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Port A Slam - 24' Trans Cat

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Port A Family Trip

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23 ft 1 - 4 People $$
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Tortuga Flats Fishing Fiesta

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25 ft 1 - 4 People $$
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Epic Inshore Fishing

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26 ft 1 - 4 People $$
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trip description for Back Bays and Beyond! in Port Aransas

Hit the water with Captain Daniel for an exciting day of bay fishing! The inshore canals and bays around Port Aransas are home to some of the world's best inshore fishing, so get ready to catch some fish! On this 6-hour adventure, Captain Daniel will motor out west to the Corpus Christi Bay, east to Aransas Bay, or north to Redfish Bay where you'll be going after exciting bay fish such as Black Drum, Flounder, Redfish, and Speckled Trout. You can go after these fish with a few different methods, and this boat is equipped for bottom fishing, heavy tackle, jigging, light tackle, and trolling. The crew of Captain Daniel will guide you every step of the way. The crew especially loves teaching kids and beginners everything about the different fish species available in this area, as well as fishing techniques. For these trips, you'll be aboard a 23' Parker center console with a capacity of 4 anglers. This balanced vessel is designed for inshore waters and will have no problem getting you to where the fish are biting! She comes equipped with all the essential navigational gear as well as a wireless trolling motor. Captain Daniel will supply all rods and reels, tackle and bait. All you need to bring is a valid Texas Fishing License with a saltwater stamp for those over 16 years of age, food and drinks of your choice (no bananas), and comfortable life jackets if you are traveling with children. Captain Daniel will clean any keepers for you to take home. Get ready to have an adventure out on the bay with Captain Daniel! Read More

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Back Bays And Beyond!

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trip description for Coastal Bend Live Action! in Port Aransas

Let Captain Mark be your guide to some of the top fishing on the Texas Gulf Coast! He has years of experience fishing this water, and knows all the best spots around Corpus Christi to find big ol' Redfish, Trout, and Flounder. On this trip, you'll be fishing aboard his 22' Blue Wave bay boat, a fast boat powered by a 148-HP Evinrude engine. Depending on the area and the species, you'll use a combination of live bait and lures on light tackle to bring in the fish. Captain Mark is extremely knowledgeable and has tons of tips and tricks to help improve your presentation, perfect your technique, and ultimately bring in more trophy fish! Whether you're a beginner or an experienced angler, this trip will be a blast. It's also a great way to hook a "Texas Grand Slam" by catching a Redfish, a Trout, and a Flounder in one day! Get out there and see all the great fishing that Corpus Christi offers with Captain Mark. Read More

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Coastal Bend Live Action!

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24 ft 1 - 4 People $
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trip description for Port Aransas Inshore Fishing in Port Aransas

Enjoy Texas Gulf Coast fishing in the saltwater bays and flats surrounding Rockport, Aransas Pass, Port Aransas and Ingleside, Texas with Captain Justin. Fish for Monster sized redfish, trophy trout and flounder in Copano, St. Charles, Redfish, Aransas, Mesquite, San Antonio and South bays. While redfish and speckled trout are the main focus of Captain Justin, it is important to be prepared for anything. It is not uncommon to have opportunities at jack crevalle, black drum, sheepshead, flounder, triple tail, lady fish, and maybe even small sharks. Read More

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Port Aransas Inshore Fishing

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trip description for Port A Cast-and-Blast in Port Aransas

This trip is perfect for hunters and anglers who want to do it all in the Port Aransas/Rockport area! On this cast-and-blast trip, you'll hunt all morning and fish all afternoon, without breaking the bank. Your guide and outfitter, Trey, has years of experience hunting and fishing the Texas coast, and will put you right on the birds and the Reds! In terms of wingshooting, South Texas is smack in the center of the Central Flyway, and is a stopover for dozens of migratory waterfowl specied. The sheltered bays here draw hundreds of thousands of ducks annually, including Green-Winged and Blue-Winged Teals, Cinnamon Teals, Wigeons, Redheads, Pintails, Gadwalls, and Mottled Ducks. You can target all of these species, which are exciting quarries and great eating. Trey provides the boat, decoys, blind, and dog, so all you need to bring is your camouflage, your guns, and your shells. You'll get out there before dawn, and hunt for about three hours, when you'll break for lunch and then switch to fishing. For fishing, the bays and inshore waters off Port A are premier fishing grounds for Redfish, Speckled Trout, Flounder, and more. Captain Trey will make sure you're hooked up with the best tackle to find your target species, and he'll do everything he can to help you pull a personal best over the rail, fill your cooler, or both. Captain Trey takes care of everything for your charter so all you need to bring is your sun protection, lunch/snacks and drinks, and your Texas fishing license! Read More

