Texas Gulf Coast INSHORE Fishing Report Week of February 21st 2024

Sabine Lake FAIR. 58 degrees. Bessie Heights Marshes continue to offer anglers a reprieve from the wind while reeling in limits of redfish, sheepshead or drum in the ditches and points off the Neches River. Sabine Lake and Neches River is fresh on the north end, so target fish on the south end focusing on the points and drops. There … Click Here to Read More

Texas Gulf Coast INSHORE Fishing Report Week of February 14th 2024

Sabine Lake FAIR. 58 degrees. Bessie Heights Marshes continue to offer anglers a reprieve from the wind while reeling in limits of redfish, sheepshead or drum in the ditches and points off the Neches River. Sabine Lake and Neches River is fresh on the north end, so target fish on the south end focusing on the points and drops. There … Click Here to Read More

Texas Gulf Coast INSHORE Fishing Report Week of February 7th 2024

Sabine Lake FAIR. 58 degrees. When the winds are persistent fish the Bessie Heights Marsh ditches for drum, sheepshead and redfish using Carolina rigged live shrimp, or live shrimp with a popping cork. When the winds allow, redfish are good along the shorelines, points and drops in Sabine Lake using live shrimp with a popping cork. Redfish, sheepshead and drum … Click Here to Read More

Texas Gulf Coast INSHORE Fishing Report Week of January 31st 2024

Sabine Lake FAIR. 54 degrees. Sabine Lake is stained after the recent cold fronts. Limits of redfish, drum and sheepshead in the Bessie Heights area and ditches leading into the marsh in 6-8 feet of water Carolina rigged live shrimp, or live shrimp with popping cork. Fish are on the Neches River on shell banks, points and drops. When the … Click Here to Read More

Texas Gulf Coast INSHORE Fishing Report Week of January 24th 2024

Sabine Lake FAIR. 52 degrees. After another cold northern limits of redfish can be caught in the marsh ditches feeding on mullet and mud minnows. The Neches River is very low after the cold fronts, best catches in marsh canal points and rocks with 1/16 ounce jigheads on 5 inch red shad plastics. Lots of sight casting in the banks. … Click Here to Read More

Texas Gulf Coast INSHORE Fishing Report Week of January 17th 2024

Sabine Lake FAIR. 52 degrees. Fishing primarily in the Neches River and marshes for sheepshead, drum, with some redfish mixed in. Fish in 12 feet of water with Carolina rig with live shrimp. Limits of redfish and some trout off the Neches River shell banks and rock piles, points and turnarounds. The water is low in the system after the … Click Here to Read More

Texas Gulf Coast INSHORE Fishing Report Week of January 10th 2024

Sabine Lake GOOD. 58 degrees. The forecasted norther will keep anglers off the lake due to cold temperatures and high winds. Best success will be fishing the Neches River while the blustery winds blow. Trout, redfish, flounder and very nice catfish can be caught off the rocks, points, shell banks and drops with Carolina rigs in 4-20 feet of water. … Click Here to Read More

Texas Gulf Coast INSHORE Fishing Report Week of January 3rd 2024

Sabine Lake GOOD. 58 degrees. Sabine Lake is good for redfish drifting tight along the bank keying on mullet in 2-4 feet of water on points, drops and bayous with 3.5 inch soft plastics with a 1/4 ounce jig heads. Trout are in the winter pattern and can be caught drifting with submerged baits in 2-6 feet of water off … Click Here to Read More

Texas Gulf Coast INSHORE Fishing Report Week of December 27th 2023

Sabine Lake GOOD. 58 degrees. Winds have been blowing out of the north wind so most fishing has been on the north end. Redfish and speckled trout are good in the Neches River with live shrimp under a popping cork or Carolina rig with live shrimp on the rocks, points, drops and turnarounds. When the winds blow out of the … Click Here to Read More

Texas Gulf Coast INSHORE Fishing Report Week of December 20th 2023

Sabine Lake GOOD. 60 degrees. Limits of trout and limits of redfish are good in the morning drifting points and bayous in Sabine Lake off the bottom with 3/4 ounce silver and gold spoons, or 3/4 ounce glo chartreuse 5 inch plastics. Early morning North Levee bite for speckled trout on topwaters, and 5 inch plastics, then live shrimp under … Click Here to Read More