Fishing Rates for Full day Trips
(sun-up till 2pm)
$500 for 3 anglers
$50 for each additional angler
Rods and reels
Wading belts, stringers and pliers
Fish cleaned and packaged
*Live bait available upon request at the customer’s expense.
Things you need to bring:
Valid fishing license with saltwater stamp
Food and drinks for the day of fishing (cooler and ice will be provided on the boat)
Wear appropriate clothing and a hat.
Bring a cooler to take your fish home in.
Wading boots or shoes if you prefer to wade fish
Waders if you prefer to wear them while wading.
Duck Hunting Rates
All migratory game bird hunters must have a valid hunting license. Non-residents under 17 years of age are designated as residents and may hunt with a resident license. Hunters 17 years of age or older must have a driver’s license or personal identification certificate (issued by the Department of Public Safety) on their person while hunting. Non-residents must have similar documents issued by the agency in the state or country of which the person is a resident that is authorized to issue driver’s licenses or personal identification certificates.
Stamp Endorsement Requirements:
A person 17 years of age or older must possess a migratory game bird stamp endorsement receipt to hunt any migratory game bird in this state. Federal law also requires waterfowl hunters 16 years of age and over to have a Federal Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamp (commonly called a Duck Stamp; available at most post offices and TPWD offices).
What the Captain supplies:
- Transportation to and from blinds
- Duck Decoys
- Cleaning and packaging of ducks
- Dog for retrieving
What you will need to bring:
- Drinks and snacks
- Hat sunglasses and sunscreen
- Weather appropriate camo clothing
- Shotgun and Steel Shot Shells
- Current TPWD hunting license ad Duck stamps
- Ice chest to take your ducks home