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Port A Cast-and-Blast

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20 ft 1 - 4 People $$
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Corpus Christi Flounder Gigging

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trip description for Full Day Inshore - 26' Majek in Port Aransas

There are plenty of fun things to do for families looking for a great vacation, or just friends looking to get away for a few days to enjoy and relax in the great Texas outdoors while fishing. The coastal scenery of the Port Aransas area bays, teeming with a large variety of fish species, is second to none! So head out with Captain Stephen for a full day adventure chasing the Texas big 3: Redfish, Speckled Trout, and Flounder. You can also get shots on Black Drum, Jack Crevalle, Ladyfish and many others while out in these South Texas waters. The 26’ Majek is a unique shallow water boat that can accommodate up to 4 comfortably with the ability to run in less than 6” of water, giving you the ability to get where most boats won’t dare to go (where the big ones hide) You will be welcomed by a friendly smile, treated like family, and taken well care of when booking with us. Come and join our many satisfied clients and friends. All Rods, Reels, Tackle, Live Bait (When Available), and Ice is provided so all you need to bring is your Texas fishing license and some snacks and drinks, and Captain Steven will take care of the rest! Read More

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Full Day Inshore - 26' Majek

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Everything to Know About Booking a Port Aransas flounder fishing charter

What are the best flounder fishing charters in Port Aransas?

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 93 flounder trips in Port Aransas, and the most popular trips in the area are Coastal Bend Inshore Slam guided by Alex, Port A Slam - 24' Trans Cat guided by Heath, and Port A Family Trip guided by Ruben.

Our guides in Port Aransas are rated a 4.8 out of 5 based on 2549 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.

Other popular cities nearby for booking a Flounder charter include Rockport, Corpus Christi and Aransas Pass.

Looking for kid friendly flounder guides / fishing lessons in Port Aransas? Check out our beginner and family friendly flounder guides in Port Aransas.

What types of flounder fishing charters are common in Port Aransas?

Inshore fishing is the most popular for flounder in Port Aransas as well as flats fishing, nearshore fishing, and jetty fishing.

The most common fishing techniques in Port Aransas are light tackle fishing, artificial lure fishing, and live bait fishing but drift fishing and sight casting are popular as well.

How much do Port Aransas flounder fishing charters cost?

for flounder in Port Aransas prices can range anywhere from about $550 to $1,000, but the average price for a half day trip for flounder in Port Aransas is $697. The average price for a full day trip for flounder in Port Aransas is $836.

What month is best for flounder fishing in Port Aransas?

The most popular season for flounder fishing in Port Aransas is summer, and most anglers book their trips 21 days in advance.

Do I need a Port Aransas fishing license for flounder and what are the bag limits for flounder in Port Aransas?

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

What is flounder fishing in Port Aransas all about?

Flounder fishing in Port Aransas, Texas, presents anglers with an exciting opportunity to target these prized flatfish in the rich waters of the Gulf Coast. Port Aransas boasts an abundance of flounder habitat, including sandy bottoms, shallow flats, and nearshore structures, making it an ideal destination for anglers seeking to hook into these elusive fish. Flounder are known for their camouflage-like appearance and ambush hunting tactics, which require anglers to employ strategic techniques to entice them into biting.

One popular method for flounder fishing in Port Aransas is bottom fishing with live bait, such as mud minnows, mullet, or shrimp. Anglers target flounder by casting their bait along channel edges, drop-offs, or nearshore structures where flounder are likely to lie in wait for passing prey. Using a Carolina rig or fish-finder rig with a sliding sinker allows anglers to present their bait effectively on the bottom, enticing flounder to strike. Patience is key when bottom fishing for flounder, as anglers must wait for the subtle bite and then set the hook with a quick, but gentle, motion to avoid spooking the fish.

