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trip description for Redfish on the Fly in Port Aransas

Captain Jeff offers fantastic half-day, full-day, and multi-day trips fly-fishing for Redfish along Texas' Coastal Bend. All rods, reels, tackle, and flies are provided—all you need is a current Texas fishing license, snacks, and polarized sunglasses. These trips are great for 1-2 anglers of all skill levels. Nothing beats catching a Texas Redfish on the fly! Note also, Captain Jeff doesn't pay too much attention to the time on his trips. He's out there to make sure you get your shots, not stare at his watch! Read More

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Redfish On The Fly

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Fishing in Rockport
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trip description for ROCKPORT INSHORE in Rockport

Captain Corey welcomes you down to the Coastal Bend to unleash the thrill of fishing in Rockport, Texas! Embark on an unforgettable fishing adventure with Captain Corey, where the pristine waters of Rockport, Texas, meet the expertise of our seasoned crew. He takes great pride in delivering an exceptional fishing experience that caters to anglers of all levels, from beginners to seasoned pros. Our friendly and knowledgeable captain boast years of experience navigating the abundant fishing grounds of Rockport. He will not only lead you to the best fishing spots but also share valuable tips and techniques to optimize your catch. Our captain is licensed, and has over 15 years of experience. Whether you're seeking an action-packed day of nearshore fishing or a serene inshore expedition, we tailor our fishing trips to your preferences. Let us know your ideal fishing experience, and we'll make it happen! To ensure an edge in your fishing endeavors, we equip our boats with the finest fishing gear and technology. From top-quality rods and reels to fish-finding sonar systems, we spare no expense to enhance your chances of reeling in the big one. Fishing is a fantastic activity for all ages. Bring along your family and friends, and create lasting memories together as you bond over the thrill of the catch. Inshore Fishing: Explore the shallow waters of the bays, flats, and estuaries as you target species like Redfish, Speckled Trout, Flounder, and more. Inshore fishing is perfect for those seeking a laid-back experience surrounded by breathtaking coastal views. Read More

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ROCKPORT INSHORE

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trip description for Fly Fishing Rockport in Rockport

If you're looking for a real deal saltwater flyfishing adventure, look no further than Captain Dylan. Dylan lives and breaths flyfishing and moves all around texas to follow the best fishing in season. For his saltwater trips, Captain Dylan usually runs out of Rockport, Texas. However, dependent on various situations and/or time of year—we may fish as far south as Aransas Pass and as far north as Port O’ Connor. Primarily, we will be sight casting for redfish in shallow water with the occasional shot at Black Drum, Speckled Trout, Flounder & Sheepshead. In the spring and summer, when the tides are up, we will have opportunities at Bull Reds and Jack Crevalle in the bay. In terms of gear, Captain Dylan encourages you to bring your own gear, but can also supply you with everything you if need be. If you would prefer to bring your own rod, a 7-8 wt rod with floating line is ideal. On occasion, a larger setup (10-12 wt) may be needed for over Slot Bull Reds, Big Jacks, and even Tarpon. You can go over all these details with Dylan in the days leading up to your trip, you can let Captain Dylan know what you have and what you don't have and he can fill in the gaps. Dylan will supply his own hand-tied flies specifically crafted based on the depth and clarity of the water for the given day. Simple shrimp and crab patterns in various different colors and sizes are go-to's for the texas coast. Variations of the Clouser Minnow, Tarpon Toad, Borski Sliders, Seaducers, Kwan, Crimp, & Gurglers in different sizes (2,4,6) and colors (tan, white, purple, chartreuse, pink) are all great patterns you'll have on board as well. Captain Dylan provides ice, water, and coolers for your adventure. He recommends that you bring polarized sunglasses, your Texas fishing License, hat, sunscreen, boat shoes or non-black soled shoes, rain gear, and a lunch for full-day trips Read More

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trip description for Port A Offshore Super Slam in Port Aransas

If a line-peeling, drag-screaming offshore trip is what you're after, you're in the right place! Captain Scott is a pro when it comes to offshore fishing in Port Aransas, Texas, and he loves to show clients what's out there in the deep blue. On an offshore charter with Captain Scott, you'll hunt down a variety of sportfish species, including Mahi-Mahi, Tuna, and Wahoo—all terrific fighting fish that are great to eat as well. Because these fish love to hit fast-moving lures and bait, you'll focus on trolling at different depths in order to attract bites. When a big Mahi or Wahoo takes the hook, strap in for a fight! These are lightning-fast pelagic fish that do not want to get caught, and getting one over the rail is a challenge. You'll fight the fish from Captain Scott's 42' Hatteras sportfisher, a perfect vessel for offshore fishing. She features a comfortable cabin when you want to get out of the sun, plus a big deck with tons of room for reeling in a trophy! Captain Scott will provide everything you need for an epic trip, including rods, reels, baits, and tackle. We recommend that you bring proper clothing, a hat, sunscreen, and a cooler with some snacks and drinks. Get out there and hook a personal best! Read More

