Kayak Fishing in Aransas Pass

  • July 16, 2022
  • Aransas Pass, TX


  • *does not include room and meals

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Kayak Fishing in Aransas Pass

Saturday, July 16, 2022

Guide: Fil Spenser
Fil is an awesome guide who works hard to get you on fish.

Inshore fishing artificial lures in the Lighthouse Lakes or the islands/flats behind Brown Root for trout, flounder, and redfish.

If you don’t have a kayak, no problem! Use of one of Fil’s is included in the price along with gear and lures. You are welcome to bring your own.

Cost per angler is $150 (plus room and meals). 

This trip is limited to 10 anglers.

Additional Details from Richard Hallum - AWWC Chief Warden - Fishing

Once I know how many people are going, I will find lodging for everyone at a local motel.  When I’ve done this in the past, typically you are looking at a room range of $75 - $150 per night.  If you put two to a room, that cuts the cost in half. 

The idea would be to drive down on Friday (during the day or evening, depending upon your schedule), meet up with everyone for a dinner that evening, and get ready for fishing the following morning.  On Saturday morning we fish with Fil. Saturday afternoon, come off the water and:

    1)      Head home.
    2)      Go have lunch and then head home.
    3)      Go have lunch, stay to fish the afternoon/evening on our own, and go home the following morning (either when we get up or after going fishing on Sunday).

    If you decide you’d like to stick around and extend your trip (option 3), you’ll need to bring your own gear and kayak.  And let me know ahead of time so I can arrange a room for you.  If you don’t have a kayak, and you wish to extend, there are places down there to rent a kayak for a small fee.  But again, you need to bring your own gear. 

    Please do not let the idea of paddling a kayak scare you off from this trip.  These are “sit on top” kayaks, not “sit in” kayaks.  So, it’s like sitting in a really shallow canoe.  However, unlike a canoe with a rounded bottom that tip over easily, these kayaks are designed for stability with more of a catamaran shaped hull to put the buoyancy on the sides of the kayak.   And even if you did turn one over, the depth of the water we are fishing is only a few feet. 

    Additionally, we are not talking about paddling hours to get to the fishing waters.  We are talking about minutes. 

    If you have any questions about this trip, please contact me at 512-695-2372.

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