Another effective technique for flounder fishing in Port Aransas is jigging with artificial lures, such as soft plastics or jigging spoons. Anglers target flounder by casting or jigging their lures along the bottom, mimicking the movement of prey that flounder find irresistible. Jigging allows anglers to cover a larger area and experiment with different lure presentations to entice flounder into striking. Whether fishing from a boat, kayak, or the shoreline, Port Aransas offers anglers ample opportunities to hook into these delicious and challenging fish, making it a premier destination for flounder enthusiasts.

What are the most popular months to fish for flounder in Port Aransas?

Flounder fishing seasons in Port Aransas, Texas, are influenced by various factors including water temperature, migration patterns, and spawning behavior. Generally, flounder fishing in Port Aransas can be productive throughout much of the year, with peak seasons typically occurring in the spring and fall. During these times, flounder are more active and abundant as they move inshore to spawn or migrate along the coastline.

In the spring, flounder fishing in Port Aransas kicks into high gear as the water temperatures begin to rise and flounder begin their annual migration towards shallow bays and estuaries for spawning. This period, typically from March to May, presents anglers with excellent opportunities to target flounder as they move along channel edges, sandy bottoms, and nearshore structures in search of suitable spawning grounds. Anglers can employ various techniques such as bottom fishing with live bait or jigging with artificial lures to entice flounder during this time.

Similarly, the fall months, from September to November, mark another peak season for flounder fishing in Port Aransas. As water temperatures cool and baitfish migrate along the coast, flounder follow suit, making their way towards the inshore waters of Port Aransas. During this time, anglers can target flounder along channel edges, drop-offs, and nearshore structures using similar techniques to those employed in the spring. With cooler temperatures and calmer seas, fall provides ideal conditions for flounder fishing, making it a favorite time of year for anglers seeking to hook into these delicious and challenging fish in the waters off Port Aransas.

What techniques are popular for catching flounder in Port Aransas?

Flounder fishing in Port Aransas, Texas, requires anglers to employ a variety of techniques to successfully target these elusive flatfish. One effective method is bottom fishing with live bait, such as mud minnows, mullet, or shrimp. Anglers typically target flounder along channel edges, drop-offs, and nearshore structures where flounder are known to congregate. Using a Carolina rig or fish-finder rig with a sliding sinker allows anglers to present their bait effectively on the bottom, enticing flounder to strike. Patience is crucial when bottom fishing for flounder, as anglers must wait for the subtle bite and then set the hook with a quick, but gentle, motion to avoid spooking the fish.

Another productive technique for flounder fishing in Port Aransas is jigging with artificial lures, such as soft plastics or jigging spoons. Anglers target flounder by casting or jigging their lures along the bottom, mimicking the movement of prey that flounder find irresistible. Jigging allows anglers to cover a larger area and experiment with different lure presentations to entice flounder into striking. Anglers can vary the speed and cadence of their retrieve to find what triggers a reaction from flounder in the waters surrounding Port Aransas.

Additionally, anglers in Port Aransas can target flounder using drift fishing techniques. Anglers drift along channels, flats, or other productive areas while presenting live bait or artificial lures to entice flounder. This method allows anglers to cover a large area and locate active flounder while drifting with the current or wind. Whether bottom fishing, jigging with lures, or drift fishing, Port Aransas offers anglers a variety of effective techniques to hook into trophy-sized flounder and experience the thrill of angling in one of Texas's premier fishing destinations.

What other species are popular in Port Aransas?

Apart from targeting flounder, Port Aransas, Texas, offers anglers a rich variety of other species to pursue in its coastal waters. One popular option is redfish, also known as red drum, which are abundant in the bays, marshes, and estuaries surrounding Port Aransas. These hard-fighting game fish are known for their distinctive coppery coloration and powerful runs, making them a favorite target among anglers. Anglers can target redfish using a variety of techniques, including sight-fishing in shallow flats, bottom fishing with live bait or artificial lures, and trolling along channels or nearshore reefs.

Another sought-after species in Port Aransas is speckled trout, prized for their aggressive strikes and delicious white flesh. Speckled trout inhabit the shallow bays, grass flats, and channels throughout the area, where they feed on baitfish and crustaceans. Anglers can target speckled trout using live bait such as shrimp or mullet, or artificial lures such as soft plastics or topwater plugs. Speckled trout fishing is particularly productive during the spring and fall months when water temperatures are cooler and the fish are more active.

