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Texas Tarpon Guides: Captain Mike Williams and the Tarpon Express Galveston Texas Tarpon Fishing Guided Tarpon Trips and Charters Specializing in Giant Tarpon Giant Texas Tarpon are the main pursuit of Texas Tarpon Guides, who charter from Galveston, Texas. Tarpon are big in Texas and some of the largest Tarpon found in the continental United States roam the waters of the Galveston beachfront and just offshore in "Tarpon Alley". We offer Tarpon guide boats and charters which fish areas that have a proven catch record for giant Tarpon. Boats depart daily from the Galveston Yacht Basin. Full time, fully licensed captains are available for full day, half-day and late evening trips. Captain Mike Williams has logged more time fishing for Tarpon than any other person alive or dead in the State Of Texas - October 2014 Guide Mike Williams of Galveston-based Tarpon Express is acknowledge by his peers as the first to target Tarpon {during the modern era} along the upper Texas coast...Joe Doggett, Tarpon Hot Spots, Houston Chronicle, July 2005 Reservations: 713-256-9260 -or- 832-526-9569 Please scroll down for trips and pricing information Tarpon Alley Tarpon Alley is a tarpon migration corridor, a freeway in the open Gulf if you will, that runs just offshore the entire perimeter of the Gulf of Mexico. Two separate migrations, one clockwise, the other counterclockwise, begin in February off the Yucatan Peninsula. The clockwise tarpon migrations pass off both the Mexican and Texas coast each spring and summer and venture as far north as the mouth of the Mississippi River by late summer. The counterclockwise migration heads across the deep waters of the open Gulf to the Florida Keys in spring where these schools mingle with resident fish. These then divide, 70 percent head up the Southwestern coast of Florida in May, June and July, venturing as far north as the Alabama, Mississippi or Louisiana coast by August and September. The remaining 30 percent head up the eastern seaboard of the United States and are found as far north as the Carolina's by late summer. Around the third week of August the migrations reverse direction and the schools of tarpon began their fall journey south passing off the coast of Texas in the migration corridor Tarpon Alley in the months August, September, October and November heading to their wintering grounds off the Yucatan. By early December most all the tarpon up to 242 pounds have left U.S. waters on the clockwise migration with the exception of a few resident fish which are in most cases, less than 30 pounds in size. A number of large fish are found in Florida waters in winter, but is my opinion that these are resident fish, tarpon that live there and never migrate. - Capt. Mike Williams /Tarpon Alley, June 1976 The Ironman of Tarpon Alley The cover article "The Tarpon Express" featuring Capt. Mike Williams and Tarpon Alley appeared in the largest outdoor magazine in the state of Texas, the Texas Fisherman, in July 1980. The article told exactly how, when and where to catch tarpon in Tarpon Alley, just off the Texas coast. In July 1984, the Gulf Coast Fisherman magazine ran a cover article on tarpon guide Capt. Mike Williams and tarpon alley called "Sabalo Alley, the Tarpon Zone" and in July 1988, Texas Fish and Game magazine ran the cover article "Jump on the Tarpon Express." The article that put Texas Gulf Coast tarpon fishing on the map appeared as a cover article in the largest outdoor magazine in Texas, the Texas Fishermen. "The Ironman of Tarpon Alley" was about tarpon guide Capt. Mike Williams and his almost magical tarpon migration corridor that sits just offshore and runs the entire perimeter of the Gulf of Mexico. When that article hit the streets of Texas in the late eighties, Capt. Mike Williams was the only full time tarpon guide north of the Port Isabel jetties. Over the years Capt. Mike Williams has been interviewed in nearly every major fishing magazine in the Southern United States about the migration corridor he pioneered and named "Tarpon Alley". Tarpon Alley, Captain Mike Williams and the Tarpon Express Guide Service featured in the May 2013 issue of Texas Monthly magazine article "The Silver Kings". Action heats up at Tarpon Alley "Capt. Mike Williams, Tarpon Express Guide Service, hosted U.S. Marine Cpl. Joshua Reid of Seabrook, who was home from duty in Afghanistan, to a great day of fishing. Reid hooked up with a huge tarpon Saturday morning. The fight lasted almost three hours before the fish was landed, measured, photographed and released." - Joe Kent, Galveston Daily News, June 16th, 2013. (The tarpon was estimated at 200 pounds!) Watch Captain Mike Williams of Tarpon Express guide service on National Geographic Television Watch as Captain Mike Williams and Robert Lord Jr. fight a giant titanic state record caliber Tarpon off the beaches of Galveston Texas. Big unsinkable twin engine boats now available for the 2017 fishing season! DISCOUNTED FALL PRICING THE IRON MAN SPECIAL Click here for more details Captain Mike Williams, according to many nationally published magazines, Texas magazines and the largest newspaper in Texas, is considered to be one of the top guides in the state when it comes to catching big Tarpon. With 35 years experience, he has been interviewed on the subject of trophy Tarpons by every major magazine in the state numerous times - not to mention the nationally published Saltwater Sportsman, Texas Sportsman, Southern Outdoors, Gulf Coast Fisherman, and the prestigious Coastal Conservation Association magazine Gulf Tide. There are also full of chapters on his guide service in the books The Fishermans Encyclopedia and Texas Hunting and Fishing. Captain Mike Williams considers himself to be the innovative leader in the exploration of Texas Tarpon off Galveston where he single-handedly pioneered Tarpon fishing in the area. As far as trophy trout, Redfish, and Bull Reds has spent as much time pursuing the great fish as anyone and a lot more than most. Visit Galveston Fishing Guides, specializing in Speckled Trout, Redfish, Bull Reds, Shark and Flounder. Quotes from the Press "Mike Williams is regarded as one, if not the leading authorities on Trophy Trout and Tarpon in the waters around Galveston." - Gary Ralston, Editor, Gulf Coast Fisherman, July 1984. "Top Tarpon guide along the Texas Coast!" - Texas Fish & Game Magazine, July 1989. "Mike Williams, long recognized as one of Texas' foremost trophy trout hunters has in recent years gained notoriety as the guru of Texas Tarpon." - Saltwater Magazine, 1990 "Fishing guide Mike Williams probably has upper coast Tarpon fishing figured better than anyone between Sabine Pass and Port O'Connor." - Shannon Tompkins, Houston Chronicle, July 1990. "Guide Mike Williams has saltwater fishing down to a science." - Luke Clayton, The Dallas Morning News, April 1995. "Tarpon are a prized catch of Galveston, and nobody knows these giants better than Mike Williams." - Doug Pike...

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