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Thread: Flounder in Panama City, Florida


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    Flounder in Panama City, Florida

    Someone told me that the flounder should be coming in anytime in Panama City, Florida. How long will they be in for and where do you have to go and find them? How far out do you need to go? Any helpful information would be appreciated. Thanks Chuck

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    the typical pattern is any time between now & a bit before Christmas they're thick for the spawn. Pretty much any inshore site is likely to hold good numbers of them. I need to get out at least once next month for a cooler full.

    Once they disperse it'll be spotty for months.
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    Was in the Flounder tourney @ The Dive Locker this past weekend. There were plenty of fish turned in. They are steadily coming out of the bay and into the gulf. They are on most of the inshore wrecks within 10 miles of the pass.


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    hmm thats odd because i havent seen very many at all this year compared to last year this time.

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