Captain Jeff Brandon Fishing Report, 1-23-24

By Captain Jeff Brandon
Surface water temperature 47 degrees, water clarity stained for the most part, as a number of our areas have been blown out by the continual winds. The pattern remains unchanged, as success remains back in the marsh/bayou areas where one can get some protection from the wind and waves. This Redfish bite has still been consistent in areas where good current flow has bait up against the shorelines/grass lines in 1 to 3 feet of water around oyster shells on Wac Attack Tails in Rollover Moon, fished with 1/8 oz heads, as well as fished under a Fish Smack popping cork, with an 18” leader. The trout once again this week have preferred a super slow presentation, targeting deeper pockets close to channel bends with shell, triggering the most bites. The lighter the jig head determined by the wind and current, the better, for a slow fall, as the bites have been lite for the most part. Looking forward to the warming trend this week to get the water temps on the rise. We have not seen any dead fish floating since the recent hard freeze, which is a positive for East Bay.

Until Next Time – Captain Jeff Brandon
Get the Net Guide Services, LLC – Year-Round Fishing Guide
1183 N Stingaree Dr, Crystal Beach, Texas 77650

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