Indianola, the place to be.  Located at the mouth of Powderhorn Bayou, it provides excellent fishing for trout, redfish and flounder.  Previously known as Ed Bell's Bait Camp, this town has thrived on excellent fishing and duck hunting. Indianola is where German Immigrants came to settle in America.  Once the largest Port on the Texas coast, several 1800's hurricanes came through and moved the people inward.  Since that time the Galveston Port took over and the town seat of Indianola moved to Port Lavaca.  Since Hurricane Carla in 1963, the people moved out, but the FISH are still here!  Slowly people are coming back and now Indianola is where the "Action" is!  Come fish under the Lights or launch to fish your favorite fishing spot.  The wells and jetties are just a short distance away.

    FRIDAY NIGHT STEAK SPECIAL 6 TO 10 PM

           10 oz Ribeye, baked potato, salad & roll

                                         $9.99


                            WEEKEND SPECIAL           

                                      FRITO PIE





MONDAYS ----- MILITARY FISH FREE

TUESDAYS ----- SENIORS 55 AND OVER FISH FREE


                




                                       

                                     

                       


   

   




       


WHERE THE FISHING

IS ALWAYS GOOD

SUNDAYS

ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT  PANCAKES  7:00 AM-11:00 AM



INDIANOLA FISHING MARINA

8 Bell Street​

In Indianola

Port Lavaca, Texas 77979

361-552-5350

mail@indianolafishingmarina.com




"WHERE THE action IS"