Texas Coastal JustGoFishing Reports
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10/26/2011, Captain John Little, Baffin Bay, Baffin Badlands, Live Bait:
Reds and Trout are being caught at the mouth of Baffin Drifting the back side of the Badlands with Live Shrimp under a poppin cork. Tons of smaller trout are hungry and seem to be hittin anything that you throw out to em. Just be patient and cull through em and you will find the keepers! See ya on the water, Capt. John Little
10/20/2011, Bay Grinder, Upper Laguna Madre, King Ranch Shoreline, Live Bait:
North wind transitioning to East wind. Trout and Redfish, Catching trout and occasional redfish on fat boys.
9/19/2011, Captain George Garza, Baffin Bay, Baffin Bay, Live Bait:
The Hunt for Reds in October has started early this Month. We are slamming Reds on Topwaters and Spoons every other throw. Speckled trout are still biting. Flounder are still biting if you anchor near the drop off in the main channel. Look for Sandy clear areas and throw gulps in the middle of the sandy spots. See ya on the Water. Captain George Garza
9/12/2011, Captain George Garza, Baffin Bay, Baffin Bay, Live Bait:
With light to moderate winds, small top-waters have been the ticket. We’ve been throwing Super-Spook Jr’s early in the morning for Redfish and Speckled Trout. Later in the day, use a DOA Shrimp or Gulp Shrimp under a Cajun Thunder float for Speckled Trout and Bull Reds. There has been 2-3 Bull Reds tagged on every trip last week. We’re starting to see a large number of Redfish schooling up in the Baffin Bay area. Artificial Baits have been out-fishing Live bait. Good Luck & See ya on the water, Capt George
8/28/2011, Captain George Garza, Upper Laguna Madre, Boat Hole, Live Bait:
Despite the unusual west winds, it has been easy to spot big schools of Redfish. Waders have been doing well wading along side spoil islands throwing gold spoons at them. Speckled Trout have been somewhat small, but still pulling a few keepers on soft plastics. The Boat Hole has an abundant amount of Redfish if drifting in the flats. Dead Shrimp on a jig-head works great on these beasts. Dress cool and make sure to use Sun block, Its hot out there.
8/2/2011, Captain George Garza, Gulf of Mexico, Packery Channel, Live Bait:
The past few days have been incredible catching all sorts of fish. Just about everywhere we go, we are catching fish in great numbers. Packery Channel Jetty (South-Side) is good right now in the early morning and late afternoon for Redfish, Spanish mackerel and Kingfish with an occasional Black-Tip Shark here and there. The Surf (South of Bob Hall Pier to Big Shell) is holding some tide runner Speckled Trout with a few Sharks in between. Pure Oil Channel is holding some Redfish, Black Drum and Speckled Trout closer to the KRS Dock. Early morning Kayakers are catching limits of Speckled Trout
7/19/2011, Captain George Garza, Upper Laguna Madre, King Ranch Shoreline, Live Bait:
Sunny - Hot, Redfish and Speckled Trout, With over six tournaments going on at the same time, we were able to find fish and start filling up the box within 10 minutes of our first stop. I have seen this pattern before where the fish are striking at the float rather than the baits. I immediately switched to a top-water bait with excellent results. Large schools of oversized Redfish are schooling up on the King Ranch Shoreline near the Pure Oil Docks. Slot Speckled Trout can be found near grassy bottoms. Use soft plastics for them. Early Morning Top-water baits are producing Reds and Trout. Don’t pass over fishing the beach.
