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Coldspring Nighttime Hog Hunt

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Lake Livingston Wood Duck Shoot

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Duck Hunting Guides Near Coldspring, Tx

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Lake Livingston Wood Duck Shoot

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Hog Hunting Guides Near Coldspring, Tx

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Thermal Scope Hog Hunt

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Hunting in Coldspring

Hog Hunting Trip in Coldspring

Coldspring Nighttime Hog Hunt

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Hunting in Anahuac
Hunting in Anahuac
Hunting in Anahuac
trip description for Premier Texas Gator Hunt in Anahuac

If you are looking for an adventure, this is it! This gator hunt takes place on private property just outside the town of Anahuac, Texas, known as the "Gator Capital of Texas". This is where Texas Gator Fest is held each year, and folks come from all around to see who can bag the biggest gator! On this trip, you'll use the traditional hook-and-line method, but if you're interested in bowhunting please let us know. A typical hunt consists of our guests showing up the afternoon before to set lines, then waiting overnight before going out to check them first thing in the morning. If you prefer, the guide can set your lines, and all you have to do is drive down once your gator is on the line. Once dispatched, we will load your gator and take it to the local processor, or you may take it to your own preferred processor wherever that may be. We scout daily to try and locate the best gators and bait sites, and provide the best chance of success for our customers. Processing and tanning options can be purchased at the processor. There is a lodging fee of $175 for each non-hunting guest. There is a trophy fee for gators over 9 feet long, priced at $50/inch. Read More

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Hunting in Lufkin
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trip description for Evening Hog Hunts in Lufkin

Join us for an adrenaline-pumping evening hog hunting excursion in the heart of Texas City! Prepare yourself for an unforgettable experience as we venture into the rugged Texan wilderness under the cloak of dusk, ready to encounter the wild hogs that roam these lands abundantly. **Experience Level:** Suitable for both novice and seasoned hunters Texas City is renowned for its thriving hog population, providing hunters with ample opportunities to track and bag these elusive creatures. As the sun begins to set, we'll head out to our designated hunting blinds strategically positioned near feeding areas. The tranquil transition from day to night adds an extra layer of thrill to the hunt. Equipped with motion lights to illuminate the surroundings, our hunting blinds offer the perfect vantage point for observing and targeting hogs as they gather around the feeders. Our experienced guides will lead the way, offering invaluable insights and assistance throughout the hunt. Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned hunter, their expertise ensures a safe and successful outing. Once the motion lights reveal the presence of hogs, get ready for an exhilarating pursuit. With keen senses and lightning-fast reflexes, you'll have the chance to test your skills against these formidable opponents. Prepare for an evening filled with adventure, camaraderie, and the thrill of the hunt as we embark on a hog hunting expedition like no other in Texas City. Book your spot now and get ready to experience the excitement of tracking and bagging these formidable game animals under the Texan twilight! Read More

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Evening Hog Hunts

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Hunting in Hockley
Hunting in Hockley
Hunting in Hockley
trip description for Thermal Scope Hog Hunt in Hockley

On this epic Hog hunt with your outfitter, Mark, you'll venture out after dark to bag UNLIMITED feral pigs with thermal scopes. This is a spot and stalk style hunt, so shortly after dusk you’ll patrol the property in search of hogs. All weapons and thermal scopes will be provided. All you need for this hog hunt of a lifetime are proper clothing (long pants are recommended) and a good attitude! This is a private hunt, so you’ll have acres and acres of low fence farm land all to yourself. This is a night hunt, so you'll get out there around 7 PM, or just after dusk, and spend around five hours stalking the hogs. Although there are no guarantees, Mark's hunts are extremely successful, and you can bag 10+ hogs on a given night. Typically you can expect to shoot from about 40 yards out, but that can vary all the way up to 100 yards. Mark also provides cleaning services free if charge, just make sure to bring a cooler and ice. Mark has over 20 years of experience hog hunting, and he is sure to provide you with a trip you won’t soon forget! Read More

