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Fishing is huge down here in Corpus Christi! As of 2016, 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.
|April 22, 2019|
|Corpus Christi, Texas|
|Feels like 73.61 °F|
|0% Chance of Precipitation|
|Wind Speed 12.3 / Gust 18.67 mph|
This week: Light rain on Wednesday and Thursday, with high temperatures rising to 85°F on Thursday.
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Baffin Bay / Land Cut: Slow sinking artificial lures are the artificial of choice for the wade fisherman. Trout and redfish to the wade fisherman throwing artificial lures. Live shrimp working well on trout, and redfish free lining, and under popping cork when you can find live bait.
King Ranch Shoreline: Wade fisherman when they can get out still having descent results on artificial lures for both trout and reds.
Dead Man's Hole / Packery: Loaded with drum, and sheepshead on dead peeled shrimp, flounder can be found in good numbers throwing artificial, and mud minnows.
Laguna Shores: The trout bite is picking up on artificial lures, live shrimp under a popping cork is working well when you can find live bait. Redfish are there soft plastics. Black drum on peeled shrimp, and flounder are there in good numbers on artificial.
Clem’s / Red Dot Pier: The "Big Ugly" black drum are running. Keeper trout on shrimp and artificial lures at night, redfish and drum are mixed in, flounder are there. Call Clem's at (361) 949-8445, or Red Dot Pier at (361) 937-5347 for latest updates.
Beach Report: Pompano on dead shrimp, Bull reds on cut bait in the surf. Black drum on crab and dead shrimp off jetty.
Spring is here. Mother Nature may send us another late season cold front, but the fishing pattern on the National Seashore is definitely evolving into what it should be this time of year.The jacks showed up March 23, and were in the surf for a week, until a late-season front pushed them offshore. If things go the way they normally do, they should be running the surf zone in no time at all. Keep your fingers crossed for warmer temperatures, and a steady south-east wind.
Read Jeff's latest Texas surf 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...
Happy 2019 Ladies and Gentlemen! This season is expected to be better than ever in so many ways! A great looking weather window is opening up this week too and February is PRIME! So clear your schedules… and the easiest way to do that is just take your arm, outstretched, and place it on the side of your desk… Then, swipe left or right to knock everything on the floor! Get up and get on the phone with me and haul ass on down here to Port Aransas for some fun in the sun to do some technical sight casting for Texas red drum and trout!
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