Texas Fly Fishing Charters

Texas Fly Fishing Charters

Best Fly Fishing Charters in Texas

Fly Fishing in Texas

If you’re looking for a fly fishing adventure like no other, the Lone Star State is a great place to start. From the long coastal bend and its inshore waters, up through the famous Texas Hill Country, all the way to Lake Texoma, there’s plenty on offer. And thankfully, there are a number of Texas fly fishing guides to show you around.
 
If saltwater fly casting sounds like your thing, you’ll love what the Gulf coast has in store. Redfish, Black Drum, and Speckled Trout are favorites in spring and fall, but there’s even more. Jack Crevalle, Flounder, Sheepshead, and even Tarpon come in at different times of the year and all are possible to catch on the fly.
 
When it comes to freshwater fishing, Texas has you covered, too. Hit the remote streams and get your hand on Rainbow, Brown, and Brook Trout – a fly angler’s dream. But that’s not where it ends. Largemouth, Smallmouth, White, and Hybrid Striped Bass are all available, along with the elusive Guadalupe Bass and monster Striped Bass, depending on where you go. 
 
Get in touch with your Texas fly fishing guide and arrange the perfect trip for you. Bring the family along for a half day trip on the water or next to a calm lake. Or head out alone with an experienced pro and spend endless hours exploring the wilderness. Popular starting points include the Laguna Madre and the Corpus Christi and Rockport areas for saltwater. Meanwhile, anywhere from San Antonio to Lake Texoma offer prime freshwater fishing.
 
