Galveston Fishing Report

April 6, 2017

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – Fishing has been tough the past few days with all of the recent wind however we are still catching decent bags of fish. Fishing the green water along the South shoreline produced well throughout the bayous and marsh drains. Live Shrimp under a cork has been the key to catching fish in roughly 2 feet of water for Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) and big Reds (Drum, Red). A few Bull Reds are mixed in. Look for the Shad running to find the fish. The Flounder (Flounder, Southern) bite is improving into this week. They are holding up on the reefs in the bay and Capt. Scheck expects them to improve as the weather lies down. If you are fishing out of Rollover Pass anglers are hitting Trout, Drum (Drum, Black) and Reds during an incoming tide.



BAIT REPORT – Shad are running the shorelines in the bayous and marshes. Live Bait is also in the Peninsula.


Capt. Ronnie Scheck Capt. Ronnie Scheck’s Crystalbeachfishing.com
713-906-2137
specksunlimited@gmail.com www.crystalbeachfishing.com





April 6, 2017

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In Trinity Bay Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are fair for drifters working pods of Shad and Mullet on Gulps and live Shrimp under popping corks. Trout are fair for waders on the east shoreline on topwaters in the afternoon. In East Galveston Trout are fair to good on the South shoreline on Top Pups and Gulps. Whiting (Kingfish, Southern) and Sand Trout (Seatrout, Sand) are good on the edge of the Intracoastal on fresh Shrimp. Black Drum 9Drum, Black) are fair to good in the Ship Channel on Crabs.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





March 30, 2017

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – WOW!! What a week of fishing in East Galveston Bay. It is Red Hot! With good tides and light winds most of the week, fishing was great. We had real good numbers of nice trout in the 17-24 inch range and reds in the 22-26 inch range on bay reefs and shorelines. Water is in great shape and we have schools of small Shad showing up on the reefs and the South shoreline. We are still using live Shrimp under a popping cork about 4 feet deep. The Reds (Drum, Red) are thick along the shorelines around shell coming of the salt grass. Water temp is about 68-69 degrees and the fish like it. Now is the time to come on down and hop in the boat. Fishing should just get better and better in the weeks to come. Until next week, see you on the water.






Capt. Ronnie Scheck Capt. Ronnie Scheck’s Crystalbeachfishing.com
713-906-2137
specksunlimited@gmail.com www.crystalbeachfishing.com





March 30, 2017

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In Trinity Bay Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are fair on the east shoreline while wading with soft plastics. Redfish (Drum, Red) are fair around the Spillway on Shrimp and Crabs. In East Galveston Trout are fair to good on the South shoreline on topwaters and MirrOlures. Whiting (Kingfish, Southern) and Sand Trout (Seatrout, Sand) are good on the edge of the Intracoastal on fresh Shrimp. Redfish are fair in the marsh around points on Shrimp and Gulps.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





March 22, 2017

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – It’s been a productive week throughout Bolivar and East Galveston. We had good numbers of Trout (Seatrout, Spotted), Reds (Drum, Red), and Flounder (Flounder, Southern). The South shoreline and marsh are holding nice Trout and Flounder despite the wind. Trout are running about 16-23 inches and Flounder have been up to 24 inches with a Red or two mixed in. Sizes are great overall. We are fishing live Shrimp about 2 feet deep under a popping cork close to the salt grass and cuts on mixed shell and mud. When the wind laid, the bay reefs (deep Reef, etc) were holding great numbers of bigger Trout in the 18-25 inch range using live Shrimp about 4 feet deep under a popping cork. Some Reds are also on the reefs along with some big Black Drum (Drum, Black). Water is in great shape and the fishing is heating up fast. The bank fishing bit is getting good around Rollover Pass for Reds and Black Drum. Look for fishing to get even better with good weather predicted this week, Until next week, see you on the water.






Capt. Ronnie Scheck Capt. Ronnie Scheck’s Crystalbeachfishing.com
713-906-2137
specksunlimited@gmail.com www.crystalbeachfishing.com





March 22, 2017

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – Throughout Trinity Bay Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are good for waders tossing Corkies and MirrOlures on the East shoreline. Redfish are good in the marsh on Shrimp. In East Galveston Trout are good on the South shoreline on topwaters, Corkies, MirrOlures and Catch 2000s. Whiting (Kingfish, Southern) and Sand Trout (Seatrout, Sand) are good on the edge of the Intracoastal on fresh Shrimp. Black Drum (Drum, Black) are fair to good in the Ship Channel on Crabs.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





March 15, 2017

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – Fishing for the Spring Breakers has been good. We are catching great numbers of Reds (Drum, Red) along the shorelines on shell and openings to marsh drains. The bait of choice has been live Shrimp under a popping cork about 2 feet deep. When we can get out on the bay reefs, we are finding good numbers of nice Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) from 15 to 20 inches along with some nice keeper Reds also using live Shrimp under a popping cork about 4 feet deep. The water temp is holding in the mid 60’s with the passing of the last cool front. With warmer weather forecasted, fishing should just get better. Tides are running a little low but should go to more normal levels when the SE winds return. Live bait is available along Bolivar Peninsula but, as always, calling first is a good idea. Until next week, see you on the water.



