Saltwater Weekly Fishing Report
Last updated 6/1/2021 at 4:51pm
Compiled by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.
Overall conditions: GOOD. 79-80 degrees. Speckled trout will be along the shorelines or around the jetties and are good on soft plastics or live shrimp. Redfish are best around the jetties, the ship channel, and in shallow marsh areas using soft plastics or mud minnows. Flounder are good around rocks on a minnow.
GOOD. 76 degrees. Redfish and speckled trout can be found by following the birds, working structures, and wading the flats. The best place to wade is along the northwestern and eastern sides of the bay. Flounder are fair on minnow around the rocks.
East Galveston Bay
GOOD. 77 degrees. Speckled trout can be found around reefs using topwater lures or shrimp. Redfish will be found in the surf and around the jetties and are best on shrimp. Sheepshead are fair and will be found primarily around rocks on shrimp.
West Galveston Bay
GOOD. 77 degrees. Redfish and speckled trout will be found over a hard, sandy bottom with scattered shell and are best on shrimp or topwater lures. Sheepshead are fair and will be found primarily around the rocks on shrimp.
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 structures. Sheepshead are good around the dike on mullet.
GOOD. 78-79 degrees. Black drum are good on blue crab, slow bouncing off the bottom around vegetation or structures. Redfish will be found along the flats or shorelines and are best on shrimp. Speckled trout are good on shrimp around edges of structures. Sheepshead will be found around the oyster reefs and are good on live bait. Flounder are good around the rocks on mullet.