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North Padre Texas Classic

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Bay/Jetty Fun! - 30'

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trip description for Bay/Jetty 32' in Galveston

7 hour trips only start in the morning at 7am! 4-hour trips start at 7am or 1pm. On these bay and jetty trips you'll be fishing comfortably aboard a big boat chasing flounder, sharks, jacks, stingray, oversized red fish, trout, spanish mackerel, black drum & other types of fish. Read More

Inshore, Jetty Fishing Charter near Port O'Connor

Bay/Jetty 32'

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Fishing in Port Aransas
Fishing in Port Aransas
Fishing in Port Aransas
trip description for Epic Inshore Fishing in Port Aransas

There are plenty of fun things to do for families looking for a great vacation, or just friends looking to get away for a few days to enjoy and relax in the great Texas outdoors while fishing. The coastal scenery of the Port Aransas area bays, teeming with a large variety of fish species, is second to none! The 26’ Majek is a unique shallow water boat that can accommodate up to 4 comfortably with the ability to run in less than 6” of water, giving you the ability to get where most boats won’t dare to go (where the big ones hide) You will be welcomed by a friendly smile, treated like family, and taken well care of when booking with us. Come and join our many satisfied clients and friends. All Rods, Reels, Tackle, Live Bait (When Available), and Ice is provided so all you need to bring is your Texas fishing license and some snacks and drinks, and Captain Steven will take care of the rest! Read More

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trip description for Galveston Jetty Trip in Galveston

Hop on board with Captain Robert and prepare for an action-packed day of fishing the jetties! The jetties are the perfect spot for the unique experience of catching offshore fish inshore. On this 4-hour trip, Captain Robert will take you close-by off the coast of Galveston where you can expect to target Black Drum, Flounder, Redfish, and Sheepshead. To attract these elegant fish you'll be using various fishing techniques such as light tackle, heavy tackle, bottom fishing, and trolling. Whichever technique you use, Captain Robert has you covered. Captain Robert fishes aboard a 30’ Grady White center console, with a capacity for six people. Powered by twin 250 HP Yamaha engines, the vessel is safe and steady on its way offshore and even has a bathroom. The vessel is complete with a GPS and a fishfinder to help you get one on your line. Captain Robert will provide all rods, reels, and tackle. All you need is a valid Texas fishing license as well as some food and drinks. These family-friendly trips can host up to 6 people, so make sure you bring some good company! Read More

Jetty, Nearshore Fishing Charter near Port O'Connor

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trip description for Flats and Backwaters on Artificials in Aransas Pass

Captain Larry knows how to get you on the Trout and Redfish in Copano and Mesquite bay! He likes to fish the grassy flats and back lakes using topwater baits, wakebaits, and Downsouth lures to find fish. He's also experienced at wading and drifting these flats and backwater lakes, so whatever suits your fancy, Captain Larry can make it happen. Casting and retrieving these artificials is a lot of fun and makes each strike that much more exciting! This area holds trophy Trout in the 30-inch range and big-time Redfish, and these big fish can't resist the temptation to whack a shiny, twitchy artificial lure that enters their territory. Bring your waders if you're into stalking these fish on foot, your food and drinks of choice, and get ready for an awesome day of inshore sportfishing with Captain Larry! Read More

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trip description for Nearshore Trophy Thrills with Captain Shannon in Galveston

Captain Shannon has a reputation for helping people reel in some trophy-sized fish! Captain Shannon will help you target Blacktip Shark, Cobia, and Kingfish throughout your 5 hour trip on the water. You can expect to fish anywhere between 5 and 15 miles offshore. With Captain Shannon’s 31 foot Ocean Master, you’ll be out on the water in no time. These trips host up to 6 people. Captain Shannon will provide all the bait and tackle you need for the trip. All you have to bring is a fishing license with a saltwater stamp (applies to all members of the party), food and drinks, an ice chest, and some good company! Read More

Nearshore Fishing Charter near Port O'Connor

Nearshore Trophy Thrills With Captain Shannon

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Fishing in Galveston
Fishing in Galveston
Fishing in Galveston
trip description for Epic Jetty Trip - 21' Mako in Galveston

