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Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Report and River Conditions:  Tuesday November 24, 2015;  Guadalupe River Chapter of Trout Unlimited stocked several thousand full sized rainbow trout in the Guadalupe River today.  The weather was overcast with temps in the 50's and 60's F.  Please see the video below.

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Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides

 

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Tuesday December 22, 2015; evening scouting trip at the third crossing produced a good representation of the Guadalupe River condition.  The Canyon Dam release was 575 cfs.  The fly of the day was the "Prince Nymph" again with the majority of the guides reporting.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Updated Wednesday December 23, 2015; evening scouting trip with friends at the fourth crossing produced several nice Guadalupe trout on streamers and nymphs.  The hot fly of the day was the Clouser Minnow.  The weather was beautiful with high temps in the low 80's F.  The Canyon Dam release was 575 cfs with creeks and springs adding another 50 cfs.  Expedition Outfitters offers fly fishing guide trips on the Texas Hill Country rivers.

Guadalupe River Fishing Guide Report and River Conditions:  Updated Thursday  December 24, 2015...Christmas Eve!  The weather in the lower Guadalupe River Valley didn't look like winter.  The morning started out with clear blue skies but the fog rolled in about 8:30 am and overcast skies followed for a couple of hours.  The afternoon was beautiful with clear blue skies and temps in the mid 70's F.  The release from Canyon Dam was 575 cubic feet per second.  A quick scouting trip with friends produced several nice Guadalupe trout on nymphs.  The Nymph formerly known as Prince was the best producer on a tandem rig.

Guadalupe Trout Fishing Guide Report and River Conditions:  Updated Friday December 25, 2015... Christmas day.  The Canyon Dam release rate was 575 cfs with creeks and springs adding another 50 cfs.  The weather was beautiful with warm temps that topped out in the low 70's F.  There was one fisherman on the water this morning at the third crossing and he caught and released several nice Guadalupe Trout on nymphs drifted under an indicator.

Guadalupe River Fishing Guide Report and River Conditions:  Updated Saturday December 26, 2015; evening fishing trip with friends at the fourth crossing to Cliff View (about 6 miles) produced some epic Guadalupe trout on nymphs.  The weather was warm and overcast with temps in the mid 70's F.  The Canyon Dam release was 575 cfs.  Wish you were here!

Guadalupe Fishing Guide Report and River Conditions:  Monday December 28, 2015; Canyon Dam release about 575 cfs with creeks and springs adding another 50 cfs to the flow.  Six mile float with long time client and good friend Bill Cason (Kerry didn't make it because she had a cold) produced too many Guadalupe Rainbow Trout to count.  The day started off with temps around freezing with clear blue skies and high winds.  Later in the day temps topped out in the high 40's making things a little more comfortable.  There were tons of guide boats on the water but we managed to stay ahead of the pack.  Our best fly of the day was the San Juan worm with a stone fly attractor.

 

Guadalupe River Fishing Guide Report and River Condition:  Tuesday December 29th, 2015; Canyon Dam release was about 575 cfs with nice whitewater rapids in places.  The water temp was around 60 degrees F. and it was relatively clear with a green tint.  Bud Sartain and his lovely friend Judy Foppiano hooked several Guadalupe Trout.  They were new to fly fishing and the Guadalupe but did a great job.  The weather was on the cool side with temps in the high 50's F.  Our best fly was the San Juan Worm.  Please see photo below.

 

Guadalupe Fishing Guide Report near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas:  Friday January 1st, 2016; Canyon Dam release was 325 cubic feet per second with springs and creeks adding another 50 cfs.  The weather was overcast with sporadic light rain showers.  Eevening scouting trip with friends produced several Guadalupe Trout on nymphs.  Expedition Outfitters offers fly fishing classes, lessons and instruction.