BAIT REPORT – Live bait is in the Peninsula


Capt. Ronnie Scheck Capt. Ronnie Scheck’s Crystalbeachfishing.com
713-906-2137
specksunlimited@gmail.com www.crystalbeachfishing.com





March 15, 2017

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In Trinity Bay Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are fair for drifters working pods of Shad and Mullet on MirrOlures and Corkies. Waders have taken better Trout on the shell along the east shoreline. Redfish (Drum, Red) are fair to good on shad at the spillway. Throughout East Galveston Trout are good on the south shoreline on MirrOlures and She Dogs. Whiting (Kingfish, Southern) and Sand Trout (Seatrout, Sand) are good on the edge of the Intracoastal on fresh Shrimp. Black Drum (Drum, Black) are fair to good in the Ship Channel on Crabs.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





March 9, 2017

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In Trinity Bay Trout (Seastrout, Spotted) are fair for drifters working pods of Shad and Mullet on MirrOlures and Corkies. Waders have taken better Trout on the shell along the east shoreline. Redfish (Drum, Red) are fair to good on shad at the spillway. Trout are good on the south shoreline on MirrOlures and She Dogs. Whiting (Kingfish, Southern) and Sand Trout (Seatrout, Sand) are good on the edge of the Intracoastal on fresh Shrimp. Black Drum (Drum, Black) are fair to good in the Ship Channel on Crabs. In West Galveston Trout are fair to good for drifters working shell on live Shrimp. Sheepshead, Redfish and Black Drum are good at the jetty on Shrimp and Crabs.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





March 1, 2017

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In Trinity Bay Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are fair for drifters working pods of Shad and Mullet on Bass Assassins, Gamblers and Lil Johns. Trout are fair for waders on the east shoreline on topwaters. In East Galveston Trout are good on the South shoreline on Soft-Dines, MirrOlures and soft plastics. Whiting (Kingfish, Southern) and Sand Trout (Seatrout, Sand) are good on the edge of the Intracoastal on fresh Shrimp. Black Drum (Drum, Black) are fair to good in the Ship Channel on Crabs.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





February 24, 2017

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In Trinity Bay Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are fair to good on the south shoreline on soft plastics and plugs. Black Drum (Drum, Black) and Redfish (Drum, Red) are good at Rollover Pass. In East Galveston Trout are good on the south shoreline on Soft-Dines, MirrOlures and soft plastics. Whiting (Kingfish, Southern) and Sandtrout (Seatrout, Sand) are good on the edge of the Intracoastal on fresh Shrimp. Black Drum are fair to good in the Ship Channel onCrabs.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





February 17, 2017

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – With all of the rain we expect salinity levels may be low. There was a great Speck (Seatrout, Spotted) bite prior to the storm. Generally Shrimp or Mullet will do well to hook them. We hope to see this continue into the weekend.






Sea Pony Bait & Tackle
409-296-3622





February 16, 2017

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In Trinity Bay Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are fair for drifters working deep shell on Bass Assassins, Corkies and MirrOlures. Redfish (Drum, Red) are fair at the spillway and in the marsh. Towards East Galveston Trout are fair to good on the south shoreline on Soft-Dines, MirrOlures and topwaters. Whiting (Kingfish, Southern) and Sandtrout (Seatrout, Sand) are good on the edge of the Intracoastal on fresh Shrimp. Black Drum (Drum, Black) are fair to good in the Ship Channel on Crabs.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





February 10, 2017

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – Anglers are catching Redfish (Drum, Red) this week. Some people are still hooking up on Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) as well. Shrimp or similar artificials will do well to hook them.






Bluewater Bait Camp
409-684-2248
www.bluewaterbaitcamp.com





February 10, 2017

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In Trinity Bay Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are fair to good for drifters working pods of Shad and Mullet on the east shoreline on Corkies and MirrOlures. Redfish (Drum, Red) are good at the spillway on Crabs and Mullet. In East Galveston Trout are fair while drifting deep mud and shell on plastics. Whiting (Kingfish, Southern) and Sand Trout (Seatrout, Sand) are good on the edge of the Intracoastal on fresh shrimp.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





February 1, 2017

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In Trinity Bay Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are fair good for drifters working mud and shell on Bass Assassins, Gamblers, Lil Johns and Corkies. Redfish (Drum, Red) are fair at the Spillway on crabs and shrimp. Trout are fair to good in the marsh. In East Galveston Trout are fair to good in the guts on Corkies and MirrOlures. Whiting (Kingfish, Southern) and Sandtrout (Seatrout, Sand) are good on the edge of the Intracoastal on fresh Shrimp.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





January 27, 2017

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In Trinity Bay Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are fair good for drifters working mud and shell on Bass Assassins, Gamblers, Lil Johns and Corkies. Redfish (Drum, Red) are fair at the Spillway on Crabs and Shrimp. Trout are fair to good in the marsh. Towards East Galveston Trout are fair to good in the guts on Corkies and MirrOlures. Whiting (Kingfish, Southern) and Sand Trout (Seatrout, Sand) are good on the edge of the Intracoastal on fresh shrimp.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





January 19, 2017

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In Trinity Bay Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are good for drifters working deep shell on soft plastics. Redfish (Drum, Red) are fair to good on the north shoreline on gold spoons and Gulps. In East Galveston Trout are fair to good on the south shoreline on MirrOlures and Fat Boys. Whiting (Kingfish, Southern) and Sandtrout (Seatrout, Sand) are good on the edge of the Intracoastal on fresh shrimp.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





January 11, 2017

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – Hey anglers! In order to bring you valuable, up to date content such as regulations, GPS Hotspots, and BRAND NEW features the Pro Angler App Pro Reports will be returning the week of January 16, 2017. Please feel free to take a look at last week’s reports for an idea of what’s biting or give your favorite local bait shop a shout! The Pro Angler App looks forward to bringing you lots of exciting changes as we kick off 2017!






