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Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Tuesday April 25, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release is unchanged. The flow is clear and cold at 55 degrees at the tailrace. Short scouting trip near Action Angler showed the usual players in their habitat. The trout were continuing to hold on, and the sunfish and bass were most active. Small yellow poppers were the best flies of the morning. There wasn't anybody else on the water and the conditions were overcast with a cool northeast breeze. We didn't see a hatch, but it could have happened in the afternoon. Our company provides guided fishing trips on the rivers, lakes and streams near New Braunfels, Austin, and San Antonio Texas.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Current Fishing Report and Conditions: Friday April 28, 2023. Two boat trip on the Guadalupe River with Chris Jackson of Action Angler produced some good times with our clients. George and his family came from West Virginia to catch a Texas trout. We did that and more! We saw some Hexagenias hatching, a few Tricos and some Damsels. It wasn't a prolific hatch by any means. The wind was gusting, but we had clear blue skies and comfortable temps. The river flow was clear and cold. The epoxy backed stonefly nymph enticed several fish and we used some San Juan Worms too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Saturday April 29, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release was clear and cold at 56 degrees at the tailrace. The morning started off cool with gusty winds that remained most of the day. The high temp was 68 degrees and there were clear blue skies after the cold front passage. There was a bad storm yesterday evening with heavy rain and hail. The river was clear this morning though. There were very few fishermen out, but there were a couple of guides with clients struggling in the high winds. We rescheduled our trips for better conditions because the clients were able to. We didn't see a hatch, but the high winds could have blown the bugs away.

Devils River Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: May 2nd thru May 5th, 2023. The river flow was low but very fishable. The weather was nice with daytime temps in the high 70's and low 80's. Helena Agri Inc booked 4 of their guys to fish with us. Helena is a wordlwide leader in agriculture. We caught and released too many bass to count and the weather was awesome. We fire grilled our meals and had shore lunches on the banks of the river. The special fly was the game changer and it slayed the fish!

Devils River Fly Fishing Guide Current Report and River Conditions: May 16-19, 2023. Awesome fishing trip based out of Sycamore Canyon Ranch was a success and fun party with awesome clients. Jerod from Midland, Texas hosted everyone. We caught a lot of bass on fly and conventional gear too. The weather was great and we had some great fire grilled meals! The game changer and meat whistle were go to flies. The flow was low and the ther river was a little cloudy, but it fished great! It's been really cool this year for Texas!

Canyon Lake and Guadalupe River Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Tuesday May 30, 2023. Guadalupe River Flow was 70 cfs with clear water conditions. Eli Lerma and his family joined us from Midland, TX and they were smart about learning to fly fish. They listened carefully to their guide/instructor. We caught and released quite a few fish, but nothing was large. The weather was nice and there was nobody else on the river.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Current Report and Conditions: Friday June 2, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release was 72 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. We had a two boat trip with the Harder family from New Braunfels. They all picked up fly fishing rapidly after a brief lesson. We caught and released quite a few fish caught on fly. Our best fly was the Game Changer. The weather was nice and the temps reached 82 degrees, which is cool for this time of year.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Current Fishing Report and Conditions: Updated Tuesday June 6, 2023. Half day fly fishing lesson/rafting float with Ignacio and Richard from San Antonio produced two new fly fishers. The Canyon Lake Dam release was 72 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. These guys were smart and listened carefully to the guide. They caught on with fly casting quite quickly. We caught and released sunfish and largemouth bass and a couple of smallmouth too. The weather was nice with temps in the 60's to begin; and only the low 80's in the afternoon.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Current Report and Conditions: Updated Saturday June 10, 2023. Lorenzo Chavez and his son and daughter joined us for a two hour fly fishing lesson on the banks of the Guadalupe River near Austin and San Antonio. We provided the equipment. They learned three different casts, fly selection, reading the water and more. The release rate from Canyon Lake Dam was 73 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The weather was nice and cool in the morning with temps in the 70's. We didn't see a big fly hatch, but it could have happened later in the day.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Current Report and Conditions: Updated Saturday June 11, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release was 72 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The river was pretty crowded with tubers in the afternoon. The weather was nice with temps in the lower 90's F. The lake was busy as well, because the weekend crowds strained the infrastructure. We saw Caddis, Mayflies and Damsels hatching on the river before noon.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Current Report and Conditions: Updated Monday June 12, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release was 73 cfs with cold water conditions. We didn't see a major hatch today but we saw some caddis, Blue Damsels and Grass Hoppers on the surface in the Guadalupe River. The weather was nice in the morning but it heated up in the afternoon. We got off the water before it became too hot. We caught and released several bass, sunfish, carp and others.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Current Report and Conditions: Updated Tuesday June 13, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release was 73 cfs with clear water conditions. The morning was quiet with nobody else on our stretch of the river. Wes joined us for a morning float on the Guadalupe. He caught and released lots of fish and we had a pleasant weather window, despite a really hot forcast. Our company offers guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction on the rivers, lakes and streams near Austin, San Antonio, and New Braunfels Texas.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Current report and Conditions: Updated Wednesday June 14, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release was 73 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The Guadalupe River upstream of New Braunfels was not crowded at all today. In fact, there were very few people other than us. The weather started off cool with solid overcast and temps in the mid 70's. The afternoon warmed to the mid 90's though. On our scouting trip we caught and released tons of sunfish, small bass and catfish too...on flies.Expedition Outfitters offers guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Current Report and Conditions: Thursday June 15, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release was 73 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake was not crowded and we didn't see any fishers at all. Our scouting trip revealed a nice Trico hatch and Damsels with Caddis too. We got some topwater action on poppers and we got some action on streamers too. We offer guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction on the Texas Hill Country Rivers, Lakes, and Streams in the Austin area, San Antonio area, and New Braunfels Texas area too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Current Report and Conditions: Updated Friday June 16, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release was 73 cfs with clear and cold water conditions at the tailrace. The weather was nice this morning at 7:00 am when we met. The sky was overcast with temps in the high 70's. We saw some small mayflies and Caddis hatching, there were Blue Damsels too. There was nobody else fishing and we had the river to ourselves. That said, we caught and released quite a few fish; but nothing was large. Our best fly was the Pat's Rubber legs under a popper. Expedition Outfitters offers guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction on the Texas Hill Country Rivers, lakes and streams near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Current Report and Conditions. Monday June 19, 2023. Canyon lake Dam release was 73 cfs at 56 degrees F. outflow at the tailrace. We scouted 10.5 miles below the dam and found warmwater fishes receptive. We saw Damsels, Dragons and Mayflies hatching this morning with Caddis too. We were most successful on streamer patterns stripped really fast. Expedition Outfitters offers guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Current Report and Conditions: Updated Tuesday June 20, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release was 73 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The day was overcast in the morning and cleared to reveal clear blue skies. We scouted and produced several nice bass on fly. The river was not crowded in the morning and it was fun!

