San Luis Pass
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San Luis Pass Fishing Seasons
Despite cooler water temperatures, you can still start your year off with a bang by heading to San Luis Pass, where you’ll find Bull Redfish and Speckled Trouts making an appearance.
Visit the pass in late February, and you’ll be greeted by huge Black Drum! Redfish and Speck fishing remains strong, and you may encounter tasty Sheepshead, too.
The Black Drum run continues through the beginning of March, and huge swarms of Spanish Mackerel enter the pass from the Gulf. Head under the bridge to target the spring Specks that gather here.
Spring has truly sprung, and with it come some world-famous Shark species! The waters of the Gulf push Bull Sharks, Tiger Sharks, Blacktip Sharks, Hammerhead Sharks, and more into the pass.
In the 20’ waters under the bridge, you’ll find Jack Crevalle, trophy-sized Trout, and huge Shark species lurking. The bay and Gulf sides of the pass are both plentiful, with Bull Redfish being a popular catch.
This month sees anglers from far and wide flocking to the pass to take advantage of the incredible Redfish population! The warm weather brings Tarpon, Shark species, trophy Specks, and plenty of other species, too.
The pass is brimming with world-famous fish from both the bay and the Gulf: Redfish, Speckled Trout, Tarpon, Sharks, Jack Crevalle, and more are all on offer. Bull Reds and trophy Trout are especially plentiful in the bay.
If you’re looking to fish the pass now, make sure you book well in advance – the warm weather and abundance of species on offer mean that charters are in high demand! Speckled Trout, Sharks, and more are on offer.
Temperatures start to drop, but the fishing stays hot! Redfish flock in high numbers to every part of Galveston’s bay system, which means you’ll find plenty of them caught in and around the pass.
If you want the waters to yourself, November is a great time to test your skills at San Luis Pass. Many of the Gulf’s species have moved on, but you’ll find huge Redfish and Speckled Trout in abundance.