7/10/2011, Captain George Garza, Baffin Bay, Baffin Bay, Live Bait:
On day 1, I took my San Antonio clients to Baffin Bay in the afternoon. We threw artificials plastics the first day and managed to get our limits of Speckled Trout. Day 2 Early Morning trip Lots of boat Traffic. We took four dozen croaker and got three limits of trout in a matter of hours. The Trout are hungry. We barely just got to the meadows and drifted a few minutes and were right in them. The Surf is turning on as well. Use topwaters in the surf for Big Trout and what ever mystery fish you might get as well. Good Luck, Capt. George
6/20/2011, Captain George Garza, Upper Laguna Madre, Fishing Spots, Live Bait:
I had a nice Fathers Day weekend fishing the Upper Laguna Madre with my Clients. Speckled Trout and Redfish are numerous at every stop we fished at. Deadman’s hole, Packery Flats, and Shamrock Cove lakes are just a few stops we hit on Saturday with and an Ice chest full of fish. Use Storm Shads under a rattling float for trout and a Gold spoon for Redfish. Sunday, we almost filled up the box again, but fishing further South closer to Bird Island and the Meadows. Good luck, Captain George
6/13/2011, Captain George Garza, Upper Laguna Madre, King Ranch Shoreline, Live Bait:
Summer is here, and so are the fish. We’ve been have immense success catching Speckled Trout, Redfish, and a few black drum. With light winds, start off throwing soft plastics for Speckled Trout. Work weedlines in waters 3’ to 4’ in depth. Try Emmords Hole or King Ranch Shoreline passed Pure oil Channel. Dead Mans Hole is holding lots of Redfish and Trout as well. Pita Island and the surrounding spoils are holding some nice sized Trout for the Kayakers. Good Luck, Capt. George
6/1/2011, Captain John Little, Upper Laguna Madre, King Ranch Shoreline, Live Bait:
The trout and Reds are biting great! You wont need to go far for Trout if you are using live croaker just hit any grass line or sand pocket from Emmords hole to Pita Island and you will catch them! Nice Redfish have been schooled up close near Pure oil Channel also. Good luck! See ya on the water, Capt. John
5/20/2011, Captain George Garza, Baffin Bay, Baffin Bay, Live Bait:
Windy and cloudy some drizzle, Speckled Trout and Redfish, We have been out with clients all weekend just slaying the Reds and Trout. Like Shrimp has been working great for us along with some soft plastics and spoons. Wind is keeping us near the Meadows and Yarbarough Pass Area and the land cut. The wind is brutal!
4/26/2011, Captain George Garza, Upper Laguna Madre, Other, Live Bait:
Windy 25 MPH + Water – Clear Speckled Trout and Redfish, Fishing Report for April 21 thru the 24 Tackle - Cajon Thunder Popping Float 24” length Shock Leader, spit shot 4 inches above a treble hook. I hate to sound like a broken record, but we haven’t done anything different and were still catching fish. Were drifting the back bays on Padre Island in about 3 feet of water. The wind assisted cast help for distance in casting. Live Shrimp has been the ticket all week. Plastics and topwaters are still slow. Several trout are 18-24” and Reds are abundant. Good L
4/19/2011, Captain George Garza, Upper Laguna Madre, Fishing Spots, Live Bait:
Windy Conditions Specked Trout and Redfish We are drifting the Back Bay side of Dead-Mans Hole, Bird Island and the Meadows. Use Live shrimp or Berkley Gulps (3” New Penny) under a Cajon Thunder popping float for good results for Specks and Reds. The topwater bite is good to average early mornings while soft plastic are working well throughout the day. Nice sized speckled trout in the 18” to 24” in great numbers. Good Luck, Capt. George
3/18/2011, Captain George Garza, Upper Laguna Madre, Pure Oil Channel, Live Bait:
Windy, Partly Cloudy, Redfish, Speckled Trout, Black Drum, We’ve been doing exceptional; catching fish all this Spring-Break week. We’ve been drifting the Meadows and pure-oil channel with some spectacular catches on Redfish, Speckled Trout, and Black Drum. Thursday, we had about 100 lbs of fish in the box. Were using Cajun Thunder popping-corks with live shrimp and power bait plastics. I hope the fishing holds up with this upcoming full moon. The wind hasn’t been too bad drifting behind Padre Island. Good luck, Capt. George
3/14/2011, Captain George Garza, Upper Laguna Madre, 9 Mile Hole, Live Bait:
I don’t know if it was the earthquake that had the fish all stirred up but, we’ve been catching all our fishing in the (stirred up) cloudy water. The water in the bay is beautiful but then you see patches of cloudy water in some areas. We drifted towards that cloudy water and the fish were there. We released over 2 limits of keeper specks and Reds. Use live shrimp or plastics under a Cajon Thunder popping float for best results. Topwater bite is still slow. Good Luck, Capt George
2/27/2011, Captain George Garza, Upper Laguna Madre, King Ranch Shoreline, Live Bait:
Fishing has picked up tremendously!! Speckled Trout, Redfish and Black Drum are actively feeding from KRS to many of the local piers. We’ve been using topwaters for Reds and Trout. Carolina Rigs or Dead shrimp on a jig-head are working well for Black Drum. We have started our spring season for Guided Trips so, keep looking for weekly reports.