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Current Conditions and Report: Wednesday June 21, 2023. The Guadalupe River release was 73 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. We scouted about 10.5 miles down from the dam and found an early morning Trico hatch with Caddis, and Blue Damsels too. There was nobody else on the river in the morning. We caught and released a few fish with a 3 lb bass being the largest. There were very few people out in the early part of the day and it was very pleasant. We offer guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction on the Texas Hill Country Rivers, Lakes and streams in the Austin area, San Antonio area, and New Braunfels Texas area too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Current Report and Conditions: Updated Friday June 23, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release was 73 cfs with clear and cold water into the Guadalupe River. The morning was great with nobody else on the river. We had a good 3 mile float while scouting for target rich areas. We didn't see a big hatch, but we saw Blue Damsels, Red Damsels and Caddis with some tiny Mayflies too. Our best fly for scouting was the olive Wooly Bugger with a bead head. Our company offers guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons and instruction on the Texas Hill Country Rivers near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels, Texas.... Current Fishing Report and Conditions: Updated Sunday June 25, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release was 73 cfs with clear and cold water conditions at the tailrace. The day started off pretty nice with temps in the low 70's F. It quickly turned hot after the clouds burned off. We got a nice scouting trip in with several bass caught and released. The Game Changer was our best fly. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction in the Texas Hill Country Rivers, Lakes, and streams in the Austin area, San Antonio area and New Braunfels Texas too!

