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Old 05-06-2009, 08:45 PM
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Default RI fluke season

2009 RI Fluke Regs
RIDEM has just announced the following:

The recreational summer flounder regulations for 2009 have been decided:

21 minimum size, a 6 fish bag limit
season from June 17 through December 31

You can see a summary of all recreational regulations at the following link:

http://www.dem.ri.gov/programs/bnatres/fishwild/mfsizes.htm
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Old 06-23-2009, 02:51 PM
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Default Re: RI fluke season

I have two questions for anyone who would like to help me out. What is the difference between a Fluke and a Flounder? And what would you recommend to catch these? I use small frozen minnows as bait and have had alot of success but no keeper sizes and i was wondering if there was any other bait that i could use to help me catch a keeper. Thanks for the pointers.
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Thanks.
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And what would you recommend to catch these? I use small frozen minnows as bait and have had alot of success but no keeper sizes and i was wondering if there was any other bait that i could use to help me catch a keeper.
Flounder. Sand worms (maybe a chum log if boating)
Fluke. live killies - or a ball jig loaded with a few spearing and strips of fluke belly - even sea robbin belly.
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