Pro Angler Team






January 5, 2017

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – Around Trinity Bay Redfish (Drum, Red) are fair to good in the bayous for waders tossing plastics. Redfish are good at the spillway on Crabs and Mullet. Towards East Galveston Trout are fair over deep mud and structures on MirrOlures. Whiting (Kingfish, Southern) and Sand Trout (Seatrout, Sand) are good on the edge of the Intracoastal on fresh Shrimp.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





December 27, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In Trinity Bay Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are good for drifters working birds on soft plastics. Redfish (Drum, Red) are good on spoons on the north shoreline. In East Galveston Redfish and Flounder (Flounder, Southern) are fair to good in the marsh around drains on Shrimp. Trout and Redfish are good under the birds. We expect this to forecast into the holiday week. The Pro Angler Team wishes you a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. We look forward to bringing you more great reports in 2017!






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





December 22, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In Trinity Bay Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are good for drifters working birds on soft plastics. Redfish (Drum, Red) are good on spoons on the north shoreline. In East Galveston Redfish and Flounder (Flounder, Southern) are fair to good in the marsh around drains on Shrimp. Trout and Redfish are good under the birds. We expect this to forecast into the holiday week. The Pro Angler Team wishes you a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. We look forward to bringing you more great reports in 2017!






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





December 16, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In Trinity Bay Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are good for drifters working birds on soft plastics. Redfish (Drum, Red) are good on spoons on the north shoreline. In East Galveston Redfish and Flounder (Flounder, Southern) are fair to good in the marsh around drains on Shrimp. Trout and Redfish are good under the birds.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





December 9, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In Trinity Bay Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are good for drifters working deep shell. Trout are good under birds on soft plastics. Redfish (Drum, Red) are good at the Spillway on Shrimp and Gulps. In East Galveston Trout and large Gulf Trout are good for drifters working deep shell on plastics and fresh Shrimp. Redfish and Flounder (Flounder, Southern) are fair to good in the marsh around drains on Shrimp. Trout and Redfish are good under the birds.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





December 2, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In Trinity Bay Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are good for drifters working deep shell. Trout are good under birds on soft plastics. Redfish (Drum, Red) are good at the Spillway on shrimp and Gulps. In East Galveston Trout and large Gulf trout are good for drifters working deep shell on plastics and fresh Shrimp. Redfish and Flounder (Flounder, Southern) are fair to good in the marsh around drains on Shrimp. Trout and Redfish are good under the birds.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





November 24, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In Trinity Bay Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are good under the birds. Trout are good for drifters working pods of Shad and Mullet on Bass Assassins, Down South Lures and Little Johns. Redfish are good at the spillway on Crabs and Mullet. In East Galveston Trout are good under the birds. Trout are good on the south shoreline on topwaters and soft plastics. Redfish (Drum, Red) have been mixed with trout.



BAIT REPORT – Shad are running in pods.


Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





November 18, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In Trinity Bay Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are good for drifters working birds on Bass Assassins, Down South Lures and Litl’ Johns. Redfish (Drum, Red) are good on the north shoreline and up the river. In East Galveston Trout and large Gulf Trout are good for drifters working deep shell on plastics and fresh Shrimp. Redfish and Flounder (Floudner, Southern) are fair to good in the marsh around drains on shrimp.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





November 11, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In Trinity Bay Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are good for drifters working pods of Shad and Mullet on soft plastics and Gulps. Redfish (Drum, Red) are fair to good on the east shoreline on topwaters. Redfish are good in the marsh on Shrimp. In East Galveston Trout and large Gulf Trout are good for drifters working deep shell on plastics and fresh Shrimp. Redfish and Flounder are fair to good in the marsh around drains on Shrimp. Generally, the best time to fish is during a moving tide.



BAIT REPORT – Shad and Mullet are running. Look for the birds to find them.


Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





November 4, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In Trinity Bay Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are good for drifters working pods of Shad and Mullet on soft plastics. Redfish are good on live bait around the reefs and in the marsh. Tides are above normal. In Galveston East Trout and large Gulf Trout are good for drifters working deep shell on plastics and fresh Shrimp. Redfish are good in the marsh and out the mouths of drains on the falling tide. Bull Redfish are good at Rollover Pass.



BAIT REPORT – Shad and Mullet are running. Search for the birds to find them.


Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





October 28, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – InTrinity Bay Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are fair under birds and while working pods of Shad and Mullet. Redfish are good at the spillway on Crabs and Mullet. Flounder are fair around marsh drains on Gulps. Towards East Galveston Bay Trout are fair to good on the south shoreline on topwaters and soft plastics. Whiting (Kingfish, Southern) and Sand Trout (Seatrout, Sand) are good on the edge of the Intracoastal on fresh Shrimp. Gulf Trout are good in the channel on Shrimp.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





October 21, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In Trinity Bay Redfish (Drum, Red) are good on the north shoreline on gold spoons and small topwaters. Redfish are good in the marsh on shrimp. Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are fair to good around the wells on live bait and plastics. In East Galveston Trout are good over reefs while working slicks with soft plastics. Whiting (Kingfish, Southern) and Sand Trout (Seatrout, Sand) are good on the edge of the Intracoastal on fresh Shrimp. Redfish are good in the marsh on natural baits and Gulps. Tides are above normal.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





October 14, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In Trinity Bay Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are fair to good under birds on soft plastics. Redfish (Drum, Red) are fair in the marsh on Mullet and Crabs. In East Galveston Trout and large Gulf Trout are good for drifters working deep shell on plastics and fresh Shrimp. Redfish are good in the marsh and out the mouths of drains on the falling tide.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





October 14, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In Trinity Bay Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are fair to good under birds on soft plastics. Redfish (Drum, Red) are fair in the marsh on Mullet and Crabs. In East Galveston Trout and large Gulf Trout are good for drifters working deep shell on plastics and fresh Shrimp. Redfish are good in the marsh and out the mouths of drains on the falling tide.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





October 6, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In Trinity Bay Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are good for drifters working pods of Shad and Shrimp. Small Trout are good under the birds. Redfish (Drum, Red) are good at the spillway on Crabs and Mullet. Trout are fair to good under birds throughout the bay. In East Galveston Trout are fair to good under birds on the north shoreline. Whiting (Kingfish, Southern) and Sandtrout (Seatrout, Sand) are good on the edge of the Intracoastal on fresh Shrimp. Gulf trout have been caught in the channel on Shrimp.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





September 30, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In Trintiy Bay Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are fair for drifters working pods of Shad and Mullet in the middle of the bay. Redfish (Drum, Red) are good at the spillway on Crabs and Mullet. In East Galveston Trout are fair to good on the south shoreline on topwaters and soft plastics. Whiting (Kingfish, Southern) and Sand Trout (Seatrout, Sand) are good on the edge of the Intracoastal on fresh Shrimp.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





September 23, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In Trinity Bay Redfish (Drum, Red) are good on the north shoreline on gold spoons and small topwaters. Redfish are good in the marsh on shrimp. Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are fair to good around the wells on live bait. In East Galveston Trout are good over reefs while working slicks with soft plastics. Whiting (Kingfish, Southern) and Sand Trout (Seatrout, Sand) are good on the edge of the Intracoastal on fresh Shrimp. Redfish are good in the marsh on natural baits and Gulps.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





September 16, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In Trintiy Bay Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are fair for drifters working pods of Shad and Mullet on soft plastics and Gulps. Redfish (Drum, Red) are good on the north shoreline on gold spoons and small topwaters. In East Galveston Trout and Redfish are good on soft plastics while working slicks and mud boils. Whiting (Kingfish, Southern) and Sandtrout (Seatrout, Sand) are good on the edge of the Intracoastal on fresh shrimp.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





September 9, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In Trinity Bay Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are fair for drifters working pods of Shad and Mullet on soft plastics. Redfish (Drum, Red) are good along the north shoreline on gold spoons and Gulps with high tides. In East Galveston Trout are good on the south shoreline on topwaters and soft plastics. Trout are fair to good on the shell adjacent to the channel on live bait.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





September 2, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In Trinity Bay Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are fair for drifters working pods of Shad and Mullet on soft plastics. Redfish (Drum, Red) are good along the north shoreline on gold spoons and Gulps with high tides. In East Galveston Trout are good on the south shoreline on topwaters and soft plastics. Trout are fair to good on the shell adjacent to the channel on live bait.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





August 26, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In Trinity Bay Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are fair for drifters working pods of shad and Mullet around the wells. Redfish (Drum, Red) are fair to good on live bait on the North shoreline. In East Galveston Trout are fair to good on the South shoreline on topwaters and soft plastics. Trout are fair to good on the shell adjacent to the channel on live bait.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





August 19, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In Trinity Bay Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are fair around well pads on live Shrimp. Redfish (Drum, Red) are fair at the spillway on Mullet. In East Galveston Trout are good for drifters working deep shell on plastics and live bait. Trout are fair to good on the shell adjacent to the channel on live bait. To the West Sheepshead, Redfish and Black Drum (Drum, Black) are good at the jetty on Shrimp and Crabs. Trout are good in the surf on live bait and topwaters. Tarpon have been caught along the beachfront. In Texas City Trout are fair to good on the reefs and in the channel on live Shrimp and Croakers. Redfish and Sand Trout (Seatrout, Sand) are fair to good in Moses Lake on Shrimp.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





August 12, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – The reefs are holding the best fish this week. We are seeing Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) for the most part. Live Shrimp is the most productive bait to fish. Generally we are seeing more action in the early morning before temperatures get too hot outside. There may be a few Redfish (Drum, Red) mixed in. We hope to see this bite continue into the weekend.






Bluewater Bait Camp
409-684-2248
www.bluewaterbaitcamp.com





August 4, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – Flounder (Flounder, Southern) and Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are hitting in the morning. Most people are fishing the morning or the evening to avoid the heat. Croaker and Whiting (Kingfish, Southern) are turning up as well. Mid day anglers are crabbing. Sharks (Shark, Blacktip) are all over the beach. They are all keeper sizes.



BAIT REPORT – Crab and Croaker can be brought in this week.


North Jetty Bait Camp
409-684-1400





July 27, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – There has been a bit of rain recently and the beach has been hammered. The water has been dirty but is just cleaning up. Specks (Seatrout, Spotted) are coming off the beach along with some Reds (Drum, Red). Trout are also coming out of Rollover with some Flounder (Flounder, Southern). MirrOlures and small fish have worked best to hook them.



