Surface water temperatures are 89 degrees, and water clarity is good in East Bay. The winds have given us a break the last few days allowing us to fish pretty much anywhere we choose to and have increased our catching rates substantially of Trout and Redfish.
Off-the-shore reefs have worked well for us this week and resulted in non-stop action when you find active bait in the area. Shrimp imitation lures under popping corks with an 18” leader have still been producing the most bites for our anglers, and Deadly Dudley, Slammin Sammy Chartreuse Tail has worked well with ¼ oz jig heads fished without a popping cork. We are eagerly anticipating cooler temperatures as we head into the Fall months and look forward to the fishing only getting better over the next few months.
Please remember to drink plenty of water and utilize plenty of sunscreen, as we have ventured into the time of year when it gets extremely hot on the water, and it is critical you stay hydrated and do not get overheated or sunburned, as after 10 am, you really begin to feel the effects.
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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