FISHING TRIPS & RATES
Charters can accommodate up to 6 people. Rates for all trips include
FUEL, rods and reels, tackle, bait, fish box ice, bean bag chairs and fish
Red Snapper Trip – 8 hours (7:00am to 3:00pm)Available from June 1st through August 2nd for the season. Up to 50 miles offshore.
Offshore Combo Trip – 12 hours (7:00am to 7:00pm)Red Snapper (when in season), Vermillion Snapper (Beeliners), Mangrove Snapper, Wahoo, Dolphin (Mahi-Mahi), King Mackerel, Cobia (Ling), Amberjack (when In season) and Barracuda. Up to 110 miles offshore.
Deep Drop Trip – 12 hours (7:00am to 7:00pm)Swordfish, Grouper, Tilefish. Up to 125 miles offshore.
Offshore Safari – 30 hours (12:00pm to 6:00pm the following day)Yellowfin Tuna, Blackfin Tuna, Wahoo, Dolphin and Blue Marlin. Up to 150 miles offshore.
“Bucket List” Trip – 30 hours (scheduled according to the target species)What’s your desired fish of a lifetime? We’ll spare no effort and use every available resource to cross it off your bucket list!!!
Our goal is 100% customer satisfaction! Any trip can be customized to fit your needs. Please contact us with any questions you may have.
Deposit and Cancellation Policy
A $400.00 deposit payable through PayPal is required to book your trip.
The deposit receipt is confirmation of your booking.
The balance due may be paid by cash, check or PayPal.
If the captain must cancel due to weather, your deposit will be refunded.
If you choose to cancel, you MUST cancel at least two weeks before the scheduled trip to receive a full refund.
Tips are not included or expected. If you are pleased with your crew’s performance, a tip is greatly appreciated.
What to Bring:
Texas saltwater fishing license (ages 17 and up), food, drinks, non-marking soft sole shoes, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, rain gear, camera, appropriate seasonal clothing and sun protective clothing. It is extremely important to stay hydrated – we recommend plenty of water and Gatorade.
If you are prone to seasickness and choose to take medication, please follow the manufacturer’s directions, which include taking the medicine well in advance. Medication will not be effective if taken after we leave the dock.
For overnight trips we suggest warm clothing and a blanket or sleeping bag.
Fishing licenses can be purchased online at Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (www.tpwd.texas.gov) or in person at Cabela’s, Walmart, and Academy.
What NOT to Bring:
No glass bottles are allowed! Cans or plastic only please.