Area Reports
Updated  7-11-2014

 

 

Corpus Christi Area Report  

>Speckled Trout, Reds and Flounder at Red Dot Pier

>King Ranch Shoreline is Hot

>Land Cut Respectable for Trout, Reds and Drum

 

Fishermen at the Humble Channel and Red Dot Pier are reporting good catches of Speckled Trout on live shrimp and lures as well as Redfish and lots of Flounder.  The Laguna Madre is also good for Trout along the King Ranch Shoreline.  Baffin Bay is producing Specks and Reds on the shorelines.  Reports from the Land Cut are that fishermen there are catching Trout and Reds along with Black Drum along the drop-offs.  Most are being caught on shrimp or croaker. 

Rockport/Aransas Pass Area Report  

>Traylor Island Producing Good Catches of Trout

>Estes Flats Good for Reds and Bigger Trout

>Copano Bay Pretty Consistent for Trout

 

Fishing along the break of Traylor Island while free lining live croakers has been producing good numbers of trout and occasionally a Redfish or two. Estes Flats has had some good numbers of Reds coming from using live finger mullet and double piggies, fished in the sand pockets. Drifting with live shrimp has produced Trout, Reds and Drum. Copano Bay has gotten fairly consistent with live croaker for Trout, on the deeper ends of shell reefs as well as wading the grassy and sandy shorelines.

Port O'Connor Area Report 

>High Winds Taking a Toll

>Trout Fishing Still On

>Redfish Action Heating Up

 

Bay fishing over shell oyster reefs took a hit the last week of June due to extreme day-to-day winds gusting to 25 mph. Tides are really starting to stack in the back country of Matagorda Island region, mostly because of the southeast winds. Specked trout fishing was on par for June until the winds took over, but catching trout remains hopeful for early July once Mother Nature gives us a break. Redfish action heated up over soft mud and grass, especially in Power Lake for anglers using live croaker and wade fishing. Flounder gigging has been slow due to extreme high winds.

 



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