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Current Report and Fishing Conditions: Updated Wednesday June 28, 2023. Outflow from Canyon Lake Dam into the Guadalupe River was 72 cfs, The water temp at the tailrace was 58 degrees F. with clear water conditions. We didn't see a big hatch today on the Guadalupe River, but we saw stripers busting bait on the surface at Canyon Lake. We're going to launch the powerboat in the morning and give them hell! Expedition Outfitters and Fly Fishing Texas offer guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction on the Texas Hill Country Rivers, Lakes, and Streams near San Antonio, Austin, and New Braunfels Texas.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Current Report and Conditions: Updated Thursday June 29, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release was 72 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The day day started off clear and a few clouds appeared in the mid morning. The temp was 78 degrees F at 8:00 am. We didn't see a big insect hatch on the Guadalupe, but there were very few people out, and no fishermen. We stripped some streamers for a sample and we caught several small largemouth. We also got some topwater action on the river with poppers. The water was relatively clear with a green tint. Expedition Outfitters and Fly Fishing Texas provide guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction on the Texas Hill Country Rivers, Lakes and Streams near Austin, San Antonio, and New Braunfels Texas.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Current Report and Conditions: Friday June 30, 2023. Morning trip with Bob and Roslynn from Houston produced two new fly fishers. The morning started off overcast and relatively cool for a summer day in Texas. The temps were mid 70's and low 80's on the river. The release from Canyon Lake Dam was 72 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. We didn't see a hatch of insects, but it could have happened later in the day. We caught and released some sunfish and small bass bit our flies. It was pretty slow on the catching...but the fishing was great. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips on the Texas Hill Country Rivers near Austin, San Antonio, and New Braunfels Texas.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Current Fishing Report and Conditions: Updated Sunday July 2, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release was 72 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The river was deserted until 9:00 am when the first tubing group showed up at the third crossing. They were very polite and well behaved. The day started out relatively cool with light rain showers and overcast skies. It was actually very pleasant. We didn't bother scouting for fish because we expected an afternoon crowd. and we were not disappointed. Expedition Outfitters offers guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction on the Texas Hill Country Rivers, Lakes and Streams in the Austin area, New Braunfels area, and San Antonio area too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Current Report and Conditions: Updated Monday July 3, 2023. The biggest part of the crowds are gone, but there's quite few people enjoying the river and lake. The release from Canyon Lake Dam was 72 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. It was hard to tell if there was an insect hatch on the river. But we did see a few straggler Caddis, Damsels and Hexagenias around. The tubers made it difficult to do trips, so we scheduled them after they leave this week. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction on the Texas Hill Country Rivers, Lakes, and Streams in the Austin area, New Braunfels area, and San Antonio area too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Current Report and Conditions: Updated Wednesday July 5, 2023. Outflow from Canyon Lake was 73 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The crowds have left and the river and lake are back to normal. The weather has been cooler the past couple of days and the humidity has been lower too. We saw mayflies and Damsels, and Hoppers out today. The day was overcast early and it cleared and warmed to the mid 90's in the afternoon. There were no other fishers on our part of the river. Tomorrow we're headed to Canyon Lake to scout. Our company offers guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction on the Texas Hill Country Rivers, Lakes, and Streams in the Austin area, San Antonio area, and New Braunfels, Texas area too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Current Report and Conditions: Thursday July 6, 2023. The day started off clear and by noon we had some scattered showers, It was enough to make things less comfortable but the temps were in the low 80's F. We scouted Canyon Lake and we found some nice bass. The lake was not crowded, thank goodness. The day cleared out about 2:00 pm with no more showers. We saw some stripers busting bait on the surface but they spooked when we got closer. We got some nice largemouth on flies though. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction in the Austin area, San Antonio area, and New Braunfels Texas area too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Saturday July 8, 2023. The outflow from Canyon Lake Dam was 77cfs with clear and cold water conditions at the tailrace. There were tons of people out on the river and lake today but they didn't show up, mostly until noon. This gives mornings a chance. We didn't see a major hatch on the river this morning, but we saw Damsels, Caddis, and some Mayflies flitting around. There were too many people on the water in the afternoon to fish, but that's to be expected.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Current Report and Conditions: Updated Sunday July 9, 2023. Guadalupe River flow was 77 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The Lake is still down but it's fishing pretty well in the mornings before it gets hot. The were lots of tubers and partiers on the water this weekend; but we're past the peak. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, lasses, lessons, and instruction on the Texas Hill Country Rivers, Lakes and Streams inthe Austin vicinity, San Antonio vicinity and New New Braunfels vicinity too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Current Report and Conditions: Updated Monday July 10, 2023. James and Truman joined us for a fun time on Canyon Lake. The weather wasn't bad, but it got pretty hot in the afternoon. There was a little breeze, but not enough wind to make the water rough. There weren't too many boats in the morning, but more came out in the afternoon. James got a little action on his topwater fly and Truman caught a feisty largemouth on his fluke. We offer guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction in the Austin area, New Braunfels area, and San Antonio too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Current Fishing Report and Conditions: Tuesday July 11, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release was 77 cfs into the Guadalupe River tailrace. There were very few people on the river this morning and the temps were comfortable until noon. Fortunately, we ended our scouting trip about 11:30 because we got an early start. We got some largemouth action on streamers and some big sunfish attacked our poppers. We even caught a catfish on a Hopper/Dropper rig. We saw damsels, caddis and lots of Dragon flies. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction on the Hill Country Rivers, Lakes, and streams in the Austin area, San Antonio area and New Braunfels Texas area too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Current Fishing Report and Conditions: Friday July 14, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release was 77cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The people started to arrive for the weekend about 11:00 am on Friday. We're just past the peak of human activity post July 4th. This is important, because the fishing gets better as the tourist population recedes. The lake is more manageable and the river is fishable without tubers everywhere. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction on the Texas Hill Country Rivers, Lakes,and streams in the Austin area, San Antonio area, and New Braunfels area too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Current Report and Conditions: Monday July 17, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release was 77 cfs with clear and cold water conditions from the bottom of Canyon Lake. We saw several insect species hatching on the lower Guadalupe near the third crossing. We saw Damsels, Caddis, Tricos and BWO's at times. The bugs are in the river. Canyon Lake was not really crowded today and weekdays are preferred. We saw some stripers boiling on top around 7:00 am this morning near the dam. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction in The Texas Hill Country, Devils River, Pecos River and Austin and San Antonio too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Wednesday July 19, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release was 77 cfs with clear and cold water conditions from the bottom of the tailrace. The day started out clear with no clouds and temps in the high 70's. There were very few people out this morning and it looks like we're past the peak of high tourist season. That's good news, because we'll get the lake and river back to non crowded conditions. We didn't see a prolific hatch on the lower river, but we did see caddis, tricos and damsels. Canyon Lake was clear and blue with small chop less than a foot. The wakeboard boats came out at noon, but the traffic was light. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction on the Texas Hill Country Rivers, Lakes, and streams in the Austin area, San Antonio area, and New Braunfels area too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Thursday July 20, 2023. The release from Canyon Lake Dam was 77.1 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The day started off with temps in the high 70's and reached over 90 degrees in the afternoon. This is why we've been doing morning trips only. The lake was not crowded and the river had nobody on it, except for a handful of early tubers. We didn't see any major hatches but we saw grasshoppers, some caddis, and Damsels too. The lake had some "buck" bass busting the surface in the morning. There were a couple of schools of stripers busting bait in the early morning near the dam. Expedition Outfitters offers guided fly fishing trips on the Texas Hill Country Rivers near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Current Report and Fishing Conditions: Friday August 4, 2023. Canyon Lake was pretty much deserted this morning with only a hand full of fishing boats. That will change this afternoon as the out-of-towners arrive. The weather was nice this morning with clear blue skies with temps in the 70's. The water in the Lake was very clear and had a blue green tint. The Guadalupe River was uncrowded today with nice flows and cold water below Canyon Dam. We didn't see any big hatches, but we spotted some bugs being devoured by small bass and sunfish. Expedition Outfitters offers guided fly fishing trips in the Texas Hill Country close to Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Current Report and Conditions: Monday August 7, 2023. Morning scouting trip to Canyon Lake revealed slightly lowered water conditions, but still in 70 percentile range. The boat traffic is way down since the schools are about to start up again. The Guadalupe below Canyon Lake is flowing at 77 cfs with cold and clear temps at the tailrace. We saw some Dragon flies and Caddis and Damsel flies too on the river. We didn't see any other fishers in the morning, but we only saw a 3 mile stretch below the dam. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction in the Austin Texas area, San Antonio Texas area, and New Braunfels Texas area too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Current Fishing Report and Conditions: Updated Tuesday August 8, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release was 112 cfs, with clear and cold water conditions. The Lake was not crowded in the morning and a few boats showed up in the afternoon. The day started off cool with temps in the high 70's and low humidity. The water level is about 70 percent capacity. There are black bass schooling on the points and peninsulas, and the weedbeds are holding good fish too. The Guadalupe river is flowing cold and relatively clear with almost nobody out today. We didn't see any insects hatching, but we probably had bad timing. We saw two fly fishermen catching, and releasing some nice largemouth on fly near Lazy L and L. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction on the Hill Country Rivers, Lakes and streams in the Austin vicinity, San Antonio area, and New Braunfels Texas too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Current Fishing Report and Conditions: Updated Wednesday August 9, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release was 117 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. Canyon Lake is still in the 70% range for capacity. The water is still clear with a thermocline about 12 feet down at the intersection of colder water temps in the 60's and high 50's at depth. There were very few boats on the Lake today and more fishermen than jet skiers. We heard good reports of largemouth bass being caught on the hydrilla vegetation areas of the lake. The Guadalupe River below Canyon Dam was uncrowded, but we saw a few kayakers on the slightly higher river flows at 117 cfs. We didn't see any fly fishers out, but we saw some good hopper takes and rises to Dragon flies and Damsels too. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction on the Texas Hill Country Rivers in the Austin area, San Antonio area, and New Braunfels Texas area too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Current Fishing Report and Conditions: Updated Saturday August 12, 2023. Canyon Lake is still near 70% capacity and the water is clear with hungry fish. We saw lots of bass attacking topwater patterns cast among weed beds and rocky shorelines. The boat traffic has been way down, since it's back to school time...yea! The Guadalupe River Flow downstream of Canyon Dam was clear and cold and flowing well at 112 cfs. We didn't get a chance to wet a line but, we saw grasshoppers clobbered on the surface and lots of Caddis, Damsels, and Dragon flies. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction near Austin, San Antonio, and New Braunfels Texas.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Sunday August 13, 2023. Canyon Lake was not very crowded as we get back to school, so to speak. The morning started off cool with temps in the 70's and overcast skies. The clouds broke up, for the most part around 10:30 am. We saw stripers busting bait on the surface as we were headed toward the mouth of the river to target largemouth. We were not disappointed. We got several fish on Game Changers and Clousers. The Guadalupe River was deserted by mid afternoon, because the tourists were headed home. We saw a couple of Fly Fishers at Lazy L and L, and they said they had good luck on bass. Our company provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction on the Texas Hill Contry Rivers, Lakes and streams in the Austin area, San Antonio area, and New Braunfels area too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Current Report and Fishing Conditions: Updated Tuesday September 19, 2023. The Guadalupe River flow downstream of Canyon Lake was 115 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The morning was cool with temps in the upper 60's with clear blue skies. We didn't see any other fishermen on the water, but we had a good scouting trip. We caight and released several nice largemouth bass on streamers and some sunfish too. We saw a Trico hatch, but just minnows and small fish were eating the tiny bugs. Our company provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction on the Texas Hill Country Rivers, Lakes and streams near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Current Report and Conditions: Friday October 6, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release into the Guadalupe River was 100 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. A nice cool front was pushing through with comfortable temps and partly cloudy skies. We saw very few people on Canyon Lake and we picked up some nice bass while scouting. The lake level was low, but very fishable. We didn't see any other fishers on the Guadalupe River, but we saw some nice insect hatches. Expedition Outfitters providess guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction on the Texas Hill Country Rivers, lakes, and streams near Austin, San Antonio, and New Braunfels, Texas.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Current Report and Conditions: Thursday October 12, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release was 70 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. Canyon Lake was deserted on a quiet weekday afternoon. We didn't see any other boats or fishermen. The skies were overcast with temps in the low 80's. We saw several pods of stripers attacking bait on the surface and the seagulls were around to pluck the stunned baitfish from the surface. We picked up some medium sized largemouth while scouting near Canyon Lake Marina. The Guadalupe River was quiet too, with no tubers or fishermen to be seen.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing, Current Report and Conditions: Saturday October 14, 2023. Afternoon scouting trip on Canyon Lake revealed a few boaters, but it was not crowded. The lake is low, but very fishable and lots of clear water. We got some topwater eats on bass and some sub-surface action too. We were throwing poppers at first, but we switched to streamers a little later. The white Clouser Minnow was our best performer. The release from Canyon Lake Dam was 70 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. We offer fly fishing guide trips in the San Antonio area, New Braunfels area, and Austin Texas area too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Tuesday October 17, 2023. Afternoon scouting trip on Canyon Lake revealed a large goup of striped bass crashing bait near Canyon Lake Marina. It was all surface action and they ate our flies too. Once again, the White Clouser Minnow did the trick. There were only a couple of other boats on the lake and they were getting largemouth on the points and sunken timber. On the way back, we hit the Guadalupe and didn't see any other fishers. There was a massive Trico hatch though. The flow was about 70 cfs with cold and clear water condition. Austin Fly Fishing Guide, San Antonio Fly Fishing Guide, New Braunfels Fly Fishing Guide, is our specialty, on the Texas Hill Country Rivers, Lakes, and Streams.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Current Report and River Conditions: Updated Monday November 6, 2023. Guadalupe River flow below Canyon Lake Dam was 72 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The afternoon was partly cloudy with comfortable temps in the high 70's. We didn't see any other fishers on the river. There was a nice caddis hatch and some mayflies too. We saw a couple of fish rising, but only sporadically. We caught and released several nice largemouth bass on Brown Clouser Minnows. They were frisky and jumped several times. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips in the Austin area, New Braunfels area and the San Antonio area too. We also provide fly fishing classes, lessons, and instruction for beginners and seasoned anglers that want to improve their skills.