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Thermal Scope Hog Hunt

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trip description for Lake Choke Canyon Duck Shoot in Coldspring

Head out for some fast and furious early-morning action chasing ducks down in Lake Choke Canyon! Your guide and outfitter, Kirk, will provide all the scouting, decoys, transportation, blind setups, and calling for your morning hunt. Whether you're an experienced duck hunter or just getting into the sport, this South Texas duck hunt will be a real blast for anyone. Your guide and outfitter, Kirk, has years of experience hunting the South Texas coast, and will put you right on the birds. Texas is smack in the middle of the Central Flyway, and is a stopover for dozens of migratory waterfowl specied. The lakes here draw hundreds of thousands of ducks annually, including Green-Winged and Blue-Winged Teals, Wigeons, Redheads, Pintails, Gadwalls, and Mottled Ducks. You can target all of these species, which are exciting quarries and great eating to boot! Kirk runs these trips on his 18' Weldbilt skiff, with a shallow draft to take you through even the skinniest waters. She can accommodate up to 4 hunters, so bring some good company! You'll typically be hunting from the boat itself, nestled back up amongst the marsh banks, since public property can be scarce around Lake Livingston. Kirk asks that you bring your own shotguns, shells, camoflauge, and waders. You will also need your Texas hunting license and a federal duckstamp as well. Read More

Duck Hunting Trip in Coldspring

Lake Choke Canyon Duck Shoot

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trip description for Lake Livingston Wood Duck Shoot in Coldspring

Head out for some fast and furious early-morning action chasing Wood Ducks on Lake Livingston! Your guide and outfitter, Kirk, will provide all the scouting, decoys, transportation, blind setups, and calling for your morning hunt. Unlike diving ducks and puddle ducks, Wood Ducks move on a much more consistent schedule and they don't dally. Between first light and sunrise, big flocks move from the roost site to their food source, all at once. If you're hitting your marks, you can have a very efficient morning hunt! Lake Livingston attracts many species of puddle and diving ducks. Wood Ducks and Mallards, are the most sought-after here. They prefer backwater habitats, especially the sloughs and oxbows common in this area. Kirk has been hunting this lake for years and has the perfect honey holes and set ups, coupled with proper scouting, to get you plenty of shots on the Woodys. Kirk runs these trips on his 18' Weldbilt skiff, with a shallow draft to take you through even the skinniest waters. She can accommodate up to 4 hunters, so bring some good company! You'll typically be hunting from the boat itself, nestled back up amongst the marsh banks, since public property can be scarce around Lake Livingston. Kirk asks that you bring your own shotguns, shells, camoflauge, and waders. You will also need your Texas hunting license and a federal duckstamp as well. Read More

Duck Hunting Trip in Coldspring

Lake Livingston Wood Duck Shoot

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trip description for Coldspring Nighttime Hog Hunt in Coldspring

Join your outfitter, Kirk, for an epic nighttime hog hunt using AR-10s equipped with thermal scopes! On this hunt you’ll be able to shoot as many hogs as you can find as you stalk these beasts through the night. Kirk will provide you with the A-10 rifles, thermal scopes, and .308 ammunition- perfect for sighting and putting down big hogs! Kirk does not provide lodging, but there are plenty of affordable lodging options in the area. This is a night hunt, so you’ll arrive around 7PM, or just after dusk, and spend around 5 hours stalking the hogs. Although there are no guarantees, Kirk's hunts frequently take out 10-30 hogs in a given night! Kirk also provides hog cleaning for an additional feel which varies based on how many hogs and the size of the hogs. Feral hogs are a major problem in Texas, causing tens of millions of dollars in agricultural damage annually, and you can help out by whackin' 'em with high-caliber ammunition. Whether this is your first hog hunt or your hundredth, these trips are a blast for everyone! Read More

Hog Hunting Trip in Coldspring

Coldspring Nighttime Hog Hunt

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Everything to Know About Booking a Hunting Guide in Coldspring

What are the best hunting trips in Coldspring?

