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Fishing in Matagorda

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Matagorda "Texas Trio"

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Fishing in Matagorda

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Matagorda Bay Catch And Release

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24 ft 1 - 4 People $$
Fishing in Port O'Connor

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Bay And Jetty Fishing

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25 ft 1 - 4 People $$
Fishing in Palacios

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Palacios Angling Adventure

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24 ft 1 - 4 People $

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Fishing in Port O'Connor
Fishing in Port O'Connor
Fishing in Port O'Connor
trip description for Matagorda Bay Shallows in Port O'Connor

Climb aboard with Captain Brandon and learn why Port O’Connor provides some of the most prolific fishing experiences in Texas. On these 5-hour (half-day) and 8-hour (full day) adventures, Captain Brandon will help you chase Black Drum, Flounder, Redfish, and Sheepshead, some of POC’s best fish species. Captain Brandon will let you choose how you want to fish. You can choose between jigging, drifting, or bottom fishing. If you choose to wade fish, make sure you bring waders and wading boots. For these trips, Captain Brandon uses a 21’ Shoalwater flats boat which can accommodate up to 4 anglers. His boat is equipped with a GPS and a fishfinder - two perfect additions to help reel in those trophy-sized fish. Make sure to bring a valid Texas Fishing License, a hat, sunscreen, and any food and drinks of your choice (no glass). Captain Brandon will provide all rods, reels, and tackle. You can purchase live bait and fish cleaning for an additional price. Learn to fish new techniques and create lasting memories on the water while reeling in your personal best with Captain Brandon! Read More

Inshore Fishing Charter in Port O'Connor

Matagorda Bay Shallows

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21 ft 1 - 4 People $
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Fishing in Port O'Connor
Fishing in Port O'Connor
Fishing in Port O'Connor
trip description for Port O'Connor Inshore Fishing in Port O'Connor

Climb aboard with Captain Collin and embark on a fishing escapade through the waters of Port O’Connor! Whether it’s your first time on the water or you are a seasoned professional, this trip is for you. Captain Collin has 20+ years of experience fishing the waters of Port O’Connor and will lead you to where the fish bite. Expect to target Redfish, Black Drum, Flounder, Jack Crevalle, and Red Snapper (depending on the season). For these 6-hour (half-day) and 9-hour (full day) trips, Captain Collin uses his 23’ Shoalwater center console boat which can accommodate 6 anglers. He will provide everything you need to have a productive day on the water, including all rods, reels, and tackle. He will also have bottled water on board as well as an ice chest for your day’s catch. All you need to bring is a valid Texas fishing license and any food and drinks of your choice (no glass). Captain Collin also can accommodate wade fishing. You'll need your own waders and wading boots in the winter months, but feel free to stalk ‘em in skinny water in a bathing suit or shorts in the warmer spring and summer months. We recommend wading trips for anglers with more experience. Have a blast with Captain Collin! Read More

Inshore Fishing Charter in Port O'Connor

Port O'Connor Inshore Fishing

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23 ft 1 - 6 People $$
Fishing in Bay City
Fishing in Bay City
Fishing in Bay City
trip description for East/West Matagorda Bay in Bay City

Captain Nick will help you reel in your personal best on your 5-hour (half-day) or 8-hour (full day) adventure! Expect to target Black Drum, Flounder, Redfish, and Sheepshead. Captain Nick will provide all rods, reels, and lures. Bring a valid Texas saltwater fishing license, a cooler to take home your day’s catch, food, and drinks of your choice. Learn to fish new techniques and create lasting memories on the water while reeling in your personal best with Captain Nick! Read More

Flats, Inshore Fishing Charter in Bay City

East/West Matagorda Bay

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1 - 6 People $$
Fishing in Matagorda
Fishing in Matagorda
Fishing in Matagorda
trip description for Bay fishing trips in Matagorda

