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The Galveston County Daily News : Fishing Report

September 2, 2014

Fishing Report

Top Story

Fish were biting on Labor Day

Holiday visitors finally got a break in the weather on Labor Day.

  • icon Posted: September 02

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Monday 09/01/2014
Conditions beginning to improve
Posted: September 01, 2014

Conditions are beginning to improve and the fishing is picking up.

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Sunday 08/31/2014
Summer patterns winding down
Posted: August 31, 2014

August is ending on a sour note as far as fishing is concerned.

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Saturday 08/30/2014
Run of bull reds approaching
Posted: August 30, 2014

Bull red time is approaching, and it won’t be long before the first major run of reds in the surf takes place. 

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Friday 08/29/2014
Fishing tournament winds down
Posted: August 29, 2014

This weekend winds up the CCA-Texas Star Fishing Tournament with the final bell sounding Monday.

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Thursday 08/28/2014
Nighttime the right time for trout
Posted: August 28, 2014

Fishing continues to be on the slow to nonexistent side as moderate to strong easterly winds combined with stormy weather controlled the picture Wednesday.

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Wednesday 08/27/2014
Reds will soon be anglers’ target
Posted: August 27, 2014

Not much took place on the fishing scene Tuesday as several factors came together to keep anglers off the water. The beginning of the school year did as much to keep anglers away as anything, and the unfavorable weather forecast added another reason.

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Tuesday 08/26/2014
Excellent conditions turn sour
Posted: August 26, 2014

The forecast for the next several days has changed, and what appeared to be some excellent conditions for fishing are turning into stormy weather with easterly winds taking control.

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Monday 08/25/2014
Tips for keeping live bait alive
Posted: August 25, 2014

The recent illustration depicting how to hook live bait has drawn several comments and questions regarding live bait and keeping it alive during the warm summer months.

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