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Freeport Run - 38' Luhrs

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38 ft 1 - 6 People From $2,220
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Freeport Offshore Run - 38' Luhrs

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38 ft 1 - 6 People From $2,100
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trip description for Freeport Flounder Gigging in Galveston

This trip promises a Flounder Gigging experience you will never forget! We will start the trip right about dark and will end around 1AM . I will have an ice chest on the boat with bottle waters and will have room if you would like to bring your own drinks or snacks. Please no glass bottles. Read More

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Freeport Flounder Gigging

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17 ft 1 - 4 People From $550
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trip description for Galveston Trout and Redfish Roundup in Galveston

Get out there and enjoy an unforgettable inshore fishing adventure in Galveston, Texas, with Captain Dean as your guide! On this trip, you'll get to experience the thrill of reeling in classic saltwater game fish, including Redfish, Speckled Trout, Flounder, and more. These fish are all super fun to catch, and make for great eating as well. You'll be fishing from the deck of Captain Dean's 24' Triton center console, which is ideal for fishing here in Galveston Bay. Captain Dean's years of experience and expert knowledge of the local fishing spots ensure a successful and enjoyable trip for anglers of all skill levels. Join him for a day of fun, relaxation, and memories that will last a lifetime! Read More

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Galveston Trout And Redfish Roundup

100% (7)
24 ft 1 - 4 People From $450
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trip description for Fly Fishing Galveston in Galveston

If you thought that fishing in Galveston started and ended with the Bay, think again. The grassy flats and backwater fishing here is incredible, and provides a perfect opportunity to go after big Redfish, Black Drum, and Sheepshead—all on the fly! Captain Collin is a true expert when it comes to flyfishing this area, and he knows all the local hot spots so you can be confident that you'll get on the fish. You'll be fishing from Captain Collin's 18' Bossman Tortuga shallow stalking skiff. She's an ideal boat for maneuvering through the tidal back bays and flooded marshes around Galveston. Captain Collin will pole you around with deft skill and post up in inches of water looking for pushes, tails, and shadows lurking in the dark colored water. Captain Collin will provide you with all the equipment you need including flies, rods, and reels. All you need to bring is proper clothing, a cooler for snacks and drinks, your Texas Saltwater Fishing License, and sunblock. Also, be sure to have polarized sunglasses and a camera to capture the memories! Read More

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Fly Fishing Galveston

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18 ft 1 - 2 People From $525
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trip description for Exploring the Jetties in Galveston

Head out to Galveston jetties and fish with Captain Mike to try and reel in your next personal best! Captain Mike will help you catch the big Redfish, Sharks, and more on your 6-hour adventure. Captain Mike has over 30 years of experience fishing all of the Galveston Bay Complex and its surrounding areas, so he knows exactly where the fish bite! You’ll be fishing on Capt. Mike’s 24’ Kenner Center console. It is equipped with a GPS and a fishfinder. You may purchase a live bait well for an additional fee. Not to mention that the boat can cruise at a maximum speed of 40 knots. It can accommodate 3 anglers. Make sure you bring a valid Texas fishing license, food and drinks of your choice (no glass), a hat, sunscreen, and some good company! Captain Mike will provide the rest. Let your mind escape daily responsibilities and enjoy your day out on the water with Captain Mike! Read More

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Exploring The Jetties

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24 ft 1 - 4 People From $450
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trip description for Wade Fishing Frenzy in Galveston

Welcome to Galveston Bay, one of the most popular fishing destinations in Texas! This is where the Gulf of Mexico meets the bays and estuaries that are home to some of the best game fish in the region. Galveston Bay is known for its incredible flounder, redfish, and speckled trout fishing, and one of the best ways to experience it is by wade fishing. Wade fishing is a unique and exciting way to catch fish, and it's especially popular in Galveston Bay. This type of fishing involves standing in the shallow water and casting your line, using a lure or bait to entice the fish to bite. The thrill of feeling the tug on your line and the satisfaction of reeling in a big catch is hard to beat! The best time to go wade fishing in Galveston Bay is during the fall and winter months, when the water is cooler and the fish are more active. Flounder, redfish, and speckled trout are all plentiful during this time of year, and you're sure to have an amazing time. Flounder are a popular catch in Galveston Bay, and they're known for their delicious, delicate meat. These flatfish are often found hiding in the sandy bottoms of the bay, and you can use a variety of lures and baits to entice them to bite. As you cast your line and wait for a bite, keep an eye out for any movement or ripples in the water. When a flounder bites, you'll feel a distinct tug on your line, and you'll need to reel it in quickly to avoid losing it. Redfish, also known as red drum, are another popular game fish in Galveston Bay. These powerful fish can grow up to 50 pounds, and they put up a fierce fight when you hook them. You can use a variety of lures and baits to catch redfish, including live shrimp, mullet, and crab. As you reel in your line, you'll feel the redfish tugging and pulling, trying to get away. But with some skill and patience, you'll be able to land a big one. Finally, there's speckled trout, which are perhaps the most sought-after game fish in Galveston Bay. These beautiful fish are known for their distinctive spots and their tasty, flaky meat. You can use a variety of lures and baits to catch speckled trout, including topwater lures, soft plastics, and live shrimp. As you cast your line, keep an eye out for any signs of trout activity, such as jumping or splashing in the water. Whether you're a seasoned angler or a beginner, a wade fishing trip in Galveston Bay is an experience you won't soon forget. With some patience, skill, and a bit of luck, you'll be able to catch some amazing flounder, redfish, and speckled trout, and enjoy some of the best fishing in Texas! Read More

