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trip description for Clear Lake Speckled Trout Special in Clear Lake Shores

Captain Kerry and crew usually like to meet up at Schaefer's Coastal Bar, but are more than happy to pick you up from any restaurant or Hotel on Clearlake/Kemah area. Seatrout are ambush predators, They can sit still and wait for a passing meal and then quickly grab it with their large teeth. They primarily feed on shrimp and baitfish such as mullet, pinfish, and pigfish. They are not picky, however, and will eat a huge range of live, natural, artificial baits and flies. I primarily fish for seatrout using artificial lures. Along the edges of flats in water 2-4 feet deep, trout can be caught using jigs with a soft plastic tail or a noise-making cork and plastic shrimp combo. In these locations, it is common to catch numerous fish in the 12-20 inch range. Up on the shallow grass flats, larger trout will lie in and along sandy spots, using them as ambush points. Anglers can blind cast across these areas using a soft plastic jerk bait or they can wait until individual fish are spotted and cast to them. Trophy-sized trout over 24″ are extremely sensitive to boat noise and will quickly swim off if they become aware of your presence. The spotted seatrout, or speckled trout as it is sometimes called, is found throughout the Gulf of Mexico region all year long. They account for the biggest number when it comes to the amount of fish caught by recreational anglers here. Local anglers usually refer to them simply as “trout”. While they make appear similar to freshwater trout, specks are in the drum family along with redfish, croaker, and black drum. The inside if their mouth is yellow and they generally have one or two large fangs in front surrounded by smaller teeth. Their scales are small and they are a delicate fish that cannot take much handling. Their bodies are covered in spots to help them hide in the grass beds. Seatrout are generally easier to catch for inexperienced or novice anglers. The fish in deeper water do not require the casting skill that is needed to sight fishing for redfish. typical blind casting technique with a wide range of retrieves will entice these fish to bite. Having a dehooking device while eliminating the need to handle every fish. Using barbless hooks will cause less damage to them and help ensure a healthy release. These fish are very tasty and fun to catch. You'll love having a freezer full of trout you can eat year-round!! These trips are for anglers of all skill levels and ages. No matter if you’re a beginner or a seasoned professional, Captain Kerry will lead the way and take care of everything! They will provide all the bait, tackle, rods, and gear. You only need to bring food and drinks and Texas saltwater fishing license. Read More

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trip description for Trophy Alligator Gar Bowfishing in Houston

Head out with Gar Master Mark for an awesome day of freshwater bowfishing! Alligator Gar are one of the most distinct fish you can find, and Mark is one of the best guides around to help you spear one. His success rate with these exciting monsters is as high as 90 percent! These hunts give you opportunities for several TROPHY Alligator Gar as well as many other legal species such as Small and Large Mouth Buffalo, Common Carp, Grass Carp, Tilapia, Shad, and all the other Gar species to name a few. Plus your fish will be prepped for your travel home or to the taxidermist. If you’re just coming for the meat Mark will be happy to clean and bag your filets for you. On these 6 to 7-hour trips, you and Mark will motor out on Lake Livingston where you'll be bowfishing for trophy-sized Alligator Gar. Learning how to aim can take some getting used to, as the water refracts the position of the fish (Mark will tell you all about it), but in general bowfishing is straightforward, even for beginners; Mark will get you to the prime spots to see some Gar! All bowfishing packages include equipment (let Mark know if you are a lefty or righty) & fish cleaning. Hunts can be day, night or both. Marks boat holds 8 comfortably, so make sure to bring some good company! Read More

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trip description for Texas "Big 3" Bay Assault in Texas City

This trip with Captain Leb is a great way to enjoy some of the best fishing that the Gulf Coast has to offer. The Galveston Bay Complex—including East Bay, West Bay, and Trinity Bay—offers extraordinary fishing for a number of shallow-water species, including classic Texas gamefish like Flounder, Redfish, Sheepshead, and Speckled Trout. To hook up on these species, you'll be using a light tackle techniques along with some drifting and bottomfishing to draw bites. You'll fight the fish from Captain Leb's 24' NauticStar center console, a versatile boat that's ideal for this type of trip. She runs on a 250-HP Yamaha outboard, and features a bunch of amenities to increase your chances of success and keep you comfortable, including a full suite of electronics, live wells for bait, a T-Top to keep you out of the direct sun, and an ice box for your keepers. Captain Leb 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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trip description for Galveston Bay Redfish and Trout in San Leon