2/22/2011, Captain Scott Mccune, Aransas Bay, Redfish Bay, Live Bait:
South Wind 25, Water Temp 70, Cloudy, Trout and Redfish, The bite has been very good...there are still a lot of fish that are not eating. however if you keep moving around your normal fishing areas you will find a group of fish that are hungry. The Trout are in deeper water still and they are hungry...there are a lot of small ones but some keepers in the mix. We have been able to catch a few really nice Black Drum too! I have been catching most of my fish with Shrimp and/or DOA under a poping cork!
2/22/2011, Captain John Little, Fresh Water, Other, Live Bait:
We took a break from the saltwater and hit the Guadalupe River for some Catfishin! We had 10 Blue Cats all over 5 lbs with the biggest at 12 lbs. We caught them on cut mullet using limb lines about 25 minutes north of IH35. The bite was a little slow but the fish that were biting were all big cats! Good Luck! See ya on the water, Capt John
1/27/2011, Captain George Garza, Upper Laguna Madre, King Ranch Shoreline, Live Bait:
The Redfish and Black Drum Bite is still on. Were catching Slot Reds and Black drum on Live Shrimp and Cut Mullet. The Flounder bite is Alive and Well on plastics. Speckled trout bite is slow , but will pick up in a few days. See ya on the water, Captain George
1/19/2011, Capt. Scott McCune, Redfish Bay, Aransas Bay, Live Bait:
It has been Cold...but warming up now! Redfish and Trout, The bite has been slow...it has taken some time to find fish that will eat after the Tornado...using fresh dead shrimp has been the better bait...live shrimp is VERY hard to find but should be getting better now...until the next bad front comes in...the good news is I'm seeing a lot of fish...they will eat soon!
1/11/2011, Captain George Garza, Upper Laguna Madre, King Ranch Shoreline, Live Bait:
Speckled Trout and Redfish are stacked up along the King Ranch Shoreline just North of Pure Oil Channel. Live Shrimp under an Alemeda is producing a mixture or Reds, Trout and Black Drum. We are catching Flounder just east of the Humble Channel. The Surf is producing Black Drum, Reds, and nice sized Pompano South of Marker 15 at PINS. Good Luck and Happy New Year!
1/11/2011, Captain John Little, Lower Laguna Madre, King Ranch Shoreline, Live Bait:
Fish are bitin great! Target grass lines along the King Ranch Shoreline just south of Emmords Hole. Drift Fish using Berkley Gulp 3" Shrimp under an Alameda Rig or Wade fish using a Red Shad Norton Sand eel. The Trout and Redfish are stacked up along the shoreline and very hungry!! Good luck! See ya on the water, Capt. John
12/19/2010, Captain George Garza, Oso Bay, Other, Live Bait:
With lower than usual tides, we’ve been Kayaking by the Texas A&M University side of the OSO catching some nice Speckled Trout, Black Drum and Flounder on Artificials. DOA shrimp has been the ticket soaked in old shrimp juice. Sounds gross but it works. See ya on the water, Capt. George
12/12/2010, Capt George Garza, Upper Laguna Madre, Boat Hole, Live Bait:
Flounder are starting to show up in the boat hole. Several 16" thru 18" flounder caught on red plastic with white tale. Upon filleting of the flounder, they all had recently fed on finger mullet. Several Trout being caught on just about any plastic you throw at them. Good Luck, Captain George
12/3/2010, Captain George Garza, Upper Laguna Madre, King Ranch Shoreline, Live Bait:
Speckled Trout, Redfish, Flounder and Black Drum bite is on. King Ranch Shoreline is holding some keeper Specks and Reds. Packery Channel is good for Redfish and Black Drum. If you can find live mullet, the Redfish are Craving it. We’ve been fishing with plastics. Pink Corkey Fatboy has been doing the trick for us. See you on the water, Captain George
11/24/2010, Captain Scott McCune, Aransas Bay, Redfish Bay, Live Bait:
Duck hunting season so please look to see if decoys are out, if so more than likely someone will be hunting so stay at least 400 yards away as a courtesy. I’d also like to mention that you should not hunt other people’s blinds without their permission, Most good locations have been established by guides years ago and is cheap to hire a non-guided hunt. We are going to have an Arctic Cold Front coming in Thursday night, so you can expect the tide to be rolling out with the north wind. Look for those deep pockets in the flats especially because the water temperature should drop. If it is windy try dead shrimp or live shrimp with their head squeezed off and put it on a jig head. When it is not windy live mullet may be the ticket. On the last note Shrimp and popping cork has been working very well, when I hook up to a good fish I power pole down and catch a fish or two more quickly then I move on. Tight Lines! Capt. Scott McCune
11/23/2010, Captain George Garza, Corpus Christi Bay, Deadman's Fishing Hole, Live Bait:
I have always said “More wind = more fish” With the wind whipping up in the 25 + MPH, this is a great time to wadefish. The wind covers and conceals your movement and gives you the element of disguise. With wind assisted casts, you can cover more area if throwing a surface plug or a soft plastic. The more noise your lure makes; the better. With this cold front approaching us and a waning full moon, fish are going to go into a feeding frenzy. Dead Man’s hole is an excellent place to try these techniques. I have always had good luck in mid to late November for Reds, Trout and Black Drum.
11/23/2010, Captain John Little, Baffin Bay, Tide Gauge Bar at Baffin Bay, Live Bait:
Trout, Redfish, Black Drum and Sheepshead are all over around the Tide Gauge Bar in Baffin! Work the slicks early for Trout then as the day progresses watch for Redfish chasing mullet along grass lines. The black Drum and Sheepshead seemed to be scattered amongst both Trout and Reds. Use an Alameda Rig with live shrimp or if you prefer artificial bait try a 1/8th oz DOA Glow Shrimp under the Alameda or Gulp Shrimp in the molting color. Good Luck! See ya on the water! Capt. John
11/15/2010, Captain George Garza, Upper Laguna Madre, Emmords Hole, Live Bait:
Speckled Trout, Flounder, Redfish and Black Drum are plentiful. Try Emmords early morning with live shrimp and an alameda rattling float for Trout and Redfish. Try Packery Channel flats from Black Drum, Flounder and Redfish. We’ve been nailing them there in the cold weather. Also try Kate’s Hole and Deadman’s Hole for Black drum. Use dead shrimp on a jig-head and throw 3 feet in front of them as the schools come towards you and hold on!. Make sure you use a shock leader.
11/4/2010, Captain George Garza, Upper Laguna Madre, Other, Live Bait:
Redfish are still plentiful in the Bays, Surf, and Piers. A number of good sized Speckled Trout in the 20 + range are starting to show up. Hopefully after this Low Pressure leaves us, we will be able to go back and see where the fish are. We’ve been having great luck just about anywhere we stop and fish. A good spot for Trout, Redfish and Flounder in the winter time is Humble Channel on the Boat Hole side. Remember that the Limit for Flounder you can have in November is 2 flounder daily bag limit. The Black Drum Run should start soon. Tight Lines, Capt. George
11/3/2010, Captain John Little, Upper Laguna Madre, Deadman's Fishing Hole, Live Bait:
Redfish and Trout are biting great here close. Use a drift anchor and do long drifts around Dead Mans, Kates and Boat Hole. Use an Alameda rig then hook a live shrimp just under the horn and start catchin!!! Nice Black Drum are hangin out in Kates Hole also... They are in the 10lb range so Hold on to them rods tight and Good Luck!! See ya on the water! Capt. John Little
10/12/2010, Captain George Garza, Upper Laguna Madre, Baffin Bay, Live Bait:
This weekend was unbelievable. Redfish, Redfish, and More Redfish! We were using live finger mullet and Norton sand eels and just having a blast! From North Nighthawk to The Meadows. Just about anywhere we stopped and fished the Reds were thick! Reports also showing the Surf is Hot right now for Big Speckled Trout, Reds, Mackerel, and Sharks. Flounder are starting to show up and the Jetties. See you out on the water, Captain George
9/22/2010, Captain Scott McCune, Aransas Bay, Aransas Bay, Live Bait:
Rain, Trout and Redfish, Fishing Report, how about a rain report! I was able to get out a few times this past weekend and I was pleasantly surprised to be able to catch fish rather easily. I was still fishing flats with grass and sand pockets, this pattern should hold true for any area you fish like this. I did use shrimp and popping cork for one quick trip and we caught a lot of fish that way, most of them were small but we were able to get some nice Trout and Redfish on it too! Before this little experiment the fish seemed to like croaker the best with a fish or two coming from a popping cork and piggy. It was difficult to see the sand pockets the last couple of trips so using croaker and piggy and popping cork just help keep the bait out of the grass. Tight Lines! Fish More, Live Longer! Capt. Scott McCune
9/21/2010, Captain John Little, Gulf of Mexico, Fishing Spots, Live Bait:
The Padre Island National Seashore has been great fishing. The beach is very easy to drive on due to recent rains so even if you don't have a 4x4 you can get pretty far down the beach. The Redfish "No Bulls yet" are biting great in the first gut on fresh cut mullet. We hooked a 6' tarpon while trolling the water color change about 500yds off the beach using a 4oz. deadly dudley squid jig. She threw the jig when she jumped tho... We even caught a nice 4' Blacktip shark in the second gut using a fresh dead whole mullet!! Good luck and see ya on the water!!
9/15/2010, Captain George Garza, Upper Laguna Madre, Emmords Hole, Live Bait:
Lots of undersized Rat Reds and Dink Trout. Few Bigger reds being caught South of Bird Island near the Meadows and North Nighthawk bay on silver spoons and Top-waters. Early and late afternoons. Dodge stray showers. The bigger Reds should start showing up by the end of this month. Trout are tearing up plastics like crazy; too bad they are all small.
9/10/2010, Captain Michael Angell, Upper Laguna Madre, Boat Hole, Live Bait:
Redfish, Trout, Drift Fishing With Popping cork And Live Shrimp Has Been Working Good For Redfish. Free Lining Shrimp On Edges Of Crash Channels For Redfish And Trout. Late Evening Has Been Good For Redfish Along The ICW.
9/1/2010, Captain Scott McCune, Aransas Bay, Redfish Bay, Live Bait:
Trout and Redfish, Traylor and Lydia Ann have Trout, you will have to make a lot of stops and get the onesy twosys. When the tide is running hard the Lydia Ann is difficult to fish. There are still Redfish in the flats on the edge of deeper holes, especially because of the traffic on this up coming Labor day weekend!
8/31/2010, Captain John Little, Baffin Bay, Baffin Bay, Live Bait:
The Trout bite has been slow but steady over the past few weeks around the rocks in baffin. I have seen a 28"er and one nice 31"er but they were very skinny fish... Try around the tide Gauge Bar wade fishin with live croaker or if you prefer artificial use a top water, "Skitter Walk" up shallow early. Target working bait fish along grass lines and you should snag a few. Good Luck and We'll See Ya on the water!!!
8/31/2010, Captain Michael Angell, Upper Laguna Madre, Other, Live Bait:
Light winds, water off color, temp 88, Redfish have been good on both side of ICW,From Corpus Christi Bay to Bird Island free lining shrimp has worked good for me, Croaker and piggy perch good on grass lines on King Ranch Shore line.
8/26/2010, Captain George Garza, Upper Laguna Madre, Baffin Bay, Live Bait:
With the full moon upon us, Redfish have been plentiful in the evenings. I have been throwing a ¼ oz Johnson Sprite silver spoon with good results. I also have been having luck on a DOA shrimp for Speckled Trout. The Bull Reds are migrating in the Upper Laguna Madre. Use a piece cut crab, live finger mullet, or cut skipjack on a Carolina rig and wait for the pull. Good Luck, Capt. George
8/18/2010, Captain Scott McCune, Redfish Bay, Aransas Bay, Live Bait:
Redfish and Trout, Fishing has been very inconsistent for most people, one day you have the gold mine…next you get the shaft. The primary reason is the wind, when we are fishing on a trout pattern for days then we wake up in the morning and have to fish the flats for Redfish…with everyone else…it’s kinda like low tide instead of fish getting concentrated the boats do. I have been able to find Redfish everyday, but sometimes it takes a lot of work. Look for the deeper water fish on the edge of the flats, that’s where they go when they get nervous or when the water gets hot. Quarantine shoreline or Hog island.