Why should I book a hunting trip in Coldspring with Captain Experiences?

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 8 trips in Coldspring, and the most popular trips in the area are Coldspring Nighttime Hog Hunt guided by Kirk, Lake Livingston Wood Duck Shoot guided by Kirk, and Lake Choke Canyon Duck Shoot guided by Kirk.

Our guides in Coldspring are rated a 4.83 out of 5 based on 2925 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, and more.

Looking for kid friendly guides in Coldspring? Check out our beginner and family friendly guides in Coldspring.

What types of hunting trips are common in Coldspring?

Duck hunting is the most popular in Coldspring as well as hog hunting and alligator hunting.

The most commonly sought after species in Coldspring are: 1. blue-winged teal, 2. gadwall, 3. hog, and 4. wigeon.

The most common hunting techniques in Coldspring are rifle hunting, shotgun hunting, and hunting from a blind but calling and decoy hunting are popular as well.

How much does a Coldspring hunting trip cost?

in Coldspring prices can range anywhere from about $400 to $3,633, but the average price for a half day trip in Coldspring is $957. The average price for a full day trip in Coldspring is $1,768.

What month is best for hunting in Coldspring?

The most popular season for hunting in Coldspring is fall, and most hunters book their trips 21 days in advance.

Where can I look through all Captain Experiences trips?

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What is fishing in Coldspring?

Nestled in the heart of the Piney Woods region of Texas, Coldspring offers anglers a tranquil haven for fishing adventures. The town is surrounded by a network of pristine lakes, rivers, and streams, providing abundant opportunities for anglers to reel in a variety of freshwater species. Whether casting a line from the shore, paddling a kayak along scenic waterways, or launching a boat into one of the area's picturesque lakes, there's something for every angler to enjoy in Coldspring's idyllic fishing spots.

One of the most popular fishing destinations in Coldspring is Lake Livingston, a sprawling reservoir known for its trophy-sized bass, catfish, and crappie. Anglers can explore the lake's expansive waters, which stretch across over 90,000 acres, offering ample room to roam and plenty of opportunities to hook into prized catches. Whether fishing from the shoreline, trolling the depths from a boat, or dropping a line near submerged structure, Lake Livingston provides anglers with a rewarding fishing experience against the backdrop of the East Texas countryside.

In addition to Lake Livingston, Coldspring is also home to numerous smaller lakes, ponds, and creeks that offer excellent fishing opportunities. From hidden gems tucked away in the piney woods to tranquil streams meandering through the countryside, these lesser-known fishing spots provide anglers with a peaceful and productive fishing experience away from the crowds. Whether seeking bass in secluded ponds, trout in coldwater streams, or panfish in quiet creeks, anglers can enjoy the serenity and natural beauty of Coldspring while pursuing their passion for fishing.

What are the most popular months to fish in Coldspring?

In Coldspring, Texas, fishing seasons unfold against the backdrop of the region's natural rhythms, offering anglers a diverse array of opportunities throughout the year. Spring marks the awakening of freshwater fishing in the area, as warming temperatures stir fish from their winter slumber. Anglers eagerly anticipate the spring season, as it brings an abundance of activity among species like largemouth bass, crappie, and catfish. Whether casting from the shoreline or navigating the tranquil waters of nearby lakes and rivers, spring offers prime conditions for anglers to reel in prized catches while enjoying the beauty of the East Texas landscape in bloom.

As summer arrives, Coldspring becomes a haven for anglers seeking refuge from the heat while indulging in their favorite pastime. With water temperatures on the rise, fish become more active and readily available for anglers to target. Whether trolling the depths of Lake Livingston for trophy-sized bass, or casting a line into the cool waters of nearby creeks and ponds, summer offers endless opportunities for anglers to test their skills and land their next big catch. As the sun sets on warm summer evenings, anglers can enjoy the serene beauty of Coldspring's lakes and rivers while chasing after elusive gamefish under the starlit sky.