Come explore the waters just outside of San Leon, Texas with Captain Ray! You’ll be fishing aboard Captain Ray’s 25 ft Boston Whaler center console. This beast is equipped with a GPS, fishfinder, ice box, and a wireless trolling motor, which will help you sneak up on easily spooked fish. On these 8-hour adventures, you’ll target the Texas Big Three: Flounder, Redfish, and Speckled Trout. You could also get bites from Tarpon and Blacktip Shark. Listen closely to Captain Ray’s tips and tricks - he’ll take you to where the fish bite! Captain Ray will provide all rods, reels, and lures. Bring a valid Texas saltwater fishing license, a cooler to take home your day’s catch, food, and drinks of your choice. Learn to fish new techniques and create lasting memories on the water while reeling in your personal best with Captain Ray! Read More

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trip description for Summertime Reds & Sharks in San Leon

Come explore the shallows of the Bolivar Peninsula with Captain Ray! You’ll be fishing aboard Captain Ray’s 25' Boston Whaler center console. This beast is equipped with a GPS, fishfinder, ice box, and a wireless trolling motor, which will help you sneak up on easily spooked fish. When targeting Blacktip Sharks, there’s a very high chance you could reel in a fish 6 feet or larger! Captain Ray will provide all rods, reels, and tackle. Bring a valid Texas saltwater fishing license, a cooler to take home your day’s catch, food, and drinks of your choice. Learn to fish new techniques and create lasting memories on the water while reeling in your personal best with Captain Ray! Read More

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trip description for Clear Lake Inshore Slam in Clear Lake Shores

experienced captains for a 4-5 hour inshore trip targeting anything and everything that bites sticking around Clear Lake Bay or venturing further out into the Galveston Bay complex. You’ll target the Texas Big Three: Flounder, Redfish, and Speckled Trout while fishing aboard one of their awesome bay boats. You may also have the opportunity to catch sheepshead and sharks as well! All his boats can accommodate 4 anglers and are equipped with live bait wells and trolling motors. The crew usually likes to meet up at Schaefer's Coastal Bar, but are more than happy to pick you up from any restaurant or Hotel on Clearlake/Kemah area. These trips are for anglers of all skill levels and ages. No matter if you’re a beginner or a seasoned professional, Your guide will lead the way and take care of everything! They will provide all the bait, tackle, rods, and gear. You only need to bring food and drinks and Texas saltwater fishing license. Read More

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What are the best fishing charters in Deer Park?

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

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 66 trip in Deer Park: Sabine Lake Trout & Redfish guided by Mike.

Our guides in Deer Park are rated a 4.85 out of 5 based on 3249 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 Deer Park? Check out our beginner and family friendly charters in Deer Park.

What types of fishing charters are common in Deer Park?

Deep Sea fishing is the most popular type of fishing in Deer Park as well as inshore fishing, nearshore fishing, and jetty fishing.

The most commonly sought after species in Deer Park are: 1. redfish, 2. speckled trout, 3. flounder, 4. black drum, and 5. blacktip shark.

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

How much do Deer Park fishing charters cost?

Prices in Deer Park can range anywhere from about $500 to $1,690, but the average price for a half day trip in Deer Park is $702. The average price for a full day trip in Deer Park is $1,307.

Is booking a fishing guide worth the money?

Hiring a guide provides a number of benefits and many choose to book a fishing guide for a combination of experience, local knowledge, convenience, and cost-effectiveness.

Working with experienced fishing guides who know the best local spots and techniques can dramatically increase your odds of a great day. Having someone who is on the water every day and knows the area like the back of their hand is going to give you the best chances of success.