Climb aboard with Captain Meghan and explore the Jetties of Galveston Bay on her 21’ Mako! These charters are great for any level of fisherman, and especially for families with children. However, you must be at least five years old to ride this ride! On this trip, you'll target classic Texas sportfish, including Redfish, Speckled Trout, Black Drum, and even Sharks! Once you're off the dock, you'll head 5-6 miles out into the Gulf of Mexico, fishing both the North and South Jetties. These jetties are a perfect place for fish to congregate, so you can expect tons of rod-bending action once you're out there. Captain Meghan's 21' Mako center console can accommodate up to 6 people, so bring some friends! She'll provide all the gear you need, so all you need to show up with is a Texas Saltwater Fishing License, some food and drinks, and an ice box for your catch! Finally, you'll be able to purchase live bait for an additional fee. Captain Meghan and her crew will also clean and fillet your fish for you. We hope you have a good recipe for fish tacos! Read More

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Everything to Know About Booking a Fishing Charter in Texas

What are the best fishing charters in Texas?

Why should I book a fishing charter in Texas with Captain Experiences?

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 785 trips in Texas, and the most popular trips in the area are Galveston Jetty Roundup guided by Shannon, Ropin' Reds Inshore Adventure guided by Jim, and Night Time Flounder Gigging guided by Pat.

Our guides in Texas are rated a 4.86 out of 5 based on 3139 verified reviews on Captain Experiences.

All guides on Captain Experiences are licensed, insured, and vetted by our team. You can access their reviews, click through trip photos, read bios to get to know them, and preview trip details like species, techniques, group sizes, boat specs and more.

Looking for kid friendly charters / fishing lessons in Texas? Check out our beginner and family friendly charters in Texas.

What types of fishing charters are common in Texas?

Deep Sea fishing is the most popular in Texas as well as inshore fishing, flats fishing, and nearshore fishing.

The most commonly sought after species in Texas are: 1. redfish, 2. speckled trout, 3. black drum, and 4. flounder.

The most common fishing techniques in Texas are light tackle fishing, artificial lure fishing, and live bait fishing but bottom fishing and drift fishing are popular as well.

How much do Texas fishing charters cost?

in Texas prices can range anywhere from about $500 to $3,000, but the average price for a half day trip in Texas is $949. The average price for a full day trip in Texas is $1,796.

What month is best for fishing in Texas?

The most popular season for fishing in Texas is summer, and most anglers book their trips 13 days in advance.

Do I need a Texas fishing license and what are the bag limits in Texas?

See here for more information on fishing licenses in Texas, bag limits for target species, and fishing season regulations in Texas. When in doubt, your fishing guide will always know the right rules and regulations in Texas.

What is fishing in Texas all about?

Fishing in Texas is a beloved pastime and a vibrant part of the state's culture, offering a diverse range of angling experiences across its vast landscapes. From the Gulf Coast's saltwater bays to the numerous freshwater lakes and rivers scattered throughout the state, Texas boasts plentiful opportunities for both recreational and competitive fishing. Anglers can target a variety of species depending on their location and preference, including redfish, speckled trout, largemouth bass, catfish, and crappie, among others.

The Texas coast along the Gulf of Mexico is particularly renowned for its saltwater fishing opportunities. Whether casting from a pier, wading in shallow flats, or heading offshore, anglers can pursue prized catches like red snapper, flounder, and kingfish. The bountiful waters near Galveston, Corpus Christi, and South Padre Island attract fishing enthusiasts year-round, drawn not only by the abundance of fish but also by the chance to experience the coastal scenery and warm hospitality.

Inland, Texas offers a wealth of freshwater fishing options. Lakes such as Lake Fork, known for its trophy-sized largemouth bass, and Lake Texoma, famous for striped bass and catfish, draw anglers seeking record catches and memorable outings. Rivers like the Guadalupe and Brazos provide opportunities for fly fishing and scenic drifts amidst stunning natural landscapes. Whether fishing from the shore, a boat, or exploring remote riverbanks, Texas offers a rich tapestry of fishing experiences that cater to anglers of all skill levels and preferences.

What are the most popular months to go fishing in Texas?

Fishing seasons in Texas are influenced by the state's diverse geography and the varying behaviors of its fish species throughout the year. Spring kicks off a busy season as temperatures warm, enticing fish to become more active. Along the Texas coast, this time sees a surge in activity for species like speckled trout and redfish as they move closer to shore and into the bays to spawn. Anglers take advantage of mild weather and favorable tides, often targeting these prized catches with live bait or artificial lures.

Summer in Texas brings warmer waters and longer days, prompting fish to seek deeper and cooler habitats. While inland lakes and rivers may slow down during the heat of the day, early mornings and late evenings offer prime fishing opportunities. Bass fishing, particularly for largemouth and smallmouth bass, remains popular as anglers adjust their techniques to target these fish in deeper waters or shaded areas. Along the coast, offshore fishing for species like kingfish and dorado peaks during this time, with anglers venturing farther out to sea to find the best spots.