BAIT REPORT – There is a ton of Finger Mullet this week. Pogies (Menhaden) came in to the beach so the pelicans are diving for them. Find the birds, find the bait.


Sea Pony Bait & Tackle
409-296-3622





July 22, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In Trinity Bay Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are fair on deep shell on soft plastics. The bay is beginning to get saltier with the absence of runoff from Trinity River. In East Galveston Trout are good for drifters working deep shell on purple and plum Litl’ Johns, Down South Lures and Bass Assassins. Whiting (Kingfish, Southern) and Sand Trout (Seatrout, Sand) are good on the edge of the Intracoastal on fresh Shrimp. Trout are good on the Ship Channel on Croakers and plastics.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





July 15, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In Trinity Bay Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are fair on deep shell on soft plastics. The bay is beginning to get saltier with the absence of runoff from Trinity River. In East Galveston Trout are good for drifters working deep shell on purple and plum Litl’ Johns, Down South Lures and Bass Assassins. Whiting (Kingfish, Southern) and Sand Trout (Seatrout, Sand) are good on the edge of the Intracoastal on fresh Shrimp.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





July 7, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In Trinty Bay Fishing remains slow due to runoff, but the bay’s salt levels are improving. In the East Galveston Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are good for drifters working deep shell on limetreuse and plum plastics. Whiting (Kingfish, Southern) and Sand Trout (Seatrout, Sand) are good on the edge of the Intracoastal on fresh Shrimp. Trout are good on the Ship Channel on Croakers and live Shrimp.

OFFSHORE – Offshore is good for Tarpon, Kingfish (Mackerel, King), Shark (Shark, Tiger & Shark, Blue) and Ling (Cobia).




Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





June 29, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In Bolivar, Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are good on the south shoreline on Bass Assassins and Gamblers. Trout are good at Rollover Pass in the afternoon on the outgoing tide on Gulps. In Trinity Bay most of the bay remains fresh from Trinity River runoff. In East Galveston Trout are good for drifters working deep shell on limetreuse and plum Down South Lures, Lil’ Johns and Bass Assassins. Waders have fared well on topwaters.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





June 24, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – Well, last week was the best five days of fishing we have had in a row due to all of the recent rains. Bay reefs were loaded with nice Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) and we used live Croaker – just free-lining them. From Smith’s Point to French’s Reef was good fishing. We still have birds working but some fish were running just legal size. Soft plastics are going very good also. Just remember to work them slow because the bay still has fresh water on top. The same thing applies with the live baits also. If the wind stays down and stays out of the SSE, fishing will stay consistent. The areas along Bolivar Peninsula around Fort Travis is holding good numbers of Trout and Reds (Drum, Red) along the rocks. Live Shrimp has been hard to keep alive because of the freshwater run-offs. On Bolivar Peninsula, bait camps have been out of bait by 7 am every morning so call ahead before you make that run across. Water is still off-color on any tide movement. Just look for the tide lines of clear and dirty and fish those areas. Until next week, see you on the water.






Capt. Ronnie Scheck Capt. Ronnie Scheck’s Crystalbeachfishing.com

specksunlimited@gmail.com Crystalbeachfishing.com





June 17, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – Bay – Jetty fishing in Galveston bay complex and ship channel has been producing Sharks, Stingrays, Trout (Seatrout, Spotted), Reds (Drum, Red), Sheepshead and more on live Shrimp and fresh dead cut bait.

OFFSHORE – Deep Sea 30-100 miles off the coast has been producing Red Snapper (Snapper, Red), Ling (Cobia), Dorado (Dolphin), Vermillion Snapper (Snapper, Vermillion), Kings (Mackerel, King) and more on Squid, cut bait, artificial and some live piggy Perch.




Capt. Michael Short Get Hooked Charters
409-698-7112
gethookedcharters@yahoo.com gethookedfishingcharter.com





June 9, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – Summer is here and the Galveston Fishing Report is amazing. All of our fishing charters are producing great numbers of fish, and this is the time to get out on the water with us and catch a trophy. Jetty Fishing, Bays and Marshes, Deep Sea, Night Time Flounder (Flounder, Southern) jigging, and Nighttime Speckled Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) Fishing. We can do it and the fish are hungry. The past few days have been great fishing, and as summer continues. Galveston Fishing will only get better and better. With the amounts of rainfall we have had the past couple weeks, the fish have reacted to the freshwater runoff and are concentrated in areas of higher salinity. We are catching good numbers of Trophy Speckled Trout, Redfish (Drum, Red), Spanish Mackerel (Mackerel, Spanish), White Trout (Seatrout, Sand), Sheepshead, and Sharks here in Galveston.

OFFSHORE – Red Snapper (Rockfish, Vermillion) Season has opened and will continue thru mid July. If you want to get out on a Galveston Deep Sea Fishing Charter – now is the time. We are catching some Giant Red Snapper along with other species including King Mackerel (Mackerel, King), Cobia, Amberjack (Jack, Amberjack Greater), and more.




