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Fishing in Onalaska
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trip description for Lake Livingston Full Day in Onalaska

Hop on board with Scott for an exciting day of fishing on Lake Livingston! On this 6-hour freshwater trip, you'll be targeting Blue Catfish, Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Striped Bass and White Bass. The White Bass here are plentiful and grow to large sizes, so expect to land some good ones! You'll also probably lure in some Blue Catfish on Lake Livingston. Largemouth bass, striped bass, and crappie are less abundant here but you might still find yourself reeling one in. Whatever fish you're after, Scott is a friendly guide who will land you some big catches and help you hone in your techniques along the way. You’ll be fishing on Scott’s 25’ Skeeter center console, which is equipped with a GPS, fishfinder and live bait well. It can accommodate 6 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! Scott will provide the rest. He will also clean any fish you catch for an additional charge. Read More

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trip description for Baytown Slam in Baytown

Head out with Captain David to explore these productive Galveston Bay system waters home to the “Texas Big Three” (Redfish, Flounder, and Speckled Trout), and many more species. On this 5-hour action-packed half day adventure, Captain David will help you chase 'em down! Captain David runs these trips aboard his 24’ Shallow Sport center console which can accommodate up to 4 anglers. This vessel is specifically designed for those shallow hotspots and makes for a smooth ride to and from his best fishing spots. Captain David specializes in sight casting and drift fishing the bay system on light tackle. If you’re willing to try something new, Captain David can also accommodate fly fishing if you want to bring your own gear! Your captain will provide all rods, reels, tackle, and lures. He’ll also provide water, although feel free to bring your drinks. On these trips, Captain David will provide a cooler with ice and water and extra space for you favorite snacks and beverages to chill as well! Other than snacks and drink please make sure you bring a valid Texas saltwater fishing license, otherwise, Captain David will take care of the rest! Get ready for an exciting half-day of fishing with Captain David! Read More

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trip description for Sabine Lake Trout & Redfish in Deer Park

Prepare yourself for a relaxing, yet action-packed day on Sabine Lake with Captain Mike! Sabine Lake is renowned for its abundance of big Redfish and Speckled trout, which Captain Mike will help you catch throughout your 6-hour adventure. There is a vast area of marsh surrounding this lake which adds a layer of fortification in the event of strong winds and high tide. You’ll be fishing on Captain 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. Come on down and make some memories with Captain Mike! Read More

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trip description for Monster Gar on Rod and Reel in Houston

Head out with Gar Master Mark for an awesome day of freshwater Garfishing! Alligator Gar are one of the most distinct fish you can find, and Mark is one of the best guides around to help you hook 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 species. 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 casting bait and lures for trophy-sized Alligator Gar. All deposits are final and non-refundable. However, if necessary you may reschedule your date or dates if needed due to unforeseen circumstances. Trips can also be extended at customers' request! Read More

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Enjoy year round private chartered fishing outings with friends or family in the upper Galveston Bay complex. Captain Ken departs from one of three location in and around the Baytown, Texas area. All equipment is provided to include cleaning of the catch. Live bait is not included in the price but will be secured for the trip at market price. Trips offered include both drifting fishing from the boat or wading the flats upon request (wading gear not provided). Read More

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If you’ve never fished the Galveston Bay system, you’re missing out. These productive waters are home to the “Texas Big Three” (Redfish, Flounder, and Speckled Trout), Amberjack, Sheepshead, Black Drum, and many more species. On this 9-hour action-packed adventure, Captain David will help you reel ‘em all in. Captain David conducts these trips using his 24’ Shallow Sport center console which can accommodate up to 4 anglers. This vessel is meant for those shallow hotspots and makes for a smooth ride to and from your destination. When fishing with Captain David, you’ll be fishing light tackle gear as you drift the bays with popping corks or site fish the shallows for cruising fish. Captain David can also accommodate fly fishing if you'd like to bring your own gear. Your captain will provide all rods, reels, tackle, and lures. He’ll also provide water, although feel free to bring your drinks. On these trips he’ll even provide a “captain’s lunch” for you and your group! Make sure you bring a valid Texas saltwater fishing license, but otherwise Captain David will take care of the rest. Get ready for an exciting day of fishing with Captain David! Read More

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Everything to Know About Booking a Fishing Guide in Livingston

What are the best fishing trips in Livingston?

