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This week's fishing report is provided by Mark Gonzales. Check out his IG at @3rdcoastanglers. This report is for the Upper Galveston Bay area. Mark got in the water by 9:30 am and fished until 3:30 pm. Water clarity was slightly stained with visibility to about 3ft. and water temperature around 45 degrees. Mark was able to hit the minor feeding period and part of the major feeding period on an outgoing tide. Note* if you're looking for more information about major and minor feeding periods, I'll be writing an article about that soon, but for now, check out Tides4Fishing.com...

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Dirty Water Lures, Fishing Report, Fishing Techniques, Speck Lures, Weekend Update -

This week's fishing report is provided by our buddy Tim J. Chapman In the Galveston Bay complex (spot undisclosed haha) trout were hot on soft plastics. Water quality was good at 1-2 ft. visibility. Trout were holding in 6-8ft. of water over sandy guts. The most effective lure color was black and gold. Slow rolling on the bottom was the best retrieval style. Stay tuned each week for more fishing reports along the Texas coast. Color Recommendations: Flex Mullet "Dirty Dorado" Flex Mullet "Dorado" Flex Mullet "Bayou Magic" Q-Tail "Lucky Croaker"

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