Updated on June 30, 2022
We hope those in Texas have recovered from the storm. Our team at Captain took turns losing power and water and now that it's 70 degrees and sunny in Austin, last week just feels like a bad dream...
If only it was. Winter Storm Uri left a devastating impact on Texas, including our Texas ecosystems. Up and down the coast, water temperatures dropped to the 40's and 30's causing widespread fish kills.
Conservation will be the key to a quick and full recovery, which is why we've launched our Help Bring Texas Fisheries Back Campaign. More below.
Read up on the origins of Winter Storm Uri, the fish kill it caused, and how we can Help Bring Texas Fisheries Back:
"At Captain Experiences, we believe introducing more anglers to the sport is good for conservation- if more people learn to enjoy our natural resources, they'll learn to respect and protect them as long as they understand how."
Texas Guides Offer Catch and Release
We've worked with our Damn Good Guides in Texas to offer discounted catch and release trips for anglers interested in helping our fisheries recover. Please see below:
Other Fishing News:
Snapper Season is booking up fast across the Gulf from South Padre to St. Pete. Check out the link above for everything you need to know for Snapper Season 2021, and lock in one of our Red Snapper trips here today!
Our team is always available to answer any questions at 833-CAPTAIN (833-227-8246).
Weekly Fishing Reports from our
Damn Good Guides
Beyond the Texas fish kill, there was some fantastic fishing to be had with our Damn Good Guides last week. See below for monster Hogfish and Porgy out of Clearwater, more Wahoo than you can count out of Venice, and a giant Hammerhead on the fly out of Islamorada!
Review of the Week:
"Our trip was perfect- Richard is very knowledgeable of the lake and the fish behaviors. If you want to catch a limit of fish you won’t be disappointed!"
− Otis on fishing Lake Conroe with Richard