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Mark McGarrah with trophy Devils River Largemouth Bass

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Updated Monday December 29, 2014, Full day float from Rio to Lazy L and L produced too many Guadalupe trout to count.  Luckily we had some experienced fisher people.  Bill Cason and Kerry Howell joined Expedition Outfitters guide Kevin Stubbs for a fun filled day.  The weather started off cold but warmed into the mid 60's F.  We wish you were here!  

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Updated  Tuesday December 30, 2014.  Full day trip with Jamie Whetzal and his bud Jim from San Antonio Texas produced some nice Guadalupe Trout and a nice Carp too.  The weather was foggy and overcast with temps in the 40's but it wasn't too bad.  Expedition Outfitters has fly fishing classes, lessons and instruction in the San Antonio, Austin, and New Braunfels Texas areas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Wednesday December 31, 2014; evening scouting conditions at the third crossing on the Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake revealed quite a few fishermen and fisherwomen.  The conditions were overcast and temps in the low 40's F.  It was pretty windy, but still fishable.  The successful fly patterns proved to be tiny nymphs fished under an indicator.  Caddis emergers, Prince Nymphs and Girdle bugs were used as attractors above a size 22 drowned Trico spinner.  Expedition Outfitters offers guided fly fishing trips, fly fishing lessons, and fly fishing instruction in the Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas areas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Updated Thursday January 1, 2015.  New Years Day was cold and wet on the Guadalupe River with temperatures hovering in the mid 30's F.   The skies were overcast but that didn't stop a few tough souls that had the luck to get a kitchen pass away from the family.  There were a few successful anglers using nymphs and streamers.  The popular patterns proved to be the San Juan worm, Caddis emerger and various small midge patterns.  Of course, the streamers were bugger variations. Expedition Outfitters offers fly fishing classes, lessons and instruction in the Austin, New Braunfels and San Antonio Texas areas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Updated Friday January 2, 2015; Expedition Outfitters had a trip booked but we moved the trip to Saturday because the weather today sucked.  Temps hovered in the high 30's and low 40's F.  This temps weren't the problem...it was raining with dense fog too!

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Updated  Saturday January 3, 2015;  Full day trip with James and Collin produced several nice Guadalupe Trout in the 2-5 lb range.  The water was murky and chocolate from last night's rain but we really lucked out.  The winning fly was the prince nymph!  The weather was beautiful with blue skies and temps in the mid 60's F. Expedition Outfitters guides fly fishing trips and gives fly fishing lessons, classes and instruction in the Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels areas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Sunday January 4, 2015;  half day trip with Scott and Christiane produced three nice Guadalupe Trout.  It was their first time to fly fish...and they did great.  The wind was strong from the north making casting difficult.  Even with strong winds, the day was beautiful with clear blue skies and high temps in the upper 50's F.  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:  Updated Monday January 5, 2015; evening observations at the third crossing on the Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake revealed a few fishermen at the Action Angler access.  There were many smiles indicating success.  There were even a few fish taken on dries.  The evening was beautiful with clear skies and comfortable temperatures.  Expedition Outfitters guides fly fishing trips near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Tuesday January 6, 2014; evening scouting trip at the third crossing showed a few fly fishermen in the usual places.  The weather was very pleasant with clear blue skies and temps on th mid 60's F.  There was a small Caddis hatch but I didn't see any rising fish.  Expedition Outfitters guides fly fishing trips on the Guadalupe River near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.  We also offer fly fishing classes, lessons and instruction in the Texas Hill Country.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Report and River Conditions:  Wednesday January 7, 2015; Evening observations at the fourth crossing on the Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake showed no fishermen whatsoever.  The evening was beautiful with clear blues skies and temps in the low 50's F.  Expedition Outfitters offers fly fishing classes, lessons, and instruction in the Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas areas in the Hill Country.