Guadalupe Trout Guides Fly Fishing Report and River Conditions: Updated Sunday November 19, 2023. The day was foggy with light rain but reasonable temps in the mid 60's. We started at Rio and rafted about three miles to Lazy L. The Guadalupe Rainbow Trout were hungry and we caught and released several nice ones on nymphs. There were very few people on the river and it was relaxing. There was a PMD hatch, but we didn't see any fish rising. The water was clear and cold flowing from the bottom of Canyon Lake. Guadalupe Fishing Guide, Austin Fly Fishing Guide, San Antonio Fishing, New Braunfels Fishing.

Guadalupe Trout Guide Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Friday November 24, 2023. Morning scouting trip with family and friends produced several nice Guadalupe Rainbow Trout. The fish were hungry and eating flies readily. The weather was cool, but with clear skies. The river was not crowded and the flows were cold and clear. As the morning warmed, there was a nice Trico hatch and Caddis buzzing around the surface. We didn't see any fish rising, so we drifted nymphs and San Juan Worms. Austin Fly Fishing Guide, San Antonio Fishing Guide, New Braunfels Fishing Guide, Guadalupe Fishing Guide.

Guadalupe Trout Fly Fishing Guides Report and Current Conditions: Saturday November 25, 2023. Scouting trip on the Guadalupe below Canyon Lake Dam was fun and action packed. We fished the area around the horseshoe and there were hungry trout to be caught and released. The magic fly was the Prince Nymph and we got some action on Caddis emergers too. The flow from Canyon Lake was clear and cold. There were quite a few people on the water, but not crowded. The weather was overcast with light mist and temps in the high 50's.

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Guides and Current Report: Sunday November 26, 2023. The day started out overcast with high North winds and cool temps. The gusts reached 30 mph plus, so we rescheduled our trips. It's hard to cast safely when it's this windy.

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Report and Fly Fishing Conditions: Monday November 28, 2023. Morning trip with Charlie from Houston produced too many fish to count. The weather started off cool around 38 degrees, but warmed to the mid 50's after a few hours. The sky was partly cloudy with light winds from the northeast. We saw a lot of insects hatching with Caddis, Tricos, and a few Damsels too. It was Charlie's second time to fly fish in the last year, but he jumped back onto the horse and galloped along. Our best flies were the Zug Bug, Caddis Emergers, and Prince Nymphs.

Guadalupe Guide Fly Fishing Trout Report and River Conditions: Wednesday November 29, 2023. Scouting and training float with Thomas and Marcos produced several nice Guadalupe Trout on flies. The weather was pleasant with partly cloudy skies and comfortable temps in the 60's and 70's. There was a nice Trico hatch and Caddis were about too. Our best flies were the Prince Nymph under a stonefly nymph drifted with an indicator on 3X tippet. There were very few people on the water and it was a pleasant experience. The flow from Canyon Lake was clear and cold. Expedition Outfitters is the leading guide service on the Guadalupe River. Austin Fly Fishing Guide, Guadalupe Fly Fishing Guide, New Braunfels Fly Fishing Guide, San Antonio Fly Fishing Guide.

Guadalupe Trout Fishing Guides Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Monday December 4, 2023. The day started off cool with temps in the high 40's. The sky was clear blue and it quickly warmed to 70 degrees around lunchtime. The flow from Canyon Lake Dam was clear and cold. The Guadalupe River was fishing pretty well with hatches of Caddis, Tricos and PMD's observed. We didn't really see any fish rising, so we stuck with nymphing techniques. Our best flies were the Prince Nymph, Rainbow Warrior, and Zug Bugs. There were quite a few fishers out, but ti wasn't crowded. Austin Fly Fishing, San Antonio Fly Fishing, New Braunfels Fly Fishing.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Trout Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Tuesday December 5, 2023. Morning trip with Mac and Tom from Indiana yielded some nice Guadalupe Trout on fly. The day started off cool with temps in the high 30's, but it quickly warmed to the high 60's. The were nice hatches of Caddis, Tricos and PMD's, but we saw very few fish rising. We presented nymphs with fluorocarbon leaders and strike indicators. Our best flies were Caddis Emergers and Prince Nymphs. The flow from Canyon Lake Dam was clear and cold. Austin Fishing Guide, San Antonio Fishing Guide, New Braunfels Fishing Guide.

Guadalupe Trout Fly Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Sunday December 10, 2023. Morning float on the lower Guadalupe River greeted us with clear blue skies and brisk winds from the north at 45 degrees. We did a float in the Canyon that was protected from the chilly winds. The winds died down around 10:00 am and it was very pleasant with temps in the high 50's and low 60's. We saw a massive Trico hatch and quickly tied on a size 22 fly that matched the bugs. They immediately hooked trout and the fights were on. The San Juan Worm did a pretty good job too. The flow from Canyon Lake Dam was clear and cold with a few small rapids on our beat. Even tough it was a weekend, the water was not crowded. New Braunfels Fishing Guide, San Antonio Fishing Guide, Austin Fishing Guide.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Rainbow Trout Report and Current Conditions: Tuesday December 12, 2023. Guadalupe River Flow was clear and cold with with great weather conditions. Brief scouting trip at the third crossing showed several wade fishermen and women. The winds were light to start but picked up later in the day. A quick survey of fishers reported good luck on nymphs drifted under an indicator. Egg patterns seemed to be the most successful. We didn't see a hatch, but it might have happened later in the morning. Austin Fishing Guide, San Antonio Fishing Guide, and New Braunfels Fishing Guide.

Guadalupe Trout Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Wednesday December 13, 2023. The day was forecasted to have cold rain and fog. We decided to reschedule our trips and enjoy the Holiday Spirit indoors. It was a good call. There were some hearty fly fishers on the river though. The reports we heard were positive from this group though, with nice rainbows caught and released on streamers. Austin Fly Fishing Guide, San Antonio Fly Fishing Guide, New Braunfels Fly Fishing Guide.

Guadalupe Trout Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Saturday December 16, 2023. The Bryan family from Wisconsin joined us for a fun filled Guadalupe trout float. We caught and released several nice Guadalupe rainbow trout and the Prince Nymph, Zug Bug, and Chenille worm were our best flies.

Guadalupe Trout Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Tuesday January 9, 2024. Canyon Lake Dam release was cold and clear with low water conditions. A strong cold front hit us yesterday with Gale Force winds and cool temperatures. The high winds snapped trees and made fly casting dangerous. We decided to reschedule our trips, but there were a few tough people out towards evening. Austin Fly Fishing Guide, San Antonio Fishing Guide, New Braunfels Fishing Guide.

