summer flounder

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n summer flounder flounder of eastern coast of North America
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Usage

In literature:

The Plaise, Summer Flounder, or Turbot Flounder.
"Fast Nine" by Alan Douglas
Here the flounders fed, and here in early summer their little eggs, laid in the quiet water, rose up and floated at the top.
"The Sun's Babies" by Edith Howes
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In news:

The summer flounder season closes after today's fishing.
Spadefish show up at the offshore reefs, dolphin move within sight of the beach and summer flounder flock to the nearshore ledges and.
Summer Flounder Regs Loosened .
The summer flounder season closes next Friday, while sea bass fishing resumes Sunday through Oct.14.
Summer Flounder Stock Rebounded, Feds Say.
Captains Facing Summer Flounder Closure Sunday.
The National Marine Fisheries Service is closing all commercial fishing on summer flounder effective one minute after midnight Monday.
According to NMFS, the annual catch quota for summer flounder , or fluke, has been reached.
Think deep water, high tides for summer flounder .
PORT ARTHUR — Flounder fishing slows during summer but contrary to popular belief there are still fish to be caught between the spring and fall runs.
Summer Flounder Regs Loosened.
Smoked Summer Flounder Cake with Roasted Farmers Market Vegetables.
New York officials say stocks of summer flounder have rebounded to a point they'll allow more and smaller fish to be taken this year.
"These regulation changes reflect improvements to populations of scup, black sea bass, and summer flounder".
Response to Lee R Crockett's Summer Flounder Opinion Piece, October 31, 2007.
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