We survived our winter, or should I say lack of winter. We actually fished all winter long with very few really cold days, but the fish didn’t seem to mind. With April just a few days away, we are gearing up for the Spring transition of bait and game fish. As the temperatures rise, the fishing will continue to get better and better. The tides will be determining where and what we are fishing for.
In the past couple weeks I have had some great clients including many junior anglers that I had the opportunity to introduce to fishing. As a father it is pure joy when I get the chance to teach other children how to fish and see the smile on their face when the rod bends over for the first time. Even better is when I get a family and there is a little bit of a competition on my boat to see who can catch the biggest fish. What a hoot!
All my charters are kid friendly for all ages and it is my absolutely priority to provide a safe and fun fishing trip no matter what the level of experience is. Life jackets are available and I always make sure the deck is clean and free of any gear. I am extremely patient and not your typical ‘grumpy’ captain. I am very passionate about fishing everyday and meeting new clients.
If you are looking to catch redfish or trout, now is your time to start booking. The redfish are in my secret spots and the trout are spread out. I recommend you book a full day so that we can try different areas and methods if you have the time.
That’s the report from Galveston Bay for now. If you would like to book a trip, please call or shoot me an email. I’m on the water daily, but I’ll return your call very fast if I happen to be hooked up to a fish and miss it.