The Doc offers year round fishing charters in the Corpus Christi, Rockport, Baffin Bay, and Port Aransas area. Whether you’re new to fishing or an experienced angler, Capt. Marcus will help you find the fish you’re looking for.
There are many trip options available; Full day, half day, morning, evening and night fishing. Sight casting will be the main technique used. The goal is see the fish before it sees you, making an accurate cast and present a fly or lure to the fish and watch as it explodes on the bait. There isn’t anything else like it, pure heart pounding action!
Throughout the day Capt. Marcus will be positioning his Ankona boat so you have the easiest cast possible. On most days you’ll see between 50-100 fish, but casting accuracy, patience and being quiet is needed to catch fish.
All rates are for two anglers. Should you have a larger party, the Doc works with multiple guides and can accommodate any party size. $100 discount to college students, first responders, and military on full day trips only.
$75 per hour
Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced fly angler, there’s always opportunities to improve your casting and learn new techniques. If you haven’t fished down here before, The Doc will give you tips to help you land our south Texas fish. Book a full day fly fishing trip with Capt. Marcus within 14 days of a fly casting lesson, and the price will be taken off the trip.
$100 per hour
Learn fly patterns that have been working on the Laguna Madre, tying tricks, color variations, and material selection. All materials are provided.
A $300 deposit required to reserve the date. Cancellation due to extreme weather conditions will be determined only when the safety of the client is at risk by Capt. Marcus Haralson. In these cases, deposits will be held to reserve a rescheduled date. Non weather related cancellations require at least 7 days notice. Cancellations within 7 days will result in full charge due for the charter.
You must have a valid Texas saltwater fishing license, which can be purchased online from TPWD.
To help you succeed in your day equipment you should bring a hat and a pair of polarized sunglasses. These two items are almost the most important gear in sight casting. They don’t need to be fancy just polarized. If you don’t have any just let the Doc know before the trip and he might have an old pair laying around. Light clothing in the summer months and warm layers and rain proof jacket in the winter is recommended.
The Doc provides all light tackle and fly equipment, tackle, and professional photography equipment. No need to bring a cooler for the boat. There is a 45 quart Yeti on the boat with iced down waters and plenty of room to bring more beverages and food if you want.