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trip description for Galveston Bay Grab Bag in Texas City

Here at Steel Salty Charters we are 100% dedicated to customer service. We are great with kids, and can accommodate parties as large as 15 anglers. Our captains are TPWL and USCG licensed, and with over 65 years of combined experience on the water. We will ensure you catch fish and have a great time doing it. We offer a 15% discount to active duty and military veterans, police officers, and first responders. Trips are available in half day and full day outings where we will target species such as, redfish, trout, flounder, alligator gar, and sharks. Book a trip, and let’s make some memories! Read More

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Galveston Bay Grab Bag

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trip description for Texas City Hook-Up in Texas City

Come on down to Texas City and join Captain Derek and experience an unforgettable day of fishing! You can expect to target Redfish, Black Drum, Flounder, Jack Crevalle, and many more species of fish on your 6-hour (half-day) or 8-hour (full day) adventure. You will be fishing on Captain Derek’s Blue Wave 2400 Pure Bay center console boat rigged out with the latest electronics from Simrad and MinnKota. The boat has plenty of deck space for fishing up to 6 people along with ample storage space and two large live wells. There is more than enough room for you and your fellow angling buddies to cast away. Captain Derek Requires that you bring a valid Texas Fishing License, food and drinks (no glass), a hat, sunscreen and sunglasses, and an ice chest to take your fish home. He will provide all fishing gear (rods, reels, and tackle) as well as ice for your food and drinks. Book a trip today with Captain Derek for a fun and memorable day out with an accommodating and friendly captain! Read More

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Texas City Hook-Up

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trip description for Texas City Jetty Trip in Texas City

Explore the magnificent waters out of Texas City, and have an amazing fishing adventure with Captain LG! Captain LG knows just where to go and what to do to catch the tarpon that live nearshore in the Gulf. His 25’ Boston Whaler center console boasts a comfortable ride and plenty of dry storage on board. It can accommodate 3 anglers for these trips. For this 6-hour (half-day) or 8-hour (full-day) adventure, all you need to bring is a valid Texas fishing license with a saltwater stamp, snacks and drinks (no glass), sunscreen, a hat, and an ice chest for your day’s catch. Captain LG will provide you with quality rods and reels, artificial baits and lures, reimbursement for live bait, and fish processing after the trip. Have a fun morning, learn a new technique, and master your cast with Captain LG! Read More

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Texas City Jetty Trip

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trip description for Texas City Inshore Roundup in Texas City

Captain Raymond will undoubtedly take you to where the fish are biting! Captain Raymond has fished the waters of Texas City for his entire life, so pay close attention to his advice - you’ll be reelin’ in fish in no time. On these 6-hour action-packed adventures, Captain Raymond will help you target Flounder, Redfish, Black Drum, Sheepshead, Speckled Trout, and more! For these trips, Captain Raymond uses a 24’ Haynie center console which can accommodate up to 4 anglers. Make sure to bring some good company! All you need to bring is a valid Texas fishing license as well as some snacks and drinks of your choice (preferably no glass). Captain Raymond will provide the rest. He will provide all rods, reels, tackle, and lures. He will also provide live bait, which he prepares before the trip, and will fillet your fish at the end of your trip free of charge. We hope you have a good recipe for fish tacos! Read More

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Come on down to Texas City and make some memories with Captain Vincent! Whether it’s your first time on the water or you are a seasoned professional, this trip is for you. Captain Vincent knows just where to go and what to do to catch the Flounder, Redfish, and Speckled Trout that live inshore. For these 6-hour (half-day) and 8-hour (full day) trips, Capt. Vincent uses his 22’ Boston Whaler center console, which can accommodate up to 4 anglers. Make sure to bring a valid Texas Fishing License with a saltwater stamp as well as any food and drinks of your choice (no glass). Captain Vincent will provide all rods and reels (you may bring your own if you’d like), as well as artificial bait. Bring your kids or your angling buddies and head out on a fishing adventure to remember! Read More

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22' Whaler Inshore - Texas City

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trip description for Galveston Bay Fishing in Texas City

