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Old 06-13-2017, 02:29 PM
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Summer Flounder Article Posted

Summer flounder (fluke) can grow to more than 30 inches and weigh in excess of 20 pounds, but 1 to 3-pound fish are more common with an 8-pound fish being considered large. With current size limits most fish are released. With various hooks, baits, approaches, and release methods New Jersey's favorite flatfish can be released alive and have a chance to be caught again. To learn the best way to reduce flounder release mortality see the new feature article, "It's a Short! Release That Summer Flounder Alive For the Next Angler" on the NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife website at
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