Fall signals a shift in fishing patterns across Texas as temperatures begin to cool. This season is highly anticipated for anglers targeting trophy-sized fish, especially in inland lakes where bass and crappie become more active. Cooler weather also brings migratory species like flounder into shallow coastal waters, providing excellent opportunities for shore anglers and those fishing from boats. As winter approaches, fishing slows down in some areas, but certain species like trout and redfish remain accessible along the coast, offering year-round excitement for dedicated anglers willing to brave the cooler temperatures. Overall, Texas's fishing seasons offer a dynamic and rewarding experience for anglers throughout the year, catering to a wide range of preferences and techniques.

What types of fishing are popular in Texas?

Fishing in Texas spans a variety of types and techniques, reflecting the state's diverse aquatic habitats and abundant fish species. Along the Gulf Coast, saltwater fishing is a major draw, with anglers targeting popular species such as redfish, speckled trout, and flounder. Techniques like drift fishing with live shrimp or artificial lures, as well as bottom fishing with cut bait, are effective in the bays and nearshore waters. Offshore fishing for larger species like kingfish, dorado, and snapper involves deep-sea techniques such as trolling with lures or baited rigs, often requiring boats equipped for longer journeys into the Gulf of Mexico.

Inland, Texas offers numerous freshwater fishing opportunities in its lakes, rivers, and reservoirs. Bass fishing is particularly prominent, with lakes like Lake Fork and Sam Rayburn Reservoir known for producing trophy-sized largemouth bass. Anglers employ techniques such as casting topwater lures over submerged vegetation or using jigs and crankbaits to target bass in deeper waters near structure. Crappie fishing is also popular, especially during spawning seasons in the spring, with anglers using techniques like jigging or spider rigging to catch these panfish in abundance.

Texas's rivers provide additional opportunities for fishing, including fly fishing for species like trout in rivers such as the Guadalupe River. Anglers here often focus on matching hatch patterns with artificial flies and targeting riffles and pools where trout congregate. Catfish are another prized catch throughout Texas, with techniques ranging from bottom fishing with stink bait or chicken liver in rivers to jug fishing and trotlining in larger reservoirs. Whether pursuing saltwater giants off the coast or casting for bass in inland lakes, Texas offers a wealth of fishing experiences tailored to every angler's preference and skill level.

What species are popular for fishing in Texas?

Fishing in Texas offers a rich diversity of species to target, catering to both freshwater and saltwater enthusiasts across the state. Along the Gulf Coast, anglers can pursue iconic saltwater species such as redfish, speckled trout, and flounder. Redfish, known for their strength and distinctive bronze color, thrive in marshy areas and along sandy flats, where anglers often use live or cut bait on bottom rigs or artificial lures to entice strikes. Speckled trout, another prized catch, are found in deeper channels and around grassy shorelines, with techniques like drift fishing or casting soft plastic baits proving effective. Flounder, renowned for their tasty fillets, are typically caught using live minnows or artificial jigs near structure or in sandy areas.

Inland, Texas boasts a vibrant bass fishery, with largemouth bass being the most sought-after species. Lakes such as Lake Fork, Falcon Lake, and Lake Sam Rayburn are renowned for producing trophy-sized bass year-round. Anglers employ a variety of techniques including flipping and pitching plastic worms or jigs into dense cover, topwater lures during dawn and dusk, and crankbaits or spinnerbaits along rocky shorelines or drop-offs. Spring and fall are particularly productive seasons as bass move shallow to spawn or feed aggressively before winter.

For those seeking a relaxing day of fishing with guaranteed bites, catfish provide a reliable option across Texas's rivers, lakes, and reservoirs. Channel catfish, blue catfish, and flathead catfish are commonly targeted using baits such as chicken liver, stink bait, or cut bait fished on the bottom. Popular spots include the Trinity River, Lake Livingston, and Lake Tawakoni, where catfish can reach impressive sizes and offer steady action for anglers of all ages and skill levels. Whether angling in coastal waters or freshwater lakes, Texas offers a wealth of opportunities to reel in memorable catches and enjoy the thrill of the hunt.

What are the best places to fish in Texas?

