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Top Fishing Charters in DFW

DFW: 89 fishing charters available

Bill Miller Texoma Striper Guide
Bill Miller Texoma Striper Guide

Kingston • 23 ft • 6 persons

Captain Bill Miller is a U.S. Army Veteran and Retired Firefighter.

"My wife and I are both avid anglers, but this was our first time to fish for this particular species." —⁠ Mitch,
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trips fromUS $400
Bigfoot Stripers
Bigfoot Stripers

Kingston • 24 ft • 6 persons

Kingston has a fish with your name on it, so let Bigfoot Stripers help you catch it!

"Booked a Saturday afternoon fishing trip for 6 with Bigfoot Stripers." —⁠ Eric,
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trips fromUS $300
Staley Adventures
Staley Adventures

Pottsboro • 24 ft • 6 persons

Come visit Staley Adventures for an enjoyable fishing trip in Pottsboro, Texas.
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trips fromUS $400
Gone Fishin’ Guide Service
Gone Fishin’ Guide Service

Kingston • 24 ft • 6 persons

Obsessed with Stripers? Then Gone Fishin’ Guide Service is the one for you!

"We were fortunate to be blessed by having the new captain in town ZAC as our guide!" —⁠ Kim,
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trips fromUS $450
Lake Fork Premier Guide Service
Lake Fork Premier Guide Service

Quitman • 20 ft • 2 persons

If you’re ready to start fishing in Quitman, look no further than Lake Fork Premier Guide Service.

"My buddy and I hired Ryker on March 28th for a half day Bass trip on Lake Fork." —⁠ Dave,
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trips fromUS $300
Blake on the Lake
Blake on the Lake

Whitney • 22 ft • 6 persons

Looking for an action packed day on the water? We have you covered!

"My husband and I had a wonderful fishing experience with our guide, Blake today!" —⁠ Sandra,
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trips fromUS $450
Tracking Texas Trophies
Tracking Texas Trophies

Sulphur Springs • 21 ft • 2 persons

Tracking Texas Trophies offers Largemouth Bass fishing trips on Lake Fork.

"We couldn’t have asked for a more knowledgeable guide when it comes to Lake Fork , and fishing in General." —⁠ Glenda,
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trips fromUS $400
JDR Fishing Adventures
JDR Fishing Adventures

Alba • 22 ft • 4 persons

JDR Fishing Adventures and Captain Jimmy Reardon invite you for a memorable angling experience in Texas.

"My husband and I looking for a way to bond with our nephew decided to take him fishing with Captain Jimmy." —⁠ Melissa,
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trips fromUS $350
Bob's Guide Service
Bob's Guide Service

Pottsboro • 26 ft • 6 persons

Make the most of your time in Pottsboro and go fishing with Bob's Guide Service.

"Captain Bob and crew were just perfect.  Great day, lots of fish, and perfect attention to detail by captain Bob." —⁠ Gregory,
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trips fromUS $400
Papa Bob's Guide Service
Papa Bob's Guide Service

Kingston • 23 ft • 6 persons

Papa Bob's Guide Service is located in Kingston and offers to show you a memorable time in these waters.

"My family and I had so much fun. Our lines were in the water little after 6am." —⁠ Cassie,
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trips fromUS $450
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Frequently Asked Questions about Fishing Charters in DFW

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Fishing in DFW

Fishing in DFW is one of the best ways to take a break from the hustle and bustle of the metroplex. Both Dallas and Fort Worth are surrounded by lakes, so no matter what direction you head in, you’ll end up on a great fishing spot within a 30-mile radius. There’s always something to catch here, so you don’t need to wait for a specific season – just ask yourself when you want to have an unforgettable day on the water.
 
When you think of Texas freshwater fishing, one fish in particular comes to mind – Bass! Lots of it! You can target Largemouth, Smallmouth, Striped, Hybrid, and White Bass. Not every lake in the area holds a trophy-sized specimen, but you can find at least one type of Bass in each spot, anytime you go. Don’t forget that you can also catch tasty Crappie and heavy Catfish.
 
Most fishing guides offer trips ranging from 4–8 hours. Longer trips allow you to move from one fishing spot to another, try out different techniques, and get a better sense of the local angling tricks. You’ll mostly use light tackle to catch your fish but if you want to jazz things up, try fly fishing or bowfishing at night. 
 
With so many lakes around DFW, it can be hard to pick your spot. Some of the most popular destinations are Lewisville Lake, Grapevine Lake, Tawakoni Lake, and Lake Whitney. Your fishing equipment is covered by your guide, so you only need to purchase a fishing license for every angler over 17. 
 
Your perfect getaway is so close – relax and fish in DFW!
 

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DFW Fishing Seasons

January
Calm January days are perfect to go after Crappie, which bites pretty aggressively this time of year. 
 
February
If you’re going after Catfish in February, you’re bound to have a great trip. You can target them at Lake Ray Roberts or Lewisville Lake. 
 
March
Catfishing is still great and Striper joins the hunt! Lake Grapevine has a healthy population of both, so get your next catch there.
 
April
Lake Lewisville holds excellent numbers of Hybrid Striped Bass. The action is especially great in April, so don’t miss out.
 
May
Crappie are far into their spawning season and you can easily find them in shallow water, especially around the underwater brush.
 
June
Hybrid Bass and Striper are forming schools this time of year. As the temperature gets higher, you can expect excellent topwater action. 
 
July
Channel Catfish, Striper, and Hybrid Bass are great targets in July, as they move around in schools. You’ll also find Crappie around the brush piles.
 
August
Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass are present in high numbers and you can’t go wrong going after them, especially if you’re at Lake Whitney.
 
September
Bass fishing is amazing no matter which lake or type of Bass you choose! To make your trip more challenging, try catching one on a fly.
 
October
Crappie fishing should not be missed! There’s lots of them, they’re fun to catch, and most importantly, they’re as tasty as can be!
 
November
Catfish start to feed very aggressively as the temperature goes down, so this is definitely the time to go after them!
 
December
Go after Crappie and have an epic meal afterward or go after big Catfish for some bicep flexing. Either way, you’ll have a great time!
 

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What anglers said about fishing in DFW

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Top Types of Fishing in DFW

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Top Fishing Techniques in DFW

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Top Targeted Species in DFW

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