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Head on down to Freeport Texas and experience an action-packed day of fishing with Captain Kale. Fish Freeport’s backwaters either from Captain Kale's 23' Shoalwater or wading (up to you) for Speckled Trout, Redfish, Flounder, Mangrove Snapper, and Sheepshead. You better believe Capt. Kale is known to fill the ice chest with a plethora of fish! Make sure to bring a valid Texas fishing license as well as snacks and drinks of your choice (no glass). If you choose to go wade fishing, bring waders and wading boots with you. Captain Kale will provide the rest - rods, reels, tackle, and an icebox for your day’s catch. Read More

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Climb aboard with our Captain and see what the deep waters off the coast of Galveston have to offer! The deep waters in the Gulf of Mexico are an excellent place to chase after some big game, and on this trip you'll be going extra far to get even more sizable fish! On this 12-hour trip, our Captain will take you up to 60 miles offshore to target impressive Cobia, King Mackerel, Mahi Mahi, Sailfish, and Wahoo. To attract these picture-worthy fish you'll be using a variety of techniques including light to heavy tackle, live bait, bottom fishing, trolling, drift fishing or deep dropping. Just let the Captain know what you want to catch and he'll get you set up with the best method! The beauty of this 12 hour trip is that you'll have time to try out a few different methods. On this trip you'll be fishing aboard our massive 42’ Delta sportfisher that can hold an impressive 18 people, with the first 10 passengers included in the price. Powered by twin 160 HP Caterpillar engines, this vessel will cut through the surf like butter and smoothly get you to the deep waters. It comes with GPS, Fishfinder, a Flybridge, and an Ice Box to store your catches. All rods, reels and tackle will be provided. All you need to bring is a valid Texas Fishing License with a saltwater stamp. You can also bring food and drink of your choice on board (no glass). This trip can host up to 18 people and is for anglers of all skill levels, so don't hold back on inviting friends! Read More

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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

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trip description for "The Tug Is The Drug" in Galveston

This trip with Captain John 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 light tackle techniques along with some drifting and bottomfishing to draw bites. You'll fight the fish from Captain John's 24' Shoalwater bay boat, a versatile boat that's ideal for this type of trip. She runs on a 300-HP Suzuki 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 John 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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Everything to Know About Booking a Fishing Charter in Dickinson

What are the best fishing charters in Dickinson?

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

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 214 trip in Dickinson: Galveston Bay Trophy Hunt guided by Blake.

Our guides in Dickinson are rated a 4.89 out of 5 based on 3210 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 Dickinson? Check out our beginner and family friendly charters in Dickinson.

What types of fishing charters are common in Dickinson?

Deep Sea fishing is the most popular in Dickinson as well as inshore fishing, nearshore fishing, and jetty fishing.

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

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

How much do Dickinson fishing charters cost?

in Dickinson prices can range anywhere from about $550 to $2,250, but the average price for a half day trip in Dickinson is $688. The average price for a full day trip in Dickinson is $1,365.

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 Dickinson?

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

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

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

What is fishing in Dickinson?

Dickinson, Texas, offers anglers a plethora of fishing opportunities amidst its scenic waterways, providing a serene backdrop for anglers of all levels to enjoy. One of the notable fishing spots in the area is Dickinson Bayou, which winds its way through the heart of the city and offers anglers a chance to target a variety of freshwater species. Bass, catfish, and crappie are among the most commonly caught fish in Dickinson Bayou, providing anglers with plenty of action and excitement as they cast their lines from the shore or drift along the bayou in a kayak.

In addition to Dickinson Bayou, anglers in Dickinson can explore nearby Galveston Bay, a renowned fishing destination known for its abundance of saltwater species. From speckled trout and redfish to flounder and sheepshead, Galveston Bay offers anglers a diverse range of fishing opportunities. Whether fishing from the shoreline, wading in the shallows, or venturing out into deeper waters aboard a boat, anglers can enjoy a day on the bay while surrounded by the stunning coastal scenery of the Texas Gulf Coast.

For those seeking a more secluded fishing experience, Dickinson is surrounded by numerous ponds, lakes, and reservoirs that offer excellent angling opportunities. Whether casting a line into a quiet pond, exploring a remote fishing hole, or fishing along the banks of a tranquil creek, anglers can enjoy a peaceful day on the water while surrounded by the natural beauty of the Texas countryside. With its abundance of fishing options and scenic landscapes, Dickinson provides anglers with a tranquil haven to pursue their passion for fishing and create lasting memories in the great outdoors.

What are the most popular months to fish in Dickinson?

In Dickinson, Texas, fishing seasons bring a dynamic rhythm to the angling experience, influenced by the changing weather patterns and water conditions throughout the year. Spring marks the beginning of prime fishing season as temperatures rise, 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 Dickinson Bayou or launching a boat into nearby Galveston Bay, spring offers optimal conditions for anglers to reel in prized catches while enjoying the scenic beauty of Dickinson's waterways.

