While conditions are improving, the lingering effects of the full moon continue to slow fishing during the morning from just after sunrise until around 10 a.m. or later.
Before we get to today’s fishing reports, it needs to be pointed out that the Sunday fishing pictures appeared in Section B, page 8 (Sports section) of the Galveston County Daily News. The change was made due to the large number of pictures submitted.
Earlier this week, all scenarios were entering my mind as to what this weekend would look like whether for fishing, or worst, dealing with a tropical storm or hurricane.
Multiple readers have sent notes or called in asking about the tropical disturbance that is in the forecast for the coastal waters off Galveston. Many are new to the area and are concerned about what they should do in the way of preparation, and others are asking questions about the effects …
On Tuesday, there was not much taking place on the fishing scene, as hot temperatures were in control with heat indexes approaching a dangerous 108 degrees. While conditions are dry and hot in the Galveston area, the National Weather Service is cautioning coastal residents of the possibility…
The long July 4 weekend, which lasted from the fourth through the seventh, produced varied results on the fishing scene. From most reports, it was evident the best action inshore took place early in the day from before daybreak until around 10 a.m.
The Fourth of July Weekend is turning out to be a good one for boaters and fishermen. Light winds are making it easy to fish just about any spot chosen. Smaller boats were able to make it offshore in comfort and most returned with at least a few fish.
The summer is rolling along with the second big holiday of the season now upon us. While wind may be an issue Thursday, the forecasts are calling for improved conditions, as we head into the weekend with lighter winds and lower chances of rain.
Sunday morning anglers heading out in their boats found scattered storms around the area. A number of boats planning to head offshore changed their plans and either fished elsewhere or tried to wait until conditions improved.