The Guadalupe River is the southern most self-sustaining trout fishery in the US. The Trophy Trout Section of the river begins directly below Canyon Dam and continues for several miles downstream. The Guad was rated as one of the top one hundred trout streams in America, and like most tailwaters is famous for producing some really big trout. The river is primarily private, so accessing the river by boat allows anglers the best opportunities at fish. Guadalupe trout fishing has become an addiction and provides us with the chance to pursue trout that routinely break the 5lb mark within a short drive from most all Texas metro areas. Besides trout, the Guadalupe provides great warm water fishing for bass, sunfish, catfish and other species. If you are a trout fisherman that travels to the Rockies in the summer, fishing the Guadalupe during the off season is a great way to stay sharp and continue to improve your angling IQ. Book your guided fishing trip on the Guadalupe today and see why everything really is bigger in Texas.
San Marcos River
The San Marcos is one of the prettiest and most unique rivers in the state of Texas. Fishing the San Marcos is an awesome experience in which anglers can watch trophy sized bass materialize from the crystal clear water moments before crashing a fly or lure. The San Marcos is a spring fed river that remains somewhat constant in both its flows and water temps, which also translates to consistently good fishing. Other anglers are scarce on this river which allows us to float and fish in an intimate peaceful setting which provides a great backdrop to some of the states most explosive fishing. The San Marcos is home to several endemic species and is one of the oldest continually habitated areas on earth. The river offers up trophy sized largemouth and smallmouth bass as well as large population of Guadalupe bass (state fish). Besides these mainstays, sunfish, chiclids, catfish and other species inhabit this angling gem. Conveniently located between San Antonio and Austin, the San Marcos is a great choice for a day trip or a weekend getaway. Book your guided san marcos fishing trip today.
The Devils River is a world class destination angling trip located deep in Southwestern Texas. This is one of the most rugged and remote fishing destinations in the West and will test an angler's mental and physical toughness. The river is home to some of the biggest bass found on earth and scenery that is second to none. Due to many factors, this river is also one of the most challenging fisheries in the world. For this reason, this tends to be a trip more suited for advanced anglers who can throw big flies on big rods accurately in heavy winds. If you do not possess these skills but would still like to book this trip, expectations must be adjusted. The Devils routinely offers up bass between 5-10lbs as well as a host of other freshwater species. The river is almost completely private, so access is virtually impossible to gain without the assistance of an outfitter. We have the distinct honor of accessing the Devils through a 9,000 acre ranch which provides our clients with lodging and three miles of unspoiled river frontage. This trip also allows anglers to see the west the way it was over a hundred years ago unspolied by human development and tampering. This is an exclusive trip, which means that a certain number of anglers and days are required in order to meet a request for this river. Due to the distance, remoteness, labor, and supplies involved trip prices are higher than our standard rates, so give us a call to customize your Devils River fishing trip. Besides fishing, these trips include wonderful opportunities to view wildlife and Native American relics and rock art dating back over thousands of years. We provide everything from rustic lodging, local fine cuisine, adult beverages, and guided fishing. If you are looking to experience this angling jewel and test yourself in a true wilderness fishing destination, give us a call and book your Devils River fishing trip today!
The Colorado River east of Austin, TX provides some of the most consistent and exciting bass fishing in the Texas Hill Country. The river is big and clear, and allows anglers to pursue trophy sized bass within a few minutes from downtown Austin. The river flows through pastoral farmland where it is very unusual to see another angler. This sense of solitude provides and intimate angling experience that is second to none. The Colorado allows anglers miles of water that are home to huge bass, sunfish, drum, carp and catfish. Come join us and book your Colorado River fishing trip.
Other Rivers We Service Upon Request: Llano, Frio, Nueces and Rio Grande. We Also Have The Ability To Guide Certain Trips To The Texas Coast and Lake Amistad.