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Texas Fishing Reports


2013-04-17
10:53 AM

Galveston Spring Fishing - Fishing in Galveston has been good when the weather cooperates. Fishing along the Galveston Jetties are yielding good numbers of sheepshead, redfish, and the speckled trout are beginning to show up. The specks that we have caught are very, very nic more...
Capt. Greg Verm - Galveston Bay


2013-04-15
7:13 PM

Galveston Fishing Report - Fishing in Galveston Texas is awesome. The month of April has been phenomenal - Big Speckled Trout, Giant Redfish, Monster Black Drum, and many more species has been hitting the deck this month. The water is warming up in Galveston Bay, and the fi more...
Capt. Greg Verm - Galveston Bay


2013-03-04
12:02 PM

March is here in Galveston - Had a couple of trips this weekend with some very challenging conditions. Saturday afternoon we were greeted with extremely low, low, low water - did I mention it was low? Was not sure I could even launch the boat, but I did. The winds were very stro more...
Capt. Greg Verm - Galveston Bay


2013-02-21
8:17 AM

February Fishing in Galveston - The weather this month has been a little off. When the weather cooperates we are nailing some nice fish in the back lakes and marsh. The fish are beginning to feed on live shrimp again and as usual live mullet is working as well. Yesterday we had more...
Capt. Greg Verm - Galveston Bay


2013-01-29
8:07 AM

Giant Black Drum - Well, the black drum bite is slowly starting up here in Galveston. I have actually seen a couple monsters while gigging the shallow waters of the back bays, but the majority of these beast are staging along deep channels around structure. Our favor more...
Capt. Greg Verm - Galveston Bay


2013-01-25
8:30 AM

Galveston Bay Flounder Gigging - Gigging continues to be good in Galveston West Bay. The fish are holding on sand bottom near drains. The key is to find baitfish (mullet & mudfish) - the flounder wont be far away. We are anticipating a great February. This is usually whe more...
Capt. Greg Verm - Galveston Bay


2013-01-24
7:37 AM

Galveston Flounder Gigging & Redfish - Most of my trips lately have been our 'Fish/Gig Combos'. On these charters we fish for a few hours until dark targeting redfish, speckled trout and flounder. Once the sun goes down we put up the fishing poles, turn the fan motor on and cruise t more...
Capt. Greg Verm - Galveston Bay


2011-11-22
2:18 PM

October 2011 - Sabine Lake Fishing is great with the cool fronts still coming in from the northwest. The tides are staying low, all shrimp and bait fish are heading to the gulf. We are catching limits of speckled trout, redfish, and flounder. I am fishing north Sab more...
Capt. Randy Foreman - Sabine Lake


2011-08-14
8:53 PM

Sabine Lake August 2011 - I've been fishing the Louisiana shore line shell flats and clam shell, 2ft to 4ft water where speckled trout are feeding on mullet and shad. Also, fishing slicks with nice trout to 5 lbs on the south level and the north level walls. Best bite is inco more...
Capt. Randy Foreman - Sabine Lake


2011-05-19
9:07 AM

Lake Ray Roberts White Bass Fishing Report - May 19, 2011 Lake Ray Roberts White Bass Fishing Report Lake Ray Roberts is about 1 foot below normal level and water temperature is 71 to 73 degrees on the main lake. . The water color is lightly stained. Fishing this week is very good. Most more...
Capt. Tim Wike - Lake Ray Roberts

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Lake Ray Roberts (95)

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