Fishing Galvestion
409-739-8526
http://www.fishinggalvestontx.com





June 3, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In the Bolivar Peninsula the Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are good on the south shoreline on plastics. Black Drum (Drum, Black), Sand Trout (Seatrout, Sand) and Redfish(Drum, Red) are good at Rollover Pass. Trout are good at Rollover Pass in the evening on the outgoing tide. Trout are good in the surf. In Trinity Bay, Freshwater continues to flow down the Trinity River. In East Galveston,Trout are good for drifters working deep shell on limetreuse and plum plastics in eight feet of water. Trout are good on the south shoreline on topwaters and live bait.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





May 26, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In the Bolivar Peninsula the Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are fair to good on the south shoreline on Bass Assassins, Gamblers and Sand Shad. Sand trout (Seatrout, Sand) are fair to good on shrimp in the Intracoastal. In Trinity Bay, Fishing remains slow due to freshwater. In East Galveston, Trout are good for drifters working deep shell on limetreuse, glow and chicken-on-a-chain Bass Assassins, Gamblers and Lil’ Johns. Trout are good in the channel on croakers. In the West Bay, Trout (Seatrout, Spotted), Sheepshead, Redfish (Drum, Red) and Drum (Drum, Black) are good at the jetty on shrimp and croakers. Redfish are good in the back lakes on Gulps. In Texas City, Trout are fair to good on the reefs and in the channel on live shrimp and croakers. Redfish and Sand Trout (Seatrout, Sand) are fair to good in Moses Lake on shrimp.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
832-385-2012
www.galvestontrophycharters.com





May 20, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In the Bolivar Peninsula the Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are fair to good on the south shoreline on Bass Assassins, Trout Killers and Sand Eels. Black Drum (Drum, Black), Sand Trout (Seatrout, Sand) and Redfish (Drum, Red) are good at Rollover Pass. In Trinity River fishing continues to be affected by freshwater runoff on the north end. In East Galveston, Trout are good on the south shoreline on MirrOlures and topwaters. Whiting (Kingfish, Southern) and Sand Trout are good on the edge of the Intracoastal on fresh Shrimp. Trout are good on deep reefs on soft plastics.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





May 12, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In the Bolivar Peninsula the Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are good on the South shoreline on Bass Assassins, Corkies, Gamblers and MirrOlures. Trout and Redfish (Drum, Red) are good at Rollover Pass on live Shrimp. In Trinity River Fishing is slow due to freshwater runoff from Trinity River. East Galveston area is holding Trout that are good for drifters working deep shell on limetreuse and plum Lil’ Johns, Gamblers, Bass Assassins and Down South Lures. Trout are good on the south shoreline on topwaters and plastics.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





May 6, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – Around Bolivar the Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are fair to good on the south shoreline on soft plastics and plugs. Black Drum (Drum, Black) and Redfish (Drum, Red) are good at Rollover Pass. In Trinity Bay, Trout and Redfish are slow due to freshwater. Around East Galveston Trout are good over deep reefs on soft plastics and topwaters. Trout are good on the south shoreline on soft plastics and topwaters. Whiting (Kingfish, Southern) and Sand Trout (Seatrout, Sand) are good on the edge of the Intracoastal on fresh Shrimp.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





April 29, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In the Bolivar Peninsula the Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are fair to good on the south shoreline on Bass Assassins, Trout Killers and Sand Eels. Black Drum (Drum, Black), Sand Trout (Seatrout, Sand) and Redfish (Drum, Red) are good at Rollover Pass on live Shrimp. The Trinity River was dumping freshwater in the bay from floods last week. East Galveston area is holding Trout are fair to good on the south shoreline on topwaters and MirrOlures. Whiting (Kingfish, Southern) and sand Trout are good on the edge of the Intracoastal on fresh Shrimp. Redfish are fair in the marsh around points on Shrimp and Gulps.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





April 22, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In the Bolivar Peninsula the Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are fair to good on the South shoreline on soft plastics and plugs. Black Drum (Drum, Black) and Redfish (Drum, Red) are good at Rollover Pass. In Trinity Bay Trout are fair over deep shell on plastics. Redfish are fair on shrimp around the Spillway. Waters are beginning to get salty again after the runoff. East Galveston area is holding Trout that are fair on the south shoreline on soft plastics and topwaters. Whiting (Kingfish, Southern) and Sand Trout (Seatrout, Sand) are good on the edge of the Intracoastal on fresh Shrimp. Trout are good over deep shell on plastics.






Texas Parks & Wildlife Department

http://tpwd.texas.gov/





April 15, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – This week provided seven good days of fishing. We went fishing Wednesday through Sunday both mornings and afternoons and had good numbers of Trout (Seatrout, Spotted), Reds (Drum, Red), and Flounder (Flounder, Gulf). Mornings were mostly calm and very productive with good numbers of fish coming from bay reefs. Lower Hannah’s and Deep Reef were hot! We fished live Shrimp under a popping cork about 3 feet deep. Some small fish were hitting but most were in the 2-3 lb. range. You just had to be patient and move around the reefs. On Saturday morning, we were on the reefs and had good boxes of fish and were in by 11:00 am. Mullet have started showing up on the reefs. We had a good trip on Saturday afternoon and caught good numbers of fish along the shoreline in the Fat Rat Pass area. Sunday morning proved too windy to fish the reefs and the water was turning off color but the south shoreline near Pepper Point was holding green water and good numbers of trout and Flounder. Flounder were running in the 18-21 inch range and most of the trout fell into the 2-3 lb. range. This next portion is less about fishing and more about safety. One day this week, we were drifting on the reefs along with a dozen or so other boats. A young man in a brand new boat (paper tags on the windshield) decided to run right through the middle of all of the boats at 40+ mph. He knocked one man off the front of his boat! While it’s true that most are very considerate when they operate their boats, there are always a few who are not and it’s those few that you have to look out for. The new week will be bringing with it (surprise) another front and potentially heavy rain and winds so you can’t really predict how the fishing is going to turn out. But, be patient. We should be nearing the end of the spring-time weather patterns and the weather will be more consistent and the fishing will be even better. Until next week, see you on the water.






