|Down on the east end of East Matagorda Bay there were
some nice trout caught by wade fishermen using artificials.
There were also trout caught by fishermen who drifted over scattered
shell in East Bay. Redfish were caught over in West Matagorda
Bay along the south shoreline in the Green's Bayou area. At
the fishing pier at the beach speckled trout were being caught
by those using live shrimp.
|A little bit
of fishing goin' on down here but for the most part - miserable.
There were a few reds caught over in West Matagorda Bay today
- along the south shoreline. In East Matagorda Bay clear water
was hard to find - had a couple of reports of reds and a few
trout being caught down on the east end of the bay in the Bird
|The weather continues to be nasty and cold. Unable
to obtain fishing report.
|Wow! That wind has really been blowing here in Matagorda.
The weather was so nasty today - I couldn't find anyone to get
a fishing report from...If you were tough enough to go out fishing
today, write me and let me know -- I'll tell the world what
a dedicated fisherman you are!
|Another slow day of fishing down here. The high winds
and chilly weather persist and should continue through Tuesday
|Very slow day down here - the wind howled like crazy
all day. East Matagorda Bay turned muddy. There were a few sand
trout and whiting caught down around Rawlings.
|A few trout were caught in East Matagorda Bay today
by wade and drift fishermen along the north shoreline on the
west end of the bay. At the jetties there are a lot of whiting
and sand trout being caught right now using fresh dead shrimp.
|There were some trout caught in East Matagorda Bay
by drifting over the deeper shell reefs in mid-bay. The river
below Rawlings Bait Camp was slow today. There were lots of
small keeper trout caught along the south shoreline of West
Matagorda Bay using soft plastics.
Spring is definitely on the way - with the waters in the bays
starting to warm up. For water temperature at Old Gulf Cut,
|Slow day down here - there were few fishermen out
today. A few trout were brought in from East Matagorda Bay by
people who were drifting over the midbay reefs. There were whiting,
sheepshead, and drum being caught between Rawlings Bait Camp
and the mouth of the river.
|East Matagorda Bay produced a fair amount of trout,
mostly by drifting over the deeper shell reefs in mid bay on
the west end of the bay using Bass Assassins, Corkies, and Skitterwalkers.
The Colorado River from Rawlings Bait Camp down to the mouth
of the river produced a lot of whiting for those who used dead
shrimp and fished off the bank.
|There were a few trout brought in from East Matagorda
Bay today - and I had a report of one party limiting out on
redfish in West Matagorda Bay.
|Very low tide today and pretty cold this morning.
I had a few reports of some reds and a few trout being brought
in from East Matagorda Bay by wadefishermen along the south
|It was very windy down here today which kept most
people out of the bays. There were, however, a few trout caught
"here and there" in East Matagorda Bay. The river
between Rawlings Bait Camp and the mouth of the river is still
producing some sheepshead and drum, and there were some whiting
caught in the surf again today.
|The weather was bad this morning and not many fishermen
went out. However, there were some who went out this afternoon.
There were some trout caught in scattered locations in East
Matagorda Bay. Sheephead and drum were caught using dead bait
between Rawlings Bait Camp and the mouth of the river. There
were also lots of whiting caught in the surf.
|Fishing has remained slow down here. There aren't
a lot of fishermen going out. The ones who fished East Matagorda
Bay, though, were able to catch some nice trout down on the
east end of the bay using soft plastics or Corkies.
|There were some trout and flounder caught today in
East Matagorda Bay down on the east end of the bay by wade fishermen
using soft plastics. There is dredging going on at the locks
for the next few days, so you most likely won't be able to get
over to West Matagorda Bay...
|There weren't many reports of fish being caught today.
There were a few stringers of nice sized trout caught in East
Matagorda Bay by drift fishermen around the Raymond Shoal area
and south shoreline areas.
|There was a fair amount of redfish and a few trout
caught in East Matagorda Bay today down around the Brown Cedar
Cut area and the Bird Island Reef using Bass Assassins. We also
had reports of trout being caught on the west end of the bay
by drifting over scattered shell around the tripod area. Wade
fishing in West Matagorda Bay produced reds and trout (more
reds than trout) along the south shoreline in the Green's Bayou
using soft plastics. Offshore fishermen brought in some really
nice sized red snapper.
|In East Matagorda Bay there were a few trout and some
reds caught by wadefishermen and by drifting over scattered
shell around Bird Island Reefs and the north shoreline on the
east end of the bay. Bass Assassins were being used for bait.
Over in West Matagorda Bay there were some reds and trout caught
by wadefishermen around the southeast pocket and Old Parker's
|Fishing is pretty slow. Even though the day started
out nasty, the sun came out and it was a pretty day. There were
a few fishermen who went out today but few fish were brought
in. There were a few trout caught over in East Matagorda Bay
around the deeper shell reefs.
|W.O.W. - Waitin' on Weather.....
|Another bad day for fishing; however,
there were some reds caught up the Colorado River on fresh dead
shrimp. We also had a few reports of trout being caught along
the south shoreline of East Matagorda Bay by wadefishermen who
waded the muddy areas.
|No fishing report available because of the weather.
|In West Matagorda Bay the south shoreline around Green's
Bayou area had a few reds, trout, and flounder caught by wadefishermen
using soft plastics. The Diversion Channel is still producing
some small reds, some keeper reds, and some trout for drift
fishermen. In East Matagorda Bay there were a few trout caught
drifting around the Raymond Shoal area. Whiting and sheepshead
were caught in the river from Rawlings Bait Camp down to the
mouth of the river. I need to point out, though, that there
were few fishermen out there today -- only the real die-hards....
|No fishing report for today - there were few fishermen
out and no reports of any fish caught.
|It was difficult to get a report today - not many
people went out. I did have a couple of reports of trout being
caught over in East Matagorda Bay using fire tiger Bass Assassins
and drifting over some of the deeper shell in mid bay areas.
The river is pretty clear up around Selkirk but no action going
|There's still plenty of action going on down here.
In East Matagorda Bay there were trout caught along the south
shoreline in the south pocket area by drift fishing and working
the mud streaks in the water. Wadefishing also produced a few
trout and reds. The Diversion Channel is still "hot"
- trout and lots of rat reds with some keeper redfish are being
caught. Down at the fishing pier there were whiting being caught
and in the river fishermen are still catching big drum.
|The bays have been kinda slow today. East Matagorda
Bay produced some trout and reds by drifting over the deep shell
reefs. There were also some trout and reds caught by wadefishermen
along the south shoreline. Offshore was real good! Lots of red
snapper and amberjack were caught, and at the first rig there
were redfish and large black drum being caught. From Rawlings
Bait Camp to the jetties, people were catching some big drum
and sheepshead. There were a few flounder being caught at the
mouth of the river. Whiting were caught on the fishing pier
at the beach. And the Diversion Channel is still producing redfish
on soft plastics and shrimp. Pretty good day, huh?