Winter tides rolling in

By Darlene McCormick Sanchez

Lone Star Outdoor News

Photo from Capt. Nathan Beabout

Milder temperatures mean steady winter fishing along the Texas coast. Capt. Nathan Beabout reported slick calm conditions before the cold front this weekend with redfish crushing topwaters and Down South Lures’ dirty tequila. “We are finally seeing some winter tides down here, and this will start to concentrate fish into some of the winter hot spots, and shorelines,” Beabout said.

With milder than normal temps for this time of year, Beabout expects fishing will remain steady – and for the crowds to pick up.

“I know in the coming weeks with deer and duck season coming to an end our waters will see more traffic than normal on pretty weekends,” he said.

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