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Fishing in Texas City

If you’re looking for an authentic Lone Star State angling experience, fishing in Texas City should be on top of your to-do list. With access to three bays, this deepwater port is the perfect destination for some fun-filled time on the water. To the locals, angling in these parts is more than a sport. For anglers experiencing a Texas City fishing charter for the first time, fishing is about to take on a whole new meaning.
 
The games start with Redfish and Speckled Trout. Add to that Black Drum and Sheepshead, and guess what – you’ve just scratched the surface. If you’re after Flounder, these tasty Flatfish are on the bite from April through June, and again from October through December.
 
Whichever fish you’re after, you’ll have plenty of expert fishing guides to choose from around here. Trips typically range from 4–8 hours. If you’re a newbie, half day outings will provide you with plenty of action, without you spending the whole day on the water. For experienced anglers however, longer hour trips are ideal. 
 
From the Texas City Dike, to Moses Lake and Swan Lake, superb angling spots are right at your doorstep. Further out in Galveston Bay, fishing is even better. These waters serve up a steady dose of species, making inshore fishing in Texas City a year-round affair. If you want a taste of the legendary Texan offshore fishing, head over to Galveston and hop on a monster hunt.

 

Rules & Regulations

Anglers age 17 and older need a TX fishing license, even when fishing aboard a licensed charter vessel. If you’re fishing on your own, you do not need a license in order to cast your line in one of Texas’ state parks.

Texas City
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Texas City Fishing Seasons

Rain, wind, and cold weather won't stop you from landing Drum and Sheepshead near jetties in January. Go a bit farther from the coast and catch Redfish and Black Drum.
As the weather heats up and the waters get hotter, so does the fishing. Despite the winds, smaller Redfish can be great in marshes during March.
The waters are heating up more and more, raising the chances of bagging Redfish, Sheepshead, and Trout. Shark and Drum fishing gets hotter as well.
May brings sunny weather and higher chances of landing a variety of species, primarily Redfish and Trout. You can also expect to cross paths with various Sharks, including Blacktip, Bull, Hammerhead, and more.
This is the month of Red Snapper. Night Flounder gigging trips are also a must, or you can try trolling for Cobia and Kingfish in nearshore waters – June has it all.
This is the month of Red Snapper. Night Flounder gigging trips are also a must, or you can try trolling for Cobia and Kingfish in nearshore waters – June has it all.
Everything's possible during July in Texas City. You can go Flounder gigging, focus on catching Trout and Red Snapper, or even fish for Mahi Mahi and Cobia in the Gulf.
Flounder gigging is super hot and so is the weather. Kingfish are moving closer to the coast, while bay species are heading into deeper waters – catch them if you can!
The weather is getting colder and the days are shorter. It's spawning time for Bull Redfish, which are heading closer to the bay, just waiting for anglers to reel them in.
This is the perfect time for landing a volume of Bull Redfish and Trout that come closer to the bay to spawn. Despite the weather getting colder, Flounder gigging has never been hotter.
November is the time for lake and marsh fishing for Redfish and Trout. Flounder gigging season is closed in November, but there are still plenty of other good fishing opportunities.
December is all about marsh and lake fishing for the likes of Redfish and Speckled Trout. It's also the time for Flounder gigging season to reopen – you better come prepared.

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What People Are Saying About Texas City

"Half day with Capt Mike"

Jesse D. fished with Corks And Croakers on February 24, 2019

Close to shore so no long steams. A lot of fish and good variety

"2 full day trips with captain Mike."

Joel G. fished with Nautical Never Land Guide Service on February 1, 2019

Being from Nebraka and driving down, I would say the only draw back was Dallas and Houston.

" Half day trip with Captain Bo - Can"

Carmen R. fished with BO-CAN Guide Service on August 4, 2018

Book your fishing trip with Captain Bo - Can.

Top Targeted Species in Texas City

Redfish

Redfish

Flounder

Flounder

Speckled Trout

Speckled Trout

Black Drum

Black Drum

Shark (Blacktip)

Shark (Blacktip)

King Mackerel (Kingfish)

King Mackerel (Kingfish)

Spanish Mackerel

Spanish Mackerel

Shark (Tiger)

Shark (Tiger)

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