Weekly fishing report ending September 21, 2023
Posted By David/ Tuesday, September 19, 2023

Weekly fishing report ending September 21, 2023

Surface water temperature is 84 degrees, and water clarity is very good. Fishing continues to improve in East Galveston Bay with shorter days, cooler weather, and some good tide movement.

Off the shore reefs have worked well for us again this week and resulted in good catches of Trout & Reds, and a few Black Drum, when you are able to find active bait in the area. We have found a few birds working as well and the Trout have been actively eating shrimp underneath them. The Redfish bite continued to improve this week when we were targeting them, resulting in solid slots, as well as some large bulls stretching our line on most outings.

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.

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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