I there could anyone tell me any-tips on fishing for flounder ?
this is spot on, they do come in at the front, so dont cast too far, and you must pay attention to your rod, because you often get just the one nod, and if you were gawping at something else you might miss it. also they can get preoccupied with one bait, especially crab in spring when they first peel.As Timney says. Be there early. They come in at the front of the tide. In an estuary they like the ground newly covered by the water. You can catch them at your feet. Match fishermen swear by maddies. When they take the hook, they often go to the bottom straight away. So you might just get one "nod" of the rod tip. They seem to like bling/spoons.
EDIT Flip beat me to it.