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Wade Fishing Frenzy

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24 ft 1 - 4 People From $575
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trip description for Shark Adventure in Galveston

We will be targeting big black tip and spinner sharks off the Galveston beachfront. There will be also other species of sharks, those are just the most common types. These trips range from 3 miles to 9 miles off the Galveston beach front. These trips are fun for all anglers of all ages. Sharks bring a thrill that most fish cannot. Hot and heavy action and a huge pull is what to expect on these trips. Read More

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Shark Adventure

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25 ft 1 - 4 People From $700
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trip description for Galveston Catch and Release Only in Galveston

Join Captain Michael for a productive day of fishing in Galveston, Texas! Captain Michael will help you target Redfish and Speckled Trout on this 5-hour trip. You will fish aboard his 26’ Majek Extreme center console boat equipped with a 300 HP Suzuki engine as well as a GPS, fishfinder, live bait well (shrimp and croaker - included at additional price), multimedia system, wireless trolling motor, and an icebox. He can accommodate up to 4 anglers. Make sure to bring a valid Texas fishing license, food, a hat, sunscreen, and some good company! Captain Michael will provide all rods, reels, tackle, and lures. He will also provide water but feel free to bring your own drinks. Whether it’s your first time on the water or you are a seasoned professional, Captain Michael would love to take you out on a fishing adventure to remember! Read More

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Galveston Catch And Release Only

100% (6)
26 ft 1 - 4 People From $425
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trip description for Trophy Trout Trip in Galveston

Chase Trophy Redfish and Speckled Trout with Captain Tanner in Galveston! Join us for an exhilarating fishing adventure as we target trophy-sized Redfish and Speckled Trout. Captain Tanner will lead you through the inshore waters, flats, and jetties of Galveston, Texas, in pursuit of these prized catches. What's in Store? Targeting Trophies: This trip is all about the thrill of the hunt for trophy-sized Redfish and Speckled Trout. We'll employ both artificial and live baits as we explore shallow bays and water columns. For Intermediate to Advanced Anglers: These trips are designed for anglers with intermediate to advanced skills who are eager to target trophy fish. Captain Tanner will provide the expertise and guidance to help you achieve your angling goals. All Ages Welcome: While this adventure is perfect for serious anglers, all ages are welcome! Whether you're a seasoned pro or new to fishing, you'll have the opportunity to learn and enjoy the excitement. Meet Captain Tanner: Your Expert Guide Captain Tanner is a skilled and experienced guide, ready to share his knowledge and lead you to the best spots for Redfish and Speckled Trout. With his guidance and the prime location of Galveston, you're in for an unforgettable angling experience. Book Your Trophy Fishing Trip Today! Don't miss the chance to embark on this exciting fishing adventure with Captain Tanner. Secure your spot now and get ready for a day filled with thrilling pursuits, camaraderie, and memories that will last a lifetime. Let Captain Tanner and the vibrant marine life help you create fishing memories you'll cherish forever! Read More

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Trophy Trout Trip

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25 ft 1 - 4 People From $550
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trip description for 22' Whaler Inshore in Galveston

Captain Vincent will use his lifelong fishing experience and knowledge to take you where the fish are biting! Expect a whole lot of Speckled Trout, Redfish, Flounder, and Tarpon on your half (6 hour) or full (8 hour) day adventure across the Galveston Bay. Captain Vincent will provide artificial bait, so hook one on and let it rip! Treat yourself and three others to a day on the water with Captain Vincent! Read More

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22' Whaler Inshore

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22 ft 1 - 4 People From $550
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trip description for Half Day Bay - 24’ Kenner in Galveston

