Area Reports
Updated  9-26-2014

 

 

Corpus Christi Area Report  

>Red Dot Pier is Hot

>Packery Channel Producing Good Redfish

>Land Cut Holding Trout and Reds

 

The Red Dot Pier on the Humble Channel report that fishing has been great.  Fishermen are catching Trout from 16” to 29” along with Redfish from 22” to 36”.  Flounder in the 13” to 25” range are also being caught.  A few Black Drum are being caught as well.  Most fishermen are catching the Reds on shrimp, perch, mullet and crab while the Trout have been caught on shrimp and lures.    Packery Channel is producing good Redfish during the Reds migration to the Gulf.  The ICW is holding a good number of Trout with soft plastics working well.  The Land Cut has Trout and Redfish while working along the drop-offs and the best bait is soft plastics.  The tides are really high now and the fish are scattered all over.

Rockport/Aransas Pass Area Report  

>Shell Reefs in Copano Producing Trout

>Estes Flats Good for Reds and Trout

>Mesquite to Spaulding Byte Holding Reds and Drum

 

Shell reefs in Copano Bay have been good for Trout.  There are a lot of under sized, using piggies, live shrimp and Norton Sand Eels. Estes Flats has been producing Redfish on cut bait and gold spoons while drifting.  Fishermen are also picking up scattered Trout. The reefs from Mesquite to Spaulding have had good numbers of Black Drum and Reds for anglers using fresh dead shrimp, live shrimp, cut bait and crab.

Port O'Connor Area Report 

>Huge Turnaround in Seadrift Area

>Schools of Redfish in the Bays

>Area Lakes Have Solid Trout Action

 

Seadrift area has shown a huge turn around since the last issue came out, especially for catching Trout in the 8 to 9 pound class. Redfish action also heated up with huge schools of brute Reds near the Hynes, Mission and San Antonio Bay regions. The best bait of choice for these Reds is cut crab fished on the bottom. Top water lures in bone color have been responsible for solid Trout action in area lakes. Fishermen should see a huge push of water levels during the next two weeks

 



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