Galveston Fishing Report – March Madness Fishing

Galveston Fishing Report – March Madness Fishing

Galveston Fishing Report Galveston Jetty 72.0 F Galveston Causeway 75.2 F Eagle Point 74.7 F   An old saying, we here often in Texas is “if ya don’t like the weather…. Give it a minute!”  The weather in March held true to this.  Fishing in Galveston Bay and the Jetties have been excellent this past week.  Water temperatures have risen…

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Spring Break Fun and Fishing in Galveston

Spring Break Fun and Fishing in Galveston

Spring Break Fishing in Galveston Spring break means just that – a break from the hassles of everyday life. Cold weather folks, especially, want some southern warmth after months of cold and snow. Well, there just happens to be a little bit of heaven along the Gulf coast where you can warm the chill from your bones while you do…

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2017 Kids Galveston Summer Fishing Camps

2017 Kids Galveston Summer Fishing Camps

Here at Fishing Galveston Tx Fishing Charters, we pride ourselves in being the #1 Fishing Charter for Kids and Families in Galveston.  Our Summer Fishing Camps for Kidsare another reason we are different than your typical Galveston Fishing Charter.  We are very excited about our upcoming Summer Camps for Kids!  We have announced the dates for our Summer Kids Fishing Camps, and…

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Galveston Fishing Report – Strong February Finish

Galveston Fishing Report – Strong February Finish

Galveston Fishing Report – Strong Finish to February Current Water Temperatures Galveston North Jettty:  66.4F Eagle Point:  67.1F Galveston Causeway:  65.7F   Our Galveston Fishing Guides had an amazing week of fishing in Galveston, Texas.  A variety of species are already making their way to our decks, and it is only February.  Giant Bull Reds, Speckled Trout, Bay Snapper, Puppy Drum, Pompano,…

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Galveston Fishing Report & Spring Outlook

Galveston Fishing Report & Spring Outlook

Galveston Fishing Report Current Water Temperatures Galveston Jetty:  65.8F Eagle Point:  67.3F Galveston Causeway:  68.2F   A typical February in Texas generally means strong cold fronts, rain, lots of wind… with a few good days of warm weather and clear skies mixed in.  February 2017 has been anything but typical so far.  Many days we have reached temperatures 80 degrees and higher. …

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Galveston Fishing Report – February Fun

Galveston Fishing Report – February Fun

Galveston Fishing Report – Big Fish Time in Galveston Current Water Temperatures Galveston Jetty:  65.5F Eagle Point:  69.8F Galveston Causeway:  68.2F   Texas is having some record breaking warm temperatures for the month of February, and we are experiencing some nice days of fishing in Galveston, Texas.  This past week our Galveston Fishing Guidesfished both the Galveston Jetties and the Galveston…

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Galveston Fishing Report – Redfish, Speckled Trout and Bay Snapper Time

Galveston Fishing Report – Redfish, Speckled Trout and Bay Snapper Time

February Galveston Fishing Report Current Water Temperatures: Galveston Jetty 61.2F Eagle Point 58.8F Galveston Causeway 59.9F Our Galveston Fishing Charters experienced some nice catches the past week.  Red fish, speckled trout, and Bay Snapper have been on the top of the hit list.  The extremely high westerly winds we experienced two weeks ago had our water levels in Galveston Bay as low…

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February Fishing Special – $450 Charter

February Fishing Special – $450 Charter

Galveston Fishing Charter Special Price Special Trip, Special price – thru the month of February we have a special price on a 4 hour jetty fishing trip $450 for three people. This price is good for up to three persons, add $50 each additional person up to six people max.  All rods, reels, tackle, fuel, safety gear, and we fillet…

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Galveston Fishing Report – Strong Start for 2017

Galveston Fishing Report – Strong Start for 2017

Fishing Report for Galveston Bay – Strong Start to 2017, Red Fish, Bay Snapper and Flounder Gigging Our Galveston Fishing Guides have had a strong start to the 2017 Fishing Season.  Mild temperatures and water temperatures in the low to mid 60s are making things a little different than our normal January fishing.  We are beginning to see signs of Bay Snapper…

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