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Galveston Charter Guides invites you to join us on any of our half day, full day, close offshore, deep sea, or shark hunt fishing trips!  Galveston Charter Guides often catch flounder, red fish, speckled trout, dolphin, red snapper, grouper, vermilion snapper, shark, black drum, kingfish, stingray – and many, many more. Please  browse this website to explore the fishing options we offer and then contact us for a reservation or to ask any questions you may have! We’d love to have you join us for your Galveston fishing charter!

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Captains Logan Foster and Rusty Foster are licensed and insured Galveston-area fishing guides. They are locally based and experienced fishing professionals who knows the Galveston waters and fish. Their goal is to provide a safe and rewarding fishing experience. Contact the captains today and let's go fishing!

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There are hundreds of saltwater fishing knots, but most anglers only need to know a handful of knots:


Improved Clinch Knot: This type of knot is best for securing your line to a lure, swivel, clip or artificial fly.


Uni knot: This type of knot is easy to tie and very strong. It’s good for connecting line to lures, snaps or swivels.


Blood knot: This knot will join two similar pieces of line, but a bimini twist or an Albright knot is best for joining fishing lines of different diameters. Learn how to tie a dropper loop, and you’ll be able to tie your own bottom rigs.

Know Your Saltwater Fishing Knots