Why should I book a fishing trip in Livingston with Captain Experiences?

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 6 trip in Livingston: Big Ol' Flathead Catfish Catch guided by Jeff.

Our guides in Livingston are rated a 5 out of 5 based on 3246 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.

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What types of fishing trips are common in Livingston?

Lake fishing is the most popular type of fishing in Livingston as well as river fishing, inshore fishing, and flats fishing.

The most commonly sought after species in Livingston are: 1. alligator gar, 2. black drum, 3. speckled trout, 4. redfish, and 5. flounder.

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

How much does a Livingston fishing trip cost?

Prices in Livingston can range anywhere from about $400 to $3,660, but the average price for a half day trip in Livingston is $604. The average price for a full day trip in Livingston is $1,873.

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 Livingston?

The most popular season for fishing in Livingston is fall, and most anglers book their trips 34 days in advance.

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

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

What is fishing in Livingston?

Fishing in Livingston, Texas, offers an unparalleled experience for anglers seeking adventure amidst the stunning landscapes of East Texas. Situated along the shores of Lake Livingston, one of the largest reservoirs in the state, this charming town boasts a reputation as a premier fishing destination. With its abundance of bass, catfish, crappie, and more, Lake Livingston provides anglers with endless opportunities to reel in their next big catch. Whether you're casting from the shore, navigating the lake's waters by boat, or trying your luck at one of the area's many fishing piers, there's no shortage of excitement to be found on the shores of Lake Livingston.

Beyond the shores of Lake Livingston, the nearby Trinity River offers another enticing fishing opportunity for anglers in Livingston. Known for its scenic beauty and diverse fish populations, the Trinity River provides a serene backdrop for a day of fishing adventure. Whether you're targeting trophy-sized catfish or testing your skills against the river's feisty bass and sunfish, the Trinity River offers a rewarding fishing experience for anglers of all ages and skill levels. With its tranquil waters and lush riverbanks, the Trinity River is the perfect destination for those seeking a more secluded and immersive fishing experience in the heart of East Texas.

In addition to its spectacular fishing opportunities, Livingston offers a wealth of amenities and attractions to enhance your fishing getaway. Visitors can explore the town's charming downtown area, which is filled with boutique shops, local eateries, and cultural attractions. From exploring historic sites and museums to enjoying outdoor recreation opportunities like hiking, biking, and birdwatching, there's something for everyone to enjoy in Livingston when they're not out on the water casting their lines. With its scenic beauty, abundant fishing opportunities, and small-town charm, Livingston, Texas, is the perfect destination for your next fishing adventure.

What are the most popular months to fish in Livingston?

Fishing seasons in Livingston, Texas, offer anglers a diverse range of opportunities throughout the year. Spring heralds the start of prime fishing conditions as temperatures rise, and aquatic life becomes more active. This season sees an influx of anglers eager to hook into the largemouth bass, crappie, and catfish that thrive in the waters of Lake Livingston and the surrounding area. As the flora and fauna awaken from winter slumber, so too does the excitement of fishermen, who flock to the lake's shores and tributaries in search of their next big catch.

Summer brings its own set of challenges and rewards for anglers in Livingston. While the Texas heat can be intense, it also brings about increased fish activity, particularly during the cooler hours of the morning and evening. Anglers can be found plying the waters of Lake Livingston, casting for bass, catfish, and crappie, or exploring the nearby Trinity River in search of trophy-sized catches. Whether you prefer the tranquility of a secluded cove or the excitement of open water fishing, summer in Livingston offers plenty of opportunities to enjoy the thrill of the catch.

