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25 ft 1 - 5 People From $500

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Fishing in South Padre Island
Fishing in South Padre Island
Fishing in South Padre Island
trip description for Private Snook Fishing Trip in South Padre Island

This is a half day private snook fishing trip. This trip is designed for the more experienced angler or someone who is willing to learn how to cast accurately. Client will fish with artificial baits and asked to cast at specific objects and/ or angles. Live baits may also be used on a limited basis. Snook are aggressive and fast fighting fish that will jump and put on a good fight. The slot limit on snook is restricted to a 4 inch slot. Guide will ask clients to catch and release any snook caught in the slot. Other species of fish will most likely be caught on this adventure. Read More

Flats, Inshore Fishing Charter near Port Isabel

Private Snook Fishing Trip

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24 ft 1 - 2 People From $575
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Fishing in South Padre Island
Fishing in South Padre Island
Fishing in South Padre Island
trip description for Triple Delight - 3 Person Bay Trip in South Padre Island

This is a three person half day private bay fishing trip at South Padre. This trip is typically around 5 hrs long and primarily targets speckled trout, redfish, and black drum. Other species may also be caught on this private bay fishing excursion. Amateur to avid anglers are welcome. Clients can expect to try fishing with artificial soft plastics and or fresh cut bait. Live bait can be added on to the trip for a minimal price. Drift fishing the grass flats, sight fishing, and/or bottom fishing are all techniques used by the guide. Guide has over 20 years experience fishing the Lower Laguna Madre. So, Let’s Go Fishing… Read More

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Triple Delight - 3 Person Bay Trip

100% (8)
24 ft 1 - 3 People From $525
Fishing in South Padre Island
Fishing in South Padre Island
Fishing in South Padre Island
trip description for Bay Fishing in South Padre Island

A bay fishing trip in the Lower Laguna Madre, launching from either Port Mansfield or South Padre Island, promises an exhilarating and rewarding experience for any angler. Aboard a sleek 24' Shallow Sport Classic powered by a robust 250 Yamaha outboard engine, the adventure begins as you head out into the pristine waters of this renowned fishing haven. As you depart from the dock, the anticipation builds. The Shallow Sport Classic, designed for superior performance in shallow waters, effortlessly glides over the clear, turquoise flats of the Laguna Madre. The boat's shallow draft allows you to access the prime fishing spots that larger vessels can't reach, ensuring an optimal experience in the quest for redfish, trout, flounder, and black drum. The guide, experienced and knowledgeable about the local waters, navigates to the first fishing spot. Here, the calm, shallow waters are ideal for sight fishing. The guide points out a school of redfish, their coppery bodies glinting just below the surface. You cast your line with precision, and almost immediately, you feel the tug of a redfish on your hook. The fight is intense, but with skill and patience, you reel in a beautiful redfish, its vibrant colors shimmering in the sunlight. Next, the boat heads to slightly deeper waters where speckled trout are known to be abundant. Using live bait or artificial lures, you cast into the deeper channels and soon find yourself battling a large trout. The thrill of the catch and the beauty of these speckled fish make for an unforgettable experience. As the day progresses, the focus shifts to flounder and black drum. The boat drifts quietly over sandy bottoms and grassy flats, perfect habitats for these species. Flounder, with their unique, flat bodies, offer a different kind of challenge, often requiring a slower, more deliberate approach. When you finally hook one, the reward is a delicious, flaky fish that's a favorite among local chefs. The black drum, known for their strength and size, provide yet another exciting challenge. These fish are often found near oyster beds and grassy shorelines. Their distinctive black and white stripes and the drumming sound they make when caught add to the unique experience of fishing in the Laguna Madre. Reeling in a large black drum is a true test of your angling skills, providing a satisfying sense of accomplishment. Throughout the trip, the stunning backdrop of the Lower Laguna Madre enhances the experience. The wide-open skies, the distant outline of the barrier islands, and the occasional sighting of dolphins playing in the waves create a picturesque setting. Whether you're an experienced angler or a novice, the guide offers tips and techniques to improve your chances of landing the big one, ensuring a memorable and productive day on the water. As the sun begins to set, casting a golden glow over the bay, the boat heads back to the dock. The day's catch is a testament to the rich biodiversity and excellent fishing opportunities that the Lower Laguna Madre offers. Whether you choose to take your catch home for a fresh seafood dinner or practice catch and release, the memories of this incredible fishing adventure will stay with you long after you leave the water. Read More

