Proudly serving the communities of Ingleside,
Port Aransas, Aransas Pass, Rockport, Portland & Corpus Christ, Texas
Saltwater Fishing has always been my
passion. I have been fishing the Texas Coastal Bend since I was 11
years old, just big enough to rope-start a 20 hp motor. I carried my
catch to the house in a "Red Flyer" wagon, often selling it on the
way home to help pay the bills. When I got older, I commercial
fished many years with my father. San Antonio Bay, Copano Bay,
Aransas Bay, Redfish Bay, Corpus Christi Bay, and Nueces
Bay became my backyard playground, and Redfish, Speckled Trout,
Black Drum, Flounder and Sheepshead became my friends. In 1989 I
earned my US Coastguard License, got my Guide License with Texas
Parks and Wildlife, and over the years have become a top notch South
Texas Fishing Guide. Unlike most guides, I fish full time and year
round. I have lived in Aransas Pass nearly all my life, and fish the
bays and flats
of Port Aransas, Rockport, Ingleside, Aransas Pass and Corpus
Christi. Last year I met the love of my life - a brand new 24.2 ft
Tran Cat with a 250 E-Tec! It allows me to fish all those shallow
places where most boats don't dare go. She goes with me everywhere I
go and is the only one on earth that knows all my secret fishing
holes. As you can see...
I love to
USCG Licensed Captain
Charlie's Current Fishing Report: September 16, 2015
Fall is finally here. The bays have
calmed down and it's not so hot. We're catching lots of good sized
redfish. Black drum are starting to show and should be plentiful
this year. October is filling up fast, so the time to book those
fall and winter trips is now!
Tight lines, everyone!!!
If we can't take you on the day you want to go,
then I will personally book a good guide to take care of you, so
give me a call!!!
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Tight Lines Everyone!!!
Captain Charlie and To The Limit
Choosing Your Fishing Guide
Choosing a fishing guide
can be a very bewildering experience. There are lots of guides out
there. Some are very good at
what they do, but many have
little or no experience fishing this area. As the saying goes; "You
get what you pay for." My advice when looking at websites is look at
the pictures! Are there good trout, redfish and drum stringers? Do
they fish a variety of bays? How long have they been fishing in THIS
area? I have seen lots of guides come and go trying to make a living
fishing. Anyone can catch fish when the fishing is good. I take a
lot of pride in that I very seldom miss putting my clients on a
decent stringer of fish.
What I Provide
Live Bait, Dead Bait,
Castaway Rods and Shimano Reels
(baitcasters & spinning reels)
Large coolers with ice
Fillet and Package Fish for the Trip Home
What You Supply
with Saltwater Stamp
Sunblock, Hats, Camera, Sunglasses
Snacks, Drinks & Alcohol is Allowed
Appropriate Dress for Weather - Bring a
Jacket - It's Always Cooler on the Water!
CHILDREN ALWAYS WELCOME!
Corporate and Employee Outings
Professional Tournament Fishing Beginner to Experience
Thank You For Your
Visit and Hope to Hear From YOU Soon!