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WHAT WE FISH FOR:
Some of the fish we typically target are: Amberjack,
Cobia, Dorado, Drum, Flounder, Grouper, King Fish,
King Mackerel, Ling, Mahi Mahi, Snappers, Red Snapper, Red Fish, Shark and Trigger Fish.
TRIPS & DEPARTURE TIMES: We offer both full day (8 hr.) or half day (4 hr.) trips departing out of Bridge Harbor Yacht Club in Freeport, Texas. Departure times are: 8:00 AM for full day & 9:00 AM for half day and we will typically have you fishing within 30 to 45 minuets after leaving the dock. Once back at the marina, our deckhand will clean, fillet and bag your catch at no extra charge, however tipping is appreciated.
FISHING REGULATIONS AND FISHING LICENSES:
All participating anglers older than 17 years old are required to have a valid Texas Fishing License with a saltwater fishing stamp endorsement. Cost for a One Day/All Weather fishing license for Texas residents is $11.00. For non-residence anglers, the cost is $16.00.
A selection of full season licenses are also available at various prices. Fishing licenses can be purchased at some local bait shops and or sporting goods stores such as: Academy, Cute Rate Tackle, Gander Mt., Wal-Mart and or Oshman's, to name a few. To find a local location where you can purchase a license or to get one on line, please click on the Texas Parks and Wildlife logo above. To order by phone call TP&W at: 800-895-4248 or
Ultra Charters follows all applicable fishing regulations. For more information about state and or federal fishing regulations, including: bag and length limits, please click on the Texas Parks and Wildlife logo above.
Some Trip Preparation Tips
STUFF TO BRING: Bring a light lunch and or snacks along with beverages to keep you hydrated. As is the case with any out door activity, you may want to bring sunscreen and sunglasses. If motion sickness is a concern, we recommend that you bring an over the counter medication such as: Dramamine or Bonine.
Please do not wear shoes that will mark the deck of the boat. Tennis shoes and sandals with light colored soles or boat shoes are fine, however dark colored or black rubber sole foot wear is a big no–no. Thank you for your cooperation.
SCUBA DIVING DAY TRIPS:
We also offer scuba diving oil rig or wreck dive day tips. For more information or to visit: UltraDiveTexas.com
BURIAL at SEA / ASHES SCATTERING SERVICES:
Click on the website link below for informaton about our burial at sea or ashes sprinkling services: BuriatatSeaCharters.com