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Updated Thursday January 8, 2015:  Evening scouting trip at the third crossing produced a couple of nice Guadalupe trout.  The winning fly combination was a bead head Prince Nymph with a black midge dropper.  The strikes are subtle, so an indicator is a must while nymphing.   Expedition Outfitters guides fly fishing trips on the Guadalupe River.  We also offer fly fishing classes, lessons and instruction in the Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas areas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Updated Friday January 9, 2015;  Evening scouting trip at the fourth crossing on the Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake yielded several nice Guadalupe rainbow trout.  The Prince nymph was our attractor with an egg pattern dropper.  The key is using enough weight to get down to where the fish are.  The fish are generally in the moving water where it's too deep to see the bottom.  Be sure to use a strike indicator to alert you to the subtle bite.  When the trout tastes metal it will spit it out like Nolan Ryan used to be able to throw a baseball.  When the strike indicator starts to stop...set the hook.  Don't wait for it to go under...you might be too late.  Expedition Outfitters teaches fly fishing classes, lessons and hosts guded fly fishing trips on the Hill Country Rivers near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels, Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions: Updated Saturday January 10, 1015; Current conditions are ice fog with occasional ice pellets.  The temps are hovering right at 32 degrees F with dark overcast.  Despite the uncomfortable conditions there were a few hearty fly fishers on the Guadalupe River at the third crossing below Canyon Lake.  Expedition Outfitters cancelled and rescheduled the fly fishing trips we had booked.  The problem with this kind of weather...the fly line freezes in the guides.  Expedition Outfitters offers guided fly fishing trips on the Guadalupe River and other Hill Country streams.  Expedition Outfitters also teaches fly fishing classes, lessons and instruction near Austin, San Anonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Updated Sunday January 11, 2015; Evening scouting trip at the third crossing on the Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake revealed several eager Guadalupe Trout.  The early part of the day was overcast with light rain, ice pellets and fog.  The evening turned out great with calm winds, clear skies and warmer temps.  The popular fly combination was the Prince with a midge dropper.  Don't forget to use a strike indicator.  The takes are very subtle.  Expedition Outfitters offers guided fly fishing trips, fly fishing classes, fly fishing lessons and fly fishing instruction on the Hill Country Rivers near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Monday January 12, 2015;  Scouting trip at the third crossing on the Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake showed moderate morning temps in the high 30's and 40's F.  The morning was foggy and still for the most part making it easier to approach fish in shallow water.  About noon the conditions changed with the arrival of a cold front.  The bite slowed to non-existent and we left the river to warm up.  Can you believe it, the Bitch Creek attractor and the San Juan worm were the winning flies. Expedition Outfitters has the best and most experienced Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Updated Tuesday January 13, 2015.  Evening scouting trip at the third crossing showed nice conditions with temps in the high 50's F.  The skies were still overcast with calm winds.  The water was relatively clear with just enough current to get by.  Our successful fly was the "stone fly" pattern with an egg imitation dropper.  Be sure to use enough weight to get down.  A strike indicator is a must.  Expedition Outfitters teaches fly fishing classes, lessons and instruction in the Hill Country Rivers near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions: Wednesday January 14th, 2015 Observations at the third crossing showed a hand full of fishermen that had varying success.  The most popular fly of the day was the wolley bugger.  

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Thursday January 15, 2015; Expedition Outfitters guide Kevin Stubbs hosted Russ Blum and his buddy Dave from North Texas on a full day float from Rio to Lazy L and L.  The guys were pretty perceptive and caught on relatively fast because they were engineers analyzing every action.  We caught and rekleased several nice Guadalupe Trout and a huge Carp too.  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:  Updated  Friday January 16, 2015; evening scouting trip at the fourth crossing on the Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake revealed a few successful wade fishermen fly fishing for Guadalupe Rainbow Trout.  The popular flies  of the day were the egg pattern dropped under a stone fly nymph.  The evening was beautiful with clear blue skies and temps in the 60's F.   

