Our Hot Spots

Highland Lake Chain

Lake Bastrop & Fayette

Lake Bastrop & Fayette

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The Highland lake chain are awsome fisheries for Largemouth, Guadalupe, White, Stripe, and Hybrid Stripe Bass. Lakes include Buchanan, Inks, Lbj, Marble falls, Travis, Lake Austin and  Town lake we fish them all.

Lake Bastrop & Fayette

Lake Bastrop & Fayette

Lake Bastrop & Fayette

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Incredible Largemouth Bass fisheries consistently produce numbers of 2 to 4lb. Bass. These warm water impoundments have Awsome structure and schooling Bass.

Guadalupe River

Lake Bastrop & Fayette

Upper & Lower Colorado River

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Below Canyon Lake dam this tail water flows cold and clear. The trophy trout section stocked by Trout Unlimited offers us the ability to provide float trips with fly fishing or light spin gear for large Rainbow & brown Trout.

Upper & Lower Colorado River

Upper & Lower Colorado River

Upper & Lower Colorado River

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This large River minutes from Austin, has excellent topwater fishing both with flies and plugs. Uncrowded low pressure water that pumps out many Guadalupe bass  and huge Largemouths.

St. Joe Island Surf

Upper & Lower Colorado River

North & South Padre Island

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A remote, uninhabited non motorized 22 mile long barrier Island on the Gulf coast provides insane topwater action. Target species include triophy speckled trout, Bull & slot Redfish, Tarpon, Jacks, and Sharks. Acces is by boat and electric mountain bikes Only.

North & South Padre Island

Upper & Lower Colorado River

North & South Padre Island

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Accesed by 4wd these remote stretches of surf offer world class fishing for trophy  speckled trout, redfish, Spanish mackerel, giant jack crevel, black drum, pompano, tarpon, and sharks all of which can be caught on flies and lures.

Canyon Lake

Canyon Lake

Canyon Lake

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Winter and Spring are awsome on Canyon Lake, Stripers are on the surface, White bass are in big schools, and Giant female Largemouth bass are getting very hungry preparing to spawn. Winter and Spring means lots of big hungry fish.