Guadalupe Trout Fly Fishing Guides Current Fishing Report and River Conditions: Updated Friday January 12, 2024. The day started off pretty cool with temps in the low 40's and clear blue skies. It quickly warmed to the high 60's by early afternoon. There were quite a few fishers out for a weekday. Reports were positive with lots of Guadalupe trout being caught and released. We saw Caddis hatches, Damsels, and Tricos too. We saw a few fish sipping dries, but not a lot. The best fly patterns were reported as the Prince nymph, Damsel nymphs and San Juan worms too. Austin Fishing Guides, San Antonio Fishing Guides, New Braunfels Fishing Guides.

Guadalupe Trout Fly Fishing Guide Current Report and River Conditions. Updated Wednesday January 17, 2024. River flow below Canyon Lake was clear and cold. It was the second day of the Arctic weather blast with temps in the mid teens this morning. A little too cold to fish, so we rescheduled our trips. Tomorrow looks better with warmer temps. Wish us luck, we'll be out there! Austin Fishing Guide, Canyon Lake Fishing Guide, San Antonio Fishing Guide, New Braunfels Fishing Guide.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Wednesday January 24, 2024. It's been raining for the past three days and the Edwards Aquifer is up almost six feet. We've been in an extreme drought for several years and this is helping with recovery. The Guadalupe River is up and flowing chocolate right now, but it should clear in a few days. The fish are getting a break from fishermen, and that's good too. We'll resume our trips after this weekend. Austin Fishing Guide, San Antonio Fishing Guide, New Braunfels Fishing Guide.

Guadalupe Trout Guide Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Tuesday February 6, 2024. Afternoon scouting trip produced some action on nymphs. The day was beautiful with clear blue skies and high temps near 70 degrees. The water being released from Canyon Lake was clear and cold. There were quite a few fishers on the water, but it didn't seem crowded. We saw a few bugs hatching, but we didn't see any rising fish. Our best flies were egg patterns and Stonefly nymphs. Austin Fishing Guide, San Antonio Fishing Guide, New Braunfels Fishing Guide, Hill Country Fishing Guide.

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Guide Current Report and River Conditions: Updated Sunday February 11, 2024. The day started off with overcast skies and temps in the high 50's. A cold front pushed through with winds gathering speed. There weren't very many people on the river because it's Super Bowl Sunday. We did a short scouting trip and found the trout were liking the San Juan Worm. We also had good luck on Prince Nymphs and Zug Bugs. We didn't notice a hatch because the wind was blowing so hard. The river flow was low, but plenty of cold, clear water to get the job done. Austin Fishing Guide, San Antonio Fishing Guide, New Braunfels Fishing Guide, Canyon Lake Fishing Guide, Devils River Fishing Guide, Hill Country Fishing guide.

Guadalupe River Trout Guide Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Saturday February 17, 2024. A strong cold front blew in this morning with winds gusting 30 mph. The temps were around 40 degrees and the release from Canyon Lake Dam was low, but very fishable. We didn't see a hatch because the wind would blow the bugs away. We heard reports of Sucker Spawn Egg success. Other patterns were Stone Flies and Zug Bugs too. Austin Fishing Guide, San Antonio Fishing Guide, New Braunfels Fishing Guide, Hill Country Fishing Guide.

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Guides Fly Fishing Report and Conditions: Friday February 23, 2024. Nice float with Reid and Alex from College Station produced too many trout to count. The sky was clear blue with temps in the low 70's. The fish were hitting San Juan Worms, Drowned Tricos, and stonefly nymphs.

Guadalupe Trout Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Friday March 8, 2024. The Guadalupe River flow from Canyon Lake Dam was clear and cold. The day started off with temps in the high 50's but warmed to 80 degrees by noon. The sky was clear and the winds were about 15 mph out of the northwest with low humidity. Chris and Walker joined us for a nice float/wade trip chasing rainbows. The early morning bite was light with a couple of hook ups, but no fish landed. We went farther downstream and we found some fish in shallow water and began sight casting. Walker hooked up on his first cast and landed several more feisty rainbow trout out of the same run. His Dad Chris, moved downstream without much luck. When he returned to Walker's area, he drifted his nymphs and began to slay. The Prince Nymph was our best fly. Guadalupe Fishing Guide, Austin Fishing Guide, Canyon Lake Fishing Guide, San Antonio Fishing Guide, New Braunfels Fishing Guide.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Current River Report and Conditions: Updated Sunday March 10, 2024. The morning started off clear with temps in the high 40's. It quickly warmed to the 60's a little later in the day. Even though Spring Break has started, there were very few people on the river for a weekend day. There was a small Trico hatch, but the Crane Flies were in abundance. The Mop Fly imitates the Crane's larvae, and it was catching fish. The Prince Nymph continued working well too. Austin Fishing Guides, San Antonio Fishing Guides, New Braunfels Fishing Guides, Canyon Lake Fishing Guides.

Guadalupe Trout Fly Fishing Guide River Report and Current Conditions: Monday March 11, 2024. Fly Fishing lesson with and Ardon from Dripping Springs produced two new fly fishers. We held our lesson at the Canyon Lake Dam tailrace. We learned distance casting, the roll cast, and the pick-up-lay down cast. We also learned about reading the water and fly selection. The water temp at the tailrace was 54 degrees, with clear water conditions. We saw a massive Trico hatch while we were there and a couple of trout rising to gulp the bugs. Austin Fly Fishing Guide, San Antonio Fly Fishing Guide, New Braunfels Fly Fishing Guide, Canyon Lake Fishing Guide.