Hit the water with Captain Joe on your 5-hour (half-day) or 7-hour (full day) adventure through the waters of Matagorda, Texas! Captain Joe will help you catch the limits of the Texas Big Three: Redfish, Flounder, and Speckled Trout. With over 20 years of experience fishing in Matagorda Bay, Captain Joe will take you to where the fish are biting in no time. His 2021 24' Haynie Cat boat can accommodate up to 4 anglers. Whether it’s your first time out on the water or a seasoned professional, these are the trip for you. Captain Joe will provide everything you need to have a productive day on the water, except a saltwater fishing license and bait. He will provide all rods, reels, tackle, and live bait (shrimp and croaker at market price). He will also provide water, and an ice box for your day’s catch. Get ready for an exciting on the water experience with Captain Joe! Read More

Flats, Inshore, Jetty, River Fishing Charter in Matagorda

Bay Fishing Trips

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24 ft 1 - 4 People $$
Fishing in Matagorda
Fishing in Matagorda
Fishing in Matagorda
trip description for Gator Trout Trip in Matagorda

Come explore the Gulf Coast with Captain Gary! On this 5-hour (half-day) or 8-hour (full day) trip, you’ll be targeting the plethora of Gator Trout that inhabit these waters. You could also reel in some Black Drum, Flounder, Redfish, and Sheepshead. You’ll be fishing from Captain Gary’s 24 ft SVT Tran Cat Center console which can accommodate four anglers. Make sure you bring a valid Texas saltwater fishing license, food and drinks for the day, sunscreen, a hat, and a cooler to take home your day’s catch. Captain Gary will provide all rods, reels, and tackle. You can purchase live bait for an additional fee. Enjoy your day out on the water with Captain Gary! Read More

Flats, Inshore Fishing Charter in Matagorda

Gator Trout Trip

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24 ft 1 - 4 People $$
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

Flats, Inshore, Jetty Fishing Charter in Port O'Connor

Bay And Jetty Fishing

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25 ft 1 - 4 People $$
Fishing in Port O'Connor
Fishing in Port O'Connor
Fishing in Port O'Connor
trip description for Port O'Connor Bay Trip in Port O'Connor

Come on down to Port O’Connor, Texas and make some memories with Captain Kenneth! Captain Kenneth is one of the most respected guides in the POC area. Take his advice and you’ll be reelin’ in some fish in no time. For these 4, 5, and 8-hour trips, Captain Kenneth will help you target Redfish, Black Drum, Flounder, Sheepshead, and many more fish species. These trips can accommodate up to 6 people, so make sure you bring some good company! Make sure you bring a valid Texas Fishing License, sunscreen, and a cooler for any food and drinks of your choice (no glass). Capt. Kenneth will provide all rods, reels, and tackle. You can purchase live bait and fish cleaning/packaging for an additional fee. Prepare yourself for a thrilling day out with Captain Kenneth as you go after a range of exciting and delicious fish that call these waters home. Read More

Inshore Fishing Charter in Port O'Connor

Port O'Connor Bay Trip

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25 ft 1 - 4 People $
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

Inshore Fishing Charter in Matagorda

Matagorda Bay Catch And Release

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24 ft 1 - 4 People $$
Fishing in Matagorda
Fishing in Matagorda
Fishing in Matagorda
trip description for Matagorda Bay "Big Three" in Matagorda

Join Captain Rick on an excursion through Matagorda Bay! No matter your skill level, Captain Rick will accommodate your needs and ensure that your trip is as enjoyable as possible! On your 5-hour (half-day) or 8-hour (full day) adventure, Captain Rick will help you target the Texas Big Three: Speckled Trout, Redfish, and Flounder. Make sure to bring a valid Texas Saltwater Fishing License as well as some food and drinks of your choice (no glass). Rick will provide rods, reels, and lures. He will also clean and bag your fish at no extra cost. You may purchase live bait for an additional fee. Make sure you bring your game face, ‘cause it’s time to hit the water with Captain Rick! Read More

Inshore Fishing Charter in Matagorda

Matagorda Bay "Big Three"

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1 - 4 People $
Fishing in Bay City
Fishing in Bay City
Fishing in Bay City
trip description for Come Fish Matagorda Bay in Bay City