Guadalupe Trout Fishing Guide Report and River Conditions:  Updated Saturday January 2, 2016; we cancelled our trip today with 100 percent chance of rain and high temps in the low 40's F.  We did see some less fortunate folks fishing with guides on the river however.  They were either really tough...or stupid...or both.  Expedition Outfitters offers guided fly fishing trips in the Texas Hill Country near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe Trout Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Sunday January 3, 2016; Canyon Dam release about 300 cfs with creeks and springs adding another 60 cfs; evening guide training trip at the third crossing on the Guadalupe River was successful with several nice fish being landed by the trainee.  Our best pattern was the Stonefly nymph.  The weather was beautiful with clear blue skies and temps in the high 50's F.  Expedition Outfitters offers fly fishing lessons, classes and instruction near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe Fly Fishing Guide Report and River Conditions:  Monday January 4, 2016; evening fishing trip with friends produced several nice Guadalupe Trout.  The weather was perfect with clear blue skies and temps in the high 50's F.  Canyon Dam release was 325 cfs with creeks and springs adding another 40 cfs.  The water was clear with light green tint.  Our best fly was the Prince Nymph.  Expedition Outfitters offers fly fishing classes, lessons and instruction near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Report and River Conditions:  Wednesday January 6, 2016;  evening observations at the third crossing below Canyon Lake revealed a couple of successful fly fishers.  The Canyon Dam release was 325 cubic feet per second.  The water was relatively clear with green tint.  The temperatures were in the high 40's with light rain at times.  The successful fly fishers reported girdle bugs and stone fly nymphs were the winning flies of the day.  Expedition Outfitters offers fly fishing classes, lessons and instruction near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Saturday January 9, 2016; six mile guided Guadalupe River float with Alex Lee and his buddy Dave from Austin produced too many Guadalupe to count.  The hot fly was the Prince Nymph.  The flow was 425 cubic feet per second.  The skies were clear with cold temps in the morning and very nice temps in the afternoon.  The best fly was the San Juan worm.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide report and River Conditions:  Wednesday January 13, 2016; Full day float from the fourth crossing covering six miles downstream produced quite a few Guadalupe River Rainbow Trout on Nymphs.  Canyon Dam release was 400 cubic feet per second.  The day was beautiful with clear blue skies and daytime temps in the high 60's F.  Roy Woodward and his friend Mark from Houston joined us for a fun filled day.  Expedition Outfitters offers guided fly fishing trips on the Texas Hill Country Rivers.

Guadalupe River Fishing Guide Report and River Conditions: Saturday January 16, 2016; GRTU stocked thousands more full sized fish today in the "Trophy trout" section of the Guadalupe River today.  The weather was overcast and unstable with light rain showers.  The temp was 57 degrees F.  Expedition Outfitters offers guided fly fishing trips in the Texas Hill Country near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Report and River Condition:  Sunday January 17, 2016; Expedition Outfitters guide Kevin Stubbs worked at the TPWD and GRTU sponsored Trout Unlimited Youth Camp.  The kids learned insects, fly casting, helped stock fish in the river and more!  Our guys caught and released a couple of really nice Guadalupe Trout while floating.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Friday January 22, 2016; six mile float from Rio to a private take out yielded too many Guadalupe trout to count.  Many fish were in the 16 inch range but we also had a few state stockers coming in our nets.  The day was beautiful with clear blue skies and temps in the high 50's F.  The release from Canyon Lake was about 325 cfs with creeks adding another 20 cfs.  The hot fly of the day was the Prince nymph and Zug Bug.

 

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Report and River Conditions:  Saturday January 23, 2016; two boat trip with Corey and his buddies, Bruce, Leo and Alejandro produced quite a few Guadalupe Rainbow Trout while nymphing.  The new guys were quick at learning fly fishing and Bruce and Corey did well too.  The weather started off cool with temps around freezing but the day warmed quickly to comfortable temps.  The release from Canyon Dam was around 350 cfs.  Our hot fly of the day was a San Juan Worm.  One of our guys is pictured below with a nice Guadalupe Trout.

 

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Report and River Conditions:  Monday January 25, 2016; evening observations at the third crossing below Canyon Lake revealed a few fisher people that had good success targeting Guadalupe Rainbow Trout.  The weather was perfect with clear blue skies and afternoon temps in the low 70's F.  The Canyon Dam release was 250 cubic feet per second.  The best fly of the day was reported to be the Stone Fly Nymph with rubber legs.

Guadalupe Fishing Guide Report and River Conditions:  Tuesday January 26, 2016; afternoon observations at the third crossing on the Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake showed moderate thundershowers with cooler temps.  The release from Canyon Dam was 250 cfs.  There were a couple of hardy souls braving the elements and trying their luck at trout fishing.  They decided to high tail it and run when the lightning strikes became closer and closer to their wading spots.  Maybe they remembered: water is a great conductor of electricity!

Guadalupe Fishing Guide Report and River Conditions:  Friday January 29. 2016.  Joe and his buddies from Colorado hired a two boat trip for a six mile float from Rio to Gardo's.  We caught and released over 15 Guadalupe Trout.  The weather was beautiful with clear blue skies and temps in the 70's F.  The hot fly of the day was the Prince Nymph.  The release from Canyon Dam was 225 cubic feet per second.

 

Guadalupe Fly Fishing Guide Report and River Conditions: Monday February 1, 2016; Six mile float with Paul Myers from Idaho produced too many Guadalupe Trout to count.  The weather was great with clear blue skies and shirt sleeve weather topping out at 75 degrees F.  The flow was 220 cubic feet per second.  The water was relatively clear with chalky green tint.  There was a prolific hatch with BWO's, Tricos, Caddis and Midges coming off.  Even with tons of bugs on the water very few fish were rising.  We got all of our fish while nymphing.