San Antonio Fishing Charters

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San Antonio: 19 fishing charters available

Bones Fishing Guide Service
Bones Fishing Guide Service

San Antonio • 24 ft • 6 persons

For your next vacation in Texas, you need to book a trip with Bones Fishing Guide Service.
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trips fromUS $350
South Texas Fishing Charters
South Texas Fishing Charters

San Antonio • 22 ft • 6 persons

Calaveras and Braunig Lake charters. South Texas Fishing Charters has over 10 years of experience in targeting freshwater species.

"Lowrence took me, my dad and my grandson fishing and it was a great experience for all of us." —⁠ Scott,
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trips fromUS $280
Scale Chaser Fishing Guide
Scale Chaser Fishing Guide

San Antonio • 21 ft • 4 persons

Scale Chaser Fishing Guide welcomes you for a fishing trip on one of Texas’ beautiful lakes.

"First time at this location and with a guide. We are definitely planning on returning in the near future!" —⁠ Harry,
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trips fromUS $260
Hooked Up Fishing Guide
Hooked Up Fishing Guide

San Antonio • 22 ft • 4 persons

Hooked Up Fishing Guide is located in Elmendorf and offers to show you a memorable time in these waters.

"Capt. Mike had the boat ready a little early and we were excited and early, too." —⁠ Richard,
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trips fromUS $260
Silverback Reel Hooker
Silverback Reel Hooker

San Antonio • 22 ft • 6 persons

Silverback Reel Hooker is all about fishing the stunning waters of San Antonio.

"We had an amazing half day with Captian Martin! He was ready to go when we arrived and was extremely helpful in making accomodations for my dad and uncle when they were entering/exiting the boat (both are mobility -challenged)." —⁠ Ariana,
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trips fromUS $260
Gonzalez Guide Service
Gonzalez Guide Service

San Antonio • 24 ft • 5 persons

Make the most of your time in San Antonio and go fishing with Gonzalez Guide Service.

"Fishing is just that attempting to catch fish.  My son and I enjoyed our catching trip." —⁠ David,
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trips fromUS $200
Fishtrips
Fishtrips

San Antonio • 22 ft • 3 persons

Fishtrips has been providing top-notch fishing guide services since 1989.

"Captain was very down to earth. Knew were the fish were and made sure we hit our limit." —⁠ John,
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trips fromUS $260
San Antonio Fishing Charters
San Antonio Fishing Charters

San Antonio • 25 ft • 4 persons

A veteran-owned, family business, San Antonio Fishing Charters knows just what it is you want and deserve from a fishing trip.

"We had a great day on the water with captain Travis. We hit 3 of his favorite spots, and caught on all three." —⁠ Donna, TX
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trips fromUS $300
Off The Hook Fishing Trips
Off The Hook Fishing Trips

San Antonio • 21 ft • 4 persons

Come join Off the Hook Fishing Trips for a fun day out on the Calaveras or Braunig Lake and be sure to get hooked instantly!

"Captain Bryan was amazing. He was so friendly and knowledgeable about fishing and the lake." —⁠ Diane,
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trips fromUS $300
Alamo Texas Fishing
Alamo Texas Fishing

San Antonio • 26 ft • 6 persons

San Antonio has a fish with your name on it, so let Alamo Texas Fishing help you catch it!

"Captain Harry was super helpful from the beginning. Prior to the trip he answered all my questions thoroughly and quickly." —⁠ Veronica,
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trips fromUS $400
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Fishing in San Antonio

Texas is known for its outstanding freshwater fisheries, and the best of the best are the lakes and rivers of San Antonio. Angling aficionados from the state, nay, country, flock to the “River City” for their share of action, and San Antonio fishing guides are there to accommodate them.

Whether you’re in the mood for Bass galore, Catfish for dinner, or memorable Redfish battles, you’ve come to the right place. Bass are by far the most popular catch in the area, and there are several species that you can target. Largemouth, Hybrid Striped, and White Bass are all in the cards, and you can land quite a few, no matter the body of water you’re on.

Redfish are also on everybody’s list – and yes, you can find these feisty fellas in the freshwater lakes. Not only can you find them, but there are some huge specimens out there, weighing up to 40 pounds! There’s also a lot of Channel and Blue Catfish in these parts, as well as plenty of delicious Crappie and Sunfish to fill your coolers. You might even stumble upon some Rainbow Trout if the conditions align.

San Antonio fishing guides organize their trips in a way that there’s something for everyone’s pleasure. You’ll find half day trips that will take you to the nearby lakes in a heartbeat. There are charters that organize fishing excursions for kids, if you want your little ones to get hooked young. Meanwhile, avid Bass fishers will enjoy full day Bass jaunts that will put them on the best bite.

If you’re looking for a captain to take you out, Braunig, Calaveras, and Canyon Lakes, along with the Guadalupe River and Lake Placid are all great places to start.

Rules & Regulations

All anglers 17 years and older fishing around San Antonio are required to have a valid Texas fishing license with a Freshwater Endorsement, which is necessary if you want to keep your catch.

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San Antonio Fishing Seasons

January
This is the beginning of the best Hybrid Striped Bass season, so catch as many as you can. January is also the start of the prime Largemouth Bass bite, meaning there’s plenty for you to do on the lakes.
February

Largemouth Bass are getting easier to catch, which is the news every angler has been waiting for. This is also the time when White Bass begin their spawning migration to the river portion of Canyon Lake.

March

Redfishing is starting to heat up – watch out for feeding pelicans or seagulls to locate them. This is also the start of peak season for Channel Catfish. There are a lot of fighters out there and plenty of San Antonio fishing guides to take you to them!

April

Largemouth Bass fishing will start slowing down soon – catch them while you can. The beginning of April is a great time to set your sights on some Hybrid Striped Bass swimming around. Don't miss Fiesta San Antonio!

May

Channel Catfishing is at its peak, and Hybrid Striped and Largemouth Bass follow close behind. Visiting Fiesta Noche del Rio is a must – a great way to celebrate your fishing success and have a fun night out. 

June

At the beginning of summer, the weather is hot, and so is fishing for various species. Targeting Hybrids is still great and, for more diversity, you can also focus on White Bass which will deliver good results and even better meals.

July

Calaveras and Braunig Lakes are usually exploding with Redfish this time of the year. Blue Catfish are good in both of these lakes, as well as White Bass. You could have all the colors of the flag in your cooler!

August

Redfishing will start slowing down towards the end of the month, and Hybrids will start to settle down as well. Bottom fishing can often be more productive than trolling this time of the year because the Catfish bite is on point.

September

White Bass and Hybrid Striped Bass fishing in Canyon Lake can be amazing during September. When it comes to Braunig and Calaveras Lakes, Redfish are good if it's not too rainy, so let your San Antonio fishing guide recommend the best time to go out.

October

The end of the month is when fishing for Hybrid Striped Bass and White Bass usually slows down. Blue Cats and Redfish are still out there, and they’re hungry and aggressive. This just means more fun for you.

November

November is all about the Catfish at Calaveras and Braunig Lakes, both in shallow and deep waters. White Bass are also starting to show up more and more, and you can find solid Largemouth action out there.

December

Winters in Texas might be mild, but it can still get cold on the water. Thankfully, that doesn't mean that fishing can't be hot. Focus on White Bass and all the action will keep you warm on the boat.

San Antonio Fishing Calendar

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Top Types of Fishing in San Antonio

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