If you’ve never fished Matagorda Bay, Texas before, you’re missing out! These waters are home to some of the best Redfish, Flounder, and Speckled Trout in the Lone Star State. On this 5-hour (half-day) or 7-hour (full day) adventure, Captain Sid will be there to help you reel 'em in. Captain Sid will help you target Redfish, Trout, Flounder, and Tripletail. You might even travel a little further offshore, depending on the season. His 26’ Catalyst bay boat, powered by a 300 HP Suzuki engine, can accommodate 4 anglers who can all fish at the same time. In addition to gear, bait, and tackle, Captain Sid also provides sandwiches, chips, and bottled water. All you need to bring is your Texas fishing license, a pair of sunglasses, sunscreen, a hat, and an ice box for your day’s catch. Book a trip with Obsession Fishing today and experience the truly magnificent waters of Matagorda, Bay Texas! Read More

Inshore Fishing Charter in Bay City

Come Fish Matagorda Bay

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26 ft 1 - 4 People $$
Fishing in Port O'Connor
Fishing in Port O'Connor
Fishing in Port O'Connor
trip description for Full Day Offshore - 36' Contender in Port O'Connor

Climb aboard with Captain Robert and experience an electrifying day of offshore fishing in Port O’Connor, Texas! Captain Robert will take you 40 miles off the coast of POC, which is about an hour boat ride. Captain Robert’s 36’ offshore sportfishing boat powered by three 300HP Suzuki engines makes for a smooth ride out. Expect to target Flounder, Black Drum, Redfish, Sheepshead, Speckled Trout, and many more fish species throughout your full day or extended day trip with Captain Robert. Children of all ages are welcome, although Captain Robert only has life jackets that fit children older than 10. Parents should bring life vests for younger children. Make sure you bring a valid Texas Saltwater Fishing License as well as some food and drinks of your choice. Don’t forget an ice chest for your day’s catch. Fins and Feathers will provide all rods, reels, and tackle. They will also have a cooler for your drinks to go into. Live bait can be purchased before the trip or caught during the trip. Fuel is also an additional charge. Get ready for an unforgettable offshore adventure with Captain Robert! Read More

Deep Sea, Nearshore Fishing Charter in Port O'Connor

Full Day Offshore - 36' Contender

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36 ft 1 - 6 People $$$
Fishing in Matagorda
Fishing in Matagorda
Fishing in Matagorda
trip description for Matagorda Mayhem in Matagorda

Embark on an unforgettable outdoor adventure with Captain George where you’ll be targeting the Texas Big Three: Flounder, Redfish, and Speckled Trout. Captain George has fished these Texas Coast waters for over three decades and loves showing people of all skill levels how to fish the local waters. No matter if you’re a beginner or a seasoned professional, you’ll be in good hands! You’ll be fishing aboard his 24' Shallow Sport center console powered by a 250 HP Yamaha engine. She can accommodate 4 anglers. Make sure you bring a valid Texas saltwater fishing license, food and drinks, a hat, sunscreen, and some good company! Captain George will provide all rods, reels, tackle, lures, water, and ice for your upcoming trip. Captain George will also clean and fillet your catch back at the marina, so make sure you bring a large cooler to get your fish home. Read More

Flats, Inshore Fishing Charter in Matagorda

Matagorda Mayhem

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24 ft 1 - 4 People $$

Everything to Know About Booking a Matagorda tripletail fishing charter

What are the best tripletail fishing charters in Matagorda?

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 4 tripletail trips in Matagorda, and the most popular trips in the area are Matagorda "Texas Trio" guided by Reyes and Matagorda Bay Catch and Release guided by Stan.

Our guides in Matagorda are rated a 5 out of 5 based on 2529 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.

Another popular city nearby for booking a Tripletail charter is Palacios.

Looking for kid friendly tripletail guides / fishing lessons in Matagorda? Check out our beginner and family friendly tripletail guides in Matagorda.

What types of tripletail fishing charters are common in Matagorda?

Inshore fishing is the most popular for tripletail in Matagorda as well as flats fishing and jetty fishing.

The most common fishing techniques in Matagorda are light tackle fishing, wading, and trolling but live bait fishing and drift fishing are popular as well.

