Foot Fishing the Coastal Bend; a guide to foot fishing the waters around Corpus Christi Bay and the Coastal Bend Waterways
Update: Hurricane Harvey as well as Hannah in 2020 caused extensive damage to some of the Coastal Bend fishing areas included in this book.
All Port Aransas channel piers, the Bob Hall pier, multiple bay flats areas, both Port Aransas jetties, and areas of the eastern Corpus Christi bay shoreline have been altered, damaged , or destroyed. We are in the process of updating FFCB to reflect these changes and will have a post -Harvey edition by the end of 2022. We scouted & fished the areas affected and have found fishing to be better in some areas and about the same in other areas. So far no areas that are accessable & fishable have proven to be really less productive.
Meanwhile some results for 2019 through 2022 scouting some of the damaged areas listed in FFCB are shown below.
Foot Fishing the Coastal Bend is the most comprehensive publication focusing on fishing the waters around Corpus Christi Bay without a boat.
FFCB covers fishing locations in Corpus Christi Bay, Redfish Bay, Corpus Christi ship channel, the Upper Laguna Madre, Oso Bay, Nueces Bay, and the Gulf of Mexico surf. Sportsmen visiting the Corpus Christi, Portland, Aransas Pass, Port Aransas, or Padre Island areas will find that FFCB will give them a greater advantage when planning their fishing strategy.
Whether you want to wade fish one of the bays or the surf, or if you wish to stay dry and fish from the bank, a pier or jetty; FFCB will help give you the tactical advantage needed to find ideal fishing spots. Foot Fishing the Coastal Bend covers in great detail
48 bank/wade fishing spots, 13 bay/channel piers, 3 Gulf jetty sets, 2 Gulf piers, 1 long stretch of the Gulf of Mexico beach.
FFCB targets non-boating fishing locations along the Coastal Bend and explains the waters of these areas and what fish you can expect to catch, not so much about how to fish and what tackle and gear to use while fishing these waters.
Anyone that fishes the area once/twice a year or has never fished the Coastal Bend will find FFCB a tremendous help in figuring out where to fish. FFCB is available in Ebook & paper & ink form right now, while a mobile app is being developed as a part of the purchase.
Ebook is PDF file & T.O.O. offers unlimited text support and email assistance with the purchase of either electronic or paper edition of FFCB.
When a buyer texts T.O.O. where they will be fishing and the type of fishing they want to do, T.O.O. will return a text with a suggestion or two on where to fish. Same support is offered via email, we'll offer suggestions based on what fishing folks want to do and what they've got going on.
For roughly the price of a quart of live shrimp or a few dozen croaker, the combination the FFCB information from the book and text/email support, makes this an outstanding way to plan your fishing along the Coastal Bend .
Ebook price: $24.99 (includes Texas sales/internet tax) Print/Ink price: $38.89 ( includes Texas sales/internet tax, supplies cost, and shipping) Save money, time, and paper by buying a FFCB eBook! Both options include unlimited text/email support on suggested fishing locations along the Coastal Bend!
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Mustang Island Surf '12
C.C. Bay '12
Mustang Island Surf '12 (date stamp wrong)
2018 & 2019 post Harvey damage scouting results
Fish are still there.
C.C. Bay '10
C.C. Bay '10
Redfish Bay Red '12
C.C. Bay Specks
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