For the most part over the last several days, our south shoreline remains to be gin clear. There are some small areas that have dirty streaks on them. These small areas of dirty streaks are holding bait, and a handful of fish, but some of the areas I have been concentrating on are windward banks of our outside shorelines. With the passing low pressure system, our wind forecast has had lots of east in the wind. Not too strong at times, but just enough to dirty up the north
Despite the winds we were able to find a good trout bite, and ended the day with a nice Seadrift trout. We had a lot of topwater action early. Then later in the day it was Chicken of the C and Softdines. Most all our fish were caught in shin deep to knee deep water.
We still have plenty of April and May openings, come on down and get in on the action!
Capt. Nathan Beabout
Aransas Pass guide Capt. Marvin Engel has been able to grind out good catches of redfish this week despite incredibly strong spring winds. Engel reports winds in excess of 30 miles per hour at times, limiting the available fishing spots and making moving around the bay much more difficult. However, persistence has paid off as Engel has consistently been putting his clients on reds even with the strong winds. #redfish #texassaltwaterfishing #lonestarsalt #aransaspass #portaran
I don’t know if it was because the weather finally straightened up, or I settled down and went about my strategy the right way, but today was a complete turn around from the last 4 or 5.
Last last few days we have caught trout and a few reds, but not the big trout I target this time of year. As soon as we stepped out of the boat today we were getting bites, and we managed to find a few areas with no pressure on them. Landed several fish in the 3-5# range and a good number o