|Mud Island in Aransas Bay|
|GPS Coordinates – N 27°56.635' W 97°01.266'|
The northwest side of the Island is also known as the Outside of Mud Island and is a mixture of sand and grass that drops off into Aransas Bay. The southeast side is also known as the Inside of Mud Island and is a mixture of grassy flats that drop off into numerous guts, channels and holes. These areas can be good for trout and redfish most of the year. The sandy areas on the outside of mud Island can be a good place to gig flounder in the fall.
This area is good for wade fishing. Wade fishing can be very rewarding but can also can be dangerous for the inexperienced angler. Watch out for holes, drop-offs, soft bottoms, oyster shells and stingrays.
A history of fishing reports for Mud Island. Maybe you can find a seasonal pattern or a bait or technique that has worked in the past.
Oct-08-03 • Trout and redfish are fair in the Lydia Ann Channel and around Mud Island on live bait.
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