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Bay Fishing

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24 ft 1 - 4 People From $600
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Hunting in South Padre Island
Hunting in South Padre Island
Hunting in South Padre Island
trip description for Bay Duck Hunting Trip 2 Person in South Padre Island

This is a two person duck hunting trip in the Lower Laguna Madre leaving from South Padre Island, Texas. Species of ducks that winter here are Pintails, Redheads, Teal, Widgeon, Shovelers, Scaup, Buffleheads, Ruddy Ducks and Mottled Ducks plus more. Typically hunt over decoy blocks of at least 70 decoys. Guide will provide a retriever. Clients can bring their own dog if approved by guide. Season typically runs from first weekend of November through last weekend in January. Season is split and is out of season from last Sunday after Thanksgiving and Starts again on second Saturday in December. Hunters need approximate license and waterfowl stamps plus HIP enrollment. I recommend booking dates in advance. Read More

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Bay Duck Hunting Trip 2 Person

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24 ft 1 - 2 People From $500
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Hunting in South Padre Island
Hunting in South Padre Island
Hunting in South Padre Island
trip description for 3 Person Duck Hunt in South Padre Island

This is a three person half day private bay duck hunting trip near South Padre Island, Texas. The Lower Laguna Madre has some of the finest duck hunting in the United States when conditions are right. Hunting along the edges of the fronts is absolutely the most ideal time to plan a trip. Multiple species move through this bay system on their way South. Large concentrations of redheads and pintails winter here. Other species that migrate through the South Padre area are widgeon, teal, shovelers, scaup, and others. Clients can bring their own retriever if discussed beforehand with the guide. Typically, hunt over decoy spreads consisting of at least 75 decoys. Season starts in November and goes out for two weeks after Thanksgiving Sunday. Starts again on Second Saturday in December and typically goes to last Sunday in January. Guides prefer to duck hunt in the afternoon and will provide a seasoned retriever. This is a fun activity and most clients return to go again. These are not easy hunts and do require some labor. We work with a couple of seasoned taxidermists that can also mount the trophy bird if any clients are interested at a reasonable price. Read More

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3 Person Duck Hunt

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Fishing in South Padre Island
Fishing in South Padre Island
Fishing in South Padre Island
trip description for SPI Classic in South Padre Island

Climb aboard with Captain Aaron and experience the thrill of some seriously top-notch shallow water fishing! Aside from the ship channels, the water is no more than 6’ deep, making it a great fishery for families and novice anglers who would like to avoid choppy waters. Captain Aaron will guide you to some inshore honey holes and flats that will allow you to try your hand at either bait fishing or sightfishing! The species you can expect to target using this technique are Redfish, Black Drum, Sheepshead, and Flounder. For these trips, Captain Aaron uses his 20' Shallow Sport, which has a crasy shallow draft and sneak into the skinniest of water! Make sure to bring a valid Texas Fishing License as well as food and drinks of your choice. Other than that, Captain Aaron will provide the rest. He will provide all lures, rods, reels, and tackle. Live bait is included for this trip with the exception of croaker when they are available. Bring your kids or your angling buddies and head out to a fishing adventure to remember with Captain Aaron! Read More

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SPI Classic

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Fishing in South Padre Island
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trip description for Laguna Madre Hookfest in South Padre Island

Head out on the productive waters of South Texas with Captain Kevin to hook into all kinds of inshore sportfish. South Padre Island is known for its wide variety of fun saltwater species and Captain Kevin knows how to catch them all! So, whether you're looking to catch limits and dinner, or chase down your next trophy Redfish or Snook, Capt. Kevin will help you make the most out of your time out on the water. Captain Kevin also caters to a wide variety of fishing techniques. From throwing artificial lures and live bait on light tackle, to drift fishing the bays and bottom fishing, he is willing to work with your goals for the day, and he will offer his expert recommendations based on the weather and tides to help you make the right choice. Your vessel for the day will be a 22' Shoalwater center console that can take up to 4 people, equipped with a 150 HP Yamaha to get you on the fish quickly and safely. Captain Kevin will supply you with all the rods, reels, tackle, water, and knowledge necessary to ensure a successful day out on the water. So all you need to bring are your favorite snacks and beverages and your Texas fishing license and let Captain Kevin take care of the rest for you! Read More

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Laguna Madre Hookfest

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21 ft 1 - 4 People From $500
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Fishing in South Padre Island
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trip description for Redfish on Laguna Madre in South Padre Island