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Updated Saturday January 17, 2015.  Observations at the third crossing showed quite a few successful fly fishermen.  The Prince Nymph was the most popular fly of the day.  The weather was beautiful with blue skies and temps in the 70's F.  Expedition Outfitters offers guided fly fishing trips on the Hill Country Rivers in Central and Southwest Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions: January 18, 2015; Half day scouting float with Garrett Gordy from Houston produced too many Guadalupe River rainbow trout to count.  The majority of the action was on a Prince Nymph dropped under a Bitch Creek Nymph...Go Figure.  The day was beautiful with clear blue skies and temps in the high 60's F.  Wish you were here!  Please see pictures below.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Updated Monday January 19, 2015.  Evening scouting observations at the third crossing on the Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake revealed quite a few fishermen.  The evening was very pleasant with blue skies and temps in the lower 70's F.  The popular fly of the day was the Pheasant tail nymph.  It was dropped below a Prince attractor or a Bitch Creek Nymph.  Expedition Outfitters offers fly fishing instruction, classes and lessons near Austin Texas, San Antonio Texas, and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Updated Tuesday January 20, 2015; morning observations at the third crossing on the Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake revealed several fishermen arriving at dawn to see a gorgeous blue bird day.  The temps started out in the low 40's F. but we're headed toward a daytime high of 77 degrees F.  If today is like yesterday, we'll see a prolific Trico hatch.  The river is running clear and cold right now, don't forget your waders.  Expedition Outfitters has Trout Unlimited Endorsed Guides. serving you and the environment!

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Thursday January 22, 2015;  evening observations at the third crossing on the Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake revealed several dumbass guides and several dumb ass fishermen who neglected to monitor and watch the radar and conditions.  There were numerous fishermen caught in a severe thunderstorm becuase their guides did not pay attention to changing conditions.  We cut all of our trips short today because we saw the weather approaching.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Friday January 23, 2015; Due to heavy rains and steady temps in the high 30's F, we decided to reschedule the Guadalupe guide trips we had scheduled.  Once again, there were a few folks out with questionable judgement.  If one fell into the water and got wet, the situation becomes life threatening in these conditions.  Expedition Outfitters offers guided fly fishing trips on the lower Guadalupe River and other Hill Country streams.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report  and River Conditions:  Saturday January 24 2105;  full day trip with Dave Kozel and his friends Mark and Nick produced too many Guadalupe Trout to count.  The day started out cold but warmed to comfortable conditions.  Please see pictures below.  The prince Nymph was the best fly.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Friday January 30, 2015;  evening observations at the third crossing on the Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake showed quite a few flyfishers taking advantage of reasonably mild conditions with partly cloudy skies and temps in the 60's F.  Reports indicated moderate to great success in landing and releasing Guadalupe River rainbow trout.  The Prince Nymph was one of the favorite fly patterns mentioned.  The Zug Bug was another successful pattern credited with catching many good trout.  Expedition Outfitters offers fly fishing classes, lessons and instruction near Austin, New Braunfels and San Antonio Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Updated Sunday February 1, 2015; evening observations at the third crossing on the Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake showed a handful of fishers with a kitchen pass from their wives.  The crowd was reduced because of people preparing for the Stupid Bowl.  The evening was beautiful with temps in the mid 60's to mid 70's F.  Oh yea, the bite was reported to be pretty good with quite a few Guadalupe Trout being caught and released.  The popular fly of the day was the Bitch Creek Nymph.  Expedition Outfitters offers fly fishing classes, lessons and instruction in the Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas areas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides and River Report  Conditions:  Monday Feb. 2, 2015.  Evening observations at the third crossing on the Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake revealed a small number of fly fishers.  The evening was a little overcast with temps topping out arond 49 degrees F. After talking to many different anglers the best fly for the day was the Bitch Creek Nymph.  Don't doubt me.  Or maybe it was the Biotch Creek Nymph.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Updated, Tuesday February 3, 2015.  Evening fly fishing report at the third crossing on the Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake showed several successful anglers.  The successful flies were the Bitch Creek, Zug Bug and Caddis emerger.  Expedition Outfitters offers fly fishing classes, lessons and instruction in the Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels areas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Updated Saturday February 7, 2015; Full day float with Tim Gordy and his buddy Roy produced several hook ups with hard fighting Guadalupe trout.  