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#10864008 - 05/22/15 12:56 PM Galveston this weekend. Best surf fishing spots???
GarrettM Offline
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Registered: 05/15/13
Posts: 43
Loc: Garland
Hey guys im headed down to Galveston this weekend with the family to do some surf fishing. My dad is hoping to get on some crab also. Ive got everything i need for surf fishing, im taking 5 poles from regular bass rod for bait fish all the way up my 11ft surf rod with penn reel. I would really like to get into some Reds, Flounder and some Sharks if at all possible.

Where are the best places to fish off the bank? I have no desire to be on the big fishing piers since they will be packed and my girlfiend wants space to lay out. Not sure if I should go bay side or surf side. Any info would be appreciated!

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#10871910 - 05/25/15 07:42 PM Re: Galveston this weekend. Best surf fishing spots??? [Re: GarrettM]
seanpwilliams98 Offline
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Registered: 07/18/14
Posts: 201
You can catch a lot of whiting and have a chance to hook into a big red or a shark if you go to the beach and cast out shrimp on the bottom. When you catch a whiting, cut it into smaller chunks and throw them out to catch sharks and maybe reds. Buy live mullet or dead mullet for a Breyer chance at reds. You can also catch HUGE black drums on shrimp and cracked crab.
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#10876464 - 05/27/15 05:30 PM Re: Galveston this weekend. Best surf fishing spots??? [Re: GarrettM]
xmatador Offline
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Registered: 03/16/11
Posts: 198
What sean said. Just make sure you are fishing the guts. That's a common rookie mistake.
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