As summer arrives, fishing season in Dickinson reaches its peak, with longer days and warmer temperatures creating ideal conditions for angling adventures. The waters of Galveston Bay and Dickinson Bayou teem with life as fish feed voraciously in the balmy waters. Anglers can enjoy casting their lines into the bayou's productive waters, targeting species such as redfish, speckled trout, and flounder, while soaking in stunning views of the surrounding coastal landscape. Whether fishing from shore, wading in the shallows, or venturing out into deeper waters aboard a boat, summer offers anglers a thrilling fishing experience just a short drive from Dickinson.

As fall approaches, fishing season in Dickinson takes on a new allure, with cooler temperatures signaling the transition to a different array of species and fishing techniques. Cooler-water species such as sheepshead and black drum become more active, presenting anglers with fresh challenges and opportunities to test their skills. Whether casting from the banks of local creeks and streams or exploring the depths of Galveston Bay, fall promises anglers a rewarding fishing experience against the backdrop of nature's vibrant transition.

What types of fishing are popular in Dickinson?

In Dickinson, Texas, anglers have the opportunity to engage in various types of fishing, each offering its own unique experience and challenges. Bank fishing is a popular choice among anglers, allowing them to set up along the scenic banks of Dickinson Bayou or nearby ponds and lakes. From the comfort of the shoreline, anglers can cast their lines into the water, targeting a variety of 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 Dickinson's waterways.

Boat fishing is another favored method in Dickinson, offering anglers the opportunity to explore deeper waters and access more remote fishing spots. Whether navigating the expansive waters of nearby Galveston Bay or exploring Dickinson Bayou, boat anglers can enjoy a day on the water while pursuing a variety of saltwater and freshwater species. From trolling for speckled trout and redfish to drifting for flounder, boat fishing provides anglers with the versatility to explore new fishing grounds and maximize their chances of success while enjoying the scenic beauty of Dickinson's aquatic landscapes.

Additionally, kayak fishing offers a thrilling way for anglers to explore the tranquil waters of Dickinson's bayous, creeks, and ponds while pursuing their favorite fish species. 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 coves with ease. Whether targeting bass in secluded backwaters, catfish in quiet bayous, or redfish in shallow flats, kayak fishing offers a unique blend of excitement and tranquility that appeals to outdoor enthusiasts of all ages.

What species are popular in Dickinson?

In Dickinson, 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 sought-after catches in the area is the speckled trout, prized for its tasty flesh and spirited fight. Anglers can find speckled trout prowling the waters of nearby Galveston Bay, where they hunt for baitfish along the shallow flats and oyster reefs. Whether casting with artificial lures, live bait, or fly fishing, anglers can experience the thrill of hooking into these prized gamefish against the backdrop of Dickinson's scenic coastal landscape.

Redfish are another popular species among Dickinson anglers, known for their brute strength and tenacious fighting ability. These copper-colored beauties can be found patrolling the marshy shorelines, shallow flats, and tidal creeks of Galveston Bay, where they feed on crabs, shrimp, and small fish. Whether sight casting to tailing redfish in the shallows or drifting along the edges of marsh grass, anglers can enjoy a challenging and rewarding experience while pursuing these hard-fighting gamefish.

Additionally, flounder are plentiful in the waters surrounding Dickinson, offering anglers a delicious table fare and exciting angling opportunities. These flat-bodied fish can be found lurking along the sandy bottoms, mud flats, and channel edges of Galveston Bay, where they lie in wait for passing prey. Whether jigging with artificial lures, using live bait, or drifting with a Carolina rig, anglers can enjoy plenty of action and opportunities to test their skills against these tasty and elusive fish. With its abundance of fishing species and scenic coastal landscapes, Dickinson offers anglers a rewarding and memorable fishing experience on the Texas Gulf Coast.

What are the best places to fish in Dickinson?

In Dickinson, Texas, anglers have access to a variety of prime fishing spots that cater to different preferences and skill levels. One standout location is Dickinson Bayou, which meanders through the heart of the city and offers abundant opportunities for freshwater fishing. Anglers can target species such as bass, catfish, and crappie while casting their lines from the bayou's scenic banks or drifting along its gentle currents in a kayak or small boat. With its tranquil waters and picturesque surroundings, Dickinson Bayou provides anglers with a serene setting to enjoy a day of fishing amidst the natural beauty of the Texas Gulf Coast.

For those seeking saltwater fishing adventures, nearby Galveston Bay is a renowned hotspot known for its rich biodiversity and excellent angling opportunities. Anglers can explore the bay's expansive waters while targeting a variety of species including speckled trout, redfish, and flounder. Whether fishing from the shoreline, wading in the shallows, or venturing out into deeper waters aboard a boat, Galveston Bay offers anglers a diverse range of fishing experiences against the stunning backdrop of the Texas coastal landscape.

