Texas Saltwater Fishing Fishing & Weather Reports
Updated November 15, 2019
Sabine Lake - Speckled trout and redfish are steady on the north end of the lake following the front. Trout, reds and flounder also being taken on the South End. Soft-plastic jigs and live shrimp under popping corks are best bets.
Galveston - Speckled trout and reds are good in Trinity Bay over mid-depth flats. Redfish and flounder good in back lakes of West Galveston Bay. Bull reds good around Texas City Dike. Flounder good around Seawolf Park.
Matagorda - Fishing for speckled trout is very good in East Matagorda Bay. Redfish are good in both East and West Matagorda. Flounder and black drum also good in West Bay.
Seadrift/Port O'Connor - Trout are good in the guts, channels and holes. Redfish good in the back lakes. Flounder in front of marsh drains. Some tarpon still around jetties.
Rockport - Trout good around the mid-bay reefs and deep holes. Flounder good in the guts near Estes Flats. Redfish good on Estes Flats and near St. Joe Island.
Port Aransas/Aransas Pass - Redfish schooled up along channel edges. Speckled trout and black drum good in guts, holes and over deeper flats.
Corpus Christi - Redfish good around Shamrock Cove and the Humble Channel. Trout good in Nueces Bay.
Baffin Bay - Trout good around rocks and grass. Redfish good over the flats. Flounder fishing good as well.
Port Mansfield - Trout are good over deeper flats and along edge of ICW. Redfish good over mid-depth flats. Flounder good in East Cut.
Port Isabel/South Padre - Trout good along the ICW and over deeper grass flats. Redfish good around spoil islands. Snook good in Brownsville Ship Channel.
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