If your house is on the water of Copano there are a few reefs of Egery Island Rd that could be productive if there isn't too much wind. You can see them on Google Earth when you set the imagery history to 2009. The Aransas River area can be good for reds along the shoreline. The back lakes you'll see in GE hold reds, but are difficult to fish during the summer months because they get overgrown with moss and grass (and gar).
Another wind protective place which I like during summer months is Rattlesnake Pt from the Rattlesnake Pt launch. There's decent grass and sand in front of the bulkhead leading out to the point.
The Swan Lake launch at the end of the Copano Retreat Rd is a good area too. There's a reef right off the launch which I like to wade fish from when I'm yak-less. The paddle to Swan Lake is good for reds along the shoreline and trout in the guts through the islands on the north side of it. Though this spot is susceptible to SE winds.
Here's a link to Google Maps
with launch locations.
Shrimp under a popping cork will give you the best chances. If you're wanting to throw plastics a bone topwater, a couple of soft plastics (Bone, Chicken on a Chain, Plum/Chartreuse, Texas Roach aught to do it), and a gold weedless spoon. Artifical Shrimp such as DOA or Gulp under a slip cork works well too.
The Boiling Pot has been open, though just the outdoor seating area. It's been awhile since I was down so they could have the entire restaurant open again by now. One of my favorite places is 495 Chesapeake Eats, a little pricey but great place to splurge.