Launch onto the beautiful Laguna Madre for an epic shallow water adventure with a Captain who absolutely lives on the water. The main species you’re going to be targeting include Redfish, Speckled Trout, and Flounder. Occasionally, you’ll get a chance to land some Black Drum, and maybe a Snook or two. Captain Brett loves to fish with professionals and new fishermen alike and will teach even the most novice of fisherman how to successfully cast, hook, and land a fish. He’s also great with kids and always encourages the young ones to start fishing early. The minimum age for kids is 6 years old. All equipment and artificial bait you need will be provided by the charter. The captain uses all high-quality equipment including exclusively Shimano reels, Old 18 Outfitters rods, FINS Windtamer braided line and DOA lures. Live bait is available upon request, at a market cost. Onboard, you’ll find bottled water, as well as two coolers. You should still bring small coolers to take you catch home after Brett has filleted everything back at the dock (You can leave cooler(s) in your car while you fish). Another thing you need to bring with you is a valid fishing license which can be bought online or at a shop near the boat (ask for directions). Finally, don’t forget to pack sunscreen, sunglasses, and any additional food and drinks you’d like. Now if you already have a date in mind, check the captain’s availability, and book your trip today! Read More

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Redfish On Laguna Madre

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18 ft 1 - 3 People From $500
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Fishing in South Padre Island
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trip description for SPI Classic Charter Trip in South Padre Island

Join Captain Raine for an exciting inshore fishing adventure on the productive waters of South Padre Island, Texas. With a wide variety of saltwater species available, Captain Raine has the knowledge and expertise to help you achieve your fishing goals. Whether you want to catch limits for dinner or target trophy Redfish and Snook, he can cater the outing to your needs. Captain Raine offers various fishing techniques, from light tackle with artificial lures and live bait to drift fishing and bottom fishing. He will provide expert recommendations based on weather and tides to ensure the best results for your trip. Your vessel for the day will be a 21' Shallow Walker bay boat equipped with a 200 HP Suzuki that can accommodate up to 4 people. Captain Raine will supply all the necessary equipment, including rods, reels, tackle, and water, to make sure you have a successful day on the water! All you need to bring are your favorite snacks and beverages, as well as your Texas fishing license. Let Captain Raine take care of the rest for your South Texas fishing adventure! Read More

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SPI Classic Charter Trip

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trip description for SPI Drift Trip in South Padre Island

Captain Alfonso specializes in showing what the waters of South Padre Island are all about. Spend a day on the water catching fish and have fun doing it. It’s as simple as that! Captain Alfonso will show you the best techniques to reel in Speckled Trout, Redfish, Snook and Black Drum on light tackle as you explore the Lower Laguna Madre. For these trips, Captain Alfonso uses a 24’ Shallow Master flats boat that can fish up to 6 anglers. This boat has an extremely shallow draft and can stalk up into super skinny water where the fish like to hang out! He welcomes children, beginners, pros, group outings, and everyone in between! Captain Alfonso will provide all rods, reels, and tackle. With Captain Alfonso, you’ll certainly have a great time! Captain Alfonso is based out of Rio Hondo so can also accommodate pickups anywhere from Rio Hondo to SPI. Read More

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SPI Drift Trip

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Hunting in South Padre Island
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trip description for South Texas Duck Hunts in South Padre Island

If you are looking to hunt with one of the best outifts on the Texas coast you've found your group of guys with James and his outfit. Beyond expert guiding the area itself (Around South Padre Island) provide a unique opportunity to target a wide swath of Duck Species including Wigeons, Mottled Ducks, tons of Pintail, Redheads, Teal, Gadwalls, Shovelers, Mergansers, Scaup and Black Bellys! Since the ducks often fly both in the morning and the afternoon, this trip can either start in the morning or the afternoon depending on your preference and what the ducks are doing of course! James and his team provide all the decoys, dogs, and professional calling and expert guidance for your hunt and ask that you bring your own guns, shells, and waders if you'd like to stay dry. He will also provide a cooler with ice and water for you and encourages you to bring your own beverages of choice along as well. Read More

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Fishing in South Padre Island
Fishing in South Padre Island
Fishing in South Padre Island
trip description for Fun Family Fishing at SPI in South Padre Island

This is a half day private bay fishing trip for the family at South Padre Island. Target species are primarily speckled trout and redfish, but other species are caught when conditions permit. Other species could be flounder, black drum, sheepshead, snook or even a triple tail. Amateur to avid anglers are welcome. This is a kid tested and family approved private bay fishing charter. Most family trips decide to fish with live baits (a small additional cost) or fresh cut bait. Once trip is over a fish cleaner will fillet and package fish. You and your family can then go to one of a number of local restaurants and enjoy your “ Cook Your Catch”. Please be sure to ask your fishing guide for restaurant recommendations. Let’s go fishing! Read More

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Everything to Know About Booking a Port Isabel hammerhead shark fishing charter

What are the best hammerhead shark fishing charters in Port Isabel?

