Flounder is certainly one of the most popular species of inshore saltwater fish during the summer months. Some anglers go to extremes to make a good flounder catch, while others work the basics and keep the process simple. By keeping it simple, they believe the overall the process is more enjoyable and the end result just as good or better.
As the days become longer, the process of photoperiod takes hold stimulating more hormonal growth for bucks. More available sunlight allows changes to unfold with a bucks pituitary gland, producing hormones that significantly contribute to bone and tissue growth. Other natural works play into antler development as well.
Meandering through century-old cypress and tupelo swamps, the tea-colored waters of the picturesque Lumber River swiftly glide from its headwaters in the sandhills of North Carolina to its confluence with the Little Pee Dee River across the South Carolina line.