For every trip, Get Bent! Galveston gives YOU:

  • An experienced U.S. Coastguard Certified Captain
  • top of the line fishing
  • reels
  • bait
  • bottled water
  • Free fish cleaning
  • Fuel is included

Get Bent! is a a private fishing charter in Galveston Bay. You and your party will be the only people on the boat!

 

Jetty Trips

 

A fun day fishing at the famed Galveston Jetties. Here, you can expect to catch massive bull redfish, black drum, sheepshead, small to medium sized sharks, spanish mackerel, and occasional offshore species. Trips leave from the Galveston Yacht Basin at 6:00 am for morning trips and 12:30 pm for afternoon trips.

 

Nearshore Trips

 

Spend the day with us chasing slot reds, speckled trout, spanish mackerel, and big sharks just past the surf! Lately, these trips have been producing state water red snapper! Trips into Galveston Bay leave from the Galveston Yacht Basin at 6:00 am for morning trips and 12:30 pm for afternoon trips.

 

Shark Hunts

 

Spend the day in Galveston Bay catching 5-8 ft sharks with us! You won’t believe how close these monsters lurk from your favorite swimming spots on the beach! We offer both full and half day fishing packages. Morning Shark Fishing trips leave from the Galveston Yacht Basin at 6:00 am and afternoon trips leave at 12:30 pm

 

Bay Trips

 

We know all the spots in the bay to put you on slot reds, speckled trout, black drum, and sheepshead. Plan on drift fishing or anchoring depending on conditions in the bay. Trips leave from various locations depending on what species you want to go after at 6:00 am for morning trips and 12:30 pm for afternoon trips. Wading trips are also available. Call for details.

 

Reef Fishing

 

On these trips, we fish the shallows and channels where the tides concentrate the schools of fish. You can usually see the schools of fish feeding and swimming around us! On these trips we frequently catch limits of slot reds and speckled trout, flounder are also somewhat common year-round. Trips leave from the 61st Street Boat Ramp at 6:00 pm.

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