Booking a guide is also more cost effective, especially if you only get out a handful of times per year. When you consider all of the costs you would incur on your own such as the price of a boat, maintenance, insurance, gas, high-quality gear and tackle, repairs, and more, you’ll find that DIY is sometimes not worth the expense.

Even if you’ve got a great setup already in your home waters, booking a guide also provides a great opportunity to experience new techniques, new locations, or even a chance at a new target species to knock off the bucket list.

What month is best for fishing in Deer Park?

The most popular season for fishing in Deer Park is summer, and most anglers book their trips 4 days in advance.

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

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

What is fishing in Deer Park?

In Deer Park, Texas, anglers have access to a variety of fishing opportunities thanks to the area's proximity to both freshwater and saltwater bodies. One popular destination for freshwater fishing is the nearby San Jacinto River, known for its abundance of bass, catfish, and crappie. Anglers can enjoy casting their lines from the riverbanks or launching a boat to explore deeper waters, all while taking in the scenic beauty of the surrounding marshes and wetlands. Whether fishing from shore or boat, the San Jacinto River provides anglers with ample opportunities to reel in prized catches and enjoy a day on the water in Deer Park.

For those interested in saltwater fishing, nearby Galveston Bay offers excellent opportunities to target a variety of coastal species. From speckled trout and redfish to flounder and drum, anglers can enjoy casting their lines into the bay's productive waters while taking in stunning views of the Gulf Coast. Whether fishing from the shoreline, wading in the shallows, or venturing out into deeper waters aboard a charter boat, Galveston Bay provides anglers with a thrilling saltwater fishing experience just a short drive from Deer Park.

Additionally, Deer Park is home to several local parks and ponds where anglers can enjoy fishing in a more relaxed setting. Whether casting a line into the calm waters of Dow Park Pond or exploring the scenic beauty of Deer Park Nature Preserve, anglers can enjoy a peaceful day of fishing while surrounded by the natural beauty of the area. With its diverse range of fishing opportunities and scenic landscapes, Deer Park provides anglers with plenty of options to pursue their passion for fishing and create lasting memories in the great outdoors.

What are the most popular months to fish in Deer Park?

In Deer Park, Texas, fishing seasons follow the familiar patterns dictated by the changing seasons and water temperatures. Spring marks the beginning of prime fishing season as the weather warms up and fish become more active after the winter months. Anglers eagerly anticipate this time as it brings increased opportunities to target a variety of species such as bass, catfish, and crappie. Whether casting from the banks of the San Jacinto River or launching a boat into nearby lakes and ponds, spring offers optimal conditions for anglers to reel in prized catches while enjoying the scenic beauty of Deer Park's waterways.

As summer arrives, fishing season in Deer Park kicks into high gear, with longer days and warmer temperatures creating ideal conditions for anglers to hit the water. The San Jacinto River and nearby Galveston Bay come alive with activity as fish feed voraciously in the balmy waters. Anglers can enjoy casting their lines into the bay's productive waters, targeting species such as speckled trout, redfish, and flounder, while soaking in stunning views of the Gulf Coast. Whether fishing from shore, wading in the shallows, or venturing out into deeper waters aboard a charter boat, summer offers anglers a thrilling saltwater fishing experience just a short drive from Deer Park.

As fall descends upon Deer Park, fishing season takes on a new allure, with cooler temperatures heralding the transition to a different array of species and fishing techniques. Cooler-water species such as crappie and catfish become more active, presenting anglers with fresh challenges and opportunities to test their skills. Whether casting from the banks of local ponds and creeks or drifting along the San Jacinto River, fall promises anglers a rewarding fishing experience against the backdrop of nature's vibrant transition.

What types of fishing are popular in Deer Park?

In Deer Park, Texas, anglers have the opportunity to engage in various types of fishing, each offering its own unique experience and challenges. One popular method is freshwater bank fishing, where anglers can set up along the banks of the San Jacinto River or nearby ponds and lakes. From the shoreline, anglers can cast their lines into the water, targeting a variety of freshwater species such as bass, catfish, and crappie. Whether using live bait, artificial lures, or natural baits, bank fishing provides a convenient and accessible way for anglers to enjoy the region's abundant fishing opportunities while soaking in the natural beauty of Deer Park's scenic landscapes.

