FAT CAT BOATS
Come shop the best selection of custom boats on the Gulf Coast. Designed and manufactured in Corpus Christi, Fat Cat Boats are offering state-of-the-art custom fishing boats constructed by a team with years of experience in crafting custom boats, tooling and fabrication.
Fat Cat has always had the goal to provide a quality and enjoyable platform for fellow fisherman to succeed in their favorite past time. Contact a dealer today to start building your very own Fat Cat!
The "Worlds Finest" jig with its new Patent called the U-LOCK™ from the Inventor, Pioneer and 'Father' of rattling jig-heads - who also makes the only rattling spoons with eyes on both sides of the spoon and a 3D Gold Spoon with a self-supporting weed guard system.
The TEXAS WALKING SHRIMP™ soft plastic is Tourney tested to brings results under popping corks, jigs, freelined, or freelined weedless.
KRAKEN Kayak Outfitters
• Fish Guide & Kayak Rentals
•Lighthouse Lakes Tours • Civil War History Tours
Rhett has been kayaking and guiding for over 23 years. He is passionate about the outdoors and rewilding to help folks get back to nature.
Civil War History Tours Capt. Rhett has also teamed up with archeologists with the Texas Maritime Museum using high quality magnets to “fish” for artifacts underwater. Yes, they still find stuff even today!
To provide the fishing community of south Texas with vendors and fishing industry Pros and tackle manufacturers.
Along with a venue for the fishing community in south Texas to have access to serious terminal tackle vendors, Fishing Guides and proven - time tested & Tourney tested - fishing industry experts under one roof in a modern state of the art event center.
GOLD and SILVER SPONSORS and Vendors welcome - please contact Rex Hoyt @ email@example.com
When our GOLD SPONSORS have news and updates about their products in 2022 - you can find that here quick !
*** The photo used in this section is courtesy of Corpus Christi Caller Outdoor Writer David Sikes of TEXAS RATTLER™ owner and the Inventor, Pioneer and 'Father' of rattling jig-heads - Capt. Rex Hoyt - back in August 2003 and published in his weekly Sunday articles.