Deltona, Florida USA
Joe Bielawski, Founder, Author, CEO
Saltwater Tackle & Tips.
Fluke (also known as Summer Flounder) love certain colors and the more alive the squid lure looks, the more attractive it will be to a Fluke. A specially made insert makes my squid come alive, bringing in those 'doormat fluke'. Different fishing conditions require a slight adjustment to where a rig should be attached to the line. Offset the bend of the hook to really increase your hookup ratio. Add a strip of Squid or Mackerel and a couple of Spearing to your hook and nothing will resist your rig.
For shallow water: Doormatter 3 for $10.00
The rigged Doormatter
Glow is the best all around color. I always start out with glow and then change off to other colors if necessary. Other colors to use depends on what food is presently around. When popcorn bunker are around, the white squid lures with inserts were the hot color. Pink (baby squid), followed by green/sparkle (sand eels) will also score well. Chartreuse is always a great colors.
Please place your order for this lure before June 14. After that they will not be available until August 30 as I will be out of town. Sorry for any inconvenience.
Also see my Weighted Doormatter Express for Fluke/Summer Flounder.
Fluke and Summer Flounder Custom Rigs
Super Doormatter 3 for $13.00
Doormatter for shallow water:
10.00 per 3 pack.
Super Doormatter with blade:
13.00 per 3 pack. -->
The Super Doormatter
The only thing missing from the fish you catch is the word 'doormat'. These rigs have a special cupped blade to produce that 'doormat fluke and flounder' attracting sound and flash. Glow is the best all around color. I always start out with glow and then change off to other colors if necessary. My hot pink squid following my hot pink spinner blade gets them going when all else fails. Truly a giant 'doormat' killer. Overcast days when fishing is mediocre at best, try my translucent white pearl with white blade in front of white squid lure to turn on those doormats. Green represents spearing/bait fish. Chartreuse is great for deep or turbid water.