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‹ Galveston Bay Fishing Report with Capt Paul Marcaccio

Salty Shorelines

Salty Shorelines

Recent days are similar to the lower coast. Lots of wind and salinity is off the charts. Some areas in galveston bay are reaching upwards of 30ppm…………..parts per million of salt to frest.
Areas like D. Bayou, Trinity River and the San Jacinto are holding fish north of I-10 and west of I-45.
Lack of rainwater is playing a hugh role in allowing these fish to move up fresh water areas.

Both Trinity and East are holding solid fish when the winds allow us to fish the open waters. The east and south shorelines are holding great numbers of speckled trout and redfish on a falling tide. Areas like Double bayou, Van-u-tun, Richards, Robinson bayou, and near Seivers cut are holding solid trout to 22 inches………………..

Best bet is using pumpkin seed, plum, chicken-on-chain, and limetruse. 1/4 oz lead worked on or near the bottom in about 5-7 feet. Visibility is poor to about a foot.

Top water colors are chrome, black or bone in Baby Spook or She Pup…………………

Drifting areas like Hannah’s, Tide Gauge, Deep or near Elegrove Point………………..

god bless
the fisherman