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Guides Current Fly Fishing Report and Conditions: Updated Wednesday March 13, 2024. The day started off cool with temps in the high 50's and overcast skies. There was a nice Trico hatch around 11:00 am. There were lots of Crane Flies around...so we broke out the Mop Flies. The Live Oaks are losing their leaves and the other trees are shedding their spring blooms. These conditions made it a little difficult for a clean drift. The water being released from Canyon Lake Dam was clear and cold, and there were very few fishers out. Austin Fishing Guide,Canyon Lake Fishing Guide, Guadalupe Fishing Guide, San Antonio Fishing Guide, New Braunfels Fishing Guide.

Guadalupe Trout Fly Fishing Guides Current River Report and Conditions: Thursday March 14, 2024. There was quite a bit of mist and fog to start the morning. There were forecasts of strong storms, but they never formed. There were very few fishers out again. We saw a lot of Crane Flies hatching though. Our best scouting fly was the Mop and Black San Juan Worm. Austin Fly Fishing Guide, San Antonio Fly Fishing Guide, New Braunfels Fly Fishing Guide, Canyon Lake Fishing Guide.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Current Report and Conditions: Updated Saturday March 16, 2024. The forecast called for thunderstorms, but they didn't arrive.The morning was overcast with light mist and temps in the high 60's. There were very few people on the water again, probably because of the forecast. It's Spring Break, so the area has lots of out of town tourists. The afternoon skies cleared and a few people trickled out to the river and lake. After scouting Canyon Lake, we went to the Guadalupe and saw a nice Crane Fly hatch and quite a few different species of Mayflies. The release from Canyon Lake into the Guadalupe was clear and cold. Canyon Lake Fishing Guide, Austin Fishing Guide, New Braunfels Fishing Guide, Devils River Fishing Guide.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Guide Current Report and Conditions: Sunday March 17, 2024. Thundershowers and lightning started the day with temps in the high 60's. By noon, the weather had exited the area. A few fly fishers were at Action Angler using the access for the wade fishing area. The two we talked to had pretty good success at rainbow trout fishing. They said the Sucker Spawn flies with Zebra Midge droppers were doing the trick. We saw a few Tricos hatching in the afternoon with Crane Flies too. Austin Fly Fishing Guide, San Antonio Fishing Guide, Canyon Lake Fishing Guide, Devils River Fishing Guide.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe Trout Fly Fishing Guide Current Report and Conditions: Tuesday March 19, 2024. Morning trip with Tobin and Ardon from Dripping Springs produced two new fly fishes, but not a lot of fish. The day was cool and quiet with low barometric pressure. It was a sign of little activity. Most of the time, we like to brag on "how good the fishing is" but not today. It was our guests first time to fly fish and they executed the technique just fine. The fish weren't feeding while we were on the river. Tobin did however, manage to bring in one fish. We didn't see an insect hatch, and that could have contributed to the slow bite. The flow from Canyon Lake Dam was clear and cold. Canyon Lake Fishing Guide, Guadalupe Fishing Guide, Austin Fishing Guide, New Braunfels Fishing Guide, Devils River Fishing Guide, San Antonio Fishing Guide.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Current Report and Conditions: Saturday March 23, 2024. Canyon Lake level is 60% full and clear water conditions with surface water temp at 63 degrees. There were a few fishermen out in the morning with lots of White bass and Striper activity. The Stripers were hitting top water baits and the white bass were 20 feet down at the river mouth. The weather was perfect with temps in the low 70's and partly cloudy skies. There were very few jet skis and wake board boats on the water. The Sea Gulls followed the schools of shad, and the Stripers did too. Canyon Lake Fishing Guide, Austin Fishing Guide, San Antonio Fishing Guide, New Braunfels Fishing Guide, Devils River Fishing Guide.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Current Report and Conditions: Updated Monday June 10, 2024. Guadalupe River flow is 72 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. Canyon Lake is around 70% full and clear water conditions. Quick scouting trip on Canyon Lake revealed several nice largemouth bass on fly. The lake was deserted pretty much with only a couple of other fishing boats out. A thunderstorm is approaching, so we are cutting our trip short. Austin Fishing Guide, Canyon Lake Fishing Guide, New Braunfels Fishing Guide, Guadalupe River Fishing Guide, San Antonio Fishing Guide.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Current Conditions and Report: Updated Thursday June 20, 2024. The Guadalupe River watershed did not get the torrential rains that were forecast. All we got was about an inch, still very welcome though. The Canyon Lake level is around 58% capacity but very fishable. The Guadalupe River is running clear around 70 cfs. San Antonio Fishing Guide, Austin Fishing Guide, New Braunfels Fishing Guide, Canyon Lake Fishing Guide.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Current Report and Conditions: Friday June 21, 2024. The Guadalupe River flow is 72 cfs with clear water conditions. Canyon Lake is less than 60% capacity with clear water and decent fishing conditions. The tourist activity has been pretty light with recent forecasts for rain. We saw a few fishing boats on Canyon Lake but no jet skis. The largemouth bass action has been pretty good. The stripers have been schooling early in the morning near the dam. The Guadalupe has been light on tourists too. Canyon Lake Fishing Guide, Austin Fishing Guide, San Antonio Fishing Guide,New Braunfels Fishing Guide, Devils River Fishing Guide.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Current Report and Conditions: Saturday June 22, 2024. Jacob and his Mom Came from San Antonio for a two hour private fly fishing lesson. We did the lesson on the Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake. There was nobody else on the river while we there, and the morning was peaceful. The students learned quickly and we had some great casts too. San Antonio fishing guide, Austin fishing guide, New Braunfels fishing guide, Canyon Lake fishing guide, Guadalupe fishing guide, Devils River Fishing Guide.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Current Fishing Report and Conditions: Sunday June 23, 2024. Canyon Lake was pretty crowded with Wake Boats, Jet Skis and a few Fishing boats. The fishermen reported good catches of Largemouth Bass and a couple of Smallmouth too. The Guadalupe River was fishable in the morning, but the tubers took over in the afternoon. Austin Fishing Guide, San Antonio Fishing Guide, New Braunfels Fishing Guide, Devils River Fishing Guide.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Current Report and Conditions: Updated Tuesday June 24, 2024. The Guadalupe River and Canyon Lake were pretty quiet with a minimum of tourists about. Everyone will converge on the area on the extended 4th of July holiday though. The river flow from Canyon Lake Dam was 72 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The lake is at 57% capacity with the inflow about 25 cfs. There was a nice Trico and BWO hatch on the river this morning. We saw sunfish and tiny bass eating the bugs off the surface. Canyon Lake Fishing Guides, New Braunfels Fishing Guide, San Antonio Fishing Guide, Devils River Fishing Guide, Rockport Fishing Guide, Austin Fly Fishing Lessons.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Current Report and Conditions: Wednesday June 25, 2024. Canyon Lake was not very crowded this morning. Mainly a few fishermen and some sail boats, but there was very little wind. The water was inviting with clear blue hues and calm surfaces. There were a few stripers schooling near the dam pretty early on. We caught and released some nice largemouth bass on flies. Austin Fishing Guide, San Antonio Fishing Guides, New Braunfels Fishing Guide, Canyon Lake Fishing Guide, Devils River Fishing Guide.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Fly Fishing the Guadalupe River Current Report and Conditions: Thursday June 26, 2024. Canyon Lake was calm with almost no wind today. There were very few boats out but there were some bass guides hitting it, including our guides. The water was clear and clean but pretty low. Even so, it's very fishable and producing. The Guadalupe River had some tubers, but it was pretty light. The flow from Canyon Lake Dam was 72 cfs with clear and cold conditions. Austin Fishing Guide, San Antonio Fishing Guide, New Braunfels Fishing Guide, Devils River Fishing Guide.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Current Report and Conditions: Friday June 28, 2024. Canyon Lake was slick as glass with no wind or wave action. This calm condition revealed stripers busting bait near the dam at 8:00 am. There were a couple of boats chasing the school and hooking up, we were too. They hit our topwater flies and plugs. We released several in the 10 lb range and lost some bigger ones. The water was clear blue like the Caribbean. Once the jet skis came out, the fish dispersed. There were a few wake board boats too. Austin Fishing Guide, San Antonio Fishing Guide, New Braunfels Fly Fishing Guide, Canyon Lake Fishing Guide, San Marcos River Fly Fishing Guide, Fly Fishing the Guadalupe River.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Fly Fishing the Guadalupe River Current Report and Fishing Conditions: Saturday June 29, 2024. Today was the start of two fourth of July weekends (because the 4th is on Thursday). Not really great for fishing conditions because of crowds. The exception would be to start early and end your trip early before the tubers and wake board boats come out. We're going to give it a shot tomorrow after the weekend crowds have left. We'll give you the report tomorrow. Austin Fishing Guide, San Antonio Fishing Guide, New Braunfels Fishing Guide, Canyon Lake Fishing Guide, Devils River Fishing Guide.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Fly Fishing the Guadalupe River Guides Report and Current Conditions: Monday July 1, 2024. The Guadalupe River was quiet today with virtually nobody around but a couple fly fishers. We saw a nice BWO hatch at the third crossing and sunfish were rising to eat the bugs. The weather was nice for a summer day in Texas. The temps were in the high 70's with not too much humidity. The river was flowing at 72 cfs with clear water conditions near the dam. Canyon Lake Fishing Guide, New Braunfels Fishing Guide, Austin Fishing Guide, Devils River Fishing Guides.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Fly Fishing the Guadalupe River Guides Current Report and Conditions: Tuesday June 2, 2024. The River and Lake are calm because all eyes are on Hurricane Beryl. The effects might hit us by late this weekend. We'll keep you informed. Austin Fishing Guide, San Antonio Fishing Guide, Devils River Fishing Guides, San Marcos River Fishing Guides, Guadalupe River Fishing Guides, Canyon Lake Fishing Guides.

