Wondering how the fishing is in Corpus Christi right now? We've got your latest fishing reports for in and and around Corpus Christi, Texas from local anglers and professional fishing guides. Plus up-to-date weather reports, including temperature forecasts, wind speed, humidity, and more.
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.
|October 22, 2018|
|Corpus Christi, Texas|
|Feels like 64.11 °F|
|0% Chance of Precipitation|
|Wind Speed 11.87 / Gust 14.34 mph|
This week: Light rain today through Wednesday, with high temperatures rising to 81°F next Monday.
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If wade fishing, shuffle those feet!
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 free lining, and under popping cork. Land Cut is producing good limits on the west side on the drop-offs.
King Ranch Shoreline: Trout bite has slowed a bit. With the transition into fall, and less boater traffic, the bite should be picking back up. Topwater bite is active early for trout and redfish. Wade fisherman still having good results on artificial lures for both trout, and reds, with an occasional flounder. Redfish are there on gold spoons. A lot of floating grass.
Laguna Shores: The trout bite is slow on artificial lures, live shrimp under a popping cork. Redfish are there throwing gold spoons, and soft light colored plastics.
Surf Report North Padre: Mullet migration now in force, dusky anchovies, ladyfish, blue fish, redfish, and lots of blacktip sharks and random black drum in the surf. Sharkathon will be October 19th-21st.
Well, they say wait thirty minutes and the weather will change in south Texas. The last two weeks have certainly been that way and, if the weatherman is correct, the next two weeks will follow suit. Yes, this will of course affect the fishing but in most cases it will make it even better. For those willing to have a little patience and wait for the right conditions, some of the best fishing of the year will be present along the shores of the coastal bend. Read Jeff's latest PINS surf report...
Did you know? As of spring 2017, 51.59 million people in the United States have gone fishing in the last 12 months.
We have received so much rain over thepast few weeks that it’s been insane, andthe hardest part to overcome fishing afteror during a heavy rain period isn’t the rainfall itself, there is all sorts of rain gear thatyou can wear to stay dry and comfortable,but the tons of gallons of runoff that is as-sociated with inland and coastal rains cancause all sorts of issues. Read Don's latest saltwater fly fishing article...
The smile when you catch a bigger fish than your older brother. Great time as always fishing with this little guy, his brother, and George. We definitely put the smack down on some trout.