Galveston Bay Fishing Reports

Your Galveston Bay Fishing Experiences


Embark on a journey into the heart of Galveston Bay's thriving angling scene with Guide Eric Emmert. Through the lens of Spotted Fever Guide Service's meticulous fishing reports, Eric provides invaluable insights into the bay's ever-changing conditions and the abundance of aquatic life awaiting eager anglers. From real-time updates on the latest hotspots to expert tips on targeting prized species like Redfish, Speckled Trout, Flounder, and Black Drum, Eric's dedication to keeping his clients informed ensures every fishing excursion is met with anticipation and excitement.


We get these questions a lot. Is it good to fish in Galveston right now? What month is best to fish Galveston? What is the best bait for Galveston Bay fishing? Well, fishing in Galveston is typically fantastic year-round, but the best time to fish depends on the species you're targeting. Generally, spring and fall offer prime conditions for a diverse range of catches, including Redfish, Speckled Trout, Flounder, and Black Drum. As for bait selection, live shrimp, mullet, and crab are highly effective choices for Galveston Bay fishing, enticing bites from the bay's abundant marine life.


Guide Eric Emmert offers an exceptional fishing experience with his private morning or afternoon charter trips, catering to both early risers and afternoon adventurers. Embarking on a 5-hour journey starting at 5:00 am or a 4-hour excursion commencing at 4:00 pm, anglers are treated to the best of Galveston Bay's inshore fishing opportunities every Saturday and Sunday during the season. With a focus on light tackle and spinning techniques, Eric ensures that every guest has the chance to reel in prized catches like Redfish, Speckled Trout, Flounder, and Black Drum, creating unforgettable memories against the stunning backdrop of the Texas Gulf Coast.

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