Port Aransas Hochseeangeln Angebote

Port Aransas Hochseeangeln Angebote

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Southwest Sportfishing

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Finaddict Fishing Charters

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Blue Water Excursions Deep Sea

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PortAransas Sportfishing – 38’ Betram

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Fly Fishing – Port Aransas, Texas

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Port Aransas Guide Service

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HB Charters LLC

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Texas Crew’d Sport Fishing

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Hochseeangeln in Port Aransas

Offshore fishing from Port Aransas is extremely rewarding, thanks to the great diversity of species that live in the Gulf of Mexico. Feeling the wind on your face as the sea spray cools you off under a hot sun is fantastic, even better when you’re hauling a massive Yellowfin Tuna that you’ve just wrestled out of the water. There isn’t much that can compare to a good fight in offshore waters, where the fish don’t pull their punches. Luckily, the captains down at Port Aransas know all the tricks you might need to reel in a keeper!

 

Where to fish

As you leave the port, you can go after offshore fish practically on your doorstep, roughly 10 miles off the coast. Amberjacks, Groupers, and Snappers frequent reefs and wrecks that dot the coastline, with the bigger specimens residing in deeper water. These fish offer a proper fight (the Amberjack isn’t known as the “donkey of the sea” for no reason!) and a tasty treat as well. Bottom fishing and drift fishing are the way to go for these species.

As you head further offshore, you’ll keep your rod in the rod holder more often than not – trolling is prevalent in deeper waters. You can start trolling for King Mackerel first, roughly after crossing 5-10 miles. As you head further into the sea, the fish get bigger - after some 15 miles you’ll likely start to see Mahi Mahi – tasty and gorgeous fish. After about 50 miles you can start dragging the trolling lines while targeting Yellowfin and Blackfin Tuna.

For the biggest fish and the hardest battles, you’ll have to go out further than 100 miles off the coast. The sea floor gets progressively deeper (around 2,000 feet), with the continental shelf edge being around 170 miles from Port Aransas. Over here you’ll be going after monster Marlin, huge Tuna, voracious Sharks, and a Sailfish or two. You can still get your fill of Snappers, Groupers, and bait fish this far out, the oil rigs that are spread across the sea offer great fishing grounds for them.

 

How to fish

Trolling is one of the most effective methods for catching pelagic predators: Wahoo, Tuna, and Marlin love to chase their prey. A wide range of plugs, lures, and bait are available – each captain has his own preference and no species goes for “just one” solution.

Bottom fishing works great for Amberjacks, Red Snappers, or Groupers. There’s a number of wrecks strewn across the waters you can hit up on your way to the “big boys” fishing grounds. The coastal bottom-feeding fish can be found at depths between 50 and 100 feet. You can do deep-sea bottom fishing without electric reels, since the oil rigs provide great waters for bottom-feeders to thrive in.

 

What to bring

Don’t forget tough lines! An 80-100 lb test line is required to reel in  big Marlin or Amberjack – known to give you a proper fight. Blue Runners are a favorite food of Amberjacks, so remember to keep a few around if you’re going after the “reef donkey”.

Wire leaders and braided lines are a must for offshore fishing. Wreck-dwelling species are partial to dragging your line under sharp edges, while speedy pelagics have an impressive set of chompers on them. Losing a fish to equipment failure is not enjoyable at all and investing some time in preparing ahead of time is better than heartache.

Live bait is very popular with quite a few species that live offshore. For Wahoo trolling, bring deep diving plugs or rig some Ballyhoo or live Blue Runners and start trolling. Blue Runners and Bonito are great for attracting Yellowfin Tuna and Marlin.


When to go

Offshore fishing south of Port Aransas really picks up around spring and lasts through summer. As temperatures drop the fish migrate away, with the peak season lasting until November. Certain local regulations apply, as particular species in federal waters can’t be kept throughout the year – a notable example is the Red Snapper (not kept January 1st through May 31st). Check local regulations before booking a trip.
 

