Port O'Connor Fishing Charters

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Port O'Connor: 71 fishing charters available

Second To None Charters
Second To None Charters
 State licensed

Port O'Connor • 21 ft • 6 persons

Second To None Charters is located in Port O'Connor and offers to show you a memorable time in these waters.

"Had an amazing time with my brothers from other mothers and my brother in law on this fishing charter with Captain Joshua." —⁠ Robert,
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trips fromUS $550
Salty Peters Guide Service
Salty Peters Guide Service
 State licensed

Port O'Connor • 26 ft • 4 persons

Salty Peters Guide Service operates out of Port O’Connor and offers fishing trips within the area year round.

"Captain Jon Peters was very helpful with ensuring we had everything we needed to have a SAFE and GREAT TIME!" —⁠ Lawrence,
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trips fromUS $550
Keith Gregory's Guide Service
Keith Gregory's Guide Service

Port O'Connor • 24 ft • 4 persons

Head down to Port O’Connor, Texas and explore the waters with Keith Gregory’s Guide Service!

"Keith is an awesome fishing guide. He put us on all the fish and is a really great guy." —⁠ Emmy,
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trips fromUS $500
Reel Salty Charters
Reel Salty Charters
 State licensed

Port O'Connor • 25 ft • 4 persons

Book your next trip with Reel Salty Charters and find out what you’re missing in Port O’Connor.

"Capt Tim helped my twin 5yr old grandsons to catch their first fish." —⁠ Demetrios,
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trips fromUS $500
Tight Lines Guide Service – 22'
Tight Lines Guide Service – 22'
 State licensed

Port O'Connor • 22 ft • 4 persons

If you are looking at having a great time out on the water and catching fish, give Tight Lines Guide Service a call!
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trips fromUS $550
Fivecoat Guide Service
Fivecoat Guide Service
 State licensed

Port O'Connor • 24 ft • 4 persons

Fivecoat Guide Service runs angling trips out of Port O'Connor and offers to show you what the local fishery is all about.

"This was my Grandson’s first experience in the Bay. He had a great time…Mission accomplished!" —⁠ Danny,
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trips fromUS $600
Fishing Tails Guide Service
Fishing Tails Guide Service
 State licensed

Port O'Connor • 24 ft • 4 persons

Get ready to battle it out with some of the nation’s favorite inshore fish with Fishing Tails Guide Service.
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trips fromUS $650
Texas Coastal Adventures
Texas Coastal Adventures
 State licensed

Port O'Connor • 23 ft • 5 persons

Choose Texas Coastal Adventures and let Captain Scott Pierce take you wade fishing for Redfish and Speckled Trout.

"Scott worked hard to put us on a limit of trout. Great day!" —⁠ BRIAN, TX
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trips fromUS $600
Big Dawg Outfitters – 36' CapeHorn
Big Dawg Outfitters – 36' CapeHorn
 State licensed

Port O'Connor • 36 ft • 6 persons

Spend the day with Big Dawg Outfitters and get hooked on fishing in Port O'Connor!
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trips fromUS $800
Texas Fins And Feathers – 18'
Texas Fins And Feathers – 18'

Port O'Connor • 18 ft • 4 persons

Texas Fins And Feathers welcomes you aboard for a fun and relaxing fishing trip!
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trips fromUS $700
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Fishing in Port O'Connor

Perched right between the iconic Matagorda Bay and the stunning Espiritu Santo Bay, you’ll find a quaint fishing village with a long history of resilience. Heading out with a Port O’Connor fishing guide is a great way to immerse yourself in the beauty and culture of this waterfront community. Four hurricanes leveled the town of Port O’Connor in the past century, but the Texas can-do attitude is stronger.

With such an abundance of water and natural resources, it’s no wonder that Port O’Connor boasts some of the most varied wildlife in the area. The inshore waters are rich, so you’ll find Speckled Trout, Redfish, Flounder, and Black Drum wherever you turn. A half day trip is a great introduction to the inshore fishery, while a Flounder gigging trip gives a real taste of Texas fishing.

The Gulf of Mexico is a short boat ride away as well, so if you’re looking for some deep sea action, you won’t have to look far. Snapper, Grouper, Tuna, Mahi Mahi, Amberjack, Wahoo, Billfish – they’re all in the cards. Just make sure you dedicate enough time to cover these fishing grounds. A full day or more is probably the best idea if an offshore adventure sounds appealing.

When it comes to finding the best guide, you’ll have no issues in Port O’Connor. Fishing is a way of life here, so you’ll see fishing charters lined up at the docks. Just head on down to the water, take your pick, and sail out!

Rules & Regulations

Since fishing guides in Port O’Connor usually don’t provide you with a fishing license, you should buy one before your trip. If you want to keep Bull Reds, make sure you have a Redfish tag as well.

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Port O'Connor Fishing Seasons

January

The start of the year is as solid as it gets in these parts. Whether it’s Specks, Redfish, or Black Drum, you can get a lot of work done with a skilled guide.

February

February is usually reserved for Speckled Trout fishing. They’ll be big, numerous, and generally unfazed by the windy conditions on the water.

March

As the temperatures slowly start to rise, we welcome spring fishing in Port O’Connor with open arms. Specks and Sheepshead are the flavors of the day, with some Jacks thrown into the mix as well.

April

The weather in April can be unpredictable, but that shouldn’t interfere with fishing too much. Redfish and Speckled Trout remain the main targets for inshore anglers.

May

This time of year usually means viable offshore fishing. Amberjack will be all over the deep waters, along with Kingfish and increasing numbers of Mahi Mahi.

June

June tends to mark the start of the federal Red Snapper season, meaning everybody will be trying to land as many of the bottom feeders as they possibly can!

July

It’s a great time to be fishing pretty much anywhere! Whether it’s inshore for Redfish or nearshore and offshore for Snapper, Kingfish, and Mahi Mahi, your work’s cut out for you.

August

It’s hot outside, but there’s also plenty of fish to catch. Mahi Mahi and Kingfish rule the offshore, while Specks reign in more shallow waters.

September

September is a great time to try your hand at Tuna fishing. Blackfins and Yellowfins will keep you very busy if you play your cards right.

October

The Redfish bite is so hot this time of year that the local jokingly call it “Red October.” Join the hunt in the inshore waters and hook some Bull Reds.

November

If going after Blue Marlin in the deep blue sounds like something up your alley, go for it! Alternatively, it’s a great time for some Flounder gigging.

December

Winter has set in and the inshore waters are very clear, making it a perfect time to do some sight casting inshore. A special treat for the fly anglers out there!

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