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Port A Offshore Super Slam

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trip description for Luxury Offshore - 55’ Hatteras in Port Aransas

Get out on the open sea and enjoy the fishing trip of a lifetime on this charter with Captain Danny! You'll be fully taken care of on board his luxury 55' Hatteras sportfisher. The adventure will start as you board the boat at the harbor and get a warm welcome from the captain and crew, and wont end till you're back on the dock that night. The boat is well-equipped with the latest fishing technology, including fish finders, GPS navigation systems, and top-of-the-line fishing gear. The experienced crew will guide you through the trip, offering tips on how to catch Tuna, Mahi Mahi, Sailfish, Wahoo, Marlin and a plethora of other species. These fish are a thrill to catch, and offer a serious challenge for anglers at every experience level! Plus, these pelagic species are delicious eating as well, whether you prepare them on the grill or in the oven. During the trip, the crew will keep you comfortable so you can enjoy the blue sky and open sea. This vessel is spacious, with air conditioning and plenty of seating, so you can relax and enjoy the view. As the day draws to a close, you'll return to the harbor with your catch, feeling proud of your fishing skills and grateful for the amazing experience. The crew will clean and prepare your fish for you to take home, and you can head to a local restaurant to have it cooked for you, or even try your hand at preparing it yourself. Overall, a deep sea fishing trip in Port Aransas, Texas aboard this luxury 55' Hatteras sportfishing vessel promises an unforgettable adventure that combines excitement, skill, and comfort, and will leave you with memories that will last a lifetime! Read More

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trip description for Rockport Reds on the Flats in Rockport

Head out with Captain James for an epic day chasing all kinds of inshore sportfish on the bountiful waters of South Texas! The intricate bay systems surrounding Rockport are prime habitat for iconic species such as Redfish, Speckled Trout, and Flounder. You'll be fishing on board Captain James' 23' Majek bay boat. She can handle very skinny water, so you can chase fish all the way into the backwaters! From Jack Crevalle, Speckled Trout, Flounder, Ladyfish, to Redfish, no species is safe when Captain James's is out on the water. He typically likes to use light tackle rigs, throwing artificials and live bait on the bays, or sneak up on fish sunbathing on the flats! Captain James will bring all the necessary supplies for your day out on the water, so all you need to bring are your favorite snacks and drinks, your sun protection, and a Texas fishing license. Book a trip and start wearing 'em out! Read More

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Everything to Know About Booking an Aransas Pass jack crevalle fishing charter

What are the best jack crevalle fishing charters in Aransas Pass?

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 16 jack crevalle trip in Aransas Pass: Aransas Pass Wade or Drift guided by Randy.

Our guides in Aransas Pass are rated a 4.74 out of 5 based on 2718 verified reviews on Captain Experiences.

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Other popular cities nearby for booking a Jack Crevalle charter include Port Aransas, Rockport and Corpus Christi.

Looking for kid friendly jack crevalle guides / fishing lessons in Aransas Pass? Check out our beginner and family friendly jack crevalle guides in Aransas Pass.

What types of jack crevalle fishing charters are common in Aransas Pass?

Deep Sea fishing is the most popular for jack crevalle in Aransas Pass as well as inshore fishing, flats fishing, and nearshore fishing.

The most common fishing techniques in Aransas Pass are light tackle fishing, bottom fishing, and cut bait fishing but drift fishing and live bait fishing are popular as well.

How much do Aransas Pass jack crevalle fishing charters cost?

for jack crevalle in Aransas Pass prices can range anywhere from about $583 to $2,674, but the average price for a half day trip for jack crevalle in Aransas Pass is $820. The average price for a full day trip for jack crevalle in Aransas Pass is $1,675.

What month is best for jack crevalle fishing in Aransas Pass?

The most popular season for jack crevalle fishing in Aransas Pass is summer, and most anglers book their trips 24 days in advance.

Do I need a Aransas Pass fishing license for jack crevalle and what are the bag limits for jack crevalle in Aransas Pass?

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

What is jack crevalle fishing in Aransas Pass all about?

Jack crevalle, known for their aggressive nature and impressive fighting abilities, are a thrilling catch for anglers exploring the waters of Aransas Pass. These powerful fish, often found in schools patrolling the shallows and channels, provide an electrifying angling experience that is sure to get any angler's adrenaline pumping. Jack crevalle are opportunistic predators, readily striking a variety of artificial lures and live bait, making them accessible to anglers targeting a wide range of species in Aransas Pass.

