What to Bring

What you should bring…

***Fishing Licenses are REQUIRED*** You must purchase a Texas Fishing License + Saltwater stamp when fishing with a guide. It can be purchased online here

Sun Protection: long sleeved shirt/pants, hat, polarized sunglasses (any color in the brown spectrum is best). I prefer to use the Smith Chromopop glasses with bronze mirror finish. These glasses light up the fish incredibly well.

Shoes: Non-marking shoes & most flip flops are OK as we usually fish barefoot from the skiff.

Wadefishing: ASK YOUR GUIDE! Wading boots are highly recommended (versus shoes) as it offers a little more protection above the ankle.

Wind & Rain Jacket/Pants
Food/drinks/snacks of your preference

For winter trips, it is a good idea to have multiple layers of synthetic materials available such as polyester or fleece in case of inclement weather.

What is provided?

All fly fishing tackle and hand-tied Kenjo Flies are provided. If you want to bring your own, 6 7 and 8 weights are recommended for the flats and 9-12wts paired with quality reels are highly recommended when chasing tarpon and jacks. Light spinning gear can also be provided for those who prefer conventional tackle over fly fishing tackle.

Bottled water is available for all charters.

Boat trips will also be equipped all safety equipment as required by the United States Coast Guard (Life Jackets, Fire Extinguisher, throwable pfd, air horn, first aid kit and flare kit). Additionally you will be asked to wear an inflatable pfd when running to/from the flats.