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Fishing in Aransas Pass

Overlooking the Redfish Bay, Aransas Pass is perfectly located to get you on some of South Texas’ most productive waters. Follow an Aransas Pass fishing guide to discover the riches of the Redfish, Aransas, and Corpus Christi Bays, along with the deep waters of the Gulf, on a fishing trip like never before. 
 
With so many fishing grounds, it’s no surprise that you can catch a diverse range of fish here. Hit the inshore bays, flats, and marshes for delicious Sheepshead, Flounder, Trout, and Redfish. Meanwhile, you can also test your skills against Jack Crevalle and Tarpon. A nearshore trip will give you the chance to go after Cobia and Amberjack, while an offshore adventure will see you push yourself to the limit against Tuna, Marlin, Mahi Mahi, Red Snapper, and more. 
 
There are trips on offer for all kinds of anglers in these rich waters. Beginners and families can take advantage of half day trips. There’s the option of trips as long as twelve hours, or even a few days lodging, for those looking to get the most out of the bays. You’ll need at least ten hours to hit the deep waters offshore, and you can even spend multiple days aboard a boat in the heart of the Gulf!
 
Whatever you’re looking for, South Texas has got it. Get in touch with an Aransas Pass fishing guide and book the trip most suited to your needs!

 

Rules & Regulations

Every angler over the age of 17 needs a license to fish in Texan waters, so grab your saltwater permit before coming aboard and away you go. If you want to catch a famous Bull Redfish (over 28 inches), then you’ll also need a Red Drum tag, which you can purchase alongside your license. Other than that, your professional guide will make sure that you stick to the latest bag and size limits. 
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Aransas Pass Fishing Seasons

It’s a time for new beginnings, so why not get hooked on fishing? The inshore waters are full of Redfish, Trout, and Sheepshead just calling your name, so get ready to head home with a treat.
While some prized Marlin may entice you offshore, the best fishing can be found in the shallow waters of the Corpus Christi and Aransas Bays. Get ready to land a whole host of tasty fish.
It's all about inshore fishing as winter draws to a close, with plenty of tasty fish just waiting to be caught. Get your fish on and land some delicious Sheepshead, Trout, and Redfish to take home.
Whether nearshore or inshore, the fishing is thrilling. Some monster Cobia and Kingfish will make their way towards the bays, so get ready for a fight to fill the boat. 
Under the shining sun, you’ll see the fishing heat up, too. The season is in full swing and you’ll have the chance to go after some brutish Amberjacks, Cobias, and Mackerels. 
With all the incredible fishing, it’s easy to forget about the sun. Make sure to protect yourself as you spend your day focusing on the stunning fishing that summer yields. 
Anglers from all over the world will descend upon Aransas Pass and Port Aransas for the Gulf Coast’s oldest fishing tournament. Why not test your skills at the Deep Sea Roundup?
Nearshore is where it’s at as the summer winds to a close. There’ll be no sign of it slowing down as you go after stunning Snappers, Amberjacks, and Kingfish along the Gulf’s reefs and wrecks. 
The waters are at their hottest following the summer rays, and a whole load of new fish come to the fore. Go after Tarpon and Bull Reds in the shallows, along with delicious Mahi Mahi and Mackerel further out. 
Flounder joins the Redfish inshore to add another dimension to the question, “What’s for dinner?” Fish the shallows or head offshore to take on some monster Tuna and Mahi Mahi.

 

There’s still plenty of options for a culinary delight, be you offshore in pursuit of Tuna or inshore going after Redfish, Trout, Flounder, and Sheepshead. Tailor your trip to get the most out of the water. 
Who wants a white Christmas when you can spend the whole month fishing? The fish don’t let up, so make the most of the end of the year and explore the rich bays for a range of delicious fish. 

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Top Targeted Species in Aransas Pass

Redfish

Redfish

Flounder

Flounder

Black Drum

Black Drum

Speckled Trout

Speckled Trout

Sheepshead

Sheepshead

Spotted Seatrout

Spotted Seatrout

Jack Crevalle

Jack Crevalle

Shark (Blacktip)

Shark (Blacktip)