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Nearshore Beachfront Blast

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Galveston Deep Sea Trophy Fishing

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38 ft 1 - 6 People From $2,850
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Fishing in Galveston
Fishing in Galveston
Fishing in Galveston
trip description for Offshore - State Waters 30' Proline in Galveston

On this state water trip, Captain Jeff will help you target King Fish, Flounder, Shark, Jack fish, Stingray, oversized Red fish, Ling, Trout, Spanish Mackerel, Black Drum & other types of fish. You'll be able to explore up to 9 miles offshore and hit some close offshore rigs and some reefs on this all day adventure. Read More

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Offshore - State Waters 30' Proline

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30 ft 1 - 6 People From $1,650
Fishing in Galveston
Fishing in Galveston
Fishing in Galveston
trip description for Federally Permitted Deep Sea in Galveston

This trip is a deep sea trip out 40 miles. Trip fuel, bait & tackle are all included on each trip. As always, fish are cleaned and packaged with all of our charters Read More

Deep Sea Fishing Charter near Freeport

Federally Permitted Deep Sea

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32 ft 1 - 6 People From $1,950
Fishing in Port O'Connor
Fishing in Port O'Connor
Fishing in Port O'Connor
trip description for Bay and Jetty Fishing in Port O'Connor

Hop on board with Captain John and experience an action-packed day of fishing in Port O’Connor, Texas! Captain John has fished these waters for over 20 years and is a highly-respected guide in the POC area. Prepare to test your casting accuracy as you fish in and around POC’s inshore and nearshore waters along with their reefs, flats, and backcountry waters. Captain John will help you chase Black Drum, Speckled Trout, Sheepshead, Redfish, and many more fish species. These trips are also family-friendly - Captain John loves teaching little ones about the various fish species in the area. Make sure you bring a valid Texas Saltwater Fishing License, food and drinks of your choice, sunscreen, and a hat. Capt John will provide all rods, reels, tackle, and lures. He will also fillet your fish for you at the end of the trip at no additional cost. Come and explore this fishing paradise and make some everlasting memories with Captain John! Read More

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Bay And Jetty Fishing

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25 ft 1 - 4 People From $550
Fishing in Matagorda
Fishing in Matagorda
Fishing in Matagorda
trip description for Matagorda Bay Catch and Release in Matagorda

Captain Stan knows exactly where to go to find those trophy-sized fish! He has 15+ years of experience as a professional guide and 35+ in the Texas Coastal Bay system - listen closely and you’ll be reelin’ in the big dawgs in no time. Captain Stan will tailor your trip any way you choose! He provides inshore fishing in both Matagorda Bay and the Middle Texas Coast. He’ll take you to the flats where you can wade fish or fish from the boat. You can also drift or anchor in the back lakes for Redfish. Expect to target Black Drum, Flounder, Redfish, Sheepshead, Speckled Trout / Spotted Seatrout, Tripletail on these 5-hour (half-day) and 8-hour (full day) adventures. You’ll be fishing on Captain Stan’s 24’ Tran Sport Cat Boats center console. This vessel can accommodate up to 4 anglers. These trips are family-friendly as well. Captain Stan loves teaching the little ones about the species that call Matagorda Bay home. You’ll need to bring a Texas Saltwater Fishing License. Captain Stan will provide all rods (not furnished for wade fishing), reels, and tackle. You can bring food and drinks, but you may also request lunch, snacks, and/or drinks to be provided for an additional fee. You can also purchase live bait for an extra cost. Just sit back, relax, and enjoy some quality fishing on the beautiful Texas Gulf Coast with Captain Stan! Read More

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Matagorda Bay Catch And Release

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24 ft 1 - 4 People From $550
Fishing in Galveston
Fishing in Galveston
Fishing in Galveston
trip description for Bay or Jetty Fishing-Weekday in Galveston

Climb aboard and explore the deeper waters of Galveston Bay! On this 5 hour trip, you can expect to fish within the bays and jetties surrounding Galveston. Captain Bobby has an eye for black drum, so don’t be surprised when the fish bite! In addition to black drum, you could catch shark, flounder, jack crevalle, king mackerel, ladyfish, mangrove snapper, and many more species of fish. The trip can host up to 6 people and is for anglers of all skill levels. Captain Bobby's 40’ sportfisher cuts through the surf making for a smoother and quicker ride out. Captain Bobby requires you to bring a valid Texas Fishing License with a saltwater stamp. You can also bring food and drink of your choice on board (no glass). You can also purchase live bait for an additional fee. Get out there and have a blast! Read More

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Bay Or Jetty Fishing-Weekday

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40 ft 1 - 6 People From $700
Fishing in Galveston
Fishing in Galveston
Fishing in Galveston
trip description for Galveston Jetty Fishing in Galveston

Explore Galveston unique jetty ecosystem brimming with quality fish! You’ll head out bright and early (~6:30 a.m) and target Redfish, Trout, sharks, and other species throughout your 6-hour adventure with Captain Brandon. Captain Brandon uses a 38’ Rampage offshore sport fishing boat. This vessel can accommodate up to 6 anglers and runs on a 1050 HP Caterpillar twin C-9 engines. This boat is built for comfort, boasting a kitchen, toilet, shower, bed, and air conditioning. She also has a refrigerator and an ice box. You’ll also have a first mate to help you at all times. Make sure you bring a valid Texas fishing license, food and drinks of your choice, a hat, sunscreen, and some good company! Captain Brandon will provide all rods, reels, tackle, and even live bait. Galveston’s productive waters are calling your name, so book a trip with Captain Brandon today! Read More

Jetty Fishing Charter near Freeport

Galveston Jetty Fishing

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Everything to Know About Booking a Freeport tripletail fishing charter

What are the best tripletail fishing charters in Freeport?

