Texas Gulf Coast Fishing Guides and Fishing Charters

Texas has over 400 miles of shoreline along the Gulf of Mexico which is excellent for catching a wide variety of fish species. Here is our list of Gulf Coast fishing guides and charters by area. These guys will taking you to fish the bays, the flats, or deep sea fishing.

Texas Gulf Coast Fishing Guides

Corpus Christi is a fishing paradise and offers anglers everything from flounder to sharks and flats to surf. Anglers flock to the bayfront ready to test their skills
Galveston Island and the Galveston Bay offer fishermen the chance to experience some of the finest fishing in the world. Inshore or bay fishing is great year-round for Trout, Redfish and Flounder.
Port Aransas is known as the "fishing capital of Texas" offering challenges and a string of rewards for everyone who casts a line
Sailfish, Marlin, Tarpon, Ling, Mackerel and Snapper. Port Mansfield can help make your fishing dreams come true. Port Mansfield is described as “one of the 10 best fishing areas in the country.”
Favorite fishing spots include Matagorda Bay, Espiritu Santu Bay and San Antonio Bay. These pristine waterways are full of redfish, shark, flounder, pompano, gafftop, whiting, croaker, sheephead, drum, jack crevalle and Spanish mackerel. Most impressive is the "silver king" of inshore game fish, the tarpon
One of the best fishing bays for wade or drift fishing in Texas. And it's loaded with everything from redfish to Spanish mackerel
Excellent fishing in and around Rockport and Fulton - Aransas Bay, Capono Bay, and Corpus Christi Bay
South Padre Island and the Laguna Madre Bay are perfect for fishing and you have plenty of choices for private fishing guides, deep sea charters, or tourist fishing boats



Deep Sea Headquarters Fishing  Guides - Pelican

Gulf Coast Salt Water Fishing Resources

Gulf Coast Marinas - if you're looking for a marina along the Gulf Coast, here is a comprehensive list
Port Aransas or Corpus Christi - if you are heading to Port A or Corpus for some fishing, here is some information on where to stay, eat, and party
Texas Parks & Wildlife - information on harvest regulations

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