Port Aransas

Full Day Trip - Offshore

Only a 10% deposit to reserve

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8 hours

Pricing & Availability

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Fishing Info


Light Tackle, Bottom Fishing, Trolling

Water Type


Skill Level

Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced


Cobia, Dolphin (Mahi Mahi), Jack Crevalle, King Mackerel (Kingfish), Marlin (Blue), Marlin (White), Sailfish, Shark (Blacktip), Tuna (Yellowfin), Wahoo

About Your Trip

Captain Roger fishes aboard a 33’ Bertram Express cruiser (1984), with a capacity for six people. Powered by twin 275 HP Caterpillar engines with a maximum cruising speed of 25 knots, the vessel is safe and steady on its way offshore. The vessel is complete with a GPS and a fishfinder, a livewell for the bait, and an icebox for the catch.

This sportfisher comes with all the comforts of home: a full-size toilet, bed, kitchen, and life jackets.



Feel free to enjoy responsibly. No glass allowed.

Boat Restroom



No lunch provided.

Fish Cleaning

No cleaning service provided.

Live Bait

No live bait provided.


No lodging provided.


Start Location

136 West Cotter Avenue, Port Aransas, TX 78373, United States

Start Time(s)

06:00 AM, 07:00 AM


8 hours,


John H.

June 27, 2019

What a day. Captain Roger greeted us at the dock, helped us onto the boat and the adventure began. We told the Capt. that we could not take fish home easily on the plane home so we just wanted the poles to bend. Bend they did. I took my son and son in law on our first off shore experience and all I can say is this trip was beyond anything I could imagine. We caught fish from the time we started until we departed for the return trip back to the dock. Six foot shark, 40 pound King mackerel and 14 other Kings in the 20 to 35 pound range. Also 2 Jacks at about 25 pounds apiece. Hate to admit this but our arms were so sore that the end of the trip was welcomed. I could not recommend Capt. Roger more highly. First class all the way. Will book this trip the next time we are in Texas.

Kibb K.

July 13, 2019

This is our 4th year to fish with Captain Roger. Every year he just keeps delivering a fantastic experience! The Last Call is big and comfortable with an air conditioned cabin to take a break from the heat. His mate Alec is energetic, passionate about fishing, and taking care of customers. Roger has always put us on lots of fish. This year he found really big ones! Roger and Alec helped me take home 1st place for Kingfish in the Deep sea roundup tournament and a lifetime of memories. I highly recommend you charter with Southwest Sport Fishing and make some memories of your own!

Candon B.

July 23, 2019

This was an awesome experience for our family(my wife and I, 14 year old son and 13 year old daughter). The Captain had several spots to go to if fishing slowed down or stopped and it provided us with an experience that will never be forgotten. The Captain and first mate were laid back and easy to talk too. If we go back and do this again we will most definitely use them again. The Captain has many years on these waters, it’s very obvious he knows where the fish are. They were very helpful with instruction and most importantly very patient with us as we were pretty much newbies at this style of fishing.

Gear & Packing


Rods, reels, tackle

At an additional rate


Recommended packing

You will need a fishing license, a cooler for your catch, sunscreen, sunglasses, hats, and something to eat and drink on the trip.

Required items

Texas saltwater fishing license

Things to keep in mind

Payment & Tipping

After paying the deposit, a QR Code will be emailed. Your guide will take a picture of the QR code to automatically transfer the remaining balance. The only cash needed is for a 10-20% customary tip.

Cancellation/Refund policy


Link to license

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