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 19 tripletail trips in Freeport, and the most popular trips in the area are Freeport on Light Tackle guided by Robert and Nearshore Beachfront Blast guided by Rodney.

Our guides in Freeport are rated a 4.89 out of 5 based on 2711 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 tripletail guides / fishing lessons in Freeport? Check out our beginner and family friendly tripletail guides in Freeport.

What types of tripletail fishing charters are common in Freeport?

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

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

How much do Freeport tripletail fishing charters cost?

for tripletail in Freeport prices can range anywhere from about $565 to $2,667, but the average price for a half day trip for tripletail in Freeport is $690. The average price for a full day trip for tripletail in Freeport is $1,693.

What month is best for tripletail fishing in Freeport?

The most popular season for tripletail fishing in Freeport is spring, and most anglers book their trips 13 days in advance.

Do I need a Freeport fishing license for tripletail and what are the bag limits for tripletail 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 tripletail fishing in Freeport all about?

Tripletail fishing in Freeport presents anglers with an intriguing and rewarding pursuit in the bountiful waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Tripletail, known for their distinctive appearance and delicious flesh, inhabit a variety of habitats such as nearshore structures, floating debris, and buoys. These elusive fish often position themselves near the surface, mimicking the appearance of floating debris or leaves, making them a challenging yet exciting target for anglers.

One effective method for tripletail fishing in Freeport is sight casting. Anglers scan the surface of the water for floating debris, such as crab trap buoys or pieces of wood, where tripletail often congregate. Once a tripletail is spotted, anglers quietly approach the fish and present their bait or lure with precision to entice a strike. Live bait such as shrimp, crabs, or small fish, as well as artificial lures like small jigs or soft plastics, can be effective for enticing tripletail to bite.

In addition to sight casting, anglers in Freeport can also target tripletail around offshore structures such as oil rigs, platforms, and navigation markers. Tripletail often seek refuge and forage around these structures, providing anglers with opportunities for productive fishing. Anglers can use techniques such as bottom fishing with live bait or jigging near the structure to entice strikes from tripletail. With its unique fishing opportunities and abundance of tripletail-rich waters, Freeport offers anglers a thrilling and memorable experience in pursuit of these prized fish.

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

In Freeport, the seasons for tripletail fishing offer anglers distinct periods of opportunity to target these intriguing and delicious fish in the Gulf of Mexico waters. While tripletail can be encountered in Freeport's waters throughout the year, certain seasons provide more favorable conditions for successful encounters. Typically, the peak seasons for tripletail fishing in Freeport coincide with the warmer months of late spring through early fall when these fish are more abundant and active in nearshore and offshore waters.

During the spring and early summer months, tripletail become more active as water temperatures rise, and they begin to migrate into shallower waters along the coastlines and nearshore structures. Anglers targeting tripletail during this season can expect to find them around floating debris, crab trap buoys, and navigation markers, where they often congregate in search of prey and shelter. This period offers prime conditions for sight casting and presenting baits or lures to entice strikes from tripletail.

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

What techniques are popular for catching tripletail in Freeport?

Tripletail fishing in Freeport demands a mix of strategic techniques to successfully hook these elusive and delicious fish. One effective method is sight casting, which involves scanning the surface of the water for floating debris, such as crab trap buoys or pieces of wood, where tripletail often congregate. Once a tripletail is spotted, anglers quietly approach the fish and present their bait or lure with precision to entice a strike. Live bait such as shrimp, crabs, or small fish, as well as artificial lures like small jigs or soft plastics, can be effective for enticing tripletail to bite.

Another technique for tripletail fishing in Freeport is targeting them around offshore structures such as oil rigs, platforms, and navigation markers. Tripletail often seek refuge and forage around these structures, providing anglers with opportunities for productive fishing. Anglers can use techniques such as bottom fishing with live bait or jigging near the structure to entice strikes from tripletail. By presenting baits or lures effectively around these structures, anglers increase their chances of encountering tripletail and enjoying a successful fishing outing.

Furthermore, anglers in Freeport can employ trolling techniques to target tripletail along coastal waters and nearshore areas. Slow trolling with live baits or small lures near floating debris or along the edges of weed lines can attract tripletail looking for an easy meal. Anglers should vary their trolling speed and depth to mimic the movement of natural prey and increase their chances of enticing strikes from tripletail. With a combination of sight casting, targeting offshore structures, and trolling techniques, anglers can maximize their chances of success when pursuing tripletail in the productive waters of Freeport.

