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Coastal fishermen sometimes prefer the striking technique to catch flounder. Often called gigging or spearing, striking requires a long-handled, pronged gig and a flashlight and generally yields more success at low tide on dark, calm nights
Some of North Carolina's top fishing guides, including fishing boat captains Eddie Stuart, Fisher Culbreth, Wayne Freeman, and Jimmy Price, give their suggestions for catching flounder. Marsh also includes the new flounder fishing regulations.