One of the most exciting aspects of targeting jack crevalle in Aransas Pass is their explosive strikes and blistering runs once hooked. Anglers can often locate these formidable fish by observing surface disturbances or diving birds, indicating the presence of feeding jack crevalle chasing baitfish near the surface. Whether casting from a boat or wading in the shallows, anglers can use a variety of techniques such as topwater plugs, swimbaits, or fast-retrieved spoons to entice these aggressive predators into striking, resulting in heart-pounding battles that test both angler and tackle.

While jack crevalle may not be prized for their table fare like some other species, their sheer strength and ferocity make them a highly sought-after gamefish among anglers in Aransas Pass. Catching jack crevalle provides anglers with unforgettable memories and stories to share, as these fish are known for their tenacity and determination. Whether targeting them specifically or encountering them while fishing for other species, the presence of jack crevalle adds an exciting element to the diverse angling opportunities found in the waters of Aransas Pass.

What are the most popular months to fish for jack crevalle in Aransas Pass?

In Aransas Pass, understanding the seasonal patterns of jack crevalle can significantly enhance an angler's chances of success when targeting these powerful gamefish. Spring heralds the arrival of jack crevalle to the shallow waters and channels of Aransas Pass as they migrate northward along the Texas coast. During this season, anglers can expect increased activity as jack crevalle move into the area in search of baitfish and forage. As water temperatures rise, these aggressive predators become more active and readily respond to a variety of lures and bait presentations.

Summer marks the peak season for jack crevalle fishing in Aransas Pass, presenting anglers with prime opportunities to target these formidable adversaries. With warm water temperatures and abundant baitfish populations, jack crevalle can be found patrolling the flats, channels, and nearshore waters in search of prey. Anglers often encounter schools of jack crevalle feeding voraciously on baitfish, creating thrilling moments as they cast into the frenzy and hook into these hard-fighting fish. Whether fishing from a boat or casting from the shoreline, summer provides ideal conditions for anglers to pursue jack crevalle in Aransas Pass.

As autumn approaches and water temperatures begin to cool, the jack crevalle fishing season in Aransas Pass gradually tapers off. While some jack crevalle may linger in the area as late as October, many begin their southward migration in search of warmer waters. Despite the diminishing numbers, dedicated anglers can still find success targeting jack crevalle in the early fall months by focusing on areas where these fish congregate during their seasonal movements. As the jack crevalle season winds down, anglers reflect on the thrilling battles and memorable encounters that define this exhilarating fishery in Aransas Pass.

What techniques are popular for catching jack crevalle in Aransas Pass?

In Aransas Pass, mastering effective jack crevalle fishing techniques is essential for anglers seeking to capitalize on the presence of these powerful gamefish. One popular approach is to target jack crevalle using topwater lures, which mimic the movements of fleeing baitfish on the surface. Anglers can create enticing splashes and commotion by rapidly retrieving poppers, walk-the-dog style lures, or surface plugs, attracting the attention of nearby jack crevalle. This method is particularly effective during the warmer months when jack crevalle are actively feeding near the surface and readily respond to visual stimuli.

Another productive technique for jack crevalle fishing in Aransas Pass is to employ fast-retrieved lures or jigs to imitate the frantic movements of fleeing baitfish. Anglers can use spoons, swimbaits, or metal jigs and retrieve them quickly through the water column to trigger a reaction strike from aggressive jack crevalle. This technique is effective when targeting schools of jack crevalle actively chasing baitfish in the shallows or along channel edges. By varying the speed and depth of retrieval, anglers can determine the most successful presentation based on the behavior of the fish and prevailing conditions.

For anglers looking to target jack crevalle with live bait, using large, lively offerings such as mullet, pinfish, or menhaden can be highly effective in enticing these voracious predators. Anglers can present live bait using a variety of methods, including free-lining, drifting, or fishing under a popping cork to keep the bait suspended in the water column. By positioning themselves near areas of known jack crevalle activity, such as tidal currents, baitfish schools, or submerged structure, anglers can increase their chances of hooking into these hard-fighting fish and experiencing the adrenaline-pumping battles that jack crevalle fishing in Aransas Pass is known for.

What other species are popular in Aransas Pass?

While jack crevalle offer thrilling angling experiences in Aransas Pass, the region's diverse ecosystem provides ample opportunities to target a variety of other species. Redfish, also known as red drum, are a popular target among anglers due to their abundance and impressive fighting abilities. These hard-fighting fish can be found in the shallow flats, marshes, and channels of Aransas Pass year-round, providing anglers with consistent opportunities for exciting catches. Whether sight casting to tailing redfish in the shallows or targeting them around structure with live or artificial bait, redfish fishing in Aransas Pass offers anglers of all skill levels a rewarding challenge.

