Captain Wayne Davis

Captain Wayne Davis is a full time fishing guide in Port Mansfield Texas with over 17 years of guiding experience. Capt. Wayne specializes in artificial lures and wade fishing trips. Targeted species include trophy Trout, Snook, Flounder and Redfish. Good stewardship of the resource is a fundamental component of his trips and Capt. Wayne offers great incentives for catch and release trips.  You can keep up with the most recent catches down in the Lower Laguna Madre by following Capt. Wayne on Instagram @captainwaynefishing 

Captain James Sanchez

Based out of Corpus Christi, Captain James Sanchez specializes in wade fishing and drift fishing with artificial lures in the Upper Laguna Madre and Baffin Bay. His passion for fishing and conservation steered him towards his education. He is a graduate of Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, earning a Bachelor’s in Marine Biology and Master’s in Biology with seven years of research experience in Texas Coastal Ecology. As a teaching guide, his goal is to utilize his knowledge to provide clients with a fun, safe, and educational experience to improve their skills and success as an angler. He can be reached at (210) 260 – 7454 and on Instagram @j_sanchez151.

Captain Scott Null

Captain Scott Null has been fishing the Texas coast for over fifty years and currently guides out of Port O’Connor.  He specializes in sight casting to redfish from his Sabine poling skiff on the clear water grass flats and back lakes in the area. Throughout the summer and fall he can also be found on the beachfront chasing tarpon, bull reds, kings and jacks from his Dargel Kat.  He is equally comfortable guiding customers using fly or conventional gear and provides customers with use of high quality gear including Shimano and Hatch reels paired with Fishing Tackle Unlimited, Temple Fork and Loomis rods. 


Capt. Scott is an avid conservationist and encourages catch and release to preserve the fishery for future generations while still keeping a couple for a fresh dinner.  He has been a member of CCA since its inception and has been involved with the more recently established Flatsworthy organization.


Capt. Scott is co-host of the popular Bite Me - A Saltwater Fishing Podcast and has written numerous articles for Texas Saltwater Fishing Magazine, Tide and among others.

Captain Dean Thomas

As owner and operator of Slowride guide services in downtown Aransas Pass for 20 years Captain Dean Thomas has led his clients to many adventures on the most beautiful flats of Texas. Born in Houston he spent the early years of his fishing life on the northern regions of the gulf coast and migrated to the Matagorda area and to South Texas to start a full-time career in fishing. 

Capt. Dean always enjoys getting his clients on the water and spending some time educating them on ways to improve their angling skills. All skill levels are welcome and whether it is a family trip out to enjoy a beautiful day on the water or the most experienced angler, the goal is always the same… Enjoy a day on the water while searching for that fish of a lifetime.

With over 40 years of fishing experience on the Texas coast captain Dean is anxious to share his passion and do everything possible to create a world class fishing trip for you.

Captain Ernest Cisneros

Capt. Ernest Cisneros, a full-time guide that fishes the waters from Port Mansfield to Port Isabel. Capt. Ernest specializes in wade fishing with artificial lures while pursuing Trophy Trout, Snook, and redfish in the shallow pristine waters of the Lower Laguna Madre. As a fishing guide, writer, and monthly contributor to fishing articles to Texas Saltwater Fishing Magazine as well as conducting various fishing seminars throughout the year Capt. Ernest is committed to sharing his passion and knowledge with others. He prides himself with a strong sense of conservation and teaching his anglers about the diverse habitat of the Laguna Madre.

Captain Chris Elliott

Born and raised in Corpus Christi, Chris spent most of his childhood fishing the Laguna Madre and Baffin Bay. As a kid he spent the weekend and summers fishing for redfish with his dad, brother and uncles and by the time he was a teenager he was running a boat of his own. His dad was and still is a strict artificial lure only angler so growing up that’s all Chris knew. 

As Chris got older, he continued to use exclusively lures and evolved from Kelly Wiggler shrimp tails under a Mansfield Mauler to a full arsenal of plastics, plugs, and everything in between. In high school he started to shift his focus from chasing redfish to targeting big, speckled trout. 

Chris earned his Captains license in 2018 and started offering charters on the Laguna Madre and Baffin Bay areas. He now specializes in wading with artificial lures as well as sight fishing for redfish in the ultra shallow water. 

Captain Greg Verm

Serving as a Galveston fishing guide is not just a job, but a passion for Captain Greg Verm.  Licensed by the US Coast Guard and Texas Parks and Wildlife, Captain Greg shares his lifelong experience and passion for fishing Galveston Bay with his clients.


At age 2, Greg could often been seen aboard a boat with his Mom and Dad for a beautiful day of chasing redfish, trout and flounder on Galveston Bay. By the time he was 16, Captain Greg had purchased his own boat and began venturing out on his own. He spent much of his free time on the water and grew accustomed to hooking the big fish!


After many years and a few more boats – Captain Greg is still fishing the waters where he grew up. With miles of water to explore, there is no shortage of opportunities to find new areas to snag that trophy catch. Now, more than ever, he enjoys sharing his love of the water and the sport fishing with those he serves as a Galveston fishing guide. To Capt. Greg, there is nothing greater than seeing the smiles on people’s face when they are bowed up on big fish.

Captain Gregory Verm Jr. 

Growing up in the Galveston area, Capt. Greg Verm Jr. has always had a passion for fishing. From the Galveston Jetties to the Brazos River and everywhere in between fishing the bays or offshore, he really enjoys sharing the small piece of paradise that the Texas coast has to offer. Whether its free lining live shrimp for sheepshead at the Jetties with first time anglers, or sword fishing 150 miles offshore with seasoned anglers he enjoys it all. Following his Dad’s footsteps to be a full time fishing guide in Galveston has allowed him to show anglers, young and old what the upper Texas has to offer and the importance of conservation to keep it healthy.

Captain Merriel Solesky

Captain Merriel has been kayaking the Galveston Bay system for over 15 years. He turned his passion into his profession two years ago. Captain Merriel enjoy shallow water kayak fishing, offshore kayak fishing, and occasionally fishing tournaments. Captain Merriel is now booking guided kayak trips in Galveston and on his home waters in Corpus Christi. In his spare time he also co-hosts an information fishing podcast, One Last Cast Podcast. 

Captain Aaron Cisneros

Captain Aaron Cisneros grew up fishing South Padre Island, Port Mansfield waters with his father at a young age. Capt. Aaron Cisneros contributes a monthly fishing forecast on Texas Saltwater Fishing Magazine. Capt. Aaron specializes in wade fishing with artificial lures in the clear beautiful waters of the Lower Laguna Madre. Targeting trophy trout, redfish, flounder, and snook Capt. Aaron will be sure to show you a great time as a full time guide on the Lower Laguna with years of experience. He invites anyone on his boat as he is here to share his knowledge and experience to anyone wanting to learn.