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Fishing Forecast

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MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND includes a chance of rain on Sunday, which is projected to the calm before Monday’s 90 percent chance of rain. Then again, last weekend was expected to be wet but turned out to be mostly sunny, so there’s the chance of a repeat performance. Weather notwithstanding, the area will offer good fishing across the board, with redfish, sheepshead and black drum running strong.

Trinity Bay: GOOD. 79 degrees. Fishing the birds, working structure, and wading the flats are the best methods to fish for redfish and speckled trout. The wading is along the northwestern and eastern sides of the bay. Flounder are fair on minnow around the rocks.

East Galveston Bay: GOOD. 78-80 degrees. Redfish will be found in the surf and around the jetties and are best on shrimp. Speckled trout are starting to hold on reefs and have been good drifting, and the topwater action has been excellent for waders. Catfish are good on cut bait. Sheepshead are fair and will be found primarily around rocks on shrimp.

West Galveston Bay: GOOD. 78-80 degrees. Redfish and Speckled trout will be found in the surf and around the jetties and are best on shrimp. Catfish are good on cut bait. Sheepshead are fair and will be found primarily around the rocks on shrimp.

Texas City: GOOD. 77-78 degrees. Redfish are good over the flats on live shrimp. Flounder are good on live bait around the jetties and wherever there are rocks. Speckled trout are good along the shoreline on shrimp. Black drum are good on blue crab around structure. Sheepshead are good around the dike on mullet.

Freeport: GOOD. 78-79 degrees. Black drum are fair on blue crab, slow bouncing off the bottom around vegetation or structure. Redfish will be found along the flats or shoreline and are best on shrimp. Speckled trout are good on shrimp. Sheepshead will be found around the oyster reefs and are good on live bait. Flounder are good around the rocks on mullet.

East Matagorda Bay: GOOD. 78 degrees. Trout are spawning and will be found mainly in channels around grass mats. Black drum are fair on blue crab around structure or vegetation. Redfish are fair on soft plastics around the reefs and shorelines.

West Matagorda Bay: GOOD. 78 degrees. Wading and drifting remain to be the best methods. Black drum are good on blue crab or shrimp. Trout are spawning and largely found in channels around grass mats. Redfish are good on live bait. Flounder are good on shrimp around the rocks.

Port O’Connor: GOOD. 77-78 degrees. Trout and redfish have been excellent and abundant on down south lures with red/white and a black spoon. Black drum are fair on blue crab or shrimp. Flounder are good around the jetties on shrimp or minnow. Sheepshead are fair near the rocks on live shrimp.

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