For those seeking a more immersive experience, kayak fishing offers a thrilling way to explore the tranquil waters of Deer Park's lakes, ponds, and bayous. Kayaks provide anglers with the mobility to access remote fishing spots that are inaccessible to larger boats, allowing them to navigate shallow flats, narrow channels, and hidden backwaters with ease. Whether targeting bass in secluded coves, crappie in quiet creeks, or redfish in marshy estuaries, kayak fishing offers a unique blend of excitement and tranquility that appeals to outdoor enthusiasts of all ages.

Additionally, saltwater fishing is a popular choice for anglers in Deer Park, thanks to the area's proximity to Galveston Bay and the Gulf Coast. From fishing piers and jetties to charter boats and private vessels, anglers can enjoy casting their lines into the bay's productive waters while targeting a variety of coastal species such as speckled trout, redfish, and flounder. Whether fishing from shore, wading in the shallows, or venturing out into deeper waters aboard a boat, saltwater fishing offers anglers a thrilling and rewarding experience just a short drive from Deer Park.

What species are popular in Deer Park?

In Deer Park, Texas, anglers have a diverse range of fishing species to target, offering a thrilling array of angling experiences throughout the year. One of the most prized catches in the area is the largemouth bass, known for its size, strength, and aggressive feeding habits. Anglers can find bass lurking in the waters of the San Jacinto River and nearby ponds and lakes, where they hide among submerged vegetation, fallen trees, and underwater structures. Whether casting with artificial lures, topwater baits, or live bait, anglers can experience the exhilaration of hooking into trophy-sized bass against the backdrop of Deer Park's scenic waterways.

Catfish are another popular species among Deer Park anglers, valued for their delicious taste and cooperative nature. These bottom-dwelling fish can be found in the deeper waters of the San Jacinto River and nearby lakes, where they scavenge along the riverbed for food. Whether bottom fishing with cut bait, using stinkbaits, or setting jug lines, catfish offer a fun and rewarding challenge for anglers of all ages. From channel catfish to blue catfish, Deer Park provides ample opportunities for anglers to reel in these whiskered warriors and create lasting memories on the water.

Additionally, crappie are plentiful in the lakes and waterways surrounding Deer Park, offering anglers a delicious table fare and exciting angling opportunities. Whether targeting crappie in the shallow flats, submerged brush piles, or along the edges of drop-offs, anglers can enjoy a fun and rewarding challenge while pursuing these tasty panfish. Whether casting with jigs, using live minnows, or trolling with crankbaits, crappie provide anglers with plenty of action and opportunities to test their skills against nature's bounty. With its abundance of fishing species and scenic landscapes, Deer Park offers anglers a rewarding and memorable fishing experience in the heart of Texas.

What are the best places to fish in Deer Park?

Deer Park, 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 standout destination is the San Jacinto River, which winds its way through the heart of Deer Park, offering anglers a picturesque backdrop for their fishing adventures. The river is teeming with a diverse range of fish species, including bass, catfish, and crappie, making it an ideal destination for anglers of all skill levels. Whether casting from the riverbanks, wading into the water, or launching a boat, anglers can enjoy a peaceful day on the San Jacinto River while pursuing their passion for fishing.

In addition to the San Jacinto River, Deer Park is surrounded by several other waterways that offer excellent fishing opportunities. Nearby ponds and lakes provide anglers with ample opportunities to target a variety of freshwater species, including bass, catfish, and crappie. Whether fishing from the shore, launching a boat, or casting a line from a kayak, anglers can enjoy a day on the water while surrounded by the tranquil beauty of Deer Park's scenic landscapes.

For those seeking a more secluded fishing experience, Deer Park is home to several hidden gems tucked away in the surrounding countryside. Whether casting a line into a quiet creek, exploring a remote fishing hole, or fishing along the banks of a secluded pond, anglers can enjoy a peaceful day on the water while surrounded by the natural beauty of the Texas countryside. With its abundance of fishing opportunities and scenic landscapes, Deer Park provides anglers with a tranquil haven to pursue their passion for fishing and create lasting memories in the great outdoors.