How much do Matagorda tripletail fishing charters cost?

for tripletail in Matagorda prices can range anywhere from an affordable $500 to $750, but the average price for a half day trip for tripletail in Matagorda is $589. The average price for a full day trip for tripletail in Matagorda is $700.

What month is best for tripletail fishing in Matagorda?

The most popular season for tripletail fishing in Matagorda is spring, and most anglers book their trips 26 days in advance.

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

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

What is tripletail fishing in Matagorda all about?

Tripletail, a unique and fascinating species, can be found in the coastal waters of Matagorda, providing anglers with an exciting and rewarding fishing experience. These fish are known for their distinctive appearance, featuring a rounded body and three distinct fins that give them their name. Tripletail are often found near structure such as buoys, channel markers, or floating debris, where they use their cryptic coloration to mimic the surroundings and ambush prey. Matagorda's bays, estuaries, and nearshore waters offer prime habitat for tripletail, making them an intriguing target for anglers seeking a diverse fishing experience.

Anglers targeting tripletail in Matagorda often employ a variety of techniques to entice these fish to bite. One popular method is sight fishing, where anglers scan the surface for floating debris, buoys, or other structures that may attract tripletail. Once located, anglers can carefully approach the fish and present lures or live bait to entice a strike. Tripletail are known for their opportunistic feeding behavior, making them susceptible to well-presented offerings. Techniques such as casting with artificial lures or offering live shrimp or small baitfish near the fish's vicinity can trigger aggressive strikes.

Successful tripletail anglers in Matagorda also pay close attention to tidal movements, as these fish often position themselves near structures where tidal currents bring a concentration of prey. Adjusting fishing times to coincide with tidal changes can increase the chances of encountering actively feeding tripletail. Tripletail are highly prized for their firm, white flesh, and the thrill of targeting these unique fish adds an extra dimension to the diverse fishing opportunities that Matagorda has to offer.

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

Tripletail seasons in Matagorda are influenced by various factors, including water temperature, tidal movements, and the presence of baitfish. Typically, the tripletail season in Matagorda kicks off in the spring as water temperatures begin to rise and baitfish become more abundant along the coast. During this time, tripletail start to move into the area's bays, estuaries, and nearshore waters, where they seek out structure such as buoys, channel markers, and floating debris to ambush prey. Spring offers prime opportunities for anglers to target tripletail as they become more active and aggressive in their feeding behavior.

As summer arrives in Matagorda, the tripletail season reaches its peak, with these fish becoming more abundant and widespread throughout the area's coastal waters. Warm water temperatures and increased baitfish activity draw tripletail into Matagorda's bays and estuaries in search of food, providing anglers with optimal conditions for targeting these unique game fish. During the summer months, tripletail can be found near a variety of structures, including crab trap buoys, navigation markers, and weed lines, where they often lie in wait to ambush passing prey. Anglers can capitalize on this abundance by sight fishing or presenting lures and live bait near these structures to entice strikes from hungry tripletail.

As fall approaches, the tripletail season in Matagorda begins to wind down, signaling the end of the prime fishing period for these elusive game fish. While still possible to encounter tripletail during this time, anglers may need to adjust their tactics and target other species as tripletail become less abundant along the coast. Cooler water temperatures and changing weather patterns prompt tripletail to migrate to warmer waters or seek refuge in deeper offshore areas, making them less accessible to anglers in Matagorda's nearshore waters. Despite the seasonal fluctuations, Matagorda's tripletail fishery offers exciting opportunities for anglers seeking a unique and challenging fishing experience against the backdrop of the area's scenic coastal landscape.

What techniques are popular for catching tripletail in Matagorda?

Tripletail fishing in Matagorda demands a blend of patience, observation, and strategic angling techniques to successfully target these elusive fish. Sight fishing is a favored method among anglers, involving scanning the surface of the water for floating debris, buoys, or other structures where tripletail may be lurking. Once a tripletail is spotted, anglers carefully approach the fish and present lures or live bait with precision. Tripletail are known for their opportunistic feeding behavior, making them susceptible to well-presented offerings such as artificial lures or live shrimp. This technique requires keen observation and a stealthy approach to avoid spooking the fish and maximize the chances of a successful hookup.