What other species are popular in Freeport?

Aside from targeting tripletail, Freeport offers anglers a variety of other species to pursue, ensuring a diverse and exciting fishing experience. One notable species is the redfish, prized for its strong fighting ability and delicious taste. Redfish can be found in the shallower waters of bays, estuaries, and marshes around Freeport, where they feed on a variety of prey including shrimp, crabs, and small fish. Anglers often target redfish using live bait such as shrimp or mullet, as well as artificial lures like spoons, soft plastics, or topwater plugs.

Another sought-after species in Freeport is the speckled trout, renowned for its aggressive strikes and challenging fights. Speckled trout inhabit the shallow flats, marshes, and estuaries along the coastlines, where they feed on baitfish and crustaceans. Anglers targeting speckled trout often use techniques such as drifting with live bait or casting artificial lures like soft plastics, spoons, or topwater plugs. Early mornings and evenings are prime times to target speckled trout when they are most active and feeding near the surface.

Furthermore, anglers in Freeport can target a variety of offshore species, including king mackerel, snapper, grouper, and amberjack, among others. Venturing offshore to reefs, wrecks, and oil rigs provides anglers with opportunities to encounter these hard-fighting and delicious species using techniques such as trolling, bottom fishing, and jigging. With its rich biodiversity and abundance of fishing opportunities, Freeport promises anglers an unforgettable fishing adventure along the Texas Gulf Coast.

Recent Reviews of Captain Experiences

  • ★★★★★
    we had a great time who was great captain was even better than took us to all the fish were made at home made us feel comfortable. Really appreciate the trip.

    Gerald Y. with Brandon M. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Captain experience really did my group well! Great way to celebrate a bachelors party. They helped in many ways, especially when there was last minute adjustments needed due to weather. They were all in ! Captain Jason & Connor gave us the experience we needed !

    Crockett G. with Jason W. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Jason had us on the fish early. Great day of fishing. Probably caught at least 30. Great day on the water with my family and very laid back Captain. Appreciate you Captain Jason and we will definitely be booking again

    Dustin H. with Jason W. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Trip was great! Got wore out reeling in so many fish! Captain Steve was the best.

    Ernest B. with Brandon M. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Reyes did an outstanding job. My son and I had planned to meet him in Matagorda and fish East Matagorda Bay. A few days before the trip, he texted suggesting that we meet him in Palacios and fish West Matagorda Bay because he’d had several days of good catches there. We agreed and had a great day on the water. We caught our limit of speckled trout and had a good haul of black drum. He was very attentive and hardworking. I highly recommend him.

    Tom N. with Reyes P. of Matagorda, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Great time, awesome guides

    Dalton B. with Brandon M. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Robert did an excellent job getting us on some fish and taking care of us! Would definitely recommend!!

    Colleen S. with Robert M. of Freeport, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Great morning out for my son’s birthday & Father’s Day!

    Christy E. with Blake S. of Dickinson, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Cody was amazing. thanks for saving our trip after our offshore got canceled due to weather.

    Patrick G. with Blake S. of Dickinson, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Great guide on a very slow day he got us on fish. None of them were keepers but that’s not Captain Stans fault

    Don D. with Stan S. of Matagorda, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    WE ad a wonderful time.

    Michael M. with Blake S. of Dickinson, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    We had a great time with Captain Robbert. He was knowledgeable and informative. He put us on some good fish. I would definitely recommend a trip with him.

    Kenneth G. with Robert M. of Freeport, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    This small last minute half-day trip for my dad and I was perfect. Capt. Robert was very professional and put us in all the right spots for fish. His communication leading up to the trip was spot on, especially with us being unfamiliar with the area and threatening rain chance, it really made a big difference. We will definitely choose him again!! Thanks to Captain Experiences for setting this up!

    Kellyn P. with Robert M. of Freeport, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    We had a great day out on the water with Michael. In less than ideal water and wind conditions he worked hard to put us on fish and we ended up with a nice catch of trout, redfish and flounder (and caught quite few more fish below the limit). They were really accommodating when it came to changing dates due to weather and the location for easy pick up... I will use them again for sure.

    Simon S. with Blake S. of Dickinson, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Blake was an awesome guide. He was very relaxed and and helped us newbies every step of the way. Thanks for a wonderful fishing experience.

    Alma S. with Blake S. of Dickinson, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Brandon is the best!!! I highly recommend him for any type of fishing that you would like to do. He is very knowledgeable and will be there for you every step of the way. If it is your fist time or you have been before, this is the guide for you. We will book with him again.

    John B. with Brandon M. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    The trip with Blake was excellent. Blake was easy going and knowledgeable about where the fish were at. Overall it was a great trip! We highly recommend Blake in the future!

    Chris C. with Blake S. of Dickinson, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Good experience learned a lot . Did not catch any fish but enjoyed the company.

    Gavin B. with John A. of Port O'Connor, Texas

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