Monday, March 15, 2010

Spring Flounder Recipes

Flounder begin biting in the spring and are a popular fish for anglers due to their value on the table. Flounder are a white, mild fish that fits into many quick and easy recipes.

In the northern part of their range on the Atlantic Coast, summer flounder are often known as fluke. Summer flounder range down to the Carolinas, while their cousins the southern flounder can be found in inshore waters from the Carolinas through the Gulf Coast.

Flounder lie on the bottom of the ocean floor and are often caught by drifting or casting live bait. As a food fish flounder are delicate and shouldn't be overcooked. Some folks prefer them to any other fish.

Read Jeffery Weeks' Recipes HERE!

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