Port O'Connor Fishing Guides

A good catch (the fish!)  with Rip Tide  Charters Port O'Connor, Texas is the "Best Kept Secret for fishing on the Texas Gulf Coast" and here are some of the best Port O'Connor Fishing Guides.A sample catch with Rip Tide Charters Port O'Conner is a real jewel between Galveston and Corpus Christi sporting the finest sportfishing, birding and gulf fun and activities.

Port O'Connor has as many varieties of fishing opportunities as you will find anywhere. Its close proximity to the Gulf provides excellent fishing for red snapper, king, ling and jack fish, plus deep water fishing for sailfish, marlin, tuna, dolphin and wahoo. And these Port O'Connor fishing guides can help you catch any of those fish for a great fish fry!

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.

Port O'Conner Fishing Guides

First Cast Fishing Guide


First Cast Guide Service provides fishing guide services out of Port O'Connor and Seadrift Texas. He'll take you fishing off the jetties in Port O'Connor or in Matagorda Bay. You'll get to fish the bays and back lakes for reds, trout, and flounder. You can wade are drift fish with artificial or live bait and he can accommodate all of your fishing needs whether family, friends,or large groups.



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