Weekly fishing report ending August 10, 2023
Posted By David/ Tuesday, August 8, 2023

Weekly fishing report ending August 10, 2023

Surface water temps 88 degrees, and water stirred up again in East Bay due to the West, Southwest winds, as the further East you venture the darker the water gets. Winds have been out of the West to Southwest in the 8-10 mph range in the mornings, increasing to 12-20 mph as the day progresses, limiting our off-the-shore reef tactics. Shrimp imitation lures under popping corks have still been producing the most bites for our anglers, and Purple Reign has worked well with ΒΌ oz jig heads. Catches of our targeted species of keeper Trout and Redfish are down this week compared to last week.

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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