Summer is field season for Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary. Typically, the Gulf of Mexico is warmer, seas are calmer, and underwater visibility is at it’s best this time of year.
But, this has not been a typical summer. Challenging sea conditions have caused us to reschedule or cancel several research cruises and have limited work efforts on others. While this isn’t entirely unusual, it is frustrating.Read More
Bad Intentions, a tournament winning 64’ Viking sportfishing yacht, is now available for charter. Galveston offshore fishing for billfish, dorado, wahoo and tuna at its finest.Read More
Hey Oyster Lovers! Show your support for Galveston Bay Oystermen and Fishermen by showing up in court on Monday Sept. 26th.
56th Distinct CourtRead More
Judge Lonnie Cox
SEPTEMBER 26, 2016
Galveston County, Texas
By Cody Phillips of Galveston Kayak Charters
During the middle of summer, it’s hard to get your fix AKA time on the water. That’s why this time of year until the first signs of fall, I am on the water by 3 a.m. With temps hovering around a hundred by midday water temps are well into the nineties. This makes me focus my fishing in or around marsh. This time of year I make sure there is plenty of foliage to keep the water cool into the mid day hours. Using this strategy has kept my clients and I on solid redfish during this heat wave.Read More