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There is amazing fishing in Aransas Pass, from shallow water fishing to deep sea fishing. Boat Launches are available at Conn Brown Harbor Point Park. Fisherman will find some of the best flats fishing in the Texas Coast. There are miles of shorelines with free fishing piers to choose from for that relaxing day on the coastline. Port Aransas is the top pick for fishing tours from flats to bay fishing.
Aransas Pass is known at “Saltwater Heaven” by local fisherman. Anglers from beginners to experts come to fish in this little paradise, which offers a wide variety of fishing opportunities for both fresh water and saltwater fishing.
Corpus Christi, Texas
The Coastal Bend of Texas mostly is known for its acres of shallow bays, all of them isolated from the Gulf of Mexico by a series of narrow barrier islands. The region supports four separate bay systems: The San Antonio Bay system, the Aransas Bay system, the Corpus Christi Bay system and the Upper Laguna Madre. Each has unique qualities, but all of these bays are prolific fisheries.
The most popular sport fishes include speckled trout, Redfish, black drum, flounder and sheepshead. Secondary species include gaff top catfish, croaker, whiting, pompano and a list of other non-game species available to anglers who use artificial and natural baits. Corpus Christi's many top-notch fishing guides can help you find and identify any type of catch you're looking for.
Port Aransas is known to casual and serious anglers as the "Fishing Capital of Texas." Port A has a vast array of offshore and coastal fishing areas. Private boats can be launched at several public marinas. Taking part in a off-shore deep sea fishing trip, for kingfish, sailfish, marlin, tuna and more gives every Texas Angler just the catch they are looking for.
Port Aransas has four public fishing piers, and 24 hour fishing at the south jetty. Bay fishing is also excellent in the coves around Mustang Island, where a fisherman can catch Redfish, flounder, black drum and trout.
Tournament fishing is a huge in Port A. More than 20 fishing tournaments in the summer, you can accommodate your entire family with fishing and site seeing in Port Aransas. If you choose to participate or just watch the fun and enjoy the party, all will have a exciting time in Port Aransas, Texas.
Fishing, Boating, Lodging and Tournaments
Rockport is surrounded on three sides by water in the Aransas, Copano and Port bays, a wide range of outdoor activities is what draws tourists and local citizens to Rockport. The charming fishing village of Rockport has been a favorite getaway coastal Texans since the 1800s.
Rockport is located along the Texas Tropical Trail and is a worthy stop along the Great Texas Coastal Birding Trail.
Other points of interest such as the Texas Maritime Museum, Fulton Mansion, Rockport Center for the Arts, Connie Hagar Wildlife Sanctuary and the TX Dot demonstration gardens and wetlands ponds attract tourists and "Winter Texans" to Rockport, Texas.
Port O'Connor, Texas
The Port O’Connor water system has the best natural harbor passes or waterways in the Gulf of Mexico, located on the Texas Coastline. These include the famous passage of Cavallo and the Matagorda Jetties Ship Channel (Big Jetties). Pass Cavallo is the only natural deep-water crossing the Texas Gulf Coast.
Offshore platforms only five miles from Port O'Connor piers are excellent places to fish for kings, ling, snapper and dolphin.
In addition, the bay and the Gulf regions, local area network includes undeveloped estuaries: Powder Horn Lake, Coloma Creek, Pringle Lake and Lake Conti. Pringle and Conti offer shallow-water wade fishing on average, with a foot and a half to three feet of water. Along the beautiful beaches, virgin near Port O'Connor, fishermen find good places for surfing and wade fishing.