Captain Bryan’s Fishing Report, 6-21-22

By Captain Bryan Brawner
East Bay remains good with some of the best conditions in years. Fish can be caught on most mid bay reefs with tide movement keying on slicks and bait activity. The Bolivar beach front is excellent along with the beach front in Galveston west end. The only drawback now could be the excessive heat which will push the fish to deeper waters. When the bay gets still and slow, some of the deeper gas wells, Fort Travis , and the jetties can be good. Fish deeper with free lined shrimp rigged with a split shot matching current to get it down. The jetties are also producing a lots of large specks..

I will mainly be running catfish trips the next few weeks at Lake Conroe. Skip the ferry traffic and come fishing! Text or e-mail me for special prices on catfish charters. We are catching lots every trip!

Catfish are good now in structure at varied depths between 14-22 ft.

Crappie are scattered on brush tops and remain a slow bite during the day. Hybrids are running in small schools and are hitting some top waters early. Black bass have been good for me in brush piles and structure in 17-25 ft depth. Crankbaits like 6th Sense C15 have been producing the larger fish.

I have moved my boat to Lake Conroe and am offering guided charters there now for channel catfish, crappie, largemouth bass, and hybrids. Lots of fun and catching!

I have weekday specials available now available for my readers and past customers of classes and charters.

I will continue with updated report content from myself and several other contributors for East Bay and for other areas of the bay system.

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