The weather was spring like with skies clearing about 12:00 noon.  There were quite a few people on the water in kayaks, guide rafts etc.  The special fly of the day was the lowely Prince Nymph.  Expedition Outfitters offers fly fishing guide trips on Texas Hill Country Rivers.  We also offer fly fishing classes, lessons and instruction in the Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas areas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Updated Monday February 9th, 2015.  Evening observations at the third crossing on the Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake revealed only a couple of fishermen.  The day was beautiful with Spring like conditions of clear blue skies and temps in the low 80's F.  There were several nice Guadalupe Trout caught and released using nymph patterns according to the respondents.  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:  Updated Tuesday February 10, 2015.  Evening observations at the third crossing on the Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake revealed a couple of successful fly fishermen.  The evening was beautiful with temps in the high 70's F.  The popular fly was the Elk Hair Caddis.  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:  Updated Saturday February 14, 2015.  Expedition Outfitters' guide Kevin Stubbs joined Matt and Kim for a Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Trip.  They were beginners, but they caught on fast.  Please see picture above.  The winning fly of the day was the Zug Bug.  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:  Updated Sunday February 15, 2015; evening observations at the third crossing on the Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake revealed a handful of successful fishers.  There was a nice Trico hatch earlier in the day.  Fish were feeding on drowned spinners throughout the afternoon.  The day started out with light rain showers, but cleared toward evening with temps in the mid 60's F.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Updated Monday February 16, 2015; evening scouting observations at the third crossing on the Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake revealed several hearty fly fishers.  The weather was raw with cold winds and light rain.  The evening cleared  with blue skies and moderate winds.  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:  Updated Tuesday February 17, 2105; evening observations at the third crossing on the Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake showed a couple of successful fishers.  The evening was beautiful with clear blue skies and temps in the mid 60's F.  The successful fly fishers reported the fly formerly known as Prince was the hands down favorite.  Expedition Outfitters offers fly fishing guide trips near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Updated Wednesday February 18, 20115; evening observations at the third crossing below Canyon Lake showed only a couple of fly fishers.  They said they got a little top water action on a pretty light Caddis hatch.   The weather was beautiful with clear blue skies and temps in the mid 60's F.  Expedition Outfitters offers fly fishing guide trips, fly fishing lessons, fly fishing instruction near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Thursday February 19, 2015; Full day float with Shane and his brother Mark produced some nice, hard fighting Guadalupe Trout.  We went from Rio to Lazy L and L; about three river miles.  The weather was beautiful with clear blue skies and high temps in the low 70's F.  The Prince Nymph was the hot fly of the day.  Expedition Outfitters offers guided fly fishing trips, fly fishing classes, and fly instruction near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels, Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Updated Friday February 20, 2015.   Two boat, three mile float with Jayme Sperring, his dad and brother etal produced quite a few hard fighting Guadalupe Trout.  The best fly of the day was the lowly Prince Nyph,  Rob landed a Guadalupe Rainbow trout in the 6-7 lb range on 5X tippet.  The day started out with gusty southeast winds but ended up in the high 70's F.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Saturday February 21, 2015; Guadalupe Trout fishing guide trip with Cameron Tyer and his buddy Danny yielded some hard fighting fish that were caught and released unharmed.  The special fly of the day was the Zug Bug.  The weather was spring like with temps approaching 80"s F.  There were partly cloudy skies and a moderate amount of fishermen out.  Expedition Outfitters offers guided fly fishing trips, fly fishing lessons, classes and instruction near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions: Thursday February 26, 2015; evening observations at the third crossing over the Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake revealed no fishermen.  The weather was fine but everybody must have other responsibilities.  There was no visible insect hatch.  Expedition Outfitters offers fly fishing guide trips in the Texas Hill Country.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Saturday February 28, 2015; morning observations at the third crossing on the Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake revealed my good friend, Chris Jackson from Action Angler saddling up on his raft for a frosty guide trip on the Guadalupe River.  The conditions are raw with cold, icy rain at 32 degrees F, although the forecast calls for 70 degrees F. two days from now.  Expedition Outfitters offers fly fishing, classes, instruction and lessons near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels, Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Monday March 2, 2015; Greg Smith is hosted Paul Hanusa and one of his sons for a Guadalupe Trout fishing trip.  