Posted By Kris/ In Fishing / Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Dodging "Frozen" Bullets

"February Roars In"
 

Texas RedfishFebruary 
seems to bring some of the toughest Winter weather here on the Texas Coast.  We seem to have dodged a bullet with the freeze over the last week.  Big Trout in the shallower back lakes took the worst hit again this year.  Redfish seem to have fared far better in the back country shallows.  Low water levels contributed to a lack of fish concentrations in these areas and that was a good thing. 


 

Hard Head Catfish took a beating and washed up on area shorelines in some places as far as the eye could see.  Why they were in the bays at this time is somewhat of a puzzle.  The good news, we didn't see a lot of Trout suffering the stunning blows of cold water in the deeper bays.  We're seeing the Winter of 2009 play out again this year and Trout fishing was much improved over 2010.  Hopefully we will see some good freshwater inflows this Spring and further enhance the Trout fishing as we move forward into Summer. 
Tags Redfish

Comments

Add Your Comment

Thank you for posting your comments. We will review them shortly and add them to our blog!

Latest Posts

Posted 8/11/2020/By Kris
We've shifted focus a number of times adjusting to weather
Posted 7/20/2020/By Kris
From upper bay marshes to the surf, fishing continues
Posted 7/7/2020/By Kris
The fish are schooling up as they often due heading into July
Posted 6/24/2020/By Kris
Stable winds have continued to offer guests exceptional boat fishing opportunities
Posted 6/9/2020/By Kris
Wind stability continues the theme of the day as temperatures sky rocket

Castaway Lodge

Centrally located in Seadrift, Texas, Castaway Lodge encompasses two adjacent campuses covering 3.5 acres with 700' of bayou frontage and 15,000 sf of comfort, convenience, and privacy in the Heart of Seadrift!

Castaway Lodge

© Copyright 2020, Castaway Lodge, Inc., All rights reserved.