Explore the waters around Aransas Pass in Texas with Nocturnal Assault Flounder Gigging! Said to be the only ‘No Fish No Pay’ Flounder guide in Texas, this is your service for night Flounder gigging adventures from the famous Conn Brown Harbor.
This area is home to more gigging guides than anywhere else in the world and provides night after night of smiling faces bringing home loads of fish. Let Nocturnal Assault show you a great time gigging for Flounder, and you may even find some Sheepshead and Black Drum on the end of your gig!
Captain James runs a custom-built 18’ boat that was designed specifically for Flounder gigging. It provides a dry ride with up to date engines and features. It’s the custom lighting on the boat that makes it so unique. Flounder bury themselves in sandy bottoms and camouflage themselves, so the high-intensity lights that shine down make it easy to spot them!
The crew offers 5-hour night trips that can accommodate up to 4 people, plus the captain. They will provide all gigging equipment, as well as cleaning of your catch. Gigging is done in 1-2 feet of water, in the cool of the night and under bright lights from the comfort of the boat, which means no Texas scorching sun!
Flounder gigging is very popular, so Capt. James recommends reserving your trip in advance to get your preferred date. Weekends can be booked even 6 months in advance – however, last-minute openings can pop up. All ages are welcome to join the fun, and no matter if you are a beginner or expert gigger, you will be in great hands and be gigging like a pro in no time!
Join Nocturnal Assault Flounder Gigging and experience the adventure of hunting for Flounder at night!
You Keep Catch
Catch cleaning & filleting
Rods, reels & tackle
About the Captain
About this listing
Cust (Saltwater fishing) originally built in 2017. Powered by a 115HP Mercury 2016 engine.
Types of Fishing
If it is unsafe to travel, you may still cancel free of charge or change the dates of your booking.
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