Additionally, Port Aransas offers opportunities to catch a variety of other species, including black drum, sheepshead, Spanish mackerel, and kingfish, among others. Whether fishing inshore, offshore, or along the shoreline, anglers can explore the diverse marine ecosystem that thrives in the waters off Port Aransas. With its warm climate, nutrient-rich waters, and abundant fish populations, Port Aransas provides anglers with endless opportunities for thrilling fishing adventures and memorable catches.

Recent Reviews of Captain Experiences

  • ★★★★★
    Ruben is an experienced captain and put us on the fish on a slow day.

    John B. with Ruben S. of Port Aransas, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Mark at Captain experiences was great put us rite on the trout we must have caught 50 and hit our limit I would defiantly recocomend captain experiences to all my fishing buddy's thanks captain experiences 👍✝️🙏

    Kenny H. with Mark H. of Port Aransas, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    It was great, we limited to quick thank you

    Tomas C. with Toby S. of Rockport, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Jim took me and my husband out and we had a blast he knew the area very well and was knowledgeable of where the bites would be. Would definitely book again

    Shannon P. with Jim G. of Rockport, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Highly recommend Capt Brody. Good day of fishing and he is great with the kids.

    Steve R. with Brody J. of Rockport, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Captain David was a great guide. I had a good time and got to land some really nice fish. Thank you.

    Curtis H. with David L. of Aransas Pass, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    The best trip I have ever been on Really nice to meet Captain Toby We will be using Toby again

    Frank H. with Toby S. of Rockport, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Of all the fishing trips I have been on . The one with Captain Toby is by far the best one We all had a great time

    Frank H. with Toby S. of Rockport, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    My son and I went out with Rueben and had a great time. It was a windy day and the fish weren’t initially biting but he took us to a bunch of different spots and we hauled in a few redfish. He was a great role model for my son who wants to be a fishing guide someday. Would definitely go out with him again.

    Jeremy F. with Ruben S. of Port Aransas, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Great captain put us on the fish wonderful boat was so helpful we didn’t have to do anything but reel in the fish will only use you for our charter experience thank you so much for making the day a special day for my son birthday

    Paul M. with Mark H. of Port Aransas, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Great trip Justin got us limited out and it was a beautiful morning on the water

    Jeffrey A. with Justin M. of Port Aransas, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    It was an excellent experience he showed us what to do and gave us tips on how to catch the fish he was funny and talked to us and made sure we had a good time. The overall experience was amazing.

    Fernando M. with Joe S. of Corpus Christi, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Great trip. Limited on Sheapshead. 25 total fish between 3 people. Shane did a great job of making sure we had what we needed to keep catching

    Arthur K. with Shayne M. of Corpus Christi, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Steven put us on the fish and was an amazing guide and all around fun guide. We really enjoyed his company and he really knows his stuff!

    James D. with Steven S. of Port Aransas, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Travis did a great job for us, pleasant, very experienced and taught us techniques that we wanted to learn. I highly recommend him.

    Julio C. with Travis P. of Rockport, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    If you are looking to catch fish at any experience level and have a trip to remember, Mitch is an outstanding and friendly guide! He was well prepared, communicated times and location well, and was very knowledgeable of the location and local wildlife. He even fileted and packaged our catch for us. Above and beyond service. highly recommended by me and my father!

    Randy W. with Mitch D. of Corpus Christi, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Great day on the water. Some nices Reds, the others were not so cooperative. Heath did an excellent job of putting me where the fish were.

    David M. with Heath B. of Port Aransas, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Took a while because the fish weren't biting, but when they started biting we got our limit in about 15 minutes.

    Gary Y. with Steven S. of Port Aransas, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Slow fishing but Captain Jim went above and beyond to find fish for us.

    Craig C. with Jim G. of Rockport, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Fishing with Ben was amazing and just what we were looking for. My wife and I took my 83 year old father out for a morning and Ben had us catching fish as soon as the bait hit the water. We only kept what we were going to eat so we threw a lot back (not to mention the ones that we missed). For an enjoyable time catching fish I recommend going out with him and ask about taking the airboat.

    Mark J. with Ben W. of Rockport, Texas

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