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TX
United States
29° 23' 21.678" N, 94° 37' 20.9928" W

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Fishing Report Provided by Texas Parks & Wildlife - Steve Lightfoot
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Fishing Report
December 15, 2014

EAST GALVESTON BAY:Trout are fair to good on the south shoreline on topwaters and soft plastics. Whiting and sand trout are good on the edge of the Intracoastal on fresh shrimp.

WEST GALVESTON BAY: Trout are fair to good in the mud and shell on MirrOlures and Corkies. Sheepshead, redfish and black drum are good at the jetty on shrimp and crabs.

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Fishing Report Provided by Topp Dogg Guide Service - Alan Pereyra
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Fishing Report
December 11, 2014

Well it has been a long time since I have posted a report on my Galveston Fishing reports page. Most of my daily or weekly reports will be posted on our Google+  Facebook page. More people follow social media pages than website reports. Times change  we have to change with them. I will still try to post at least 2-3 times a month on this page. I want to encourage anyone looking to purchase a different gift for that someone special to think about getting them a gift certificate for a future Galveston Bay fishing trip or a seat at my 3rd annual Galveston Bays Fishing Seminar, that will be held on Saturday April 25th, 2015. You can check out all the details at www.galvestonbaysfishingseminar.com or call me. As for fishing lately it has been excellent to good. We have had a couple of days that were a bit slow, due to windy conditions  lack of tidal movement. Fall fishing is typically action packed with smaller juvenile fish mixed in with keeper trout from 15-20 inches. Now Fall fishing in Galveston can be some of the best fishing all year especially when everything comes together weather wise. We have had some days where we have caught 50-75 trout  we have also had some 10-20 trout days. Every day is different, especially in the Fall. My brother  I have been using live shrimp under a popping cork for our best results. We have also used some Down South soft plastics for feeding birds. Dark colors like purple, red  plum with a glow tail have been most productive for us. We still have some opens for the next couple of weeks, so give us a call if you are interested in getting out. Here are some pictures from some of our recent trips. Until next time, see you on the water. 

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