Texas Gulf Coast INSHORE Fishing Report Week of April 10th 2024

Sabine Lake GOOD. 68 degrees. Redfish are holding in the potholes, rock and shell in the ICW biting live shrimp under a popping cork. Slot redfish and trout can be caught in the ICW in 12-15 feet of water with red shad quarter ounce jigs during incoming tides. Sabine Channel is good for slot redfish and slot trout with live … Click Here to Read More

Texas Gulf Coast INSHORE Fishing Report Week of April 3rd 2024

Sabine Lake GOOD. 62 degrees. Slot redfish, smaller sized trout, and drum can be caught in the Intracoastal canal on live shrimp under popping cork. North Levee wall is good for nice catches of speckled trout in the morning using live shrimp under a popping cork or 5 inch plastics with 1/16 ounce jig heads. North end of Sabine Lake … Click Here to Read More

Texas Gulf Coast INSHORE Fishing Report Week of March 27th 2024

Sabine Lake GOOD. 65 degrees. Limits of slot redfish and trout in the ICW off points and concrete early in the morning on live shrimp with popping cork. Midday fish the deeper water of Sabine Channel along rock piles, drops and points in 8-16 feet of waters. Lots of sheepshead and drum showing up in the Sabine Channel. North Levee … Click Here to Read More

Texas Gulf Coast INSHORE Fishing Report Week of March 20th 2024

Sabine Lake GOOD. 65 degrees. Limits of redfish with a few trout mixed in are good in Lake Sabine ake on shell, points and drops. Some flounder mixed in as well. Drum are in shallow water cuts in 8 feet of water with live shrimp under a popping cork. Sabine Channel rock piles and bulkheads in 5-12 feet of water … Click Here to Read More

Texas Gulf Coast INSHORE Fishing Report Week of March 13th 2024

Sabine Lake GOOD. 65 degrees. ICW rock piles are good for catches of trout, redfish and sheepshead with live shrimp under a popping cork. Speckled trout are good on the North Levee wall with popping cork under live shrimp, but best midday with any dark 5 inch plastics 1/16 ounce jighead. Redfish, drum and a few trout are being caught … Click Here to Read More

Texas Gulf Coast INSHORE Fishing Report Week of March 7th 2024

Sabine Lake GOOD. 65 degrees. North jetty holding limits of sheepshead and drum, with redfish and oversized bull redfish with live shrimp Carolina rigged. Sabine Channel to the ICW rock piles and shell flats are good for catches of sheepshead, drum, flounder and redfish. Limits of redfish, with nice trout mixed in the Intracoastal Canal. North Levee wall on Pleasure … Click Here to Read More

Texas Gulf Coast INSHORE Fishing Report Week of February 28th 2024

Sabine Lake FAIR. 62 degrees. The Neches River continues to be fresh, so continue to focus efforts on the points and drop in Bessie Heights Marsh with live shrimp under a popping cork for redfish, sheepshead and drum. Limits of redfish on the flats. Redfish are on the rock piles in the ICW with live shrimp under a popping cork. … Click Here to Read More

Texas Gulf Coast INSHORE Fishing Report Week of February 21st 2024

Sabine Lake FAIR. 58 degrees. Bessie Heights Marshes continue to offer anglers a reprieve from the wind while reeling in limits of redfish, sheepshead or drum in the ditches and points off the Neches River. Sabine Lake and Neches River is fresh on the north end, so target fish on the south end focusing on the points and drops. There … Click Here to Read More

Texas Gulf Coast INSHORE Fishing Report Week of February 14th 2024

Sabine Lake FAIR. 58 degrees. Bessie Heights Marshes continue to offer anglers a reprieve from the wind while reeling in limits of redfish, sheepshead or drum in the ditches and points off the Neches River. Sabine Lake and Neches River is fresh on the north end, so target fish on the south end focusing on the points and drops. There … Click Here to Read More

Texas Gulf Coast INSHORE Fishing Report Week of February 7th 2024

Sabine Lake FAIR. 58 degrees. When the winds are persistent fish the Bessie Heights Marsh ditches for drum, sheepshead and redfish using Carolina rigged live shrimp, or live shrimp with a popping cork. When the winds allow, redfish are good along the shorelines, points and drops in Sabine Lake using live shrimp with a popping cork. Redfish, sheepshead and drum … Click Here to Read More