Outdoors Report: Flounder
BATON ROUGE - In this Outdoors Report, News 2's John Jackson hits the Big Lake in Lake Charles and explains how flounder stack-up in cuts of water twice a year.
The fall flounder migration results in some delicious dinner delicacies, whether is bakes, stuffed, grilled or fly.
Flounder numbers are spiking now for the last time until February. They'll start to move back into the marsh around Valentine's Day. For now, they're evading cold, shallow water and feeding up and heading into deep water. That makes canals leading from the marsh prime targets.
Watch the video for more information.
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