As the year progresses into fall, fishing in Coldspring takes on a new charm. With temperatures beginning to cool and foliage transforming into a kaleidoscope of autumnal hues, anglers can relish in the serene beauty of their surroundings while trying their luck on the water. Fall marks the transition to cooler-water species like crappie and catfish becoming more active, presenting anglers with fresh challenges and opportunities to test their skills against nature's bounty. Whether casting from shore or drifting along in a boat, fishing in Coldspring during the fall months promises an experience that's as rewarding as it is memorable, against the backdrop of nature's vibrant transition.

What types of fishing are popular in Coldspring?

In Coldspring, Texas, anglers have the opportunity to engage in a variety of fishing techniques tailored to their preferences and skill levels. One popular method is freshwater bank fishing, where anglers can set up along the shores of lakes, rivers, and ponds to cast their lines into the water. Whether targeting largemouth bass hiding among submerged vegetation, crappie lurking near fallen trees, or catfish scavenging along the bottom, bank fishing offers a convenient and accessible way for anglers to enjoy the region's abundant fishing opportunities.

For those seeking a more immersive experience, kayak fishing provides a thrilling way to explore the tranquil waters of Coldspring's lakes and rivers while angling for their next big catch. Kayaks offer anglers the freedom to access remote fishing spots unreachable by larger boats, allowing them to navigate shallow coves, narrow channels, and hidden backwaters with ease. Whether targeting bass in secluded ponds, crappie in quiet creeks, or catfish in peaceful lakes, kayak fishing offers a unique blend of excitement and tranquility that appeals to outdoor enthusiasts of all ages.

Additionally, boat fishing is a popular choice in Coldspring, providing anglers with access to deeper waters and a wider range of fishing habitats and species. Whether exploring the vast expanse of Lake Livingston or drifting along the gentle currents of nearby rivers, boat anglers can enjoy a day on the water pursuing a variety of freshwater species. From trolling for bass and crappie to bottom fishing for catfish and sunfish, boat fishing offers anglers the opportunity to explore new fishing grounds and maximize their chances of success while enjoying the scenic beauty of Coldspring's aquatic landscapes.

What species are popular in Coldspring?

In Coldspring, Texas, anglers have the opportunity to target a diverse range of fishing species, each offering its own unique allure and challenge. One of the most coveted catches in the area is the largemouth bass, renowned for its size and tenacity. Anglers can find bass lurking among submerged vegetation, fallen trees, and rocky outcrops in the region's lakes, rivers, and ponds. Whether casting with artificial lures or baiting with live bait, anglers can enjoy the thrill of hooking into trophy-sized bass against the backdrop of Coldspring's picturesque landscapes.

Crappie are another popular species among Coldspring anglers, prized for their delicious taste and willingness to bite year-round. These panfish can be found schooling near submerged structure, including fallen trees, brush piles, and bridge pilings, making them accessible to anglers fishing from shore or boat. Whether jigging with small jigs or minnows or casting with tiny crankbaits, anglers can enjoy a rewarding fishing experience while targeting crappie in the region's lakes and rivers.

Catfish are also abundant in the waters surrounding Coldspring, providing anglers with another exciting fishing opportunity. From monstrous flatheads lurking in the depths to scrappy channel cats prowling the shallows, there's a catfish species to suit every angler's preference and skill level. Whether bottom fishing with cut bait or using stinkbaits and dip baits to attract these whiskered warriors, catfish offer a fun and rewarding challenge for anglers of all ages. Additionally, sunfish species such as bluegill and redear sunfish are plentiful in the area's lakes and rivers, providing anglers with plenty of action and delicious table fare. Whether fishing with bobbers and worms or fly fishing with poppers and nymphs, sunfish offer a fun and accessible option for anglers looking to enjoy a day on the water in Coldspring, Texas.