Canyon Lake and Guadalupe Fly Fishing Guide Current Report and Conditions: Updated Wednesday July 3, 2024. The Lake was pretty crowded with tourists coming for the holiday. Lots of jet skis and waverunners out. There were some brave fishermen attempting to ply their trade, but they gave up by about 11:00 am. It's pretty safe, we're going to leave the river and lake alone for a few days, and hope they fill up with rainfall from the approaching Hurricane. Austin Fly Fishing Guides, San Antonio Fly Fishing Guides, New Braunfels Fly Fishing Guides, Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides, Canyon Lake Fishing Guide, Devils River Fishing Guides, Texas Fly Fishing Guides.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Current Report and Conditions: Updated Sunday June 7, 2024. The much anticipated hurricane missed us and we didn't get any affects whatsoever. The Guadalupe release from Canyon Lake was 72 cfs with clear water conditions. The Lake was crowded with 4th of July tourists and locals too. Even with lots of traffic, a few fishermen made the best of it and caught some nice stripers. The Guadalupe River had very little traffic and only a couple if fishermen. There was a nice BWO and Trico hatch with some caddis too. We saw a few sunfish and tiny bass rising for the insects. Canyon Lake Fishing Guide, Austin Fishing Guide, San Antonio Fishing Guide, New Braunfels Fishing Guide, Devils River Fishing Guide, San Marcos River Fishing Guide.

Canyon Lake and Fly Fishing the Guadalupe River Current Report and Conditions: Updated Tuesday July 9, 2024. Canyon Lake was slick as glass because there was no wind in the morning. The jet skis came in later and changed all of that. The water was clear with good bass action on topwater. We saw some stripers crashing shad on the surface too. The Guadalupe River was really quiet with almost no tubers and a couple of fishers. The release from Canyon Lake Dam was 72 cfs with clear water conditions. Austin Fly Fishing Guides, San Antonio Fishing Guides, New Braunfels Fishing Guides, Devils River Fishing Guides, San Marcos River Fly Fishing Guides, Austin Fly Fishing Lessons.