Area Reports
Updated  10-10-2014



Corpus Christi Area Report  

>Boat Hole Holding Reds and Trout

>Peta Island to Pure Oil Channel Producing Fish

>Baffin Bay Has Redfish


The Boat Hole area is holding Trout and Redfish.  Best bait is a live shrimp under a popping cork.  On the south side of the Causeway in the Humble Channel, the Red Dot pier reports catches of Trout, Redfish, and a few Drum.  The Laguna Madre from Peta Island to the Pure Oil Channel is producing Trout and Redfish.  The rocks in Baffin bay are consistent for Redfish. 

Rockport/Aransas Pass Area Report  

>Aransas Bay Good for Black Drum and Reds

>Carlos and Ayers Bays Good for a Variety of Fish

>St. Charles Bay Good for Drum and Some Reds


Aransas Bay has been good for Black Drum and Redfish, for fishermen working along the drop-offs and sand pockets, using mullet and crab. Carlos and Ayers Bays have been consistent for Black Drum and some Reds, using live or dead shrimp, finger mullet and crab. St. Charles Bay has been good for Black Drum, some Reds, using dead shrimp and cut bait.  Drifting over deeper shell has produced some fair Trout as well.

Port O'Connor Area Report 

>Espiritu Santo Bay and San Antonio Bay Holding Reds and Black Drum

>Breaks in the Weather Producing Good Boxes

>Back Lakes are Holding Redfish Though Scattered


Redfish and Black Drum are both being harvested with shrimp under a cork around shell in our beloved Espiritu Santo and San Antonio Bays.   Delayed again by our September rains we bide our time throughout the day with an eye to the sky for a bad storm.   Despite the rains, there have been good boxes of Redfish and Drum being brought to the dock. On days with less threatening weather, Reds and Drum can be found on protected shell reefs in both bays.  Our pristine back Lakes are producing Reds  but they are scattered and it takes some running around back there to shape up your results.


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