Additionally, Dickinson is surrounded by numerous ponds, lakes, and reservoirs that provide excellent fishing opportunities for anglers of all ages and preferences. From well-stocked community ponds to secluded fishing holes nestled amidst the countryside, anglers can enjoy a peaceful day on the water while surrounded by the natural beauty of the Texas landscape. Whether casting a line into a quiet pond, exploring a remote creek, or fishing along the banks of a scenic river, Dickinson offers anglers a tranquil haven to pursue their passion for fishing and create lasting memories in the great outdoors.

Other things to do in Dickinson

In addition to its fantastic fishing opportunities, Dickinson, Texas, offers visitors a variety of activities to enjoy, ensuring there's something for everyone to explore and experience. Nature enthusiasts can explore the sprawling Dickinson Bayou Nature Park, which features scenic walking trails, picnic areas, and birdwatching opportunities. With its lush greenery and tranquil waterways, the park provides a peaceful escape for those looking to connect with nature and enjoy the outdoors.

History buffs will find plenty to discover in Dickinson's rich cultural heritage by visiting local landmarks and historical sites. The Dickinson Historical Society Museum offers insights into the area's past through exhibits, artifacts, and interactive displays. Additionally, nearby attractions such as the San Jacinto Museum of History and the Battleship Texas State Historic Site provide opportunities to learn about Texas history and the state's role in shaping the nation.

For those seeking family-friendly entertainment, Dickinson boasts a variety of recreational amenities and attractions. The Bayou Wildlife Zoo offers visitors the chance to embark on a safari adventure and observe exotic animals in their natural habitats. Additionally, the Dickinson Family Aquatic Center provides a fun-filled day of swimming and water play for visitors of all ages. Whether exploring nature, delving into history, or enjoying family-friendly activities, Dickinson provides a welcoming and vibrant community atmosphere for visitors to enjoy beyond the fishing waters.

Recent Reviews of Captain Experiences

  • ★★★★★
    Trout Man Mike lived up to his namesake. Had a great catch. Highly recommend Mike for your next adventure.

    Spencer M. with Michael M. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    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

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

    Isador O. with Jeff N. of Galveston, 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

  • ★★★★★
    We went out not knowing what to expect with rough waters. Mike found us some good spots and we caught plenty of fish - topped off with a 6ft Bull Shark. Great day out. Thanks Mike !!

    Richard M. with Mike E. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Robert and his First Mate Jason were very knowledgeable and professional. They kept us entertained while going from from one fishing spot to another. Captain Robert’s experience and knowledge of the Gulf help him to put us on the fish that we wanted to catch.on a scale of 1-10 he gets a solid 10. We will fish with him again.

    Johnny J. with Robert R. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Good time. Felt safe. Caught fish

    Rusty S. with Brandon M. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Good time. Felt safe. Caught fush

    Rusty S. with Brandon M. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Trenton and Kendall, the deck hand, were great! Knew where to go and took care of everything. My two grandsons, 15 and 14, had the time of their lives. I highly recommend them. Five stars!

    Tom H. with Meghan B. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    We had so much fun, Derrick. Thanks!

    Jessica D. with Meghan B. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Cory was awesome! Very knowledgeable. We had a great time. Highly recommend!!

    Paul E. with Houston F. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Mike was incredible! I booked this fishing trip for my husband and brother in law as a surprise for Father’s Day and he was very patient and thorough with me. (I knew nothing about fishing). He is also very kind and his fishing skills are top tier! And best of all he definitely helped them catch some pretty nice size fish! We will definitely be booking Captain Mike again.

    Tayler W. with Mike E. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Bill and Dylan were our guides. They did outstanding! We had a great time. They were both very attentive to the experienced and inexperienced people on our trip! We caught a ton of fish, and a few sharks. We appreciate all their hard work and would recommend the two of them for anyone's future fishing needs!

    Christopher N. with Jason W. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Charles was a great guide. The bite was slow that day for everyone but he made the day so enjoyable for me and my father. He was very knowledgeable about the ecosystem and feeding habits of the fish. He helped cast for individuals who had trouble casting and gave tips on how to cook and prepare the fish we caught. We will be booking with Captain Charles again when we come back, highly recommend.

    Dustin S. with Charles B. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Great captian.. everyone loved it.. again for sure

    Josh B. with Clint W. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Great time with captian charles today …he was great and put us on the fish …we caught our limit i would use him again next time for sure …thanks Randy beckley

    Randy B. with Charles B. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Best fishing trip. Zack the captain knows where to go. His the best captain and also amanda did a great job.

    John M. with Jeff N. of Galveston, Texas

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