Area Reports
Updated  10-24-2014



Corpus Christi Area Report  

>Humble Channel Holding Trout, Reds and Flounder

>Back Side of Baffin Bay Producing Trout

>Trout on the Drop-Off in the Land Cut


In the Humble Channel at Red Dot Pier, fishing is very good.  Redfish, Trout and Flounder are all being caught on pin perch, live mullet, Berkley Gulp, shrimp and Fishbites.  Further south down the Humble Channel, there are limits of Trout being caught along the edge of the channel.  Baffin Bay around the back side, limits of Trout and many oversized Redfish are being landed.  The Land Cut is also providing Trout along the drop-off using your trolling motor and soft plastics.

Rockport/Aransas Pass Area Report  

>Matagorda Shoreline in San Antonio Bay Hot for Reds and Drum

>Mesquite and Ayers Bays Producing Reds and Trout

>Westside of Copano Bay Good for Drum, Reds and Trout


Fishermen casting to the grassy edges of Matagorda Bay shorelines have been catching a lot of Black Drum and Redfish using big fresh dead shrimp. Mesquite and Ayers Bays have been producing some Reds and Trout while fishing the deeper ends of reefs, using Norton Sand Eels. The westside of Copano Bay, on the sandy/grassy shorelines, has been catching Drum and some Reds, using fresh dead shrimp. There are Trout over the deeper ends of oyster reefs.  Best bait is throwing sand eels.

Port O'Connor Area Report 

>Best Trout Action So Far This Year

>Shrimp Under a Popping Cork is the Ticket


The best Trout action we’ve experienced thus far in 2014 is coming from Espirutu Santo Bay over oyster shell from Port O’Connor to Seadrift.  Live shrimp rigged under a popping cork has been the best method to catch these trout. Could it all be from the opening of Cedar Bayou? Could it be from all the rain fall this Fall?


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