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 are having successful Fishing Charters catching Speckled Trout, Redfish, Black Drum, Spanish Mackerel, Kings, Red Snapper, Sharks, Cobia, Mahi and more.
The Galveston Beachfront and Jetties are loaded with fish right now. When conditions are in our favor, the fishing is incredible. The Speckled Trout and Red Fish are very thick, and live shrimp or croaker are a sure bet to entice these two most sought after species. White Trout, Sheepshead, Spanish Mackerel and Black Drum are also finding their way to the cleaning tables as well.
The Shark Fishing is superb right now in Galveston, and will continue to get better as water temperatures heat up, and more species show up along the beaches. If you want to enjoy the adrenaline filled fun of battling a Galveston Shark - now is the time to book a Galveston Shark Hunt with us.
June 1 marked the first day of Red Snapper Season in Texas, and will continue thru July 19. We are catching some Giant Red Snapper, Cobia, Mahi, Bonita, Wahoo and Kings. Our Galveston Deep Sea Fishing Trips are a sure way to go home with a cooler full of fresh Gulf of Mexico fillets. We still have a couple of weekend days available for July, and numerous week days in June and July available.
Our Galveston Family Fishing Trips are always a hit here in Galveston for Families visiting the island for Summer Vacation. Shark Hunts, Shallow Back Lake and Marsh, Deep Sea, and Night Time Flounder Gigging are a few of the trips we offer during the Summer for our Galveston Island Visitors. Give us a call and let us get you on a great adventure and catch some Big Fish! 409-739-8526