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Galveston Fishing Reports-Specks, Kings, Mahi, Reds, Sharks and More!

July 25, 2017

Galveston Fishing Report Current Water Temps Galveston Causeway: 84.6F Galveston North Jetty: 84.0F Eagle Point: 84.9F 60 Mile Buoy South Freeport: 85.6F It has been a very busy and exciting July for Fishing in Galveston. Inshore and Deepsea fishing in Galveston and Freeport has been hot and heavy with great action. Our...   Read more »

Galveston Fishing Reports - July Fishing at it Finest

July 7, 2017

Galveston Fishing Report Current Water Temps Galveston Causeway: 87.8 F Eagle Point: 87.7 F Galveston North Jetty: 84.0 F It is that time of year to pick what kind of fishing you want to do… it has all been good! Galveston Deep Sea Fishing, Shark Fishing, Galveston Bay Fishing, Galveston Flounder Gigging at night, Galveston...   Read more »

Galveston Fishing Reports - Family Fun & Corporate Entertainment

June 22, 2017

Summer Time Fishing Fun in Galveston Current Water Temperatures Galveston Causeway: 78.6 Galveston North Jetty: 80.1 Eagle Point: 81 60 Miles offshore Freeport: 82.4 Our Galveston Fishing Charters have started off with a bang this summer. Some very nice trophy fish are being caught along the Galveston Jetty, Beachfront, Bays and...   Read more »

Galveston Fishing Report - Officially Summer Time

June 5, 2017

Galveston Fishing Report Current Water Temperatures Galveston North Jetty: 81.1F Eagle Point: 80.8F Galveston Causeway: 80.6F It seems the past couple of weeks, Mother Nature is doing her best to challenge our Galveston Fishing Guides using winds, rains…. And more winds to protect the fish population. Despite these challenges, we...   Read more »

Texas Best - Galveston Deep Sea and Inland Fishing

May 15, 2017

Texas Best Fishing Destination – Galveston Texas Located on the Texas upper coast, Galveston Island is a fishing enthusiast’s premier destination. Inland shallow water fishing, shark fishing beachfront and passes, night time flounder gigging, and Deep Sea Fishing… you can do it all here in Galveston, Texas. Deep Sea...   Read more »

Fishing Report for Galveston, Texas – Smack Down May Style Fishing

May 4, 2017

Current Water Temperatures Galveston North Jetty: 76.1 F Galveston Causeway: 78.6 F Eagle Point: 77.2 F San Luis Pass: 79.0 F Galveston Bay Fishing Report and Outlook Fishing in Galveston, Texas during the month of May is one of the most rewarding times of the year for catching a trophy speckled trout. The spawning season has begun. ...   Read more »

Galveston Fishing Report - Spring Time Fishing

April 17, 2017

Galveston Fishing Report – Spring Time Fishing Island Style Current Water Temeratures: Galveston Jetty: 78.1F Galveston Causeway: 79.3F Eagle Point: 78.6F San Luis Pass: 78.1 Spring is officially here, and the fishing report for Galveston, Texas is the proof. Water temperatures have reached upper 70’s and on the verge of...   Read more »

Galveston Red Snapper Fishing Charters 2017 Season

April 12, 2017

Galveston Red Snapper Fishing Charters The outlook for Red Snapper Fishing Charters in Galveston, Texas is looking superb for 2017. Federal Permitted Charter Boats had 46 days of Federal Red Snapper Fishing Season in 2016, and 40 days in 2015. We anticipate at least the same – and possibly more days at sea to target the “Lutjanus...   Read more »

Galveston Fishing Report - March Madness Fishing

March 27, 2017

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...   Read more »

Spring Break Fun and Fishing in Galveston

March 6, 2017

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 some big...   Read more »