• 0

Saturday we should see some nice weather for fishing if the after effects of the cold front have not rendered the bay waters low and off color. Light winds should set in for a day or two allowing a window of opportunity for anglers to hit the water.

  • 1

Fishing likely is on hold until the effects of the latest cold front diminish. We could see some nice conditions this weekend depending on when the wind velocities drop to a reasonable level for fishing.

  • 0

Tuesday saw another siege of strong southerly winds gusting to well over 20 knots during the morning. While the velocities dropped a bit during the afternoon, anglers still were dealing with 15 knot winds.

  • 0

It appears that April is going to be a typical April — at least that is the impression the month has given so far. This week is a good example, as we are seeing warmer temperatures along with moderate to strong winds.

  • 2

This time of year is a good time to take a break from coastal fishing and give fresh water fishing a try. While spring might not be the best time, inland lakes, rivers and streams can offer some relaxing fishing and beautiful scenery.

  • 0

The recent cold front that chilled the Galveston area Sunday and Monday might have set things back on the fishing scene, as the cold air dropped the water temperatures to close to 60 degrees. Prior to the norther, the water was pushing toward the magic 70 degree mark and attracting fish.