Fly Fishing Llano River
Fly Fishing Llano River

Look for the Llano River Cover Story written by Expedition Outfitter's guide Kevin Stubbs in Southwest Fly Fishing Magazine. 

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Fly Fishing Llano River
Fly Fishing Llano River

Llano River Fly Fishing Guide
Llano River Fly Fishing Guide

Fly Fishing Llano River, near Mason, Texas
Fly Fishing Llano River

The Llano River is a pristine, spring-fed hill country stream chocked full of bass and sunfish.  There are abundant carp and long-nosed gar, to sight cast to, as well.

It has spectacular examples of diverse geology; with granite, schists, slate, and red sandstone.  These formations stand out in cliffs climbing 500 feet above the river.  The river has a bed rock bottom with periods of sorted gravel.  There are boulders the size of a one bedroom house in places, giving shelter to fish in 20 feet of water.

There is very little development along the shores, but plentiful wildlife including whitetail deer,
wild turkey, and numerous rare species including birds of prey.  Bald Eagles have been seen recently nesting in the area.

Our Llano float trips are conducted near Mason, Texas.  There are two different sections we fish; one section is about 4 river miles and the other is about 7 river miles.

We float and fish the Llano in 14 foot custom whitewater rafts. It's the best way to access these remote waters. 

Llano River
Llano River Fly Fishing Guide

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Fly Fishing Llano River