Redfish Fishing in Texas
The blue-collar bonefish, as it's sometimes referred to, redfish are extremely popular in Texas. There are many flats opportunities in lagoons stretching from Galveston to the southern tip of the Lone Star state, with the channels between Padre Island and the mainland being a year-round hotspot. Port Mansfield is an insider recommendation for anglers, as this small fishing community can provide you with suitable accommodation and more current tips than you can handle.
The Texas record of 59.5lbs indicates that big bulls are to be found here, and February through early fall is the optimal time to go after them, due to stable weather. The daily redfish imit is three fish between 20 and 28''.
- Redfish fishing in Texas varies slightly throughout the year. High season is February to September. Low season is January and October to December. There is no closed season.