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AUSTIN -- Here is the fishing report as compiled for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (full report is available at www.tpwd.state.tx.us)
Water clear. Black bass are good on crankbaits and dark soft plastic worms in the reeds and near the dam. Striped bass are good on liver and shad near the pier. Redfish are slow. Channel catfish are excellent on shrimp, nightcrawlers, and cut bait near the dam. Blue catfish are good on cut bait in 15--20 feet.
Water clear. Black bass are good on dark soft plastic worms, spinnerbaits, and crankbaits in reed beds. Striped bass are good on chartreuse spoons and jigs near the crappie wall. Redfish are slow. Channel and blue catfish are very good on liver, shrimp, and bloodbait near the railroad trestle. Yellow catfish are slow.
Water lightly stained; 60--64 degrees; 8.94’ low. Black bass are fair on black/chartreuse Curb’s hair jigs, jerkbaits, and Texas rigged Scoundrel worms on shaky jigheads in 20--30 feet. Striped bass are good trolling white Curb’s striper jigs and vertically jigging Pirk Minnows. White bass are fair jigging Pirk Minnows and Blade Baits. Crappie are good on minnows and crappie jigs upriver. Channel catfish are slow. Yellow and blue catfish are slow.
Water clear; 66--70 degrees; 17.63’ low. Black bass are good on chartreuse spinnerbaits and Rat--L--Traps. White bass are slow. Crappie are fair on minnows. Channel and blue catfish are fair on liver and stinkbait. Yellow catfish are slow.
Water clear; 2.64’ low. Black bass are slow. Striped bass are fair on silver striper jigs. White bass are fair on Charlie slabs and Li’l Fishies. Crappie are fair on minnows and pink tube jigs. Channel and blue catfish are fair on perch, stinkbait, and frozen shrimp. Yellow catfish are fair on trotlines baited with live perch.
Trout are fair to good in mud and grass on Corkies and Catch 2000s. Trout are fair to good in the guts along the King Ranch shoreline on Corkies, Bass Assassins and Gamblers.
Trout are fair on the south shoreline on slow--sinking plugs. Black drum and redfish are fair to good at Rollover Pass.
Redfish are good in the Humble Channel on crabs and table shrimp. Trout are fair to good in Oso Bay on Gulps, topwaters and soft plastics.
Sand trout and sheepshead are fair on live shrimp on the reefs. Redfish are fair to good at San Luis pass on cracked blue crabs.
EAST GALVESTON BAY
Trout are fair to good on the south shoreline on Corkies and MirrOlures. Whiting and sand trout are good on the edge of the Intracoastal on fresh shrimp.
WEST GALVESTON BAY
Sheepshead, redfish and black drum are good at the jetty on shrimp and crabs. Trout are fair over deep shell in the afternoon on plastics. Oversized black drum are fair to good at the jetty and in channel.
Trout are fair for drifters on live shrimp and soft plastics over humps and scattered shell. Redfish are fair to good on the edge of the Intracoastal on crabs and mullet.
Redfish are fair to good on the south shoreline in the guts and bayous. Trout are fair on shell and grassy shorelines on soft plastics and live shrimp.
Redfish are fair to good around Pelican Island on Gulps and mullet. Sand trout are good on shrimp in the channel.
Redfish are fair to good in Cullen Bay on live shrimp and Gulps. Trout are fair on the edge of the flats on DOA Shrimp and Gulps.
Redfish are fair to good on DOA Shrimp and Gulps under a popping cork around grass holes. Trout are fair to good on mud along the edge of the ICW on Corkies and MirrOlures.
Trout and redfish are fair on Corkies over soft mud in waist--deep water in San Antonio Bay. Redfish are fair to good at the mouths of drains on soft plastics and live shrimp.
Trout are fair on the edge of the ICW on glow DOA Shrimp. Redfish are fair to good on the Estes Flats and in California Hole on mullet and shrimp.
Trout and redfish are fair to good on the edge of the Intracoastal on DOA Shrimp and Gulps. Redfish, black drum and mangrove snapper are fair to good in the channel on shrimp.
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