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    So, Me and a buddy just got a boat that finally we can fish out front with. My question is( with out spot burning I guess) other then the ac reef and oc reef is there any particular spots I should be looking up to do some flounder fishing. I know it’s a dumb question but gotta start some where. Thanks in advance

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    Get a chart try to look for the uneven bottom on your FF or some type of structure humps , lumps or holes and a decent drift is a deff. plus also just because you see a fleet of boats doesn't mean at the time that's where the only bite is. If you swing by a group of boats i make a habit to watch the other boats nets flying , bent rods but also look to see if there are people sitting down usually not a good indicator unless there's no drift.
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    HomePortCharts will definitely steer you in the right direction.

    Out of OC, you'd probably be interested most in NJ Charts #2, #10, #20, but look at them all and see what areas are of most interest to you.

    I'd also highly recommend the Navionics WebApp (https://webapp.navionics.com/) and one that I just found this morning, actually, called WaterWayGuide (https://www.waterwayguide.com/explorer).

    Wrecks, 'Fish Havens' (the reef sites), Shoals, and ledges should be the spots you're looking to primarily target.

    Congrats on the new boat and good luck!
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