Capt. Ronnie Scheck Crystal Beach Charters
713-906-2137
specksunlimited@gmail.com





April 8, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – Around the Bolivar area, Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are fair to good on the south shoreline on soft plastics and plugs. Black Drum (Drum, Black) and Redfish (Drum, Red) are good at Rollover Pass. In Trinity Bay, most of the bay continues to suffer from freshwater. East Galveston the Trout are good on the south shoreline on Catch 5s, MirrOlures and She Pups. Whiting (Kingfish, Southern) and sand trout are good on the edge of the Intracoastal on fresh shrimp. To the West Trout are fair to good for drifters working shell on live Shrimp. Trout, Sheepshead, Redfish and Black Drum are good at the jetty on Shrimp and Croakers. Redfish are good in the back lakes on Shrimp and Gulps.






Texas Parks & Wildlife Department

http://tpwd.texas.gov/





April 1, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are fair to good on the South shoreline on soft plastics and plugs. Black Drum (Drum, Black) and Redfish (Drum, Red) are good at Rollover Pass. The Trinity River continues to pump fresh water in the bay from recent rains. Most of the bay is fresh. In the East Galveston Bay, Trout are good on the south shoreline on Catch 5s, MirrOlures and Catch 2000s. Whiting (Kingfish, Southern) and Sand Trout (Seatrout, Sand) are good on the edge of the Intracoastal on fresh Shrimp. Black drum are fair to good in the Ship Channel on crabs.






Texas Parks & Wildlife Department

www.tpwd.texas.gov





March 24, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – We had an awesome Spring Break on Galveston Bay from big Redfish (Drum, Red) and Speckled Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) to giant Jack Crevelle (Jack, Crevalle), we caught just about everything that swims. We found our Redfish over heavy structure along the ship channel and used live Shrimp free lined along the structure to fool the Reds. The Speckled Trout are holding on their spring time reefs and fell to live Shrimp under a popping cork while fishing from the boat and topwater lures while wade fishing. We ran into some huge schools of Jack Crevelle in the middle of the bay and landed fish up to 50 pounds. It looks like a great spring for fishing ahead of us call 832-385-2012 or visit www.galvestontrophycharters.com






Capt. Blake Sartor Galveston Trophy Charters
832-385-2012
http://www.galvestontrophycharters.com





March 17, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – Fishing has been really good here in Galveston Texas. Plenty of Sheepshead, bull Reds (Drum, Red), slot Reds, puppy Drum and big Black Drum (Drum, Black). Anglers are using live Shrimp and live Blue Crabs. Anglers are excited for an upcoming Spring bite so check out our Fish feature which provides tons of tips and tricks to keep your lines tight.






Capt. Michael Short Get Hooked Charters
409-698-7112
gethookedcharters@yahoo.com gethookedfishingcharter.com





March 11, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – Galveston bay has lots of possibilities in March. Right now we are catching fish in several areas using many different styles of fishing. If targeting big Speckled Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) is the goal for the day we are spending our time wade fishing and throwing corky fat boys and Topwater lures like the skitter walk. For wade fishing I’m looking for places with shallow oyster reefs, grass beds, bayou drains, or mud flats. The south shoreline of both east and west bay have produced big Trout up to 8 pounds for us lately and will continue to hold fish all spring. The jetties are holding a lot of fish from Redfish (Drum, Red) to Sheepshead and Black Drum (Drum, Black) and the Trout will be showing up in greater numbers soon. I look for calm winds when heading to the jetties as it can get rough out there once the wind gets over 15 knots. We are using live Shrimp and a small weight to fish the jetties. Capt. Blake at Galveston Trophy Charters is currently booking spring and summer trips call 832-385-2012 or visit www.galvestontrophycharters.com






Capt. Blake Sartor Galveston Trophy Charters
832-385-2012
www.galvestontrophycharters.com





March 4, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – West Galveston Bay: Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are fair to good for drifters working shell on live shrimp. Waders have taken good trout in the mud and shell on topwaters and Corkies in the afternoon. Sheepshead, Redfish (Drum, Red) and Drum (Drum, Black) are good at the jetty on shrimp and crabs.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





February 26, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – West Galveston Bay: Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are fair to good for drifters working shell on live shrimp. Waders have taken good trout in the mud and shell on topwaters and Corkies in the afternoon. Sheepshead, Redfish (Drum, Red) and Drum (Drum, Black) are good at the jetty on shrimp and crabs.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





February 19, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – West Galveston Bay: Sheepshead, Redfish (Drum, Red) and Drum (Drum, Black) are good at the jetty on shrimp. Black drum are good in the channel on blue crabs. Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are fair to good for waders on the south shoreline on Corkies.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





