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Texas Fishing Reports

9:01 AM

Galveston Fishing Report Spring Sprung and Spawning Fish - Written by: Captain Greg Verm Current Water Temperatures Eagle Point: 67.8F Galveston Causeway: 67.1F Galveston North Jetty: 66.2F San Luis Pass: 66.7F 60 Mile Buoy Offshore: 71.4F The beginning of our Galveston Spring Br more...
Capt. Greg Verm - Galveston Bay

9:51 AM

Spring Break Fishing Galveston Texas - Galveston has become the most popular Family Spring Break Destination in Texas, and for excellent reason. With water temperatures rising at the end of this month this signals lots of great things that take place year after year. Great fishing opp more...
Capt. Greg Verm - Galveston Bay

7:48 PM

Galveston Bay Fishing Report 2-11-23 - It has been pretty tough for us down here the past two weeks. We have had a couple of really cold fronts and a little too much rain. The fronts have come with some really strong winds and add in a week of the full moon, that makes it tough. Now on more...
Capt. Alan Pereyra - Galveston

12:43 PM

Galveston Bay Fishing Report 12-8-22 - Fishing in the fall months in Galveston is traditionally great. We do have to avoid the day of a cold front and the very windy days, but between the fronts especially the day before a front the fishing can be awesome. We have been catching a lot of more...
Capt. Alan Pereyra - Galveston

3:58 PM

Galveston Bay Fishing Report 5-11-22 - Fishing over the past 2-3 weeks has been pretty tough. The wind hasn't given us a chance to really stay in the areas where the fish are. We continually have to adjust to the high winds from day to day. Now when it has been decent weather, we have more...
Capt. Alan Pereyra - Galveston

10:19 AM

Gulls Working Striper All Over the Lake - Capt Steve txfishingguide.com Well looks like winter is here early. Gulls working on schooling striper all over the lake. Looks like we are in for some great striper fishing this winter on Lake Texoma. Winter is my favorite time of year for str more...
Steve Barnes - Lake Texoma

12:49 PM

Fall is Here and Striper Fishing is Heating Up on Lake Texoma - We had a great summer on Texoma this year but summer keeps dragging on. I'm ready for some fall weather and if the forecast is correct we should finally see some cooler weather next week. Fishing is still very good despite the heat but the coole more...
Steve Barnes - Lake Texoma

1:20 PM

Great Spring and Early Summer for Catching Big Striper on Texoma - Capt Steve txfishingguide.com Fishing on Lake Texoma has been an absolute slaughter this spring for big fish. Daily bag limit for striper on Texoma is 10 but only two can be 20 inches or longer and most of the fish we are catching this year are ov more...
Steve Barnes - Lake Texoma

9:53 AM

Lake Texoma striper fishing is really ramping up this spring - Lake Texoma striper fishing has really come alive this week with the arrival of spring. Big striper are on a feed frenzy getting ready to make their annual spring spawning run up the Washita and Red rivers. As the shallow waters warm fish move up more...
Steve Barnes - Lake Texoma

1:00 PM

March Means "Big" Striper on Lake Texoma - by Capt. Steve Barnes Lake Texoma Fishing Guide You know its about spring when the red birds start singing their song. March is big fish month on Texoma Big fat prespawn fish will move up out of the deep water to feed before making their annu more...
Steve Barnes - Lake Texoma

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