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fishing the next few months Port A and Galveston? #13297317 09/30/19 01:06 PM
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Hey guys,

So, did not get my boat ready in time to get out there during the summer, but I expect it should be sea-worthy this next month (October)... but definitely by November. I am planning my "fall/winter/spring and am curious...never really fished much in the latter/beginning part of the year off the coast...always went hunting.. heh

How's fishing later and early in the year? What all do you go for?

I have been on a few tuna runs, when someone else was doing the driving, but never with my own boat.

Anything worth going out there for?

I know, fish are always there, but they can be slow when they are cold.. I sure know I am.. lol

Just trying to see if it is worth taking her out or better to go see the in-laws who are close to rainbow trout wink

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for me, deer season is the best fishing. less traffic and more fish. i can't tell you how many times i've been sitting in a deer stand, looking at the weather and wishing i was fishing.


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Now until New Years is the best time to be on the bay.


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Re: fishing the next few months Port A and Galveston? [Re: JohnRussell] #13297446 09/30/19 03:40 PM
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Eh, my boat is not a great bay boat heh.. albeit it will float in about 2ft of water, pretty heavy, and getting it stuck would not be a fun "adventure", but, probably handle deeper water in the bay alright. I seem to recall some areas in Baffin that would still be fishable.

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Wasn't the OP talking about offshore fishing?

Inshore, the fall and winter are outstanding times to go. Less people, more comfortable conditions, plenty of fish to chase.

Edit: looks like my post and the OP response crossed in the night.

Last edited by karstopo; 09/30/19 03:44 PM. Reason: Op response
Re: fishing the next few months Port A and Galveston? [Re: JohnRussell] #13297718 09/30/19 08:38 PM
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Texas snapper fishing can be good in winter. Also some ling may still be around into November. We caught some nice kings and jacks on 1/4 of this year at the Baker rig. Just watch the weather very closely, and the good weather opportunities are less in the winter.

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Originally Posted by JohnRussell
I seem to recall some areas in Baffin that would still be fishable.


I don't think i'd take that boat in Baffin.

both inshore and off shore can be great during the fall, winter, and spring. Fish are there, and it's just a matter of finding where they are. when you find them, they still eat.

Start with bull reds in the nearshore area just outside of jetties and passes. Red snapper and tuna also available.

Yeah the OP's looked like offshore... but that's ok. there's good fishing in both.


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