San Antonio Fishing Guides

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Charter Rates & Cancellation Policy

Saltwater Fishing Trips!

Inshore Trips Off Shore Trips
Full day trips are from
Full Day 8 hrs.
Full Day 8 hrs.
7 AM to 3 PM
1 to 3 People $800.00
6 People $1895.00

Canyon Lake Rates

1/2 day(4 Hour) trips are from 3/4 Day (6 Hour) Trips are from Full day trips are from
7 AM to 11 AM and 1 PM to 5 PM
7 Am to 1 Pm
7 AM to 3 PM
1/2 Day 4 hrs.
3/4 Day (6 Hours)
Full Day 8 hrs.
2 People $500.00
1-2 People $700.00
1-2 People $800.00
$100.00 for each additional person over 2 people
$100.00 for each additional person over 2 people
$100.00 for each additional person over 2 people

Good Fishing Guides Aren't Cheap and Cheap Fishing Guides Aren't Good

I now have a boat that can take 6 to 10 Anglers fishing and a Party Boat that can take up to 50 people for a dinner cruise, birthday party or just Party at Party Cove.

Must be booked 14 days in advance.  

What our Fishing Trips Include

We will be fishing from a 2014, 25 foot Custom built Majek XTreme Powered by a 250 Horse Power 4 Stroke Yamaha with a large Bimini top and all the latest fish catching equipment.

Our Fishing Trips Include All Tackle, Rod and Reels and Ice to keep your Catch cool. All you need to bring is your Texas Fishing License, some drinks, snacks and a cooler for your fish. We welcome anglers of all skill levels and corporate-multi boat trips.We can take up to 10 anglers per boat. 

Sorry at this time fish cleaning is not offered.

Why do fishing charters cost so much?

Maintaining and operating a safe, properly outfitted top of the line fishing boat is expensive and today’s fuel costs alone are staggering. There are many additional costs that one never sees on a guided fishing trip. For example, charter insurance, license, bait, boat maintenance, and many other factors.

You get what you pay for in charter boats, and I strive to keep my costs down to give you the best value in the area. The excitement of chartering your own guide, catching fish and having a tremendous on water experience while making memories to last a lifetime… is well worth the expense.

What should I bring with me on the boat?
Depending on the length of your trip consider bringing food, camera, hat, sun block, fishing license.
To get yours click here: a rain jacket if the weather looks like it could rain.You can bring your own ice chest or my boat is equipped with an ice chest for your food and drinks. If you would like to keep a few fish or all of your fish for dinner you might consider a small cooler to keep in your vehicle for the trip home. 

Canyon Lake Texas Fish & Game Magazine's 5th Best Striper Lake in Texas!

Texas Fish & Game Magazine

ranked Canyon Lake in the top 5 Striped Bass Lakes in Texas (see the November Inland Edition). 

Racks and Reels Magazine

just come out with a article on winter fishing at Canyon Lake. Both articles feartured Capt. Steve Nixon.

I will be fishing Canyon Lake and POC this month and the

Striped Bass and White Bass

are biting! Come and join me! I still have plenty of space left to book. I accept all major credit cards or cash any time. Tight lines and Fish-On!!! 

Cancellation Policy:

I normally take a $100 deposit by credit card over the phone or you can book here on the website and pay in full. Sorry I do not offer refunds but you can reschedule your trip if you contact Capt. Steve 14 days prior to your trip. If you fail to show up for a fishing charter and do not contact Capt. Steve, your deposit will not be returned and you will be charged the full amount for the trip. If the captain cancels the trip due to weather or other reasons, you will receive a complete refund or the deposit is applied toward a rescheduled date.

Due to outstanding weather and excellent fishing, our calendar is always crowded. To ensure availability of the dates of your choice, booking at least two weeks in advance is recommended during the spring and summer months. Remember, it’s often better to fish on weekdays to avoid the the boat traffic and weekend warriors also known as POTLICKERS.

An important part of each fishing trip ensures that Capt. Steve Nixon provide you with a courteous, professional, enjoyable and memorable fishing experience. As a result if you require access facilities, have special needs or want to target a specific fish let me know in advance. Remember, you normally catch more fish if you go after what is biting. So, to help make your trip a success, please communicate your wishes and needs to Captain Steve Nixon prior to the trip. 

Captain Steve Nixon does not supply PFD's "Personal Floatation Device" for children under Twelve Years Of Age.

Children are always welcome however, those under “Twelve” ( 12 ) years of age require the parent or guardians full-time attention while on board. Children under the age of”Thirteen”

( 13 ) must wear a life preserver at all times. 

"Quoted From"


Part 175, Equipment Requirements (33 CFR 175) SUBPART B – PERSONAL FLOTATION DEVICES § 175.15 Personal flotation devices required (c) No person may operate a recreational vessel under way with any child under 13 years old aboard unless each such child is either:

(1) Wearing an appropriate PFD approved by the Coast Guard; or

(2) Below decks or in an enclosed cabin.

[CGD 81-023, 55 FR 32034, Aug. 6, 1990, as amended by CGD 92-045, 58 FR 41608, Aug. 4, 1993] paragraph (c), effective Dec. 23, 2002 

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