This Lower Laguna Madre Fishing Map is an inshore two-sided saltwater fishing map of the Laguna Madre from Baffin Bay to the Rio Grande River. Access to this large fishing area is from west Baffin Bay, Port Mansfield, and Port Isabel. Many of the fishing areas on this Lower Laguna Madre Fishing Map are in remote areas of the Laguna Madre. Because there is less “fishing pressure”, the fishing is very good for these remote spots. Another “special” area featured on this map is Baffin Bay. This bay is full of unique “worm rocks” that hold some of the largest Speckled Trout in Texas! The map has GPS numbers for fishing spots, marinas, boat ramps, and other locations.
Lower Laguna Madre Top Fishing Spots
- Baffin Bay
- Port Isabel
- Land Cut
- Port Mansfield
- Cullen Bay
- Medio Island
- Caballo Island
- Arroyo Flounder Hole
- A valuable Lower Laguna Madre fishing and information resource.
- Laminated. Great Detail. Depths to 1 foot.
- Approx. 25″ x 37″. Two-sided.
- Ships by next business day.
Laguna Madre is found between the mainland of South Texas and Padre Island between the Nueces River and the Rio Grande. The climate is dry and it is sometimes referred to as the Wild Horse Desert. Its western shore, a large part of which is included in the King Ranch, is marked by sand dunes, yucca, prickly pear, century plants and oak trees bent by the wind. The lagoon is split by a 20-mile (32 km) expanse of sand flats. These Saltillo Flats, which are located about 40 miles (64 km) from the northern extreme near the John F. Kennedy Memorial Causeway in Corpus Christi. This is Upper Laguna Madre.