Whether you are an experienced fisherman or just a beginner, Galveston Fishing Charters will get you hooked on fishing just by being in the salty outdoors! The Galveston bay systems are healthy and full of a variety of species. Captain C.R. has more than 25 years of experience fishing these waters and enjoys sharing his knowledge with anglers of all ages. So bring out the kids and let them experience the love of fishing. You will fish aboard a 25’ Boston whaler powered by twin 115 HP Mercury engines. With a maximum cruising speed of 33 knots, this craft can get you to the fishing grounds in no time. She comes equipped with advance fishing technology, including GPS, fishfinder, and a live bait well. On board you will find all the gear you need. Capt. C.R. aims to give you the very best saltwater fishing trip every time, whether you find yourself fishing the shallow waters inshore You can fish inshore any time of year for the likes of Redfish, Speckled Trout, and Black Drum. Calm conditions and a quick ride back to shore make inshore fishing trips ideal for first time anglers and families with small children. Test the waters for a few hours or spend all day catching as many fish as you can. Galveston Fishing Charters include spinning and bait casting gear. Live bait is available for an additional cost. You are welcome to keep your catch and Capt. C.R. will clean and fillet it for you. Anglers age 17 and above must bring a Texas state fishing license with a saltwater stamp. Book your next trip and come experience the thrill of fishing in Galveston Bay! Read More

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Everything to Know About Booking a Texas City redfish fishing charter

What are the best redfish fishing charters in Texas City?

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 137 redfish trips in Texas City, and the most popular trips in the area are Texas "Big 3" Bay Assault guided by Leb, Bay Trip - 25' Boston Whaler guided by LG, and Summer fishing guided by Mike.

Our guides in Texas City are rated a 4.91 out of 5 based on 2705 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 Redfish charter include Galveston, Hitchcock and Baytown.

Looking for kid friendly redfish guides / fishing lessons in Texas City? Check out our beginner and family friendly redfish guides in Texas City.

What types of redfish fishing charters are common in Texas City?

Deep Sea fishing is the most popular for redfish in Texas City as well as inshore fishing, jetty fishing, and nearshore fishing.

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

How much do Texas City redfish fishing charters cost?

for redfish in Texas City prices can range anywhere from about $500 to $1,335, but the average price for a half day trip for redfish in Texas City is $705. The average price for a full day trip for redfish in Texas City is $966.

What month is best for redfish fishing in Texas City?

The most popular season for redfish fishing in Texas City is summer, and most anglers book their trips 4 days in advance.

Do I need a Texas City fishing license for redfish and what are the bag limits for redfish in Texas City?

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

What is redfish fishing in Texas City all about?

Redfish, also known as red drum, are iconic and highly sought-after gamefish in Texas City's waters, renowned for their powerful fights and delectable flavor. These robust fish are abundant in the bays, estuaries, and nearshore areas around Texas City, providing anglers with ample opportunities for thrilling catches. Redfish are identifiable by their coppery-bronze scales, characteristic black spot near their tails, and distinctive tail-shaped like a spot, hence the nickname "red drum." They are opportunistic feeders, preying on small fish, crustaceans, and mollusks, making them susceptible to a variety of angling techniques.

Fishing for redfish in Texas City is a popular pastime for both novice and experienced anglers alike. One effective technique is bait fishing using live or cut bait, such as mullet, shrimp, or crab, presented on the bottom using a Carolina rig or a simple fishfinder rig. Anglers often target redfish in shallow flats, channels, and around submerged structure, where they actively feed during both high and low tides. Patience and observation are key, as redfish can be selective in their feeding habits, but a well-presented bait can result in a rewarding hookup.

Another popular method for targeting redfish in Texas City is casting with artificial lures. Anglers can use a variety of lures such as spoons, soft plastics, swimbaits, or topwater plugs to mimic the movement of prey and entice strikes from hungry redfish. Targeting areas with shallow flats, oyster beds, grassy shorelines, or points where redfish are known to congregate can increase the chances of success. Whether fishing from a boat, kayak, or shore, anglers in Texas City can enjoy the thrill of hooking into these hard-fighting and prized gamefish while immersing themselves in the scenic beauty of the area's coastal environment.

What are the most popular months to fish for redfish fishing in Texas City?

