October 17-19 in Port O’Connor, TX. The Come and Take It (CATI) charity fishing tournament was launched in 2010 to support the United Way of Greater Houston and the 6 surrounding counties. This event is a fun filled tournament focused on camaraderie, fishing, and support of a worthwhile philanthropic cause.Read More
Honda Marine Announces New Agreement with SanJuanYachts Company to be Exclusive OEM Outboard Supplier
Founded in 1998, SanJuanYachts is a luxury yacht company that embraces the simple vision of redefining the motor yacht, priding itself on singular customer focus in the crafting and high-performance engineering of 30-48-foot vessels.Read More
Marbled skies of fall color hold waves of waterfowl, and hover over some of the best bay fishing in the world. Here in Texas we are blessed to enjoy the harvest basket of winter sports. Combining fins and feathers brings days of duck hunting and fishing together. This winter come experience hunting and fishing the right way; cast and blast Texas style!
By Capt. Joey FarahRead More
By Kelly Groce
On Saturday, Aug. 17th anglers fished the Galveston Bay Complex for the 12th Annual Cougar Saltwater Open presented by the University of Houston’s Jack J. Valenti School of Communications Alumni.Read More
There are plenty of boat yards along the coast, and certainly in the Clear Lake Area, home to marinas and great sailing areas, but any of them offering full service seems like a thing of the past. South Texas Yacht Service is one of few places that still does just that.
By Xander ThomasRead More
With each passing cool front, speckled trout, redfish and flounder will seek the shorelines and move towards the northern reaches of the bay.
By Capt. David DillmanRead More
The 1st Annual Swordfish Cup, a single-species tournament with a 24-hour global format, was held July 27-28, 2019, with 23 boats in the initial fleet. Paco Vela and his crew aboard Dulce Coco, a Hatteras based in the Dominican Republic, were declared the winners with a 381-pound broadbill. The Swordfish Cup was presented by Fly Zone Fishing and RJ Boyle Studio. Updates were broadcast on FaceBook every two hours during the 24-hour tournament.Read More
In another close finish, Relentless Pursuit, a 95 Jim Smith based in Venice, Louisiana, was named the 2019 Gulf Coast Triple Crown Champion. This season marks the second time the boat has earned top honors, following a 2015 championship run. Relentless Pursuit is owned by Dennis Pastentine, with Capt. Robbie Doggett the boat’s long-time skipper. In addition to bragging rights for another season, the team takes home a custom Frank Ledbetter metal marlin sculpture and $31,625 in cash including optional entry categories.Read More
Galveston Island native and entrepreneur, Mark Dell’Osso, whose love for craft beer and the Texas coast drove him to start Galveston Island Brewing 5 years ago....Read More