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Alligator Gar Adventure Fishing In Houston
If you’d like to catch a huge, exotic fish but don’t want to have to travel to a different continent, Alligator Gar Adventure Fishing of Houston, Texas, has just the trip for you! They’ll take you on an adventure you’ll never forget.
Alligator gar dates back to the time the dinosaurs roamed the earth more than 100 million years ago. They can grow up to 10 feet and weigh over 300 pounds. Their bodies are long and cylindrical with long, broad snouts. Alligator gar have double rows of alligator-like teeth in their long mouths.
Brown or olive-colored, they have a rounded tail and diamond-shaped interlocking scales. Native Americans used their scales as arrow points. These fish can gulp air, tolerate low water quality, and survive out of water for short periods. They can live to be more than 50 years old.
Landing an alligator gar is a challenge. They can put up a great fight and they’re also quite heavy. The largest recorded alligator gar caught was 279 pounds in the Rio Grande. Everything really is bigger in Texas.
The Trinity River is the alligator gar capital of the world. Captain Andy Gonzalez has over 15 years of experience with alligator gar and other large fish in the river. He knows the habitats and surroundings in which these prehistoric fish thrive. Let him put you on to these monster river fish.
Explore the Trinity River in search of the big ones. Have the fishing trip of a lifetime! Experience the adrenaline rush thrill of catching a prehistoric fish weighing more than 100 pounds. Be sure to bring your camera to document your fishing skills and to get photos to share with friends on social media.
Are you looking for a way to save money on this fishing adventure? Click here and you can save $280-$300 (30%-40% discount). Chose between a morning trip, an evening trip or an all-day trip. Each trip includes top of the line big game rods, reels, and tackle and bait.