Speckled Trout Fishing
Speckled trout fishing is hot in May and June and from October through January. Late Spring we catch trout under birds on virtually any lure that we throw. Drifting reefs is also effective during late Spring. In the Fall we catch speckled trout a number of different ways. Working birds is a sure bet when they work but drifting reefs can produce bigger trout at times. Drifting reefs for specs in East, West, and Trinity Bays all part of the Galveston Bay Complex is routine in the Fall. Weather dictates which bays we’ll be trout fishing and we utilize all of them as needed to stay in the hottest areas.
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