What are the best places to fish in Coldspring?

Coldspring, Texas, offers anglers a variety of prime fishing spots to explore, each with its own unique charm and potential for landing a trophy catch. One of the most popular destinations for fishing enthusiasts is Lake Livingston, a sprawling reservoir known for its abundant population of largemouth bass, crappie, and catfish. Anglers can access the lake from various points along its shoreline, as well as from public boat ramps, offering plenty of opportunities to explore its vast waters and reel in prized catches against the backdrop of the East Texas countryside.

Another favored fishing spot in Coldspring is Double Lake Recreation Area, a scenic park nestled among the piney woods of the Sam Houston National Forest. The park features a picturesque 23-acre lake stocked with bass, catfish, and bluegill, making it a popular destination for anglers seeking a peaceful and productive fishing experience. Anglers can fish from the shore or launch a boat or kayak into the lake, enjoying the serenity of the forest surroundings while pursuing their passion for fishing.

For those looking to escape the crowds and explore more secluded fishing spots, Coldspring offers numerous smaller lakes, ponds, and creeks that are teeming with fish. Whether casting a line into a hidden pond tucked away in the woods or wading through a quiet creek in search of bass and sunfish, anglers can enjoy a peaceful and productive day on the water while surrounded by the natural beauty of the East Texas landscape. With so many fishing opportunities to explore, Coldspring provides anglers with endless possibilities for outdoor adventure and memorable fishing experiences.

Other things to do in Coldspring

In addition to its fantastic fishing opportunities, Coldspring, Texas, offers visitors a range of activities to enjoy, ensuring there's something for everyone to explore. Nature lovers can immerse themselves in the breathtaking beauty of the Sam Houston National Forest, which surrounds the town with miles of scenic hiking trails, pristine woodlands, and tranquil streams. Whether hiking to scenic overlooks, birdwatching along forested trails, or picnicking in peaceful meadows, the national forest provides ample opportunities to reconnect with nature and unwind in the great outdoors.

For history buffs, a visit to the Old Town Coldspring Historic District offers a fascinating glimpse into the town's rich heritage and architectural splendor. Visitors can explore historic landmarks such as the San Jacinto County Courthouse, a magnificent example of Classical Revival architecture dating back to the late 19th century. The district also features charming boutiques, antique shops, and local eateries housed in beautifully preserved buildings, providing a unique shopping and dining experience steeped in small-town charm.

Outdoor enthusiasts will find plenty of recreational opportunities to enjoy in and around Coldspring, from kayaking and canoeing along the scenic Trinity River to horseback riding through the rolling hills of the East Texas countryside. The nearby Double Lake Recreation Area offers a host of outdoor activities, including camping, hiking, swimming, and mountain biking, providing visitors with a chance to experience the natural beauty of the area while engaging in their favorite outdoor pursuits. Whether exploring the town's historic landmarks, immersing oneself in nature, or enjoying a day of outdoor adventure, Coldspring offers a wealth of attractions and activities to delight visitors of all ages.

Recent Reviews of Captain Experiences

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Richard was great! Myself being an experience bass fisherman, He was very informative. He put us on some bass even when the bite wasn't great! We will definitely be back!

    Bill J. with Richard T. of Willis, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    As a first time duck hunter, I could not have asked for a better guide. He was knowledgeable, professional and made the trip a fantastic experience. I would highly recommend his services!

    Jason S. with Andrew S. of College Station, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Had a blast with Captain Andy. We limited out and he was very helpful and informative to two new waterfowl hunters.

    Stephan W. with Andrew S. of College Station, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Had a fantastic trip w Cpt Andy today. Very nice mixed bag of Pintail, Gadwall, Canvasback and Redhead. He busted it hard to make sure my Son and I had a successful and memorable hunt! Will be booking again!