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March weather can be a bit on the crazy side in Texas be prepared for the conditions and be ready for some action
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March weather can be a bit on the crazy side in Texas be prepared for the conditions and be ready for some action
Mike  Y.
Mike Y. Creedmoor, TX
Select a guide to show you around and take you to the good fishing grounds. Lots of memories will be made when you or your loved ones hook up with a bid red. Enjoy!
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4.7 / 5
Select a guide to show you around and take you to the good fishing grounds. Lots of memories will be made when you or your loved ones hook up with a bid red. Enjoy!
PHILIP  H.
PHILIP H. Waco, TX
Just be patient that the captain being guide enjoy the nature of the beauty the fresh salt water air and the banter amongst your boat in the other fisherman which is very friendly.
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Just be patient that the captain being guide enjoy the nature of the beauty the fresh salt water air and the banter amongst your boat in the other fisherman which is very friendly.
Tracie  F.
Tracie F. United States
Targeting Vermillion Snapper was great this time of year. 4-5 foot swells can be tough to deal with for not regularly seafaring patrons but managing expectations can still bring a Great experience!
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Targeting Vermillion Snapper was great this time of year. 4-5 foot swells can be tough to deal with for not regularly seafaring patrons but managing expectations can still bring a Great experience!
Jeffrey  A.
Jeffrey A. Corpus Christi, TX
Port A, is probably one of the best fishing destinations in Texas. Just make sure you have a boat and the live bait. :)
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Port A, is probably one of the best fishing destinations in Texas. Just make sure you have a boat and the live bait. :)
Max  E.
Max E. San Antonio, TX
You should definitely book with Captain Randy Seidel a very good. Guide you want be disappointed.
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You should definitely book with Captain Randy Seidel a very good. Guide you want be disappointed.
Jerry  B.
Jerry B. Heber Springs, Arkansas
Go with a guide or at least a chartered boat, we have used Dolphin Dock in the past, they were really good and we used Southwest Sportfishing this year as our personal fishing guide this was an even greater experience that is very unique and awesome for building memories with family and/or friends.
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Go with a guide or at least a chartered boat, we have used Dolphin Dock in the past, they were really good and we used Southwest Sportfishing this year as our personal fishing guide this was an even greater experience that is very unique and awesome for building memories with family and/or friends.
Candon  B.
Candon B. Houston, TX
Don’t get drunk the night before. Get your room prior to arriving. Plan for the ferry. Get ready to enjoy beach life.
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Don’t get drunk the night before. Get your room prior to arriving. Plan for the ferry. Get ready to enjoy beach life.
Jason  T.
Jason T. Missouri City, Texas
Don't bring bananas on the boat... Lol And hope you get someone as dedicated as Captain Joshua to experience your first time..
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Don't bring bananas on the boat... Lol And hope you get someone as dedicated as Captain Joshua to experience your first time..
David  J.
David J. Odessa, TX
Take medicine for motion sickness the night before the trip. Be prepared to pay for cleaning your catch. Remember to tip the deck hand!
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Take medicine for motion sickness the night before the trip. Be prepared to pay for cleaning your catch. Remember to tip the deck hand!
Mark  H.
Mark H. Killeen, TX
Make sure you stay on top of the weather and forecast for the days you schedule your trip.
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Make sure you stay on top of the weather and forecast for the days you schedule your trip.
Oscar  E.
Oscar E. Houston, TX
Reserve early & stay on the island. If you stay at Aransas Pass, the ferry can be a hassle.
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Reserve early & stay on the island. If you stay at Aransas Pass, the ferry can be a hassle.
Gary  D.
Gary D. Dallas, Texas
Bay fishing was quick and easy without the dangers of offshore seasickness.
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Bay fishing was quick and easy without the dangers of offshore seasickness.
Joe  S.
Joe S. Austin, TX
Offshore not great yet, but bay action and mudflats are quite active, for redfish and black drum in particular.
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Offshore not great yet, but bay action and mudflats are quite active, for redfish and black drum in particular.
Arthur  G.
Arthur G. Portland, TX
We have fished here in February the last two years and have had good results.
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We have fished here in February the last two years and have had good results.
Bradley  K.
Bradley K. Round Rock, Texas
Fished many times with Captain Jay in the past looking forward to fishing on the new boat.
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Fished many times with Captain Jay in the past looking forward to fishing on the new boat.
Reuben  S.
Reuben S. San Antonio, Texas
go with experienced captain and book early both charter and hotel. excellent place to go.
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go with experienced captain and book early both charter and hotel. excellent place to go.
Gary  G.
Gary G. Paris, TX
We have been 3 years in a row at this time and had limited out every time.
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We have been 3 years in a row at this time and had limited out every time.
Brian  B.
Brian B. North Richland Hills, TX
Good fishing. Would like to have made our limit, but the reds caught were good size.
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4.7 / 5
Good fishing. Would like to have made our limit, but the reds caught were good size.
Carol  L.
Carol L. United States
Long sleeves, light pants, hat, gloves, face and neck guards. Even with full coverage, constant sunscreen application is a must! Plus lots of water.
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5.0 / 5
Long sleeves, light pants, hat, gloves, face and neck guards. Even with full coverage, constant sunscreen application is a must! Plus lots of water.
Luke  S.
Luke S. Rockport, TX

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