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Acccording to many national and state publications,
"Capt. Mike Williams is considered to be one of the top guides in the state when it comes to catching big Speckled Trout, and Tarpon in the waters around Galveston".

Gary Ralston, editor of the Gulf Coast Fisherman...
"Mike's 25 ft. center console Boston Whaler Outrage with twin Yahama's "THE TARPON EXPRESS" is well equipped for both bay fishing and offshore excursions". If you're looking for trout, redfish, tarpon or sharks, click here for

Some of the largest tarpon found in the continental United States roam the waters just off Galveston Island during the warmer summer and fall months. The "Tarpon Express" has consistently caught record tarpon up to 215 lbs. For more information on Galveston Tarpon Fishing, click here

For pure adventure with lots of action, Galveston Shark Fishing can fill the bill. It's not uncommon to catch 20 to 30 sharks a day that range in size from 80 to 500 pounds, mostly Blacktips, Bull, Hammerheads, and Tiger sharks. For more information on Galveston shark fishing, click here

Capt. Steve Kraft is a fully licensed charter boat captain that has been running guided trips out of the Galveston Yacht Club since 1986. Capt. Kraft offers half and full day trips aboard a very safe, fully loaded, twin engine 27 foot Stamas Tarpon Sport Fishermen with all tackle and bait furnished. This very spacious Cadillac of boats is well suited for family entertainment; younger fishermen are always welcome. Year round bay trips for trout, redfish, and bull reds, and summer offshore combo trips for tarpon, shark, and king mackeral.

Price for a full day bay trip is $450.00. Off-shore trips : Half day $550.00, full day $650.00. Prices are based on two people; each additional person $50.00 with a maximum of 6 people.

There are no hidden surcharges; the prices listed are the
total cost of the trip.


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Last Updated: 6 February 2017