Things To Do – Galveston Spring Break Fishing 2023

Things To Do – Galveston Spring Break Fishing 2023

Written by Captain Greg Verm Galveston Island has been the #1 Spring Break Destination for Texas for very good reasons.  With close proximity to the major Cities of Texas – Houston, Dallas, Austin, San Antonio, College Station and more – Not only families from these large cities, but from all over the United States make Galveston, Texas their Spring Break…

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Galveston Fishing Report – Epic Summertime Fishing on the Upper Texas Gulf Coast

Galveston Fishing Report – Epic Summertime Fishing on the Upper Texas Gulf Coast

Written by Captain Greg Verm The past week has been great for fishing both inshore and offshore in Galveston and Freeport, Texas.  The inshore bite in Galveston has been very good for speckled trout, redfish, Spanish mackerel, pompano, BaySnapper, black drum, and sharks are showing up as well.  The best bait lately has been live shrimp freelined along both the…

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Galveston Fishing Report & Summer Outlook Inshore and Deep-Sea Fishing

Galveston Fishing Report & Summer Outlook Inshore and Deep-Sea Fishing

Written by Captain Greg Verm Current Water Temperatures: Galveston Causeway:  77.4F Eagle Point:  75.7F Galveston North Jetty:  76F San Luis Pass:  76.6F 22 miles in Gulf:  75.2F   Fishing during the month of May along the Texas Gulf Coast has always been predictably unpredictable.  To many people, this statement might sound a bit confusing.  However, anyone that has grown up…

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Galveston Fishing Report – Wintertime Fun on the Upper Texas Gulf Coast

Galveston Fishing Report – Wintertime Fun on the Upper Texas Gulf Coast

Written by Captain Greg Verm   Current Water Temperatures: Eagle Point:  64.4F Galveston Causeway:  65.3F Galveston North Jetty:  65.1F San Luis Pass:  65.7F   The Upper Texas Gulf Coast has always been a place of refuge for many types of wildlife during the winter months.  For hundreds of years Geese, Red Heads, Pintails, Teal, Gadwall, Shovelers, Wigeon, Sandhill Crane and…

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