Located on the beautiful Gulf of Mexico, Galveston Texas is home to some of the best deep sea fishing on the planet. Originally on the frontier of the republic of Mexico, it is now how to some of the best beaches, and best fishing anywhere in the world. Rich in history, and big game fish, deep sea fishing in Galveston makes for an experience that no fisherman will soon forget. There are a variety of excursions to choose from, so there is something here for everyone’s dreams and budgets. Be aware that this isn’t for the faint of heart, though. You can encounter everything from Sharks to big Tuna’s out here, and they are known to get aggressive. So if you are an avid fisherman that wants to go on an adventure, this is the place to go.

With close to 50,000 people, located on the heart of the coastline, and situated on the island bearing the same name, Galveston is merely 45 miles southeast of Houston. Surrounded by pristine waters in the form of the Gulf of Mexico, West Bay, and Galveston Bay, it offers vacationers numerous options for fishing and sport, plus food, lodging and nightlife once they are done wrestling with the catch for the day. The mix of water teeming with game, ample opportunities for entertainment, quality food, and rich history make Galveston, Texas deep sea fishing an experience that you’ll never forget.

Out to sea

Anglers fishing a few miles offshore can catch Black Tip Shark, and Tarpon midsummer through the fall. Fishing 25 to 40 miles offshore, anglers can catch Kingfish, Snapper, and Shark and can enjoy a good fight with a Cobia (Ling). From 40 to 80 miles out, battle the fighting Amber Jack, Grouper, Kingfish, Red Snapper, Cobia, Dorado, Sailfish, Tuna and Wahoo as well as Bull, Sand, Hammerhead and Tiger sharks.