Wintertime Kayak Fishing Along the Texas Coast E-mail
Monday, 12 October 2009 06:27

Wintertime fishing along the Texas Coast from Huston to South Padre has been really good this year with water temperature staying in the mid sixties targeting the fish in a 3 to 4 foot water range.

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Being able to be on the water during the is cooler months makes it so much more enjoyable than the summertime, not only are you able to spend more time on the water but it seem  you insert less energy due to cooler temperatures.

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Most of the fish that we've been catching have been hitting slow sinking hard bates like a catch 2000 and riptide paddle tale mullets in various colors. With springtime approaching and the weather along the Texas Coast being as nice as it's been this is a golden opportunity for every one to get your fishing equipment and your kayaks ready for those beautiful sunny days after work and go out and have a good time for a few hours relax and enjoy yourself catching fish will come naturally.

 

As the water warms and you will no longer need Waiters that's the perfect time of year to put the little ones on a kayak and take them out on a sightseeing tour or great fishing experience either way spending time with the family kayaking on the water is one of the greatest joys that anyone can ever have whether you catch fish are not. Always remember to be safe on the water and where your PFD and let someone know where you're going.  If you have an opportunity and you're in the Texas area please feel free to look myself or my teammates us up at  http://www.teamoceankayak.com http://www.fishmansguideservice.com

Thank you Capt. Fil Spencer.

 

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