Texas Fish & Game

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October 17, 2016

Tips for Fall Specks and Reds

The recent heatwave has impacted fishing along the Texas Coast. It has not shaken things up dramatically but it has changed a few things and if you pay attention to these tips you can overcome any […]
October 11, 2016

Target the Redfish Frenzy

After we’ve had a strong cold front, target the mouths of rivers and the very largest bayous emptying marsh if you want to catch large numbers of redfish.  As we all know, cold fronts purge the […]
October 10, 2016

Fishing Coastal Bayous Productive in Early Fall

Coastal bayous are a productive location for redfish, speckled trout and flounder during the early fall period but they require study. Whether you are fishing for flounder, redfish, or trout, the first thing to look for […]
October 3, 2016

Flounder Spawning in the Channel? “Rolling” Like Gar?

Out of all the fish I have pursued none get tunnel vision so to speak over prey items like flounder. When they are locked on tiny menhaden (shad) they often refuse other offerings and feed with enough […]
September 26, 2016

Texas Hotshots – Red with 16 Spots!

Remi caught this red while fishing with her Mom & Dad on the San Bernard River.
September 23, 2016

Texas Hotshots – Early rise Early bite!

Beautiful sunrise on Galveston Bay. Our family caught many trout on this day in August.
September 23, 2016

Texas Hotshots – 8 Days Too Late

Lower Laguna Madre- Caught this 25″ 7.5 lb. flounder on red and white worm. I was entered in CCA tournament but this catch came 8 days too late:-)
September 21, 2016

Galveston Bay receives a “C” grade

According to the Galveston Bay Foundation and the Houston Advanced Research Center, Galveston Bay received a C grade, the same as last year. While the grade reflects improvement in the watershed’s overall health, it also acknowledges […]
September 19, 2016

Wading tips …

Successful wade fishing depends a lot on how you dress, says Galveston fishing guide, Paul Marcaccio. Wearing apparel that can be seen under water from more than a few feet can penalize you by spooking the […]
September 16, 2016

A leopard or a redfish?

Redfish can easily be identified by a spot, or couple of spots on the fish’s tail. What if the fish had over 600 spots all over the fish? Patrick Bonin, who first found out about the […]
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