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|June 22, 2018|
|Corpus Christi, Texas|
|Feels like 90.75 °F|
|0% Chance of Precipitation|
|Wind Speed 6.88 / Gust 8.55 mph|
This week: Rain today, with high temperatures rising to 88°F on Wednesday.
Baffin Bay / Land Cut: Trout and redfish to the wade fisherman throwing artificial lures and topwater baits. Live shrimp working well on trout, and redfish under popping cork.
King Ranch Shoreline: Trout bite continues to improve in the transitions throwing artificial lures, topwater, and throwing live shrimp under popping cork. Wading gets good results on artificials for trout, redfish, and occasional flounder. Redfish on gold spoons.
Laguna Shores: Trout bite is good on artificials, live shrimp under popping cork. Redfish on gold spoons.
Clem’s / Red Dot Pier: Keep trout on shrimp and artificial.
Beach / Surf: Jack Crevalle, redfish, trout, ladyfish, stingray on live and dead shrimp. Bull sharks, hammerheads on dead bait in the color change. Tarpon are on the jetties at Packery and Port Aransas.
Offshore: The lighter winds should help the offshore bite. The bite is on for Kingfish, snapper, and ling.
Bob Hall Pier: Sharks, large hammerhead caught recently, and Tarpon have been reported.
Did you know? As of spring 2017, 51.59 million people in the United States have gone fishing in the last 12 months.
As we approach the summer months, the fishing will intensify along with the temperatures. I’m already starting to see nice schools of redfish and black drum tailing on the flats. Fly patterns that have been productive for my clients are tan gurglers in the morning, and then switching to a heavy white mullet pattern in the afternoon.
Went out for an after-work trip with Matt and Zack from Roy's Bait and Tackle Outfitters fly shop on Memorial Day. Bonita were super thick, munching on anchovies and silversides. We landed upwards of 20 fish throughout the evening, and Zack and I had 2 or 3 doubles while we were out.
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