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Texas Parks & Wildlife June 12th Fishing Report

Port Mansfield

GOOD. 92 degrees. Winds have finally settled down and the tides have dropped about 6 inches. Fish have pulled off the super shallow flats because of this. Trout and a few redfish are good 18on Mansfield Knockers early and then the bite fades after mid morning. Ball Tails have been a good follow up bait. Report by Captain Wayne Davis, Hook Down Charters. Conditions have been spectacular this last week, the wind has finally given us a break here in Port Mansfield. Target areas where the water depth is about knee to mid thigh deep, in chalky dirty water along grass lines, potholes and grass beds. Best producing plastics have been the MirrOlure Little Johns as well as the Provokers in purple, pink, bone, chartreuse or anything with gold glitter. Reds, speckled trout and flounder are all biting these colors. The biggest thing to remember when picking an area to wade, is making sure to identify baitfish in the area. 2-5 inch profile bait, knee to mid thigh deep in chalky or dirty water have been the most productive areas. Traffic has increased significantly here in Port Mansfield with Summer Break being in full throttle, so remember to always be safe and courteous of other fishermen and boaters in the area. As always, tight lines! Report by Captain Reanna DeLaCruz, Captain Reanna’s Baffin Bay Adventures.

South Padre

GOOD. 86 degrees. The weather has been hot and muggy with a light wind. Trout are good with some redfish on gas well flats drifting with live shrimp on popping cork, small croaker and cut mullet. Trout can also be caught along the edge of the intercoastal free shrimping. Mangrove Snapper with occasional trout can be caught at the end of Brownsville Channel and south jetties. Report by Captain Lou Austin, Austin Fishing South Padre.

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