Fishing Report week ending March 26, 2024.
Posted By David/ Tuesday, March 26, 2024

Fishing Report week ending March 26, 2024.

Surface water temperature 69.5 degrees. Water clarity is normal for East Galveston Bay. We are still finding Trout, Reds, Black drum, and a few flounder in the marsh/bayou areas, around deeper cuts and bends, as this past week the wind has made it impossible to fish our early Spring areas that we prefer on the main bay system, with any consistency. We have struggled to find good quantities of nervous bait, and therefore the bites for us this week were tougher to come by than in previous weeks.

This week in the wind we have thrown ¼ oz jig heads with Wac Attack tails in Rollover Moon, as well as marker 54 Glide Shrimp, under a 3’ leader and a Fish Smack Popping Cork. Spring is finally here, and fishing will continue to heat up as the water warms into the 70's and the fronts blowing thru become less prevalent. As always, the best time to fish is when you can get out on the water and make it happen, so stay safe out there.

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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