Understanding the seasonal patterns of redfish in Texas City's waters is essential for anglers seeking to maximize their chances of success. The prime season for redfish fishing in Texas City typically occurs during the warmer months of spring and summer. As temperatures rise, redfish become more active and move into shallower waters to feed voraciously on baitfish, crustaceans, and other prey. Anglers can target redfish in shallow flats, marshy areas, and along grassy shorelines, where they are known to congregate in search of food.

During the fall months, from September to November, redfish fishing in Texas City remains productive as water temperatures begin to cool and baitfish become more abundant. Redfish continue to feed actively in preparation for the approaching winter months, providing anglers with ample opportunities for exciting catches. Anglers can target redfish using similar techniques as in the spring and summer, focusing on areas with structure such as oyster beds, jetties, and channel edges where redfish are known to feed and seek shelter.

While the spring and fall months are considered the peak seasons for redfish fishing in Texas City, these hard-fighting gamefish can be caught year-round with varying degrees of success. During the winter months, from December to February, redfish may move to deeper waters or seek refuge in warmer areas such as deep channels or residential canals. However, anglers can still target redfish using specialized tactics such as slow retrieves with artificial lures or fishing with live bait in deeper holes. By understanding the seasonal movements and behaviors of redfish, anglers in Texas City can enjoy consistent success while targeting these prized gamefish throughout the year.

What techniques are popular for catching redfish in Texas City?

Fishing for redfish in Texas City offers anglers a variety of effective techniques to target these prized gamefish. One popular method is bait fishing using live or cut bait, such as mullet, shrimp, or crab. Anglers typically use a Carolina rig or a fishfinder rig to present the bait on the bottom in areas where redfish are known to congregate, such as shallow flats, marshy areas, and along grassy shorelines. Patience is key with this technique, as anglers wait for the telltale tug of a redfish on the line before setting the hook.

Another productive technique for targeting redfish in Texas City is casting with artificial lures. Anglers can use a variety of lures such as spoons, soft plastics, swimbaits, or topwater plugs to mimic the movement of prey and entice strikes from hungry redfish. Targeting areas with structure such as oyster beds, jetties, and channel edges can increase the likelihood of success. Anglers often employ a slow and steady retrieve or a twitching motion to entice redfish to strike.

Sight-fishing is also a popular and exciting technique for targeting redfish in Texas City's clear, shallow waters. Anglers can use polarized sunglasses to spot redfish cruising along the flats or tailing in shallow water, then cast bait or lures directly to them. This method requires stealth and accurate casting, as redfish can be easily spooked in shallow water. By patiently stalking their prey and presenting baits or lures with precision, anglers can enjoy thrilling battles and rewarding catches while targeting redfish in Texas City's scenic coastal environment.

What other species are popular in Texas City

In addition to redfish, anglers in Texas City have a diverse array of fish species to target, providing opportunities for exciting and varied fishing experiences. One popular species among anglers is the speckled trout, also known as spotted sea trout, which inhabits the bays, estuaries, and nearshore waters around Texas City. Speckled trout are prized for their aggressive strikes and delicious flavor, making them a sought-after target for both recreational and sport anglers. Anglers can target speckled trout using a variety of techniques such as bait fishing with live shrimp or mullet, casting with artificial lures, or fly fishing along the shallow flats.

Another prized species in Texas City's waters is the flounder, known for its unique appearance and delicate flesh. Flounder can be found in sandy or muddy bottoms of bays, channels, and nearshore areas, where they lie in wait for prey such as small fish and crustaceans. Anglers targeting flounder often use live bait such as mud minnows, finger mullet, or shrimp, as well as artificial lures such as soft plastics or spoons. Fishing for flounder requires patience and precise presentation, as these fish can be elusive and selective in their feeding habits.

Furthermore, Texas City offers opportunities to target a variety of other species, including black drum, sheepshead, red snapper, and various species of sharks, among others. These diverse fishing opportunities cater to anglers of all preferences and experience levels, ensuring there's always something new to discover on the water. Whether fishing from a boat, kayak, or shore, anglers in Texas City can enjoy the thrill of hooking into a variety of game fish while immersing themselves in the rich coastal environment of the area.

