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Freeport, Texas Fishing Report

Freeport, Texas Fishing Report

Freeport Fishing Report – Summertime Fishing Inshore & Offshore Hot Fishing Current Water Temperatures San Luis Pass:  83.5 F USCG:  85.5 F   This has been a great summer for Fishing in Freeport, Texas, and as we move to the end of August – the fishing outlook is looking great.  The last few weeks, our Freeport Fishing Charters have been…

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2019 Texas Red Snapper Season

2019 Texas Red Snapper Season

2019 Texas Red Snapper Season   Some outstanding news has been announced from the Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council.  The 2019 Red Snapper CFH Season will open June 1 at 12:01 am and run thru August 2 – 12:01 am local time.  62 days is more days than we have seen in many years to be able to harvest…

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Freeport Texas Fishing Reports

Freeport Texas Fishing Reports

The Upper Texas Gulf Coast historically has been the gem fishery of the Lone Star State for decades.  Deep water channels, shallow sand flats, oyster beds, grass beds, and miles of jetties that connect Galveston Bay and the Bay’s of Freeport to the Gulf of Mexico.  Deep water holes, channels and canals give refuge when water temperatures drop in the…

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Spring Break 2019 Freeport, Texas Fishing

Spring Break 2019 Freeport, Texas Fishing

Freeport, Texas has long been a great Family Spring Break Destination.  Very close proximity to the major Cities of Texas – Galveston, Houston, Dallas, Austin, San Antonio, College Station and more – Families from all over come to Freeport for their Spring Break Vacation.  Beautiful Beaches, Mild Temperatures, Museums, Space Center Houston, and our favorite – Fishing in Freeport, Texas! …

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Freeport Texas Fishing Reports

Freeport Texas Fishing Reports

Freeport Texas Fishing Report – Winter Time Red Fish & Speckled Trout Water Temperature: San Luis Pass:  53.1 F US Coast Guard Station Freeport:  55.6 F 60 Miles South Freeport:  68.4 F   The Fishing Report for Freeport, Texas has been consistently good between the frontal systems and the rain fall they are carrying with them.  The red fish bite…

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