Half Day Fishing the Middle Texas Coast
1-6 Guests • No Lodging • Public • Guided
HALF DAY FISHING OUT OF PORT O’CONNOR
Fishing out of Port O'Connor & Seadrift. Fishing the bay and back lakes for red, trout, flounder, drum, sharks, and triple tails. Wade or drift fish with artificial or live bait.
We can accommodate all your fishing needs whether family, friends, corporate or large groups.
Live Bait (Extra Available at market Price)
Clean and Bag Your Fish See Less
Price is for Full Day charter for 1-3 guests. Additional guests can be added for addition fee.
Additional Guests 4+
Fishing out of Port O'Connor, Seadrift, and Rockport. Fishing the bay and back lakes for red, trout, flounder, drum, sharks, and triple tails. Wade or drift fish with artificial or live bait. We can accommodate all your fishing needs whether family, friends, or large groups.
More Pricing Information
You can also pay a 50% deposit now and a final payment before your trip.
$55.00 Per Item
$605.00 Per Experience
Please note that there is a 50% non-refundable deposit included with your booking fee. In case of cancellation, and in accordance with the Host's cancellation policy, the remaining 50% may be returned to you or applied towards rescheduling a future trip.
- Experienced Local Guide
- Artificial Lures
- Live Bait Available for Purchase at Market Price
- We Will Clean and Bag Your Fish
- Weather Appropriate Fishing Attire
- Texas Fishing License with Saltwater Stamp
- Food & Drinks
Rules & Guidelines
Fishing License Requirements
Any person who takes or attempts to take fish, mussels, clams, crayfish or other aquatic life in the public waters of Texas must have a current Texas fishing license with the appropriate endorsement. A saltwater endorsement is required to fish in coastal waters; a freshwater endorsement is required for inland waters.
Possession of Fish Taken from Public Water
Fish caught and immediately released are not considered to be in possession. Any fish that are retained by using any type of holding device such as stringer, cooler, livewell, or bucket are considered in an angler’s possession and must adhere to established length and bag limits. While fishing, it is illegal to be in possession of more fish than the daily bag limit or fish that are within a protected length limit.
In order to verify length and species, a fish caught may not have the head or tail removed and may not be filleted until an angler finally lands the catch on the mainland, a peninsula, or barrier island not including jetties or piers and does not transport the catch by boat. For broadbill swordfish and king mackerel, the head OR tail may be removed but the remainder of the carcass must remain intact and may not be filleted. For sharks, ONLY the head may be removed. The remainder of the carcass (including the tail) must remain intact and may not be filleted.
Any fish taken from public water and landed by boat or person in Texas must adhere to the length limits and daily bag and possession limits established for those fish in Texas regardless of the state or country in which they were caught.
The bag limit for a guided fishing party is equal to the total number of persons in the boat licensed to fish or otherwise exempt from holding a license minus each fishing guide and fishing guide deckhand multiplied by the bag limit for each species harvested.