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Fishing Trips-Port O'Connor, Texas

Available Times & Prices

5 hrs at 6:00 AM - $550

8 hrs at 6:00 AM - $650

Fishing Trips-Port O'Connor, Texas

Fishing Area: Port O'Connor, TX

Fishing - Inshore

Fishing Boat:

25' Mowdy (Flats boat)Max 4 guests (base trip price includes 3 guests)

Target Fish:

Black Drum, Redfish, Sea Trout, Sheepshead, Tripletail


Venture out on the bay and back lakes of Port O’Connor with your family and friends. You'll come face to gills with Trout, Redfish, Black Drum, and other species you can find at the end of your line. The necessary fishing equipment will be taken care of by the captain.

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  • Rods, reels, tackle, Included- Live bait Is Additional charge
  • Complimentary catch cleaning and filleting.
  • Bring your snacks and drinks onboard!

We work hard to keep our calendar updated. Our schedule is the most updated information so please book online. We will contact you after to make your trip as positive an experience as we can.

If you have questions or want to talk to someone further, feel free to contact us directly, click here for our contact us information.

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Our Port O'Connor Fishing Charter Good to Knows

Even The Fish Are Big In Texas!
  • Deposit: A 20% deposit is required for all online bookings Balance is due in cash or credit card on the day of the trip.

  • Tips: Tips are greatly appreciated for a job well done.

  • Guest Cancellation:  In the event that you need to request a cancellation, you must do so 14 days before your charter date in order to receive a refund for your deposit. 

  • Guide Cancellation: In the rare event that your guide must cancel due to inclement weather, equipment issues, or health, you will have the option to reschedule for a future date or cancel and receive your deposit back in full.

Fishing out of Port O'Connor & Seadrift. Fishing the bay and back lakes for red, trout, flounder, drum, sharks, and tripple tails. Wade or drift fish with artificial or live bait. 

We can accommodate all your fishing needs whether family, friends, corporate or large groups.


How do I become a local fishing guide?

There are no formal qualifications required to work as a fishing guide. You must, however, have extensive experience fishing in the waters where you operate. Knowledge of local fish populations and the best methods for catching them is essential. Basic boat maintenance abilities are also required.

How much do you tip a fishing guide in Florida?


Tipping for a fishing trip follows the same general rule as tipping a waiter, with 10-20% being typical. It's a good idea to start at 15% and work your way up or down depending on how happy you were with your trip.

What is guided fishing?

Simply put, it's a service provided by boat owners and professional fishers that takes guests out onto a body of water for a set period of time in the hopes of catching fish. These charters are frequently rented at set rates per time limit or can be customized to meet the group's needs.