    Joe G. with Andrew S. of College Station, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    What awesome trip!!Mike is one of the best guides I have fished with! So helpful and knowledgeable! I can not go wrong fishing with him!

    Danny C. with Mike C. of Baytown, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Very satisfied with the trip we did with Mark. He was very knowledge and worked hard to get us in the fish. Very personable with a great attitude, and the supplied gear worked great. Would not hesitate to book with him again!!!

    Jason H. with Mark M. of Houston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Outstanding hunt with a knowledgeable guide! I highly recommend Andy for your next Texas duck hunt!

    Christopher M. with Andrew S. of College Station, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    I HIGHLY recommend Captain Andy for his excellent guiding skills and can-do attitude. Unlike many other Guides, he works with a network of other spotters who watch for birds all across the state. He left his home at midnight and arrived at our shooting location at 1 AM to make sure other eager hunters wouldn't grab his spot. The result was an excellent hunt of mixed bag ducks, sprinkled with humor and education about wingspotting. Five stars is not enough for this Coast Guard certified gent.

    Brooks B. with Andrew S. of College Station, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    We had the best time with Captain David! He was so nice and fun to fish with. I had never saltwater fished and he was very patient with me. She showed me how to bait the hook and did it for me until I was comfortable doing it myself. No judgement. He was an all around good guy! Took us to several spots and put us in fish every spot. We caught black drum, croakers and red drum. He took me to his Hail Mary spot ( shhh it’s a secret). And I caught a 15 pound Red Drum. He helped me step by step land it into the boat. It was so much fun and he was as excited as I was. We saw a mama and her baby dolphin and he took me as close as he could to them so I could get some pictures because he knew I was excited to see them. On the way back to the pier he told us some history and info about the things we were seeing. I will definitely book with Captain David next time we go down there.

    Teresa L. with David R. of Baytown, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    For sure was not the trip of a lifetime nor worth all the money and extra expenses, didn’t end up shooting any hogs or seeing anything the first night nor did we get to even get to hunt hogs for the second night like planned due to weather however did have very friendly, accommodating and respectable guides all around.

    Leah A. with Mark M. of Houston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Captain David was great. The weather and the tide was working hard against us and he worked harder to put us on fish. Great trip with a quality guide, I will be back.

    Terry M. with David R. of Baytown, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    It was EPIC. Mark is this man!

    Kale G. with Mark M. of Houston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Mark is the outfitter every serious bowfisher wants. He won’t quit until he puts you on fish. Very very knowledgeable and a trip that we will never forget! We will be back!

    Kale G. with Mark M. of Houston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Terrific day exploring the lake and catching a mess of catfish - well worth it - very pleased!

    Bruce H. with Richard T. of Willis, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Excellent fishing trip with Captain Richard. He is a very knowledgeable fishing guide with a great personality. We caught about 60 catfish in under 2 hours. He then gave us a boat tour of the Lake Conroe shoreline since it was our first time on the lake.

    Carlos C. with Richard T. of Willis, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Third trip this morning, and Richard was again a GREAT guide. He’s punctual, super friendly and very knowledgeable. He takes us exactly where we need to be and we catch tons of fish. We will definitely book with them again!

    Camille W. with Richard T. of Willis, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Fantastic day on the water with Richard! Knowledgeable, professional and fun. Second time using CE, and not the last.

    Camille W. with Richard T. of Willis, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    We had a great trip with Captain Joey. He worked very hard at finding fish and we caught some good ones. We would highly recommend him.

    Stephen B. with Joey Y. of Houston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    We got one allegator gar. Thank you!

    Naoki H. with Kirk K. of Coldspring, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Richard was awesome, he was very knowledgeable and loves what he is doing. He made our trip fun and exciting because of this. We caught some very nice striped bass. My largest I have ever caught. Great experience! Would definitely book a trip with him when down here again. Darcy and Bob

    Darcy W. with Richard T. of Willis, Texas

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