As temperatures begin to cool and the leaves change color, fall ushers in a new season of fishing adventures in Livingston. This season sees a resurgence of activity among fish populations as they prepare for the winter months ahead. Anglers can take advantage of the cooler weather and abundant fish populations to reel in some impressive catches before the arrival of winter. Whether you're casting for bass along the shoreline or drifting along the Trinity River in search of catfish, fall offers a prime opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors and make memories that will last a lifetime.

What types of fishing are popular in Livingston?


In Livingston, Texas, anglers have a plethora of fishing techniques at their disposal to pursue the area's abundant fish species. One of the most popular methods is bass fishing, with Lake Livingston renowned for its exceptional largemouth bass population. Anglers often employ a variety of tactics, including casting with artificial lures or live bait, flipping and pitching into shoreline cover, or trolling along submerged structures. Whether you're a novice angler or a seasoned pro, the challenge of hooking into a trophy-sized bass on Lake Livingston is an experience not to be missed.

Catfishing is another beloved pastime in Livingston, with the area's lakes and rivers teeming with these whiskered bottom-feeders. From channel catfish to blue catfish and flatheads, anglers have the opportunity to target a variety of species using a range of techniques, including bottom fishing with stinkbaits or cut bait, drifting with live bait, or jug fishing in the open water. With their voracious appetites and formidable fighting abilities, catfish provide anglers with thrilling battles and delicious table fare, making them a favorite target among fishermen of all ages.

For those seeking a more relaxed and leisurely fishing experience, crappie fishing in Livingston offers the perfect opportunity to unwind and enjoy the tranquility of the area's waterways. Anglers can target these panfish using a variety of methods, including jigging with small lures or live minnows, casting with ultralight tackle, or fishing beneath bobbers in shallow waters. Whether you're casting from a boat along the lake's shoreline or dropping your line from a quiet dock, crappie fishing in Livingston provides a peaceful and rewarding way to spend a day on the water.

What species are popular in Livingston?


In Livingston, Texas, anglers are greeted with a rich diversity of fish species to target, offering something for every preference and skill level. Largemouth bass reign supreme as the most sought-after species in the area's waters, particularly in the renowned Lake Livingston. With its sprawling expanse and ample cover, the lake provides the perfect habitat for these elusive predators, making it a haven for bass fishermen year-round. Whether you're casting topwater lures along the shoreline or probing deeper waters with crankbaits and jigs, the thrill of hooking into a trophy-sized bass is a highlight of fishing in Livingston.

Catfish are another prized catch in Livingston's waters, with Lake Livingston and the nearby Trinity River offering prime habitats for these whiskered bottom-feeders. From the hard-fighting channel catfish to the massive flatheads that lurk in the depths, anglers have the opportunity to target a variety of catfish species using a range of techniques, including bottom fishing with cut bait, jug fishing, or drift fishing with live bait. Whether you're a seasoned angler looking for a challenge or a novice hoping to reel in your first big catch, catfishing in Livingston promises thrilling battles and bountiful rewards.

For those seeking a more relaxed and family-friendly fishing experience, panfish such as crappie and bluegill provide abundant opportunities for anglers of all ages. These small but spirited fish can be found in the lakes, ponds, and creeks surrounding Livingston, offering a fun and accessible way to enjoy a day on the water. Whether you're casting from the shore with a simple bobber rig or trolling with small jigs and spinners, crappie and bluegill fishing in Livingston provides plenty of action and excitement for anglers seeking to connect with nature and reel in some memorable catches.

What are the best places to fish in Livingston?

When it comes to finding the best places to fish in Livingston, Texas, Lake Livingston stands out as the crown jewel of angling destinations. Spanning over 90,000 acres, this expansive reservoir offers anglers a wealth of opportunities to reel in a variety of fish species. Whether you prefer casting from the comfort of a boat or angling from one of the many shoreline fishing spots, Lake Livingston's diverse habitats provide ample chances to hook into prized catches like largemouth bass, catfish, crappie, and more. With numerous marinas, fishing piers, and boat ramps dotting its shores, Lake Livingston ensures that anglers of all skill levels can enjoy a memorable fishing experience.

