Captain Randy & Lake Sabine fishing

Welcome to my blog!  My name is Captain Randy and I’m a full time Lake Sabine Fishing Guide.  I’m also a Texas Saltwater Fishing Guide.  Come fish with me on beautiful Lake Sabine, one of the most blessed sights in these good ol’ United States of America!  Captain Randy Guide Service gives you personalized Lake Sabine Sport Fishing Charters.  Sabine Lake is located in Port Arthur, east of Houston and south of Beaumont, connecting directly to the Gulf of Mexico.  This is God’s country and the fishing is even better!

I’m an angler and a gentleman and proud of it!  If you want to catch those beautiful trout, redfish or flounder, you come and see me.  I know the waters of Lake Sabine like the back of my hand—the ins and outs, the ebb and flow.  I can go out there with my eyes closed and find my way across the 90,000 acres of saltwater, all while catching plenty of fish.

Although it’s the holidays, I’m still booking trips.  There’s always fishing to do and people who want to do it.  It’s my pleasure to show you.  A fishing trip with me is the perfect holiday gift for that hardy guy in your life.  The moment you hop in that boat and feel the sway and pull of Lake Sabine, you’ll never be the same.  Relaxing on a boat surrounded by water is the way to live.  Well, at the very least, it’s a damn good time!

Not only is the fishing great, but Port Arthur is also on the rise and I couldn’t be prouder.   In a recent market intelligence report, courtesy of, Port Arthur is a growing city.  Luke J Kozelichki writes, “Port Arthur’s economy and lodging industry are being fueled by growth in the energy and healthcare sectors; tourism, shipping, and commerce are also gaining steam, bringing long-awaited signs of promise for area hotels.” That’s good news for local business, but even better news for Lake Sabine and its fishing.  That means more anglers to test the clear waters of Lake Sabine.  They will never be the same!  Book your trip with me today and see a city on the rise!  You can read the article here.

As always, may good waters continue to bless you.

-Captain Randy (

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