Speckled trout, another prized species in Aransas Pass, attracts anglers with its delicate flavor and spirited fights. These elusive fish inhabit the grassy flats, tidal currents, and deeper channels of the region, making them accessible to anglers both from shore and boat. Anglers can target speckled trout using a variety of techniques, including drifting live bait, casting artificial lures, or fly fishing, depending on the preferences and skill level of the angler. With their aggressive strikes and acrobatic leaps, speckled trout provide an exciting angling experience that keeps anglers coming back to Aransas Pass year after year.

For anglers seeking a bit of variety, Aransas Pass offers opportunities to target other inshore species such as flounder, sheepshead, and mangrove snapper. These fish can be found around structure such as docks, oyster reefs, and rocky outcroppings, providing anglers with diverse angling experiences and the chance to test their skills in different fishing scenarios. Whether casting from the shoreline, wading in the shallows, or navigating the waterways by boat, Aransas Pass offers a wealth of species waiting to be discovered and caught, ensuring that every angler can find their own piece of fishing paradise in these pristine waters.

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    Captain Corey was fantastic! Went out of his way to get the “right” bait (which it was!). We caught enough fish, on a really windy day, for the kids to have wonderful memories. He’s great with kids, has plenty of interesting stories and just a pleasure to be around. Book with Corey! You won’t regret it!

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    Thanks, Corey. You are a good Captain. The Sheepshead filets were great and the day on the boat was fantastic. Too bad the fishing wasn’t better. Thanks for spending the extra time. The Krall Fsmily

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    Awesome fishing trip! Booked two days back to back for my boys and extended family, but was canceled on a month out and pushed to Captain Corey. Turned out to be the best thing that could have happened! Captain Corey was super available, coordinated and communicated well in advance, adjusted trips to give us the best experience. First day was slower (cold weather) and he adjusted timing to make it awesome. Limited out second day because of him!!! Haven’t met a team yet that will work as hard as he did to put us on fish and ensure we had fun! Like fishing with family! We will book with him each time from here on out. Thank you.

    David W. with Corey B. of Rockport, Texas

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    Went out with Cpt. Jeff's guide Cpt. Gibson. Had an absolute blast. Couldn't recommend this group enough. Put us on some great fish and Cpt. Gibson had a great attitude. You won't be disappointed. First time using Captain Experience's and was very impressed with their communication and responsiveness. Will definitely book with them again.

    Baker W. with Gibson J. of Rockport, Texas

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    We had an incredible fishing trip with Corey! Our group of four had a fantastic time, thanks to his expertise and friendly demeanor. Corey made sure everyone had bait on their lines, and he effortlessly adapted to our varying levels of fishing experience. His easy-going nature and knowledge of the sport created the perfect atmosphere for a memorable day on the water. We highly recommend Corey as a fishing guide!

    Enrique C. with Corey B. of Rockport, Texas

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    Captain Corey was awesome! He communicated with me the the whole time and was more than accommodating to my group. This was the first ever trip I booked and I definitely will be booking again. If you want a great time and a great captain this is your trip!!

    Noah C. with Corey B. of Port Aransas, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Wow, if I could add 10 stars, that might be enough. Captain Corey was knowledgeable, personable and he offered up a treasure trove of tips and anecdotes that made the time fly. He even gave me great advice on where to get the best local seafood for my dinner. I caught a massive stingray on our outing, which is an experience I won’t soon forget. I highly recommend his guide services, regardless of your skill level. His love for fishing is matched by his expertise. You’ll have a great time, even if the fish aren’t biting. But he seems to know where they are, even when other boats are out of luck!

    Richard B. with Corey B. of Rockport, Texas

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    This guys passion and dedication to doing what he loves is absolutely incredible and 100% genuine. Fantastic trip for my Son and I to be a part of Jason getting this 8’ 7” Tiger Shark notched in his belt this year.

    Daniel G. with Jason G. of Port Aransas, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    The boys had a good time, they mentioned it was right after a large tournament so it was a little slow on the fishing but they had a good time .

    Gustavo V. with Randy S. of Aransas Pass, Texas

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    The guys were amazing. Very helpful and insightful. They worked hard to make sure that everything was enjoyable and perfect. Great day on the Gulf….great family and friend day.

    Colin A. with Danny D. of Port Aransas, Texas

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    Capt. Randy was fantastic. He put us on some great fish while others were striking out.

    Andrew M. with Randy S. of Aransas Pass, Texas

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