Sabine Lake Fishing Charters

6 fishing charters

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Top Fishing Charters in Sabine Lake

Sabine Lake: 6 fishing charters available

Bigguns Guide Service
Bigguns Guide Service
 State licensed

Bridge City • 22 ft • 3 persons

BiGGuns Guide Service invites to explore the waters of Bridge City, Beaumont, and Port Arthur, Texas.

"Pat took fine care of us older gents on a cool and windy day." —⁠ Ed,
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trips fromUS $450
Captain Dale's Guide Service
Captain Dale's Guide Service
 State licensed

Port Arthur • 20 ft • 2 persons

Captain Dale's Guide Service is located in Beaumont and offers to show you a memorable time in these waters.

"Captain Dale did a great job putting us on some fish! The conditions weren’t the greatest as there had just been a big rain a few days prior but even with the water all murky he still put me on a 36 inch red that really made the day worth it." —⁠ Jonathon,
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trips fromUS $450
Sabine Outdoors
Sabine Outdoors
 State licensed

Port Arthur • 25 ft • 6 persons

There’s a lot you can do in Texas, but fishing is definitely in the top 3, and no one knows it better than Captain Chris Phillips of Sabine Outdoors!

"I reached out to Captain Chris before booking, shared I wasn’t locked in on a day, just wanted to catch fish." —⁠ Marshall,
trips fromUS $450
Keystone Outdoors
Keystone Outdoors
 State licensed

Port Arthur • 23 ft • 4 persons

Keystone Outdoors has a trip with your name on it along the stunning waters of Port Arthur.
trips fromUS $475
Neches Sabine Guide Services
Neches Sabine Guide Services

Cameron • 26 ft • 5 persons

Explore the waters of Sabine Lake with Neches Sabine Guide Services!

"I booked a half day trip with two kids age 10 and 12. Captain Adam took us out to Keith Lake." —⁠ Nathan, Texas
trips fromUS $500
Captain Steve Force
Captain Steve Force

Bridge City • 26 ft • 3 persons

Captain Steve Force is located in Bridge City and offers to show you a memorable time in these waters.

"I’ve been on over 30 guided fishing trips this man put all three of us on more fish than Ive ever been put on he knows what he’s doing great personality if you wanna have fun and enjoy your whole trip he’s your guy!" —⁠ Ryan,
trips fromUS $600
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Frequently Asked Questions about Fishing Charters in Sabine Lake

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Fishing in Sabine Lake

Located on the border between two states, a Sabine Lake fishing adventure offers up a different experience depending on which side you choose to explore. If you’re after a peaceful day on the water and multiple hookups, head to the Louisiana side. For bigger fish and an urban, industrial environment, you’ll want to be in Texas.

Despite its misleading name, Sabine Lake is actually a saltwater estuary. As a result, it’s a great place to hook the area’s famous “Big Three.” We’re talking about some of the most striking Redfish, Speckled Trout, and Flounder around, of course!

Alongside these worthy contenders, you’ll also get your hands on Sheepshead and Black Drum. Heading to the Sabine Pass, where the waters flow into the Gulf of Mexico, can get you on some bigger fish too, like Tripletail, Cobia, and Spanish Mackerel.

It’s true that nothing beats a full day on the waters of Sabine Lake. You’ll have ample time to change spots or chase a specific trophy. That said, if you’ve only got half a day to spare, don’t despair! The Big Three could still be on the cards and you’re guaranteed to go home with a few fish in the cooler.

Sabine Lake spans over 90,000 acres, meaning there are many departure points. In Texas, some of the most notable are found in and around Port Arthur. The Louisiana side of the lake is far less developed but there are a few places to launch from along the Sabine Pass. 

Rules & Regulations

You’ll need to purchase valid fishing licenses, regardless of whether you're fishing in Texas or Louisiana. Once you’re out on the water, there’s no need to worry about borders – the two states have an agreement where you can fish the Texas side with a Louisiana license and vice versa. However, the states have differing catch limits that apply regardless of the fishing license you have.

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Sabine Lake Fishing Seasons

January
Louisiana’s side of the lake works better in winter, especially if you’re targeting Speckled Trout. Catching them with shells works great.
 
February
Winter is a good time to target Black Drum and Redfish. The Reds get spooked easily, so make sure you approach them slowly, without making noise.
 
March
Black Drum is a great target for lake trips. If you want to go out to the Gulf, use this chance to target Spanish Mackerel.
 
April
The fish still aren’t that aggressive, so using light tackle is recommended. This will allow you to feel the strikes and react on time.
 
May
With higher temperatures, fish get far more active. You’ll have great catch opportunities whether you stay in the lake or go to the Gulf.
 
June
This month offers great fishing opportunities for Cobia and Spanish Mackerel. If you’re targeting Reds and Trout, go after them with a smaller bait.
 
July
If you’re starting your trip from the Texan side of the lake, stay right there! Trout fishing is great on this side during summer because of the high-salinity waters. 
 
August
Catch some Tripletail, Cobia, or Mackerel. Even novices can head out to the Gulf, but start with a short lake trip if you want to be prepared.
 
September
Targeting Redfish on Lake Sabine is always a good choice but fall brings even better opportunities. Just look for topwater action and you’ll find them.
 
October
You’ll be hard-pressed to find a better time of the year to target Flounder on Sabine Lake. If you want to catch other fish as well, try Tripletail or Sheepshead.
 
November
Redfish and Flounder are in the lead when it comes to late fall fishing. Bring your family along and have a memorable day on the lake.
 
December
In winter, these fish are less active, so their bites won’t be aggressive. It’s still a good time to target the Big Three and end the year with a great fishing trip.
 

Sabine Lake Fishing Calendar

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What anglers said about fishing in Sabine Lake

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Top Types of Fishing in Sabine Lake

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Top Fishing Techniques in Sabine Lake

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Top Targeted Species in Sabine Lake

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