February 10, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – In the East, Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are fair to good on the north shoreline on Corkies and MirrOlures. Whiting (Kingfish, Southern) and Sand Trout (Seatrout, Sand) are good on the edge of the Intracoastal on fresh Shrimp. On the West, Trout are fair on the mud and shell on MirrOlures and Corkies in the afternoon. Sheepshead, Redfish (Drum, Red) and Black Drum (Drum, Black) are good at the jetty on Shrimp and Crabs.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
(512) 389-4800
http://tpwd.texas.gov/





February 4, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – West Galveston Bay: Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are fair to good on the north shoreline on Corkies and MirrOlures. Whiting (Kingfish, Southern & Kingfish, Northern) and Sand Trout (Seatrout, Sand)are good on the edge of the Intracoastal on fresh shrimp.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





January 27, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – West Galveston Bay: Waders have taken Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) in the mud and shell on MirrOlures and Corkies. Sheepshead and Drum (Drum, Red & Drum, Black) are good at the jetty on shrimp and crabs.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





January 22, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – West Galveston Bay: Waders have taken good Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) in the mud and shell on topwaters and Corkies in the afternoon. Sheepsheadand Drum (Drum, Red & Drum, Black) are good at the jetty on shrimp and crabs.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





January 15, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – West Galveston Bay: Waders have taken good Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) in the mud and shell on topwaters and Corkies in the afternoon. Sheepsheadand Drum (Drum, Red & Drum, Black) are good at the jetty on shrimp and crabs.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





January 8, 2016

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – West Galveston Bay: Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are good in the mud and shell on MirrOlures and Corkies. Sheepshead, Redfish (Drum, Red) and Drum (Drum, Black) are good at the jetty on shrimp and crabs.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





December 30, 2015

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – West Galveston Bay: Trout (Seatrout, Spotted) are good in the mud and shell on MirrOlures and Corkies. Sheepshead, Drum (Drum, Red & Drum, Black) are good at the jetty on shrimp and crabs.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





December 23, 2015

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – West Galveston Bay: Trout (Seatrout, Spotted & Seatrout, Sand) are fair to good in the mud and shell on MirrOlures and Corkies. Sheepshead, Redfish (Drum, Red) and Drum (Drum, Black) are good at the jetty on shrimp and crabs.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





December 18, 2015

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – West Galveston Bay: Trout (Seatrout, Spotted & Seatrout, Sand) are fair to good in the mud and shell on MirrOlures and Corkies. Sheepshead, Redfish (Drum, Red) and Drum (Drum, Black) are good at the jetty on shrimp and crabs. Trout are good in Chocolate Bayou on shrimp.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





December 11, 2015

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – Trout (Seatrout, Sand & Seatrout, Spotted) are fair to good on the south shoreline on Corkies and MirrOlures. Whiting (Kingfish, Southern) and Sand Trout are good on the edge of the Intracoastal on fresh Shrimp. Waders have taken Trout in the mud and shell on MirrOlures and Corkies. Sheepshead, Redfish (Drum, Red) and Drum (Drum, Black) are good at the jetty on Shrimp and Crabs.






Texas Parks & Wildlife

http://tpwd.texas.gov/fishboat/fish/action/reptform1.php?water=Salt





December 4, 2015

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – West Galveston Bay: Trout (Seatrout, Spotted & Seatrout, Sand) are fair to good in the mud and shell on MirrOlures and Corkies. Sheepshead, Redfish (Drum, Red) and Drum (Drum, Black) are good at the jetty on shrimp and crabs.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
www.tpwd.texas.gov





November 26, 2015

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – East Galveston Bay: Redfish (Drum, Red) and Flounder (Flounder, Gulf) are fair to good in the marsh around drains on shrimp. Trout (Seatrout, Sand & Seatrout, Spotted) and Redfish are good under the birds and over deep shell. West Galveston Bay: Bull Redfish and Flounder are good at San Luis Pass on shrimp and shad. Sheepshead, Redfish and Drum (Drum, Black) are good at the jetty on Shrimp and Crabs.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
http://tpwd.texas.gov/





November 20, 2015

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – Bull Redfish (Drum, Red) and Flounder (Flounder, Gulf) are good at San Luis Pass on shrimp and shad. Sheepshead, Redfish and Drum (Drum, Black) are good at the jetty on shrimp and crabs.






Texas Parks & Wildlife
800-792-1112
https://tpwd.texas.gov





November 13, 2015

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – Bull Redfish (Drum, Red) and Flounder (Flounder, Gulf & Flounder, Southern) are good at San Luis Pass on shrimp and shad. Sheepshead, Redfish and Drum (Drum, Black) are good at the jetty on shrimp and crabs. Trout (Seatrout, Spotted & Seatrout, Sand) are good under the birds.






TPWD

http://tpwd.texas.gov/





November 6, 2015

Galveston Fishing Report



INSHORE – EAST GALVESTON BAY: Trout (Seatrout, Spotted & Seatrout, Sand) and large Gulf trout are good for drifters working deep shell on plastics and fresh shrimp. Redfish (Drum, Red) and flounder (Flounder, Gulf & Flounder, Southern) are fair to good in the marsh around drains on shrimp. Trout and redfish are good under the birds WEST GALVESTON BAY: Bull redfish and flounder are good at San Luis Pass on shrimp and shad. Sheepshead, redfish and black drum (Drum, Black) are good at the jetty on shrimp and crabs. Trout are good under the birds in the afternoon over deep shell.






TPWD

http://tpwd.texas.gov/





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