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Fishing is huge down here in Corpus Christi! As of 2020, it’s the second most popular outdoor activity in the United States! That’s why we started Saltwater Angler Magazine, to help anglers from all over the world stay up to date on what’s happening in the Gulf Coast fishing world. And if you don’t get to fish as much as you’d like, we have plenty of photos and fishing reports for Corpus Christi and other areas like Port Aransas and Rockport.
|July 6, 2020|
|Corpus Christi, Texas|
|Feels like 103.48 °F|
|0% Chance of Precipitation|
|Wind Speed 15.1 / Gust 15.73 mph|
This week: No precipitation throughout the week.
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Well if you read my previous article, you know I haven’t been running trips. I have been following the recommendations of our state and city officials. And I will continue doing my part to help stop the spread of this virus, so we can get back to living life in a non-social way.
Things are going well here on the river, where the catfish are biting and our fish fries have been amazing. We have been using limb lines, throw lines, and using Zote Soap and cut buffalo for bait.
Looks like we are finally finished with the springtime wind pattern, so summer fishing is upon us. This is by far my favorite time of year for fishing the surf on our National Seashore. A steady southeast breeze provides consistent conditions in the surf zone, and has already made for some epic charters.
Read Jeff's latest Texas surf report...
The stars at night are big and bright, (clap, clap, clap, clap), deep in the heart of Texas! Isn't that the truth. And, the perfect way to see those brighly shining beacons of light is by getting on the water for some nighttime fishing. Cooler temperatures, calmer winds, and your daytime honey hole is now transformed into a whole new arena for battling fish.
Read Matt's latest fishing report
I feel the most over looked aspect of my articles is leader and tippet materials. I usually give a general length and breaking strength, but I don’t go into any detail why I am using said leader in whatever situation. This article is going to go into a little more depth about how, when and why we use the leaders we use, and I’ll break it down by fishing the flats as well as the surf and jetty.
Read Don's latest saltwater fly fishing article...
Oftentimes, I get asked, “What tides are best? What are your favorite water temps? What is your favorite time of year to fish?” And I always tell them, “Right NOW!” (they’re usually already on the boat with me) and that is true for several reasons. Now is your time to fish, Now is the time you have put aside to do some fly fishing, and NOW is where we are, doing what we are doing! The best time to go fishing is when...
Read more south Texas fly fishing reports...