8/18/2010, Capt. John Little, Baffin Bay, Land Cut, Live Bait:
Nice quality Trout continue to bite well in the Land Cut using live croaker for bait. Fish the west bank past Marker 9. Target areas with lots of mullet working and any other bait working. A few Reds have been caught using mullet in the cuts running east and west off of the Land Cut. Good luck! See ya on the water, Capt. John
8/10/2010, Captain George Garza, Baffin Bay, Baffin Badlands, Live Bait:
Light Wind and lower tides in the afternoon have forced fish into deeper guts and grassy bottoms. We have been catching a number of Speckled Trout, Redfish and Black Drum on top-waters, plastic, and Live Shrimp. Baffin Bay is Hot in more ways than one. Try Tide Gauge in the early mornings for Trout and Redfish. I been fishing The Bad Lands and doing well. Bird Island is holding some Nice sized Black Drum and Trout on Live Shrimp in the evenings. I have been getting some sweet explosive Top-Water action closer to the east end of the mouth of Baffin Bay. Reds want ¼ oz silver spoons.
8/3/2010, Captain George Garza, Baffin Bay, Baffin Badlands, Live Bait:
I think we just lost a State Record Speckled Trout. We were out in the boat when my friend Jimmy Z hooked on to what looked like A State Record Speck. I was on the Standing Platform Watching the whole thing. She ran for 30 or more seconds, tearing out drag like he was hooked on to the back of a bus. Then she came up out of the water, shook her head and spit the hook out, but when she came out of the water, I managed to take a good look at her and her head was enormous. In all my years of fishing I had never seen a Speckled Trout that big.
7/16/2010, Captain John Little, Upper Laguna Madre, King Ranch Shoreline, Live Bait:
The trout are biting good on grass lines south of bird island basin on the King Ranch Shoreline in 7 foot of water. Use a 4/0 Kahle hook on a 30lb fluorocarbon leader and a 1/8oz barrel weight. Hook a live croaker through the eyes and toss it out to the edge of the grass line and HOLD ON!! The trout should pick it up pretty quick.. if not just move down the grass line 50yds or so and try again until you get in them. Good Luck and See ya on the water! Capt. John
7/12/2010, Captain George Garza, Upper Laguna Madre, Baffin Bay, Live Bait:
With light winds this past Saturday, we managed to get some nice sized speckled trout near the mouth of Baffin Bay. We were using Live shrimp under a TTF Rattling Float. We saw several Black Drum in Large Schools, but they weren't hungry. Water is about 2 - 3 feet above normal. We been fishing between 2 and 3 feet of water with good results. Plastic (Storm Shads) are working good for trout as well.
7/6/2010, Captain George Garza, Upper Laguna Madre, Other, Live Bait:
Fished with clients all weekend long using Live Shrimp under a Alemeda rattling float. Because of strong winds, we managed to stay close and fish protected areas from the wind and managed to get a bounty of fish. We were mainly fishing 2 feet of water because the tides are up about a foot. My clients did an excellent job hooking on to some nice Reds, Black Drum, and Trout drifting the flats of Laguna Shores Road and and Dead Man's Hole.
7/6/2010, Captain John Little, Fresh Water, Other, Live Bait:
During the Fourth of July weekend I took the family and some friends to Mathis Lake for some fresh water cat fishing. We ran limb lines and some jug lines on Saturday and caught 22 catfish. We were using Zote soap and cut beef heart for bait. We were fishing in 2'-10' of water. All catfish weighed from 1-3lbs and were perfect eating size!! See Ya On the Water, Capt John
6/30/2010, Captain Scott McCune, Aransas Bay, Aransas Bay, Live Bait:
Windy, Redfish and Trout, Well the wind has been blowing! I've used Piggies from Crabman and put them under a Cajun Thunder with a leader that keeps them above the grass, it works! I use a smaller 1/0 or 2/o hook because the piggies are real small right now...but they work! Tight Lines! Capt. Scott McCune FISHNTEXAS.COM
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