Head out of Galveston for a phenomenal day out on the water with Captain Reggie! On this trip, you'll drift-fish over shelves, underwater structure, and secret "honey holes" that Captain Reggie has identified over his many years fishing the Galveston area. Depending on your goals for the day, you can target Speckled Trout, Redfish, Flounder and Sheepshead—to name just a few. This trip is also a great chance to go for a "Texas Grand Slam" or a "Texas Triple" by catching a Redfish, a Trout, and a Flounder in one day! No matter which species you choose to pursue, Captain Reggie is a pleasure to share a boat with. He's happy to work with box experts and beginners alike, and loves showing "greenhorns" the wonders of saltwater fishing. His knowledge of the Galveston waterways makes him a great captain and an even better teacher, for beginners to experienced anglers! Captain Reggie provides all the rods, reels, tackle, and bait you could possibly need for a successful day slaying the fish. All you need to do is meet Captain Reggie at the dock. Please remember your sun protection, your cooler with snacks and drinks, and your Texas Fishing License. Captain Reggie will take it from there and ensure you have a fantastic day on the water! Read More

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Half Day Bay - 24’ Kenner

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24 ft 1 - 4 People From $500
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trip description for Half Day on the Bay in Galveston

Captain Zach owns and operates his family run charter out of Galveston, Texas. Capt. Zach comes from a long line of honorable fishermen and his sea instinct is honed in a way that is sure to put you the fish. More than just a skilled captain and fisherman, he will take the time to teach you about fishing techniques and conservation. Expect your trip with Capt. Zach to not only be fun, productive, and rewarding, but also educational as he has been fishing these specific waters for 8 years. Depending on the time of year, you’ll chase after Speckled Trout, Redfish, Black Drum, Sheepshead, Pompano, Jack Crevalle, Sharks, and many other species. During the Red Fish or Black Drum spawn, expect to catch and release some massive trophy fish! Read More

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Half Day On The Bay

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26 ft 1 - 6 People From $600
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trip description for "Trout Man Mike" Adventures in Galveston

Get up bright and early to catch the plethora of fish feeding at sunrise with Captain Michael! Captain Michael will help you target Redfish, Speckled Trout, and Flounder throughout your inshore bay and nearshore fishing experience. Captain Michael’s 26’ skiff can host up to 4 people. He requires that you bring a Texas fishing license with a saltwater stamp, food and drinks (no glass), and an ice chest for your day's catch. Other than that, Captain Michael will cover the rest. He will provide quality rods and reels, artificial baits, all tackle, and ice for drinks. You can also purchase live bait at an additional price. Be sure to listen to Captain Michael’s advice - he’ll take you where the fish are biting. Read More

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"Trout Man Mike" Adventures

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26 ft 1 - 4 People From $475

Everything to Know About Booking a Freeport blue marlin fishing charter

What are the best blue marlin fishing charters in Freeport?

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 3 blue marlin trips in Freeport, and the most popular trips in the area are Freeport Run - 38' Luhrs guided by JT, Freeport Offshore Run - 38' Luhrs guided by JT, and Overnight Offshore - 38' Luhrs guided by JT.

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.

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What types of blue marlin fishing charters are common in Freeport?

Deep Sea fishing is the most popular for blue marlin in Freeport.

The most common fishing techniques in Freeport are trolling, jigging, and heavy tackle fishing but deep dropping and bottom fishing are popular as well.

How much do Freeport blue marlin fishing charters cost?

for blue marlin in Freeport prices can range anywhere from about $2,172 to $3,340, but the average price for a full day trip for blue marlin in Freeport is $2,728.

What month is best for blue marlin fishing in Freeport?

The most popular season for blue marlin fishing in Freeport is summer, and most anglers book their trips 29 days in advance.

Do I need a Freeport fishing license for blue marlin and what are the bag limits for blue marlin in Freeport?

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

What is blue marlin fishing in Freeport all about?

Blue marlin fishing in Freeport offers anglers an exhilarating opportunity to target one of the ocean's most iconic and powerful game fish. Renowned for their immense size, strength, and acrobatic displays, blue marlin are the ultimate challenge for anglers seeking an unforgettable offshore fishing experience. Found in the deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico, blue marlin frequent offshore areas with temperature breaks, currents, and underwater structures, making Freeport a prime destination for anglers in pursuit of these majestic creatures.

One effective method for blue marlin fishing in Freeport is trolling with large artificial lures or rigged baits. Anglers deploy multiple lines rigged with lures or baits behind the boat and troll at varying speeds to cover a wide area of water. Blue marlin are known to feed near the surface, making trolling an ideal technique for enticing strikes from these elusive predators. Anglers must be prepared for the sudden and powerful strikes of blue marlin, as well as their impressive displays of aerial acrobatics once hooked.