Texas
Excellent
4.5 / 5
Based on 27,716 reviews by FishingBooker anglers

What anglers said about Fly Fishing in Texas

It's a fishing trip. Think of what you would need if you were going out on a boat for hours of FISHING. Your guide's not there to feed you, take you to shore to the restroom. He's there to put you on fish. Boat shoes are a must to keep your feet comfortable. A swimsuit with light, long sleeves, hooded fishing shirt is recommended. It gets hot and humid here.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
It's a fishing trip. Think of what you would need if you were going out on a boat for hours of FISHING. Your guide's not there to feed you, take you to shore to the restroom. He's there to put you on fish. Boat shoes are a must to keep your feet comfortable. A swimsuit with light, long sleeves, hooded fishing shirt is recommended. It gets hot and humid here.
Mark  Y.
Mark Y. LaRue, Texas
Weekdays has less boat traffic than weekends. Sep tends to still be hot--take plenty of sunscreen and stay hydrated.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Weekdays has less boat traffic than weekends. Sep tends to still be hot--take plenty of sunscreen and stay hydrated.
Christopher  B.
Christopher B. San Antonio, TX
We would highly recommend it. Everyone was so nice to us newbies. My husband & brother had a great birthday. We had the BEST guide too. Captain Alex was wonderful.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
We would highly recommend it. Everyone was so nice to us newbies. My husband & brother had a great birthday. We had the BEST guide too. Captain Alex was wonderful.
Lisa  W.
Lisa W. North Zulch, TX
Take the time to book a trip with Captain Dylan. He was very professional and knowledgeable on fishing for stripers.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Take the time to book a trip with Captain Dylan. He was very professional and knowledgeable on fishing for stripers.
Monty  E.
Monty E. Dallas, Texas
September is a tough month for fishing. Defiantly the dog days of summer but a tough day of fishing still beats working!
Excellent
5.0 / 5
September is a tough month for fishing. Defiantly the dog days of summer but a tough day of fishing still beats working!
Josh  M.
Josh M. Montgomery, TX
Book a private charter. A tad more expensive but way worth the experience. What a blast during the fall season.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Book a private charter. A tad more expensive but way worth the experience. What a blast during the fall season.
Luke  K.
Luke K. Hutto, TX
Be aware that this is a fishing town. Not much else to do and restaurants are limited.
Excellent
4.7 / 5
Be aware that this is a fishing town. Not much else to do and restaurants are limited.
Nathan  M.
Nathan M. Aledo, TX
Depending on time of year, lots of water. However, our captain made up for our deficiency.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Depending on time of year, lots of water. However, our captain made up for our deficiency.
Stephanie  P.
Stephanie P. Helotes, TX
Would have been nice to keep the AJ and Red Snapper if they were in season but overall great trip!
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Would have been nice to keep the AJ and Red Snapper if they were in season but overall great trip!
Wisam  N.
Wisam N. Houston, Texas
It was my first time on a guided fishing trip and I think it went really well
Excellent
5.0 / 5
It was my first time on a guided fishing trip and I think it went really well
Daniel  P.
Daniel P. Tyler, TX
Weather was a bit hot this time of year, but our guide was able to put us on fish.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Weather was a bit hot this time of year, but our guide was able to put us on fish.
Edward  B.
Edward B. Austin, Texas
Hire an expert guide like Captain Hector Lopez and tell him what kind of fish you want to catch. He knows the different locations that hold different species.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Hire an expert guide like Captain Hector Lopez and tell him what kind of fish you want to catch. He knows the different locations that hold different species.
Rod  P.
Rod P. FAIR OAKS, TX
Emory is a very nice town. Good food and a short drive to a few wineries. It offers something for everyone.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Emory is a very nice town. Good food and a short drive to a few wineries. It offers something for everyone.
Jody  M.
Jody M. Keller, TX
This was super easy in and out and didn't have to ride in the boat for half hour to start fishing and to get to multiple spots. Liked all of that. What surprised me was how far down to Corpus from Rockport it was. Question your guide ahead about what he goes after and is he flexible and what is biting lately. Always good to have proper expectations. Aransas Pass not the most scenic with a good bit of refinery shoreline but hey, good fishing
Excellent
4.3 / 5
This was super easy in and out and didn't have to ride in the boat for half hour to start fishing and to get to multiple spots. Liked all of that. What surprised me was how far down to Corpus from Rockport it was. Question your guide ahead about what he goes after and is he flexible and what is biting lately. Always good to have proper expectations. Aransas Pass not the most scenic with a good bit of refinery shoreline but hey, good fishing
Jon  M.
Jon M. Klein, TX
Trout were slow because of the Texas heat but overall a great time, even in the dead of summer.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Trout were slow because of the Texas heat but overall a great time, even in the dead of summer.
Michael  G.
Michael G. San Antonio, TX
Bring lots of sunscreen and lots to drink. Be ready for the fish to turn on at a moments notice!!
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Bring lots of sunscreen and lots to drink. Be ready for the fish to turn on at a moments notice!!
Sean  O.
Sean O. Copperas Cove, Texas
If you think you might get seasick, take your motion sickness medication at least 30 minutes before boarding. My (adult) son found this out the hard way.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
If you think you might get seasick, take your motion sickness medication at least 30 minutes before boarding. My (adult) son found this out the hard way.
Angie  B.
Angie B.
I highly recommend coming here around this time of year. You always here “ we went out but didn’t catch anything”. Well that wasn’t the case here. We caught fish the entire time we were here and got to take back enough food for a large fish fry. We will definitely be back.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
I highly recommend coming here around this time of year. You always here “ we went out but didn’t catch anything”. Well that wasn’t the case here. We caught fish the entire time we were here and got to take back enough food for a large fish fry. We will definitely be back.
Joseph  M.
Joseph M. Rhome, TX
Ask questions about the charter, such as do you fish or the captian. The charter I was on the crew cast the poles, set the hook and you just realed the fish in. Not what a seasoned fisherman really wants.
Very good
4.0 / 5
Ask questions about the charter, such as do you fish or the captian. The charter I was on the crew cast the poles, set the hook and you just realed the fish in. Not what a seasoned fisherman really wants.
Kevin  B.
Kevin B. Springtown, TX
Wait until the weather gets colder than now but anyways Cap Epi will fight to find those fish ?
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Wait until the weather gets colder than now but anyways Cap Epi will fight to find those fish ?
Ricardo  B.
Ricardo B. Katy, TX

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