Recent Reviews of Captain Experiences

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    I'll tell you what, when it comes to a great person all around and is fantastic with kids, this is your guide Dean made memories today, Thank you!

    David E. with Dean M. of Galveston, Texas

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    Great trip, he took my Dad and I out and put us on some specs.

    Jacob M. with Blake S. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    We had an excellent time with Captain Mike. He not only takes you to where the fish are but educates you on how to fish for a particular species. Very kind and very knowledgeable. II wish I could give him more than 5 STARS. I will definitely use Mike as my future guide.

    Tim S. with Mike C. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    We had an amazing time with Captain Steve and Chris. They were very knowledgeable about the areas and where good spots to fish were. We visited several different spots inshore and caught tons of fish! They were absolutely incredible when it came to showing us how to use the fishing poles, bait the hooks and helping us once we caught the fish. If we had any questions/issues with the poles, they helped us out. My family and I had an incredible time with them and were surprised at how much we caught! Captain Steve even cleaned the fish for us and bagged up the fillets so we did not need to worry about that. All around great time and my family is already talking about taking another trip out with them later this year.

    Nicholas Y. with Brandon M. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Jonathan was awesome! Very honest and upfront about weather conditions and what fish to expect to catch. Captain was very friendly and helpful! When fish weren’t bitting, captain was Johnny on the spot to get us to a new spot in order to catch fish. We had a great time on our 6 hour trip and came back with plenty to eat! We would recommend Captain Johnathan 10 times out of 10!

    Hunter E. with Meghan B. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Justen was absolutely awesome I had a blast. He got me onto the target species I wanted instantly as well as other that I've never caught before. Top notch captain, gear and boat couldn't ask for better will definitely be booking with him again. Non stop action!

    Mathew B. with Justen S. of Hitchcock, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Mike was very helpful and still put us on fish despite the bite not being the best.

    Austin B. with Mike C. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Worth it! Great time had by all.

    Andrew W. with Leb K. of Texas City, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    The trip was great we had a fun time Plenty of Fish that we caught

    Cornelio R. with Cheryl A. of Galveston, Texas

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    Fishing trip was great captain Bubba very knowledgeable and very helpful thank you for the experience

    Cornelio R. with Cheryl A. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Great trip. Very professional service. Meghan coordinated every detail and captain Burke was a great captain and got us on fish.

    Thomas O. with Meghan B. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    We had a really great time with CJ. It was a fun experience and we can’t wait to go back. It’s also very helpful that they cut up the fish for you to take home!

    Amanda D. with Meghan B. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Bob and Jason were really great! We will certainly book again with them. Great conversation, really good guys!

    Scott L. with Robert R. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Charles gave us a trip of a lifetime. This trip will be hard to beat. Great patient knowledgeable guide.

    Gwen P. with Charles B. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Whenever I'm in Galveston or Houston for conventions group of us charters a fishing trip. Charles put us on fish and we put a variety of species in the boat...no limits, but fishing was steady. He unhooked and baited us up all day.. We typically fish CC to Pt Isabel in the Laguna Madre 15 or more times a year and boat 50 plus Trout each limits oof reds drum and flounder. We are experienced and I have a 23' Shoalwater and have fished the area since I was 10 years old. I have won numerous inshore tournaments inncluding THe Pt A DSR twice and Pt Mansfiield Tournament. over the years. Capt Charles knows the water and we found working bait... ifyou got baitfish... you have preditors. Great trip. Buster Williams

    Everett W. with Charles B. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Super friendly guide who worked his tail off for us.

    Shawn C. with Lg B. of Texas City, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Great time with Capt. Justen. He is very knowledgeable, friendly, and helpful. We caught a good mixed bag of fish and hope to go fishing with him again.

    Austin N. with Justen S. of Hitchcock, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Justen was amazing! Had us on fish all night between big reds and slot buster speckled trout we had a busy night and he kept up with us making sure we had everything we needed. I would plan a trip to Galveston just to go fishing with him again. Amazing experience!!

    Colin G. with Justen S. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Blake was great! He knows where the are.

    Patrick U. with Blake S. of Galveston, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Amazing trip, Capt Jonathan made the experience really special for my son and I!

    Greg A. with Meghan B. of Galveston, Texas

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