Frequently Asked Questions
Answers to Common Questions
Is there a bathroom?
Yes, there is a small toilet in the center console.
Is there air conditioning?
No, but there is almost always a nice breeze blowing across the cool water.
What are the accepted forms of payment?
Cash or card is the preferred method of payment, however we do accept Paypal, Venmo, Zelle or Cash App (NO CHECKS). Remaining balance can be paid the morning of trip before departure. Trip must be paid in full before leaving the dock
What is your return policy?
All trips must be paid in full before we leave the dock. A 20% down payment will be required at the time of booking. If the customer calls the trip off there will not be a refund. If the trip is canceled by the captain a full refund will be issued.
What to bring?
Food, drinks (no glass), sunscreen, valid Texas fishing license, sunglasses, valid for of payment, comfortable shoes ( without black soles), hat, and seasickness medication (recommended to start dosage before departure).
A fish cleaning service is offered at the dock for a small fee. Bring a cooler to transport your catch home in.
What will we catch?
The answer to this question can change daily. It is recommended to call and ask what is being caught right now on the length of trip you are booking. The captain will know what is in season and what is biting at this time of year. If you want to target a specific species please let the captain know when you call to book a trip. It is recommended to fish for what is biting, don't expect to catch a Blue Marlin on a 6 hr trip.
What weather would warrant a cancellation?
We typical cancel trips if the forecast calls for seas over 6 ft. At that point it’s not enjoyable or safe to be offshore.
What time of year is best for fishing?
This is a difficult question to answer because there is always something to fish for. But summer months of June July August and September typically have less winds are the most favorable for getting out on the water.
How much should I tip the mate?
Just like waiters or bartenders the mate makes the majority of there income from tips. Typically a 10-15% is recommended