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.
Port O’Conner Rods Boat House Bait Clark's Bait House & Marina Froggie's Bait Dock Marty's Landing The Fishing Center
Bill Cannan Bay shore Sport fishing MS Guide Service Back Bay Guide Service Bay Flats Waterfowl & Guide Service Captain Tom Horbey Coastal Safari's Guide Service Coastal Water Adventures Deep Blue Charters Double H Guide Service Fishin' Tales Guide Service Kelly Parks Guide Service Marty's Landing Ron Elkins Guide Service Rusty's Charters
Dolphin Point Marina Lafitte's Landing The Fishing Center Bay Flats Lodge Poco Loco Lodge 10th Street Lodge Lodge of Port O'Connor Lone Star Lodge Port Pappy Clark's Bait House & Marina