Let Sabine Lake Fishing Charters take you for a day on the water you will not forget with lots of fun and lots of fishing in the waters of Sabine Lake and the Gulf of Mexico.
Whether you are fishing Sabine Lake’s more tranquil waters of Louisiana or the busier Texas waters of Port Arthur, you are sure to come home from your trip with the Sabine Lake fishing charter with lasting memories of your fights with some of the more popular sport fish and a cooler full of your triumphs.
Water in Sabine Lake is brackish due to water flowing from the Gulf of Mexico, but along with the water flowing into the Lake, so do fish in great numbers. You can almost guarantee to land one of the hard-hitting trophy fish of the Lake, the Redfish and Speckled Trout, while fishing the lake waters, and as you head towards Sabine Pass, the fish get bigger. Some fish you may hook into are Black Drum, Flounder, Cobia, Tripletail, Spanish Mackerel and Kingfish.
Beyond Sabine Pass lie the open waters of the Gulf of Mexico, where you will find some of the best offshore fishing anywhere. Many oil rigs are located off the coast, starting as soon as 10 miles out, so you will get fishing faster and can stay out longer. Snapper and Grouper of all, Cobia and more make these rigs home. You can also land trophy fish like Mahi Mahi and Tuna if you go further offshore to some of the farther off oil rigs and even encounter a Billfish or two.
During the early summer months is Red Snapper season and your Sabine Lake fishing charters know where the bite is. Going into the Gulf is where you want to go for the highly desired Red Snapper, and your Lake Sabine fishing charter will ensure that you return to the docks with full limits of these delicious fish. While hooking Red Snapper, you will also enjoy all the other fish at the oil rigs and ledges.
Sabine Lake spans two states and has fishing experiences for everyone. The best way to ensure your action-packed day of fun and excitement on the Lake and offshore is to grab a ride on one of the many Sabine Lake fishing charter departures at many marinas on all sides of the Lake, ready to put you on the fish.