Choosing the best places to fish in Texas depends largely on what type of fishing experience you're seeking, as the state offers diverse opportunities across its vast landscapes. Along the Gulf Coast, destinations like Galveston, Corpus Christi, and South Padre Island are renowned for their excellent saltwater fishing. Anglers here can target a variety of species including redfish, speckled trout, flounder, and kingfish. Whether fishing from piers, wading in shallow flats, or venturing offshore for bigger game fish, these coastal areas provide ample opportunities year-round, with peak seasons varying by species and location.

Inland, Texas boasts numerous lakes and reservoirs known for their exceptional freshwater fishing. Lake Fork, often referred to as the "Bass Capital of Texas," consistently produces trophy-sized largemouth bass. Anglers flock to this lake, as well as others like Lake Sam Rayburn, Falcon Lake, and Toledo Bend Reservoir, for bass fishing tournaments and recreational angling. These lakes offer a variety of habitats including submerged vegetation, rocky structures, and deep channels, making them ideal for a range of fishing techniques from topwater action to deep jigging.

For those who enjoy the serenity of rivers and streams, Texas provides several notable options. The Guadalupe River, particularly downstream of Canyon Lake, is popular for fly fishing enthusiasts seeking rainbow and brown trout in a scenic Hill Country setting. The Brazos River and Colorado River also offer opportunities for bass, catfish, and sunfish, with plenty of access points for bank fishing and boating. Whether you prefer coastal saltwater fishing, thrilling bass tournaments on expansive lakes, or tranquil days along rivers and streams, Texas's diverse fishing destinations ensure there's something for every angler to enjoy throughout the year.

Does Texas have good fishing?

Texas is a fantastic destination for fishing, offering a wide range of opportunities in both freshwater and saltwater environments. The state boasts numerous lakes, rivers, and reservoirs, each providing excellent fishing experiences. Notable freshwater spots like Lake Fork, known for its trophy Largemouth Bass, and the expansive Lake Texoma, home to abundant Striped Bass, are popular among anglers. Additionally, the Guadalupe River offers some of the best Trout fishing in the state, while Lake Amistad and Falcon Lake are renowned for their Bass fishing tournaments. Texas's diverse freshwater ecosystems ensure that anglers can enjoy successful fishing trips year-round.

In addition to its superb freshwater options, Texas offers exceptional saltwater fishing along its Gulf Coast. The coastal areas, including Galveston Bay, Port Aransas, and the Laguna Madre, are teeming with species like Redfish, Speckled Trout, Flounder, and Black Drum. Offshore fishing in the Gulf of Mexico provides opportunities to catch larger species such as Snapper, King Mackerel, and Mahi-Mahi. The state's extensive network of coastal marshes, bays, and offshore waters creates diverse fishing environments that cater to both inshore and deep-sea anglers. The mild climate and long fishing season make Texas's coast an inviting destination for saltwater fishing enthusiasts.

Texas's fishing community is vibrant and well-supported by numerous resources, events, and conservation efforts. The state hosts a variety of fishing tournaments, such as the Texas Bass Classic and the Coastal Conservation Association's STAR Tournament, which draw anglers from across the country. Local bait shops, fishing guides, and charter services provide valuable information and assistance, ensuring that both novice and experienced anglers can make the most of their fishing trips. Furthermore, Texas's commitment to conservation and responsible fishing practices helps maintain healthy fish populations and pristine fishing environments. Overall, with its diverse fishing opportunities, strong community support, and dedication to sustainability, Texas is undoubtedly a top destination for fishing enthusiasts.

Recent Reviews of Captain Experiences

  • ★★★★★
    Myself (gammy) my son, daughter in law and grand-son had a great time. TRENT and his hand ( im sorry I forgot his name) were great!! It was a very relaxing fishing trip. Everything was Chill and fun.. Captain Trent and his helper made sure my grandson reeled in fish, they were very helpful and just all around great fishing guides.we will definitely book again.

    Christel B. with Meghan B. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Excellent experience today, not only were the fish biting but Captain Charles did an awesome job handling our charter. We will be booking again!

    Jaccob M. with Charles B. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Do you want to go fishing or catching? That is a question Captain Jeremiah will definitely answer for you with a resounding "We're going Catching!". He and his boat, The Classic, are based out of Port Isabel where Captain Jeremiah grew up and acquired the skill, knowledge and love for fishing. You might think that you are just going fishing, I mean catching; however, with Captain Jeremiah, you get a lesson on the past, present and future of Laguna Madre, Long Island, Brownsville Ship Channel and the surrounding area, as well as, an occasional sea turtle, shark and dolphins sightings. But let's talk about why are here.....Fish! Captain Jeremiah knows just the right areas to hit and will put you right on top of those Big Reds and then it's time to work it hard. The four of us limited out in the slot range in about three hours, but we were having a blast catching and releasing those that didn't meet the slot requirement....sometimes four hooked at the same time. The last hour, before we headed back to port, was spent trolling which produced a nice Spanish Mackerel and a pretty large Ling. Trust me, next time I go out on a Fishing Charter, it will be with Captain Jeremiah on his Catching Charter!

