Fished my normal spots along the piers and bulkheads in 3-5ft of water with no success. Finally hooked a decent flounder on the downstream side of a bulkhead, but lost the fish due to a terrible hook set. Fished several more spots with good tide movement and no bites. Made my way out to the marsh and fished the drains with no success.
Tide started to change to strong incoming around 5:00pm so I anchored up and started fan casting along a rocky shoreline. Changed tactics and fished way up in the flooded rocks in 1-2ft of water and caught my first fish of the day. Hooked and lost another fish in that spot. Moved to a new shoreline and fished way up in the rocks and caught another flounder and missed two more. Same tactic at my last spot and lost another big fish but landed a huge 21.5" flounder.
Ended up with 3 keepers but could have had a limit. Lost so many fish since I was rigged weedless and the larger poagie gulp did not allow for a proper hookset.