The best hammerhead shark fishing charters in Port Isabel are:

Why should I book a hammerhead shark fishing charter in Port Isabel with Captain Experiences?

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 1 hammerhead shark trip in Port Isabel: Full Day or Half Day Fishing Trip guided by Jaime.

Our guides in Port Isabel are rated a 5 out of 5 based on 3183 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 hammerhead shark guides / fishing lessons in Port Isabel? Check out our beginner and family friendly hammerhead shark guides in Port Isabel.

What types of hammerhead shark fishing charters are common in Port Isabel?

Inshore fishing is the most popular for hammerhead shark in Port Isabel as well as flats fishing and jetty fishing.

The most common fishing techniques in Port Isabel are live bait fishing, light tackle fishing, and drift fishing but cut bait fishing and bottom fishing are popular as well.

How much do Port Isabel hammerhead shark fishing charters cost?

for hammerhead shark in Port Isabel prices can range anywhere from about $570 to $980, but the average price for a half day trip for hammerhead shark in Port Isabel is $650. The average price for a full day trip for hammerhead shark in Port Isabel is $900.

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 hammerhead shark fishing in Port Isabel?

The most popular season for hammerhead shark fishing in Port Isabel is summer, and most anglers book their trips 11 days in advance.

Do I need a Port Isabel fishing license for hammerhead shark and what are the bag limits for hammerhead shark in Port Isabel?

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

What is hammerhead shark fishing in Port Isabel all about?

Hammerhead sharks are an iconic and fascinating species that can be found in the waters around Port Isabel, Texas. These distinctive sharks are named for their unique hammer-shaped heads, known as cephalofoils, which give them exceptional sensory abilities. Hammerhead sharks are highly migratory and are known to frequent the warm coastal waters of the Gulf of Mexico, where they prey on a variety of fish, rays, and other marine creatures. While encounters with hammerhead sharks are relatively rare for recreational anglers, they provide a thrilling sight for those lucky enough to spot them while fishing in the area.

Fishing for hammerhead sharks in Port Isabel is typically done by experienced anglers targeting larger pelagic species in offshore waters. While hammerhead sharks can occasionally be caught from shore or nearshore areas, they are more commonly encountered in deeper offshore waters. Anglers targeting hammerhead sharks often use heavy-duty tackle and equipment to handle these powerful predators, as well as specialized techniques such as chumming and deploying large baits or artificial lures to attract them.

Due to their protected status and conservation concerns, hammerhead sharks are strictly regulated, and recreational anglers may require permits or adhere to specific catch-and-release guidelines when targeting them. Additionally, anglers should be aware of local regulations regarding the handling and release of hammerhead sharks to ensure the safety of both the angler and the shark. While catching a hammerhead shark can be a thrilling experience, it's essential to prioritize the conservation of these magnificent creatures and practice responsible angling practices when encountering them in the waters of Port Isabel.

What are the most popular months to fish for hammerhead shark fishing in Port Isabel?

Hammerhead sharks, with their iconic hammer-shaped heads and formidable size, are occasionally encountered in the waters around Port Isabel, Texas. However, the presence of hammerhead sharks in the area isn't tied to specific seasons as strongly as it is with other species. These apex predators are known to roam a wide range of ocean habitats, including nearshore and offshore waters, throughout the year. While sightings may be more common during certain times, such as warmer months when water temperatures are favorable, hammerhead sharks are generally present in the region year-round.

During the spring and summer months, hammerhead sharks may be more active and visible near Port Isabel as water temperatures rise and baitfish populations increase. This can provide anglers with better opportunities for encountering these magnificent creatures. However, hammerheads are highly migratory and may move in response to changes in water temperature, prey availability, and other environmental factors. Therefore, while spring and summer may see increased chances of encountering hammerhead sharks, they can still be found in the area during other times of the year.