The day started out overcast with temps in the mid 40's F.  The forecast called for rain but it didn't happen.  The guys hooked several nice Guadalupe Trout on Nymphs and streamers.  Expedition Outfitters offers guided fly fishing trips, fly fishing lessons, fly fishing classes and instruction on the rivers near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Devils River Fly Fishing Scouting Report and River Conditions:  Wednesday March 3, 2015; Whirlwind trip to Sycamore Canyon Ranch on the Devils revealed a beautiful river with no other humans whatsoever.  We did see Golden Eagles, Red Tailed Hawks, a Zone Tailed hawk and other beautiful birds including a Green Kingfisher too.  The weather was spring like ahead of an Arctic Front.  We didn't go to fish, we were doing some improvements at the ranch cabin.  We high tailed it before the freezing rain and sleet hit.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide trips and river conditions:  Updated Tuesday March 10, 2015; full day trip with Jim and his son Pat produced several nice Guadalupe trout in the 3-4 lb range but we also managed to land a 25 lb Long Nosed Gar on 6 lb tippet.  The pre-historic fish was huge and it almost kicked our ass!  The weather was pleasant with clear blue skies in the evening.  The Guadalupe River was up almost 50% overnight.  We had a good Trico  and BWO hatch.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Updated Wednesday March 11, 2015; evening observations at the third crossing over the Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake revealed no fishermen or women.  The evening was nice with temps in the low 60's F.  The river flow was up with recent rains and things are looking good!  Expedition Outfitters offers fly fishing classes, lessons and instruction near San Antonio, Austin and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Thursday March 12, 2015; Private fly fishing lesson with Mark Ureste and his family from San Antonio produced four new fly fishers.  Everybody listened carefully and executed the instructions exactly.  The Ureste family purchased their equipment from the Tackle Box Outfitters in San Antonio and they got some top notch gear at a very fair price.  Expedition Outfitters offers fly fishing guide trips, fly fishing lessons, fly fishing instruction on the Hill Country Rivers in Central Texas.

Guadalupe River  Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Friday, March 13th, 2015; evening observations at the third crossing on River Road below Canyon Lake revealed only a couple of fishermen and women.  The popular fies of the day were a Caddis with a Zug Bug dropper.  Who could figure?  The evening was beautiful with clear blue skies and temps in the low 70's 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 Guides Report and River Conditions:  Saturday March 14, 2015;  Full day guide trip with Erick Phillips and his son Michael from Austin yielded several Guadalupe Trout.  Michael caught and released his family's all time, biggest rainbow trout.  This fish was a male bruiser in the 6 lb class.  The fish fought like hell and we had to chase it with the raft.  During the battle, this huge trout went under the boat several times straining the rod, angler and tippet (5X) to the breaking point.  Michael landed the fish with a size 22 Trico "drowned spinner."  The weather was awesome with clear blue skies and temps in the mid 70's F.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Updated Monday March 16, 2015; evening observations at the third crossing on the Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake revealed no fishers.  The weather closed in with light rain and fog.  The forecast calls for rain the next couple of days.  Hope so, we need it!  Expedition Outfitters offers guided fly fishing trips in the Texas Hill Country near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Updated Wednesday March 18, 2015; evening observations at the third crossing on the Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake revealed two fishermen.  They said the winning fly was the Guadalupana designed by Lefty Ray Chapa.  The day was beautiful with temps in the mid 70's F. and clear blue skies.  Expedition Outfitters offers fly fishing guide trips, fly fishing lessons and fly fishing instruction near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Updated Thursday March 19. 2015; evening observations at the third crossing over the Guadaupe River below Canyon Lake revealed no fishermen or fisherwomen.  Temps in the high 70's F. were enjoyed by all.  The skies were clear with puffy white clouds.  There was a nice Caddis, Trico and PMD hatch this evening but very few rising fish.  Expedition Outfitters offers fly fishing guide trips, fly fishing lessons, fly fishing classes near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Updated Friday March 20, 2015; evening observations at the third crossing over the Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake revealed no fishermen.  The weather was tentative with thunderstorms on the way.  We welcome the rain because it recharges our aquifer and spring fed river.  Expedition Outfitters teaches fly fishing classes , fly fishing lessons and fly fishing instruction near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Updated Saturday March 21, 2015.  Evening observations at the third crossing on the Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake revealed no fishers.  The weather cleared from recent rains and the last part of the day was epic.  We cancelled our guide trips today because of non-stop rainy conditions.  Tomorrow should be great!









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