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East and West Galveston Bay Fishing Reports

By: Capt. Mark Salazar

Its been a little windy and we have had some rain but the fishing has been decent. So far, all the customers I have taken out in the last week have gone home with a gallon of fillets. We have fished anywhere from West Bay to Trinity Bay. The trout have been plentiful and there have been a few Redfish, but that's fixing to change, just like the weather. April should really be bringing in the big fish and that will also be a good time to start wade-fishing.

Just keep in mind that even though the weather changes day to day, that's why you hire a professional fishing guide. That's my job to know where the fish are or will be in any kind of weather, and I will also let you know whether it's worth your hard-earned money to go out or not and can reschedule your trip. I am just as excited about catching fish as the next person.

"Tight Lines"

Capt. Mark Salazar

Capt. Mark Salazar of Tides & Tails Guide Service specializes in fishing for trophy trout, flounder and redfish by either drift or wade fishing. Capt. Mark has been fishing in the Galveston Bay waters for 17 years and definitely has the knowledge, experience and capability to ensure that you experience an exciting time fishing in Galveston Bay! Capt. Mark fishes east and west portions of Galveston Bay mainly using artificial lures, which is furnished to customers. (Live bait is an additional charge).

Capt. Mark runs a 2004 custom built Tran Sport boat powered by a 200 HPDI Yamaha motor, including all electronics and meets all coast guard requirements. The Transport can comfortably hold up to four people, and if needed, arrangements can be made with additional boats and guides for larger groups.

 

     

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