Although most flounder
are caught on jigs, it's hard to beat live bait.
There are some nice flounder
in the Tyne - Tommy Tate took the longest at 40cm in the "One that got away", won by Gareth Gardiner with 12 fish for 311cm.
The United States had also orchestrated the bombing of Syria by parties uninvited by the Syrian government, including Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Israel, Germany, France and the United Kingdom, Flounders
Second was Titch Miller with two Flounders
for 1 lb 7 oz and third was Alan Rowe with one Flounder
for 14 oz.
Mr Pownall finished his questions by asking Miss Flounders
if she saw any future in "the relationship that you had".
was handed a tissue by the court clerk and she dabbed away tears after she was asked about "other women".
Allan Maskray, from Penygraig, caught three flounders
to come second with 79cm and Cardiff member Andy Kinder was third with one flounder
that measured 36cm.
The Kamchatka Flounder
was originally described by Jordan and Starks (1904) from a single specimen collected in Matsushima Bay, off northern Japan.
Runner-up was Derek Bibby (Crosby) with six flounders
for 3480 grammes and Phil Copland (Tranmere) totalled 2800 grammes.
Mass spectrometric detection of nodularin and desmethylnodularin in mussels and flounders
Another distinguishing characteristic is that the eyes of the halibut, unlike those of flounders
and soles, are on both sides of the head.
Tokyo, Japan, Jan 16, 2006 - (JCN) - The Fisheries Research Agency (FRA) has developed a method of tracing released flounders
using a DNA labeling technique.
inherited the Culmington estate in Shropshire from his uncle Gideon Bickerdike, who had intended leaving it to endow the Quaker Ackworth School near Pontefract, but changed his mind and left it to Benjamin Flounders
with pounds 200,000 in 1807.
donated 3,000 volumes to the Green Library at Stanford University.
A person who flounders
is struggling or flailing clumsily.