Area Reports
Updated  9-12-2014



Corpus Christi Area Report  

>Packery Channel is Hot

>Red Dot Pier Has Trout, Reds, Drum and Flounder

>Land Cut is Good


Fishing along the Packery Channel has been hot with catches of Trout and Redfish by fishermen using live finger mullet.  The Humble Channel at Red Dot Pier has been productive for Trout, Reds and Black Drum with a few Flounder.  The baits that are working are shrimp, perch, Fishbites and lures.  Reports of fishing down south have been slow because of the lack of anglers on the water.  But the folks that are going south are catching nice Trout along the King Ranch shoreline and we have received continued reports of some big Trout being caught on the rocks.  The Land Cut reports are good with lots of Trout and Redfish on soft plastics and live piggy perch.  

Rockport/Aransas Pass Area Report  

>San Jose Island Shoreline Has Redfish

>Estes Flats Good for Reds, Trout and Drum

>Copano Bay Producing Trout


Look for big schools of Reds moving along the break of San Jose Island. Throw everything in your box at them, they will eat them. Estes Flats will have an assortment of fish to choose from. Drifting throwing live dead or artificial bait will catch something good to eat. If you are a die hard Trout angler, you can still catch Trout on deeper ends of reefs in Copano Bay, using croakers or piggies. You will have to catch a lot of fish big enough to get a limit. REMEMBER!! 5 trout limit is in effect.

Port O'Connor Area Report 

>Seadrift Reefs Holding Good Trout

>Back Lake Marshes Holding Reds

>POC Jetties Producing Big Black Drum


The Seadrift area bay reefs are starting to show really good Trout action for anglers starting out with small bone top water lures.   Wade fishing has been the best method. Cut crab continues strong as bait for Redfish action in area back lake marshes. Free lining or the old Carolina rig is working best.  Big Drum are being caught off the Port O’Connor jetties.


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