November 12, 2012
The fishing the past few days has been great. Although the winds were blowing anywhere from 15 to 20 mph - the areas we key on this time of year is mostly protected from rough water. The main factor when the winds are blowing so strong out of the Southeast is the tides do not drop like they should. The Southeast wind keeps the water stacked up in the back lakes and bayous. We were still able to do well considering the conditions. We caught allot of very nice Galveston Redfish the past few days. We also landed Speckled Trout, Flounder, and Sheepshead. The fish are coming from live shrimp under a popping cork and live mullet fished on bottom. We key in on ditches and drains that empty onto mudflats and channels. The fish stack in these areas searching for easy meals. I will be staying in these areas and the fishing will continue to be good thru the Fall and even until the end of February. If you would like to get out on a back bayou/marsh trip and catch some Galveston Redfish, Flounder and Speckled trout - give us a call. These are great trips for families, kids, and anyone who may want to go on a Saltwater Fishing Trip without worrying about seasickness.
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