For those seeking a more secluded and tranquil fishing excursion, the Trinity River offers an idyllic escape into the heart of nature. Flowing through the scenic landscapes of East Texas, the Trinity River provides anglers with the opportunity to fish in a serene and unspoiled environment. Anglers can explore the river's meandering channels and hidden backwaters in search of trophy-sized catfish, bass, and other freshwater species. Whether you prefer fishing from the bank or navigating the river's waters by kayak or canoe, the Trinity River offers a peaceful and rewarding fishing experience away from the hustle and bustle of Lake Livingston.

In addition to its vast reservoirs and winding rivers, Livingston boasts several smaller ponds and creeks that are perfect for anglers seeking a more intimate fishing experience. Places like City Lake Park and Memorial Park Pond offer convenient fishing access for residents and visitors alike, with plenty of opportunities to catch bass, catfish, and panfish. Whether you're casting a line from the shoreline, fishing from a paddleboat, or simply enjoying a leisurely stroll around the water's edge, these local fishing spots provide a welcoming and family-friendly environment for anglers of all ages to enjoy the simple pleasures of fishing in Livingston, Texas.

Other things to do in Livingston

While fishing is a prominent activity in Livingston, Texas, there's an abundance of attractions and activities to enjoy beyond the water's edge. Nature enthusiasts can immerse themselves in the stunning landscapes of the region by exploring the nearby Sam Houston National Forest. With its miles of hiking trails, scenic picnic areas, and pristine wilderness, the forest offers endless opportunities for outdoor adventure, from birdwatching and wildlife photography to camping and nature walks. Whether you're seeking a peaceful retreat into nature or an adrenaline-pumping outdoor excursion, the Sam Houston National Forest provides the perfect backdrop for exploration and discovery.

History buffs will find plenty to captivate their interest in Livingston, with its rich cultural heritage and storied past. The Polk County Memorial Museum offers a fascinating glimpse into the area's history, showcasing artifacts and exhibits that chronicle the lives of early settlers, Native Americans, and pioneers who shaped the region. From interactive displays and historical photographs to immersive exhibits detailing local industry and agriculture, the museum provides a comprehensive overview of Polk County's heritage, making it a must-visit destination for anyone interested in the history of East Texas.

For those seeking a taste of small-town charm and local flavor, downtown Livingston offers a vibrant array of shops, boutiques, and eateries to explore. Visitors can stroll along the historic streets, browse unique shops for handmade crafts and souvenirs, or sample delicious Texas barbecue and home-cooked Southern cuisine at one of the many local restaurants. With its friendly atmosphere and welcoming community, downtown Livingston provides the perfect backdrop for a leisurely day of shopping, dining, and exploring the hidden gems of this charming East Texas town.

Recent Reviews of Captain Experiences

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

    Bill J. with Richard T. of Willis, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    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

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

    Teresa L. with David R. of Baytown, Texas

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

    Leah A. with Mark M. of Houston, Texas

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

    Terry M. with David R. of Baytown, Texas

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

    Kale G. with Mark M. of Houston, Texas

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

    Kale G. with Mark M. of Houston, Texas

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

    Bruce H. with Richard T. of Willis, Texas

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

    Carlos C. with Richard T. of Willis, Texas

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

    Camille W. with Richard T. of Willis, Texas

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

    Camille W. with Richard T. of Willis, Texas

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

    Naoki H. with Kirk K. of Coldspring, Texas

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

    Darcy W. with Richard T. of Willis, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Great captain, great time!

    Camille W. with Richard T. of Willis, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Our trip was perfect Richard is very knowledgeable of the lake and the fish behaviors if you want to catch a limit of fish you won’t be disappointed

    Otis W. with Richard T. of Willis, Texas

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