Chambers County offers terrific fishing opportunities, with or without a boat. The county boasts 273 square miles of water (largely Trinity Bay, East Bay, and Galveston Bay) and the miles of shoreline that come in contact with those bodies. Bayous offer great fishing for “non-boaters”. There is also a stretch of the southern tip of the county on the Gulf of Mexico that includes Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge. Spring and summer’s bounty offers flounder, gulf trout and sand trout, and the cooler temperatures of fall winter bring redfish and speckled trout into the bay. With extensive shoreline and calm waters, wade fishing, drift fishing kayaking are as popular as bank or boat fishing.