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The South Padre Island party boat the "Danny B" is a well-built 50' charter boat with a 16' beam. She offers plenty of fishing room and can easily handle a full crew complement and up to 43 anglers whether they are men, women, or children anglers.
At 50' in length the South Padre Island fishing charter offers a comfortable ride on the water, even in choppy seas, and has enough engine to get to the South Padre Island fishing grounds in a quick fashion.
The Danny B is a South Padre Island Bay party boat that can go just about anywhere needed to catch fish. She is equipped with the most up-to-date and modern electronic fishing and safety gear. She is US Coast Guard certified and meets all United States Coast Guard minimum safe requirements so you and your family are always safe. Captain Darryl puts your safety first above anything else and that even includes fishing. Captain Darryl will never put you or your party at risk!
South Padre Island Head Boat, Gear, and Customer Services
The South Padre Island head boat the Danny B has plenty of elbow room for dozens of anglers so everybody can fish comfortably.
The Danny B is wheelchair accessible with clean restrooms. She is powered by a Power-Detroit 671 Furno depth finder 1621 Furno Radar
Two Icom VHF Ship to Shore Radios GPS for navigation We use an 8KW northern lights generator for night fishing.
This puts out 5500 watts of lights (or 11 lights of 500 watts).
Life Jackets - Throw Cushions - Fire Extinguishers - Flares
Emergency distress beacon or EPIRB is always on board.
The Danny B meets all Coast Guard minimum safety requirements.
Fishing Gear, Tackle, Bait, and Services
Passengers only over the age of 21 may bring or consume alcohol.
Rod and Reels supplied for anglers who do not furnish their own tackle and gear
Bait (shrimp and/or squid) is always furnished.
A fish cleaning service is available when the charter is over.
Several area restaurants will cook (blacken, grill or fry) your cleaned fish
Items you should bring on your South Padre Island fishing trip.
Bring a cooler for food and drinks. Ask your Texas charter boat Captain how large of a cooler you will need to carry your fish home in. Ask what you can keep and even where you can have your fish cleaned.
A sports bag to carry all your personal fishing gear A sports bag is a good idea to bring for carrying your rain gear, hat, glasses, etc, and other personal items that you need on a saltwater charter fishing trip.
Bring whatever you want to eat. and your drinks -
Bring all your food and drinks. If you want to bring beer you should clear it with the South Padre Island Beach charter boat Captain first. Alcoholic beverages are ALLOWED.
Foul weather gear - Optional
If you will be fishing in foul or rainy weather then you may want to bring some gear to keep you dry. Not as important on boats with parlors, cabins, and covers.
Bring polarized sunglasses to block the suns glare
Bring sunglasses. Preferably polarized fishing glasses to lessen the sun's glare that reflects up off the water. South Padre Island Beach fishing means you must take measures to combat the sun's rays.
A camera or video camera for pictures
Bring a camera to take snapshots of those big fish you catch or bring a video camera and catch all the action that a South Padre Island Beach fishing trip offers.
Fishing hats to block sunburn
A hat or ball cap is a good idea, especially for you guys that are getting a bit thin on top. Protect your head from the Texas sun's burning rays.
If you get seasick then motion sickness pills would be a very good idea
If you get seasick or aren't sure if you get seasick then it is a very wise idea to take your Dramamine before you leave the dock. Nothing can ruin a fishing trip worse than a guy named "RALPH".
Hat so you won't burn. The South Padre Island Beach fishing region can get very hot during the summer. Make sure you bring sunvareen, especially if you easily burn. If you are burnt up you can't enjoy your South Padre Island Beach charter fishing trip.
Bring cash to tip the boat's mate - TIP HIM WELL!
so you can tip the First Mate. Being Mate on a charter boat is not easy work and these guys deserve every dime they get. the pocket you probably already paid for the trip but you should make sure you have some cash in Tip them well!