Weekly fishing report ending October 5, 2023
Posted By David/ Tuesday, October 3, 2023

Weekly fishing report ending October 5, 2023

The surface water temperature is 85 degrees, and water clarity is murky in most areas of East Bay. Fishing was tougher for our groups in East Galveston Bay this week, as we fought strong East winds and had to adjust our tactics and locations.

We were unable to fish off the shore reefs this week. We fished marsh drains, grass lines, and shell flats close to deeper water and resulted in Speckled Trout, Redfish, and Black Drum.

Shrimp imitation lures under popping corks with 12” - 18” leaders have still been producing the most bites for our anglers, and the Deadly Dudley, Slammin Sammy Chartreuse Tail Bay Chovey has worked well with ¼ oz jig heads fished with & without a popping cork at various depths.

On our live bait outings, Live Shrimp under a Fish Smack popping cork with an 18” leader produced many bites for our anglers.

Until Next Time – Captain Jeff Brandon – Get the Net Guide Services, LLC – Year-Round Fishing Guide, 1183 N Stingaree Dr, Crystal Beach, Texas 77650

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