Other things to do in Deer Park

Beyond its fantastic fishing opportunities, Deer Park, Texas, offers visitors a variety of activities to enjoy. Outdoor enthusiasts can explore the serene beauty of the nearby nature preserves and parks, such as the Deer Park Nature Preserve. Here, visitors can hike scenic trails, observe local wildlife, and immerse themselves in the tranquility of the natural surroundings. With its lush greenery and peaceful ambiance, the nature preserve provides a perfect escape for those seeking to reconnect with the outdoors.

History buffs will delight in exploring Deer Park's rich cultural heritage by visiting local landmarks and historical sites. The Battleship Texas State Historic Site, located just a short drive away, offers visitors the chance to step aboard one of the last remaining battleships from World War I and World War II. Guided tours of the battleship provide insights into its storied history and naval operations, allowing visitors to experience a piece of Texas's maritime heritage firsthand.

For those seeking family-friendly entertainment, Deer Park offers a range of recreational amenities and attractions. The Jimmy Burke Activity Center features a variety of sports facilities, including basketball courts, baseball fields, and a skate park, providing plenty of opportunities for active play and leisurely relaxation. Additionally, the city hosts community events and festivals throughout the year, offering visitors the chance to immerse themselves in the local culture and connect with the vibrant community spirit of Deer Park, Texas. Whether exploring nature, delving into history, or enjoying family-friendly activities, Deer Park offers something for everyone to enjoy beyond the fishing waters.

Recent Reviews of Captain Experiences

  • ★★★★★
    Worth it! Great time had by all.

    Andrew W. with Leb K. of Texas City, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Super friendly guide who worked his tail off for us.

    Shawn C. with Lg B. of Texas City, 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

  • ★★★★★
    Mike does a great job as a captain. Fishing was great and Mike was very patient in showing how to fish in the bays. I would definitely go out with Captain Mike again.

    Dan M. with Mike C. of Texas City, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Fun day. Great guide. Highly recommend.

    David R. with Colton C. of Texas City, 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

  • ★★★★★
    We had a great time fishing with Captain Mike! We hope to go out again soon.

    Taylor E. with Mike C. of Texas City, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Led, was an excellent guide! He was very knowledgeable on where and when to go. Highly recommend his service! Can’t wait for the next fishing trip! Tight lines!

    Phu N. with Leb K. of Texas City, 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

  • ★★★★★
    Awesome day on the water! Everyone caught fish. Both captains were very knowledgeable of the target species and where to find them. Our group gets a charter at least once a year and we’ve found our go to guides finally.

    Jeremy A. with Colton C. of Texas City, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    We have a great time

    John G. with Leb K. of Texas City, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    We had a great time not just fishing but hanging out with Capt. Brantley. He’s a very knowledgeable angler and human in general. We didn’t limit out so we have an excuse to hurry back.

    Leslie W. with Brantley W. of San Leon, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Awesome experience. Really enjoyed the captain explaining and giving us some good insight. Would highly recommend.

    Oscar R. with Leb K. of Texas City, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    We had a great day with Leb! Thanks Leb for putting us on the fish and showing us a good time. Hopefully we'll be able to come back in the fall.

    Tammy P. with Leb K. of Texas City, 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

  • ★★★★★
    We had a great trip with Captain Leb! We had all experience levels on our trip and he was able to help each of us in turn allowing us to go home with fish for dinner and some amazing pictures of fishes we had to throw back. Next time we are in town, we are planning another trip since we had such a great experience!!

    Jodi I. with Leb K. of Texas City, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Brant is an amazing guide. He genuinely cares about you having a safe and memorable trip. It was a bit warm and crowded but we did catch a lot of fish many small trouts a couple of black drum and ultimately ended with 5 trouts that were legal a one black drum. We caught more cats than we could count but quickly threw those back. Brant enjoys fishing and will spend as much time as you want teaching you all he knows about fishing and the area. We will definitely be back. Thanks for a great trip Brant.

    Kimchu P. with Brantley W. of San Leon, 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

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