The Fina Docks are located on Harbor Island near where the Lydia Ann Channel, the Aransas Channel and the Corpus Christi Ship Channel intersect. It is the first split in the channel leading in from the Gulf of Mexico and creates a natural stopping spot for fish migrating to and from the Gulf. The Fina Dock area holds fish year round and is an excellent location for large trout, redfish and black drum. Because of its proximity to deep water and a variety of habitats, mangrove or grey snapper, spanish mackerel, sheepshead and many other species are possible.
Boaters stopping at the Fina Docks should pay close attention to their environment. Large ships can create huge wakes and tidal changes can create strong currents.