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Science Name: Pseudopleuronectes americanus
Other Names: Blackback; Lemon Sole; Sea Flounder

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affatb4@aol.com | Posted: November 21, 2005

Not as plentiful as they once were on Long Island, anchor in deeper holes (5'-8')in Great South Bay. Use lightest sinker (2-4 oz.)to hit bottom. Lift sinker 2"-3" and bounce in the mud to raise little mud swirl. This attracts. Periodically raise rod tip with a firm sweep. This is when they bite. Blood/sandworms best, Clam and squid ok too. Shatter clam shells into the water to chum. Used to catch sacks full. Now, only 2 or 3.

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