Fog continued to be a problem on Monday. However, there were not many anglers affected by it due to most being back at work.
While Galveston Island was packed with Mardi Gras visitors on Saturday, fishing was busting wide open all around the island. Solid fish were being observed at the cleaning tables of Galveston Bait and Tackle where Capt. Billy Howell reported seeing multiple parties waiting to clean fish for …
Friday turned out to be one of the coldest Valentine’s Days in many years. Personally, I look at it as a good sign, as we have seen water temperatures drop to levels not seen in a long time.
We have been focusing on night fishing under lights this week, and one of the more important aspects of fishing late at night is etiquette.
Foggy and otherwise yucky conditions prevailed over Galveston most of Tuesday. A few anglers were fishing from various piers and docks but not many.
Anglers attempting to fish Monday morning found fog hindering their efforts. Winds were light, and that helped those attempting to fish from piers or other spots on land.
Saturday turned out to be overall a disappointment on the fishing scene. However, we did receive one report of action in Moses Lake where Corey Hester and Morris McCullough hit the water late Saturday morning and fished with live shrimp. By noon, they had three black drums up to 17 inches an…
This weekend should be a good one for anglers to hit the water. I hope we will get an indication of what action is taking place, especially for black drum.
The weekend is upon us, and the weather forecasts appear favorable for fishing, at least through Sunday morning. With luck, conditions will improve when the wind dies down and switches to the southeast.
A blast of winter weather is upon us. However, it is typical for this time of year and will not last long. By this weekend, warmer and more pleasant conditions should return.
Often readers ask about how to determine when the best fishing will take place. Many have asked this question after seeing and hearing reports of prolific catches taking place and then heading to the coast only to find the fishing marginal at best.