Another effective technique for targeting tripletail in Matagorda is casting with artificial lures. Anglers often use a variety of lures such as jigs, soft plastics, or topwater plugs to mimic the movements of baitfish or crustaceans that tripletail prey upon. Casting around structures such as buoys, channel markers, or floating debris can yield exciting strikes from hungry tripletail. Varying the retrieval speed and technique can help anglers find what triggers the most aggressive responses from these unique game fish.

Successful tripletail anglers in Matagorda also pay close attention to tidal movements and water conditions, as these factors can greatly influence the fish's behavior and feeding patterns. Tripletail often position themselves near structures where tidal currents bring a concentration of prey, making certain times of the tide more productive for fishing. Anglers may choose to adjust their fishing times to coincide with incoming or outgoing tides, increasing the chances of encountering actively feeding tripletail. By employing a combination of sight fishing, casting with artificial lures, and strategic timing, anglers in Matagorda can enjoy thrilling encounters with tripletail against the backdrop of the area's scenic coastal landscape.

What other species are popular in Matagorda?

In addition to targeting tripletail, anglers exploring the waters of Matagorda have a wide array of other species to pursue, offering diverse fishing opportunities year-round. One popular option is speckled trout, a prized game fish known for its aggressive strikes and delicious flesh. Speckled trout inhabit the shallow bays, estuaries, and marshes of Matagorda, where they can be targeted using techniques such as drift fishing, casting with artificial lures, or live bait fishing with shrimp or mullet. Speckled trout seasonally migrate throughout the year, with peak fishing periods occurring during the spring and fall months, providing anglers with ample opportunities to hook into these feisty and flavorful fish.

Redfish, also known as red drum, are another sought-after species in Matagorda's coastal waters, prized for their hard-fighting nature and widespread availability. Redfish can be found in the same shallow estuarine habitats as speckled trout and are commonly targeted using techniques such as sight fishing, casting with artificial lures, or live bait fishing with mullet or crab. Redfish are particularly abundant in Matagorda during the summer and fall months, offering anglers exciting opportunities to hook into these powerful game fish against the backdrop of the area's scenic coastal landscape.

Matagorda's coastal waters also offer excellent opportunities to target a variety of other species, including flounder, black drum, and sheepshead. Flounder, prized for their delicate flavor and challenging angling experience, inhabit the sandy bottoms, oyster beds, and grassy flats of Matagorda's estuaries and can be targeted using techniques such as drift fishing, bottom fishing with live bait or artificial lures, or casting along marsh edges and channel edges. Black drum and sheepshead, known for their size and strength, are commonly targeted using bottom fishing techniques with cut bait or crab around structure such as jetties, pilings, and oyster reefs. Whether targeting tripletail or exploring the diverse range of species in Matagorda, anglers can enjoy rewarding fishing experiences against the backdrop of the area's scenic coastal landscape.

Recent Reviews of Captain Experiences

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Ron was very pleasant and worked hard to put us on fish. Unfortunately, the fish were hard to come by today. Tough weather conditions made for a challenging day. I would like to go out with him again.

    Tom W. with Ron R. of Matagorda, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    We had a late cancellation from another captain and were excited that Jordan could fit us in on short notice. Great day out and came home with fish…good times!

    Daniel B. with Jordan M. of Matagorda, 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 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

  • ★★★★★
    Amazing experience! Captain Chad drove 50 miles to the next city just so we’d have good live bait for our trip. With that being said we caught 40 fish and 20 keepers. Even managed to get on some Reds in late January weather. We will definitely be booking another trip with Captain “Chappy”. If you’re looking to catch fish in a relaxed setting with someone who knows there stuff, look No Further.

    Chris R. with Chad K. of Matagorda, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    A great day of fishing. Thank you Jordan

    Paul M. with Jordan M. of Matagorda, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Jordan was an excellent captain. With a fishing tournament going on, we caught about twice the fish as any of them. For Matagorda Bay fishing, he knows where the fish hit. Also a pleasure to work with.

    George K. with Jordan M. of Matagorda, Texas

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