Anglers targeting hammerhead sharks in Port Isabel should be prepared for deep-water fishing excursions, as these sharks often inhabit offshore areas and deeper channels. Trolling with large baits or deploying heavy tackle with baitfish or squid as bait are common tactics for targeting hammerheads. Due to their size and strength, hammerhead sharks put up a formidable fight once hooked, making them a thrilling catch for anglers. Additionally, catch-and-release practices should be followed to ensure the conservation of these apex predators and the marine ecosystem as a whole.

What techniques are popular for catching hammerhead shark in Port Isabel?

Fishing for hammerhead sharks in Port Isabel, Texas, requires specialized techniques and equipment due to the strength and size of these powerful predators. Anglers targeting hammerheads typically venture into offshore waters where these sharks are more commonly found. One effective technique for catching hammerheads is deep-sea trolling, where anglers deploy large baitfish or artificial lures behind the boat while trolling at varying speeds. This method allows anglers to cover a large area and increase the chances of encountering hammerhead sharks.

Another popular technique for targeting hammerhead sharks in Port Isabel is chumming. Anglers use a mixture of fish parts, blood, and other attractants to create a scent trail in the water, drawing hammerheads closer to the boat. Once the sharks are attracted to the chum slick, anglers deploy large baits such as whole fish or chunks of meat on heavy-duty tackle to entice strikes. It's essential to use strong and sturdy gear when targeting hammerheads, as these sharks can put up a fierce fight once hooked.

Live bait fishing is also an effective technique for targeting hammerhead sharks in Port Isabel. Anglers use large live baits such as mullet, bonito, or jacks rigged on heavy-duty circle hooks and wire leaders to withstand the shark's powerful jaws. The live bait is usually suspended at various depths in the water column or near the surface, depending on where the hammerheads are feeding. Patience and persistence are key when targeting hammerhead sharks, as it may take time for the sharks to locate and strike the bait.

What other species are popular in Port Isabel?

Apart from hammerhead sharks, Port Isabel offers anglers a diverse range of fish species to target, providing plenty of opportunities for exciting fishing adventures. One popular species among anglers is the red snapper, known for its delicious flavor and impressive size. Red snapper can be found inhabiting offshore reefs, wrecks, and other underwater structures around Port Isabel. Using live bait or artificial lures, anglers can successfully target red snapper year-round, with peak seasons often occurring during the warmer months.

Another sought-after species in Port Isabel is the king mackerel, also known as kingfish, which can be found in both nearshore and offshore waters. King mackerel are prized for their fast-paced runs and powerful fighting abilities, making them a favorite target among anglers. Using trolling rigs with live bait or artificial lures, anglers can entice king mackerel to strike, providing exciting battles and memorable fishing experiences.

In addition to red snapper and king mackerel, Port Isabel offers opportunities to catch a variety of other offshore and inshore species, including cobia, mahi-mahi, speckled trout, and flounder. Anglers can target these species using a range of techniques and fishing locations, from bottom fishing near reefs and wrecks to trolling offshore waters or casting along the shoreline. Whether fishing from a boat, kayak, or the shoreline, anglers visiting Port Isabel can anticipate exciting encounters with a diverse array of fish species, adding to the allure of this popular fishing destination in the Gulf of Mexico.

Recent Reviews of Captain Experiences

  • ★★★★★
    Amazing Captain! Work to get us on the fish fish. Great equipment and attitude, lots of fun. Best captain I have booked in south padre.

    Wesley W. with Jaime D. of Port Isabel, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Jaime was an off the chart tour guide...highly recommended. He was determined to find fish and we did! He was patient with my 10 year old daughter and used teachable moments with my 13 year old son. He was knowledge about the area and very kind. Easy conversation and engaged us all on the trip. Clean boat, plenty of bait and water.

    Amanda G. with Jaime D. of Port Isabel, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Awesome experience with Captain Jaime never a dull moment! He let us to some great fish and we will be back again!

    Miguel S. with Jaime D. of Port Isabel, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Great time out on the water! Started catching immediately. Capitan Jaime is the guy you want to go with for a great experience!

    Miguelito G. with Jaime D. of Port Isabel, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Great trip. Our guide knew the area very well and put us on fish quickly. He was helpful and made sure we all had fun and caught fish. Highly recommend Capt. Jaime.

    Marc N. with Jaime D. of Port Isabel, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Excellent guide. Very knowledgeable. Had an amazing time on this charter!

    Alex T. with Jaime D. of Port Isabel, Texas

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