Galveston Fishing Reports – November Fishing on The Texas Gulf Coast

Written by:  Captain Greg Verm

Current Water Temps:

Eagle Point:  67.1F

Galveston Causeway:  68.4F

North Jetty:  68.7F

San Luis Pass:  N/A

60 mile buoy:  76.5F

The months of November and December have always been a favorite time of year for me to target the shallow bays of Galveston and Freeport for red fish, speckled trout and flounder.  This November has been another great start to fall fishing with plenty of nice redfish and trout being caught.  The water temperatures have fallen below 70F and great things are happening.  We are catching nice specks over oyster reefs using live shrimp under a popping cork for our live bait anglers.  The redfish are being caught using live mullet fished on bottom as well as live shrimp under a popping cork. Also, you just never know what you may catch fishing with us… I had a client catch a tarpon this week using a live shrimp fishing for redfish!

This is a great time of year to get those kids out on the water to enjoy what our Texas Gulf Coast has to offer.  I always enjoy the migratory birds that call our marshes home during the winter months.  Catching fish and hearing geese in the marshes is something special that really makes fall fishing even more enjoyable for me. 

If you are looking for something fun to do this holiday season – give me a call and let’s talk fishing and get you booked for a Galveston Fishing Charter.  Also, we have lodging at Bay’s Landing, and we will pick you up from the dock there at the lodge!  Don’t forget if you are looking for that special gift for someone – we have Gift Certificates available for fishing, lodging, or our Kids Summer Fishing Camps! 

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