The Sabine Jetties

man fishing the jetties in port arthur texas

The Sabine Jetties is made up of two 3-mile granite structures protecting the terminus of the Sabine Neches ship channel in the Gulf. These jetties serve as artificial reefs that create a productive habitat for an astounding variety of marine life including: speckled trout, redfish, Spanish mackerel, jack crevalle, black drum, sheeps head, gaftop, sharks, rays, flounder, gulf trout, croacker, and ling and kingfish, on occasion.

How and Where:

The three most productive ways of jetty fishing include:

  1. Walking the Rocks
  2. Anchoring by the jetties
  3. Drifting along the granite structures

The easiest access to the jetties is the 4 Pier Boat Launch in Sabine Pass and the Walter Umphrey State Park boat launch on the south end of Pleasure Island.

To learn when to jetty fish and even more about the Sabine Pass Jetties, download or request our Free Fishing Guide:

Free Fishing Guide