Fishing in Rockport TX
The Rockport area (population about 10,000) is well known for its excellent fishing, sailing, birding, shopping, art activities, sight seeing via boat or land, museums and festivals. With its own small airport just 4.5 miles from downtown Rockport, the Aransas County Airport is a nice amenity to the local fishing community. This airport provides fuel, 50 tie downs and hangar storage.
Rockport has a small, activity community that has everything you would need, just like a big city.
Rockport Fishing Guides
Learn about local guides, charters, or influential fisherman in the community. Guides listed below offer information, such as demographic information, years of experience, reputation, special awards or accomplishments, boat information, cost, and fishing specialty.
Fishing Action for Rockport.
The climate here remains relatively pleasant all year long with the average temperature being 73 degrees. The local community remains heavily dependent on the fishing industry from private guide services to shrimping.
Bay fishing consist of redfish, drum, speckled trout, flounder. Offshore fish fishing consist of shark (Black-Tip, Bull, Hamerhead, Tiger, Mako, Sandbar, Nurse), Dolphin, Grouper, Kingfish, Mackerel, Blue and Whire Marlin, Blue Runners, Sailfish, Red Snapper, Lane Snapper, Tarpon, Yellowfin Tuna, Bluefin Tuna.
Fishing is good year round. With such a wide array of fish, you are usually going to catch something. Peak season for bay fishing would have to be the summer. Black Drum are good during winter months.
Local Boat Ramp, Marinea and Pier Information:
Cove Harbor Marina Located off Business Highway 35 South, you can find fuel, outboard oils, cleaning table, lighted, four ramps, and restaurant. Phone 361-729-6151.
The town of Rockport
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