BackBayAdventures - Making Memories

406 South 12th St.
Port O'Connor TX, United States

BackBayAdventures is located in Port O’Connor, Texas. They are run and operated by Captain Todd, a true professional, who is specialized in wade fishing during summer and winter months.

You will be sailing aboard a brand-new 22-ft SCB boat, powered by a 300 HP Mercury engine. It can comfortably accommodate up to four anglers and has a maximum cruising speed of 75 knots. What is more, the vessel is equipped with a GPS and a live bait tank.

During your day out with BackBayAdventures Charters and Captain Todd, you will be able to see what the Texas Gulf Coast has to offer. You will get a chance to fish the flats and back lake. There are a lot of opportunities to fill the ice chest, from line stripping bruiser Redfish to the solid thump of a fat Speckled Trout. Depending on the time of year, you will have an option to fish from the boat or wade fish the shoreline and back lake. The protected, shallow back lakes in the area offer great opportunities for sight casting cruising Redfish and the grass-covered bottom offers plenty of protection for large Speckled Trout, waiting to ambush a soft plastic or top water.

The trip will include your fishing equipment, such as rods, reels, tackle, and lures. The Captain will offer drinks and once caught, your fish will be cleaned and filleted for you to take home and fill the freezer.

The fish stories are the memories that you’ll discuss for years to come. BackBayAdventures is about making memories, so welcome aboard – your hooks are baited!

BackBayAdventures is located in Port O’Connor, Texas. They are run and operated by Captain Todd, a true professional, who is specialized in wade fishing during summer and winter months.

You will be sailing aboard a brand-new 22-ft SCB


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Boat Specs

SCB (Center console) originally built in 2013. Powered by a 300HP Mercury engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 75 knots.

Length
22 ft
Capacity
4 persons
Types of Fishing
Inshore Fishing
Flats Fishing
Backcountry Fishing
Fishing Techniques
Light Tackle
Drift Fishing
Wade Fishing
Targeted Species
 
Flounder
 
Redfish

 
Spotted Seatrout
Amenities
Toilet
Air Conditioning
Fighting Chair
GPS
Life Jackets
Fishfinder
Fly Fishing Equipment
Bed
Flybridge
Snorkeling Equipment
Live Bait Well
Kitchen
Refrigerator
Multimedia System
Wireless Trolling Motor
Outriggers
Tuna Tubes
Spearfishing Equipment
Ice Box
GPS
Life Jackets
Live Bait Well
Trip Includes
Rods, reels & tackle
Live Bait
Lures
Catch cleaning & filleting
Snacks
Drinks
First Mate
Fishing License Included
Lunch
Fly Fishing Equipment
Policies
FREE Cancellation
You can cancel or change your booking free of charge up to 24 hours before the trip date.
Pickup not included
Transfer to/from departure site is not included in trip rates.

Other Policies  
Child Friendly
 
You Keep Catch
 
Catch and Release Allowed
Payment

30% deposit charged upfront by FishingBooker to guarantee your reservation. The remaining balance is to be paid directly to the captain on or prior to your trip date in one of the following payment methods: Cash, PayPal.

About the Captain

Todd Jones
Port O'Connor, Texas, United States
Member since August 2016
I think my earliest memories as a child are fishing with my grandfather down on the Texas Gulf Coast, between the two small fishing communities of Seadrift and Pt. O'Connor. I must have swallowed just enough saltwater over the course of those early years to keep it permanently coursing through my veins. I haven't been able to wander too far away ever since. I have spent years in the many back lakes of this area, casting to tailing or cruising Redfish. It's hard to describe the feeling of adrenaline that rushes in when you see that Redfish cruising the shallows, make a cast, and watch him turn on it in a torpedo-like motion just before he grabs onto it. And then there's the distinct, solid thump of that hungry speckled trout, when she latches onto your croaker or inhales that soft plastic as you twitch it a few times, then let it drop. All of these are techniques I've learned over the years, many on my own, and others through the vast knowledge of other experienced anglers.