In addition to trolling, anglers in Freeport can also target blue marlin using live baiting techniques. Anglers deploy live baitfish such as mullet, bonito, or mackerel rigged with circle hooks and weighted rigs to entice strikes from blue marlin cruising beneath the surface. Patience and persistence are key when live baiting for blue marlin, as anglers may need to wait for extended periods for a fish to take the bait. With its reputation as a world-class blue marlin fishing destination, Freeport offers anglers the opportunity to test their skills against one of the ocean's most prized game fish amidst the stunning offshore waters of the Gulf of Mexico.

What are the most popular months to fish for blue marlin fishing in Freeport?

In Freeport, blue marlin seasons provide anglers with distinct windows of opportunity to pursue these magnificent oceanic predators in the Gulf of Mexico. While blue marlin can be found in Freeport's offshore waters throughout the year, certain seasons offer more favorable conditions for successful encounters. Typically, the peak seasons for blue marlin fishing in Freeport coincide with the warmer months of late spring through early fall when these fish are more abundant and active in the offshore areas.

During the spring and early summer months, blue marlin become more active as water temperatures rise, and they begin to migrate into the Gulf of Mexico in search of prey and suitable spawning grounds. Anglers targeting blue marlin during this season can expect to find them around temperature breaks, underwater structures, and areas with abundant baitfish. This period offers prime conditions for trolling with large artificial lures or rigged baits, as blue marlin are known to feed near the surface and are more likely to strike.

As summer progresses into fall, blue marlin fishing in Freeport remains productive, with these fish continuing to inhabit the offshore waters throughout the area. Anglers may need to adjust their tactics as water temperatures fluctuate and blue marlin behavior changes, but opportunities to encounter them persist throughout the season. By understanding the seasonal movements and behaviors of blue marlin, anglers can maximize their chances of success and enjoy memorable fishing experiences in Freeport's deep and productive offshore waters.

What techniques are popular for catching blue marlin in Freeport?

Blue marlin fishing in Freeport demands skillful techniques and strategic approaches to successfully hook and land these powerful oceanic predators. One effective method is trolling with large artificial lures or rigged baits. Anglers deploy multiple lines behind the boat and troll at varying speeds to cover a wide area of water. Blue marlin are known to feed near the surface, making trolling an ideal technique for enticing strikes. Anglers must be vigilant, ready to respond to the sudden and powerful strikes of blue marlin, as well as their impressive aerial displays once hooked.

In addition to trolling, anglers in Freeport can also target blue marlin using live baiting techniques. Anglers deploy live baitfish such as mullet, bonito, or mackerel rigged with circle hooks and weighted rigs to entice strikes from blue marlin cruising beneath the surface. Patience and persistence are crucial when live baiting for blue marlin, as anglers may need to wait for extended periods for a fish to take the bait. However, the reward of hooking into a blue marlin on live bait is an exhilarating experience that anglers cherish.

Furthermore, another technique for blue marlin fishing in Freeport is using teasers or dredges to attract and entice fish to the boat. Teasers are artificial lures or daisy chains trailed behind the boat to mimic a school of baitfish, while dredges are spreader bars or chains with multiple artificial baits designed to create a commotion in the water. These techniques can be used in conjunction with trolling or live baiting to increase the chances of attracting blue marlin to the boat and enticing strikes. With a combination of trolling, live baiting, and teaser/dredge techniques, anglers can maximize their chances of success when targeting blue marlin in Freeport's offshore waters.

What other species are popular in Freeport?

Aside from the exhilarating pursuit of blue marlin, Freeport offers anglers a diverse range of other species to target, ensuring an exciting and varied fishing experience. One notable species is the yellowfin tuna, prized for its fast-paced runs and delectable flesh. Yellowfin tuna inhabit the offshore waters of Freeport, where they feed on baitfish and squid. Anglers often target yellowfin tuna using trolling techniques with skirted lures, diving plugs, or rigged baits, as well as chunking or live bait fishing methods.

Another sought-after species in Freeport is the wahoo, known for its explosive strikes and powerful runs. Wahoo can be found in both nearshore and offshore waters, particularly around reefs, ledges, and offshore structures. Anglers targeting wahoo often use high-speed trolling techniques with diving plugs or skirted lures to entice strikes. Live bait fishing with rigged baits or trolling with lures at varying depths can also be effective for targeting wahoo in Freeport's productive fishing grounds.

Furthermore, anglers in Freeport can target a variety of reef species, including red snapper, grouper, and amberjack, among others. These fish inhabit the offshore reefs, wrecks, and oil rigs around Freeport, providing anglers with ample opportunities for success. Bottom fishing with live bait, jigging, or trolling around structure can yield impressive catches of reef species, offering anglers a challenging and rewarding fishing experience. With its rich biodiversity and abundance of fishing opportunities, Freeport promises anglers an unforgettable adventure along the Texas Gulf Coast.

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