ftu_top_freeship
view cart
0 Item(s) in Cart
Total: $0.00
account store help my account
store hours and location

‹ Galveston Bay Fishing Report with Capt Paul Marcaccio

Fall Patterns n Full Mode

Posted Tuesday, October 19, 2010 by captpaul in Galveston Bay Fishing Report with Capt Paul Marcaccio
October 11th, 2010

The past two weeks have been excellent for those redfish n the slot as well as speckled trout to 5 lbs……………
The entire bay system is lights out, from Greens Cut to the Wildlife area, including areas in Trinity Bay as well……………
Best bet is 5-7 feet of water over scattered shell and mud, like Greens,Hannah, Deep,Frenchy’s. Water temp is near 70 degree’s. Visibility is good to about 2-3 feet.
Birds are working near the ICW in West Bay, near Sm. Point and out side the Spillway in Trinity Bay.
Colors are plum, chartruse, black,pearl and glow. Bass Assassin or Norton San eels are working baits to use.
Use 3/8 on or near the bottom and 1/4 oz while drifting those shell pads. Long drifts are necessary to stay on ‘em.

Daylight begins near 7am and gets dark about 7pm. Tides are really helping pull that bait from drains and bayou’s.

Key on slicks and nervous bait working over the shell, keeping a watchful eye on the horizon for those diving gulls……………..

This pattern will continue well into the Christmas season. God’s backyard is awesome. Bring your A game along with jackets and warm pants. Some find out they failed to layer up……………….

Enjoy your outdoor activity hunting or fishing. Cast and Blast……………………..

God bless

the fisherman