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#12558104 - 12/31/17 11:26 AM Cold front, water temps, and tuna
Max_S Offline

Registered: 09/29/12
Posts: 131
Loc: Austin, TX
According to the forecast, the TX Gulf coast is in for several days of lows in the upper 20's/low 30's and highs in the upper 30's/low 40's. I'm sure it won't be quite that cold 70-100+ miles offshore, but there's still bound to be a significant drop in surface temperatures.

If we get a 5-10 degree drop in surface temperatures, is that likely to drive the tuna (both yellowfin and blackfin) further offshore and/or down to deeper water? Isn't about 68-70 degrees about the lower limit for both of them?

#12561498 - 01/02/18 03:36 PM Re: Cold front, water temps, and tuna [Re: Max_S]
karstopo Offline

Registered: 05/22/16
Posts: 482
Loc: Brazoria County

Link says 64 and 65 degrees, respectively.

current water temperature at buoy 60nm south of Freeport, 72 degrees.

#12568520 - 01/08/18 07:32 AM Re: Cold front, water temps, and tuna [Re: Max_S]
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Registered: 09/14/04
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Good luck either way.

" Success is a ladder you can not climb with your hands in your pockets."

#12568532 - 01/08/18 07:44 AM Re: Cold front, water temps, and tuna [Re: Max_S]
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Registered: 07/01/04
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Loc: Fulton, Texas
tunas are still there, killer report from Hoover just posted on 360tuna.
about 50/50 lures to bait.
just get out there!


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