    Russell R. with Jeremiah N. of Port Isabel, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Had a great time, would definitely book again!

    Isador O. with Jeff N. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Brent was the real deal. It put us on the fish and we made our limit by 8am and was able to just catch and release the rest of the morning. He is very knowledgeable about the best fishing holes. We got to see dolphins, stingrays, and turtles and he was a wealth of knowledge. I strongly recommend Brent and I hear is hunting/fishing combo is to die for. Can’t go wrong here!

    Sean M. with Brent H. of Rockport, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Had a great time! Nelson and Liam were terrific! Can’t wait to do it again!

    Janice W. with Chad B. of Port Aransas, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Amazing morning with Charles. He knew exactly where to go. How to hook the fish and was Johnny on the spot on service. Already setting the next fishing adventure with Charles!

    Cheek C. with Charles B. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Jeff was simply the best! Him and Devin were very helpful with my son! Highly recommend to anyone new to charter fishing or just want a good time! Can't wait to do it again!

    George L. with Jeff N. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    He was great with my son and I. Very patient and worked very hard to move to find fish. We limited on trout, caught some redfish, and multiple trout just under the limit. I would recommend him to everyone

    Laban L. with Mike C. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Jay was great. Put us on the fish right away. We caught many bass. Will go with him again.

    Kyle M. with Jay B. of Honey Grove, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    110% book this guy if your ever in the Austin area. This guide knows his stuff. Myself and a couple of teenagers were on fish quick and the catching lasted the entire trip. He knows the spots and the baits. Complete professional when it comes to accommodating and encouraging guests. We fished Lady Bird Lake and easily caught 40 fish in a morning trip. Most of the fish were heavy, no dinks. Step out of a downtown high rise, onto a boat deck, at Lady Bird and slay them with this guy or hit a surrounding Austin area lake if that’s your thing.

    Bernie M. with Jake K. of Spicewood, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    My husband and teenager daughter went with Kyle and had an amazing time! They said Kyle truly has a gift for fishing and would recommend him to anyone.

    Avery N. with Kyle A. of Port Aransas, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Emilio & Jesse were great! We caught red snapper and had a blast! Waters were a little rough but still had a blast! definitely recommend!

    Ashley L. with Emilio S. of South Padre Island, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Shayne was an awesome guide. It was my two teenage boys and me. We moved several spots and caught about 25-30 trout. We had a great time and enjoyed the fishing trip.

    Matt B. with Shayne M. of Corpus Christi, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    We had a great float trip with Fatties on the Fly! Our guides, Cody and Mitch were fantastic!! They were very knowledgeable of the river how to get us on fish. We had a beginner that had never fly fish before and Cody and Mitch were very patient with teaching him how to cast and catch fish on a fly rod. I would highly recommend Fatties on the Fly for fishing on the Brazos!

    Matt L. with Ben T. of Granbury, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    We had a great time! Emilio and Jesse did everything they could to get us some fish despite some difficult circumstances that were out of everyone’s control. We would definitely book this fishing trip again.

    Chris L. with Emilio S. of South Padre Island, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Mike was great with our two kids. He was extremely patient and chill even during a situation where some equipment got damaged. We went to several different spots to find the fish, and he let everyone fish to their ability.

    Justin D. with Mike S. of Freeport, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Great experience with Corey, we had 2 adults 3 kids and had plenty of room and caught several keeper redfish and trout! We also had a blast catching sharks, catfish, ladyfish, and others - Corey was super knowledgeable, friendly, and patient, we will definitely come back again and book a charter with Corey - we did a 4 hour charter and it went really smooth

    Derek D. with Corey B. of Port Aransas, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Alex is a great guide. Works hard to get on the fish . We really enjoyed the trip with Alex

    Roland H. with Alex C. of Port Aransas, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Doug is an excellent captain! He put us on fish and we caught fish off and on all day! We didn’t catch as many keepers, however we we catching fish! Great day on the water with Doug. Highly recommend him!

    Britton P. with Doug A. of Corpus Christi, Texas

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