Fishing Trip Options

Guided Fishing Trip Options
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Free Stuff On every trip, we furnish all the tackle, ice, water, we clean and bag your fish and provide photos of you with your catch. Jetty Trips The jetties are a three mile run from the town of Port O’Connor, Texas. This is our most popular trip. The jetties offer year round fishing for reds, trout, sheepshead, Spanish mackerel, sharks and mangrove snapper. From September through November the numbers of bull reds caught along the jetties are incredible. Live and dead baits are extra. Bay Trips This is mostly live bait fishing over shell reefs, or drifting the flats on backwater estuary lakes. You can expect to catch reds, trout and black drum on bottom rigs and rattle floats. Wade Fishing This is angling adventure at it’s very best. We’ll cover lots of clear water flats, and fish some of the most scenic areas of West Matagorda and Espuritu Santo bays with a variety of lures that include topwater plugs, soft plastic jigs and swim baits. Offshore This is a trip fishing from 1 to 15 miles offshore – weather permitting. You can expect to catch red snapper, ling, king mackerel, sharks, Spanish mackerel, bonito and jack crevale. We’ll fish a variety of structure that includes rigs, wrecks and rocks. This trip is a combination of fishing on bottom, drifting baits and trolling. Shark Trips If you have ever wanted to catch a big shark this is the place to get it done. The kids especially love this trip because we catch a variety of sharks on the bay, at the jetties and in the surf. On any given day you can expect to catch sharks upward of 5 to 6 feet long. Tarpon Trips This will be fishing live baits or sight casting to rolling tarpon at the jetties, in the surf and at Pass Cavallo. Best months are July, August and September. Fly Fishing This is a combination of fishing the flats, bay reefs, backwater estuary lakes, the jetties and short offshore. You can fish from the boat or wade. Capt. Robert Sloan has held numerous fly fishing records, along with the heaviest fish caught on the fly in Texas record books – a 54 pound ling. Items to bring: Drinks, snacks, sunscreen, polarized sunglasses, rain gear and a camera.   rates   TOJ June 2014, No. 2, offshore kings