Are you ready for a great day out with South Texas Fishing Adventures? Book a trip today and have a great time with Captain Nathan. He is a Texan veteran who knows these waters like the back of his hand. He has won the Port Isabel Classic Tournament a couple of times and wants to share the excitement of fishing with his customers.
Step on board his 24’ Shallow Stalker. These are stable boats that do great in shallow waters, due to their double hulls. Even if the waters are choppy this boat offers a smooth ride. With a 250 HP Evinrude engine, it can get you to the fishing grounds fast, too. There is seating on board and a cooler.
There’s something to catch year round. On the longer trips, you’ll be able to head to more fishing spots, allowing you to catch a variety of fish. You’ll be able to reel in Redfish, Flounder, Mangrove Snapper, Snook, and Spotted Seatrout.
Children over 3 years of age are welcome on board and will have life vests provided for them. First-time anglers are welcome, too – Capt. Nathan will happily show you the ropes. This boat is great for those new to the water as well as experienced anglers.
The captain will provide water on board and top quality rods and reels. These won’t let you down when going after your trophy inshore fish! The live bait will be ready for you on board at the beginning of your trip.
You’ll need to bring along a few bits on these trips. Anyone over 17 in the group will need to buy a fishing license before the day. Don’t forget your snacks and any other drinks you fancy. Feel free to bring along beer, as long as it is in cans.
You should wear weather appropriate clothing – it’s always best to wear layers. Bring sunscreen and a sun hat, too. The captain offers a discount for military, vets, police, firemen, and school teachers.
Book a trip with South Texas Fishing Adventures today for an unforgettable day out!
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Shallow Stalker Cat 240 (Bay boat) originally built in 2015. Powered by a 250HP Evinrude engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 40 knots.