I've been looking for some report and today this appeared in the Chronicle.
Briefly, 60% of the crop is lost, oyster beds are covered with silt and debris and probably won't recover without very costly intervention.
Not good news for oyster lovers or for the ecology of the bay in general.
The eye of the storm passed right over Galveston Bay but it was storm surge, not wind, that caused the damage.
Robb Walsh of the Press had written a great article on the Galveston Bay oyster industry 4 years back saying it was the most prolific oyster fishery in the nation with just one company there out-harvesting all of Chesapeake Bay.