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Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Guide and Canyon Lake Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Sunday October 30, 2022. Guadalupe River flow was clear and cold and the weather was beautiful with clear blue skies and comfortable temps. We didn't see any major hatches while we were scouting, but they may have happened later in the day. We saw a couple of guide boats out looking for trout holdovers. We didn't see any wade fishermen though. Canyon Lake was slick and stripers were schooling in front of the dam again. There were a couple of boats following the action, but we didn't see them hook up. There were reports of white bass schooling at the mouth of the river though. Expedition Outfitters provides guided trout fishing trips on the Guadalupe River and we target other species on the rivers and lakes in the Austin area, San Antonio area and New Braunfels area too.

Guadalupe Trout Guide and Canyon Lake Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Monday October 31, 2022. Guadalupe River flow was cold and clear with a good Mayfly hatch in the morning. We didn't stick around very long to see if any fish began rising. We didn't see very many fishermen, but the ones we saw were targeting rainbows on the upper part of the trophy trout zone in the tube loop. The weather was nice with partly cloudy skies and comfortable temps. Canyon Lake was quiet with a few bass boats out chasing tournament tournament fish. We heard there were some good largemouths, brought in and released. The water was slick most of the day, so you could see any surface activity. We offer guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction on the Texas Hill Country Rivers and Lakes in the Austin area, San Antonio area and New Braunfels too.

Guadalupe River Trout Guide and Canyon Lake Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Wednesday November 2, 2022. Guadalupe River flow was clear and cold. The weather started out overcast, but became a beautiful partly cloudy fall day. There were some Caddis and Damsel flies hatching with a few fish rising for the bugs. We didn't see any fishermen in the usual places, but the conditions were right. Canyon Lake Fishing Guide report was white bass staging outside of Crane's Mill Marina. The stripers were still hitting topwater near the dam too. You know, the best Christmas Gift is a Gift Certificate for a fly fishing trip from Expedition Outfitters. They are on sale right now too!

Guadalupe Trout Fishing Guide and Canyon Lake Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Friday November 4, 2022. Canyon Dam release was clear and cold into the Guadalupe River Tailwater. The day was marked by some much needed rain. The wind was from the Southeast bringing up moisture from the Gulf of Mexico. The afternoon cleared up with a mild cold front moving through. The next couple of days should be clear and cool with low due points. Canyon Lake was pretty choppy with 2-3 foot waves in the open water. The wind was gusting to 30 mph, making for tough fishing conditions. Don't forget Christmas is just around the corner and a fly fishing gift certificate will make your outdoors person very happy!

Devils River Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Monday November 7, thru Thursday November 10, 2022. Two day guided trip with Gordon McHaney, Spencer McHaney, Sarah McHaney and their friend Bo produced too many bass to count. the weather smiled on us with comfortable temps, and partly cloudy skies. We stayed at the 8,700 acre Sycamore Canyon Ranch. Luckily, everyone was proficient at fly fishing and the game changer fly was our ticket to success. We visited Dolan Falls and had fire grilled meals and a few adult beverages. Expedition Outfitters is the leading guide service on the Devils River with access to several beautiful ranches.

Guadalupe River Trout Fly Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Current Conditions: Updated Friday November 18, 2022. Guadalupe River flow was cold and clear at 68.7 cfs and 55 degrees F at the dam. Guadalupe River Chapter of Trout Unlimited stocked full size rainbow trout, up to 5 lbs in the trophy trout zone, this morning. The weather was overcast with temps in the 40's this morning...perfect stocking conditions. The fish seemed bewildered at first, but they quickly found a favorite spot, or paired up to spawn. Yes, these are brood fish from the hatchery and they readily spawn during favorable conditions and timing. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips on the Guadalupe River near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe Trout Guide Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Saturday November 19, 2022. Guadalupe River flow was clear and cold. The weather was raw with steady rain around 40 degrees with 100% humidity. We rescheduled our trips today. The fishermen who were brave enough to go out, didn't stay long. They returned to their cars shivering. The bite was slow for the brave souls that risked it.

Guadalupe Trout Guide Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Sunday November 20, 2022. The Guadalupe River was not crowded in the trophy trout zone today. Even though the weather was pleasant with no rain and overcast skies. The temps hovered in the mid to high 40's, as a few people got a chance to fish for the newly stocked rainbow trout. The fish were hungry and eager to bite. They were not picky with fly selection, but the usual go to flies were squirmy worms and egg patterns. There were lots of fish in the 2 to 3 pound range. They were brightly colored and really healthy. The flow was slow, but streamers were working too. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trout trips on the Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake Dam. We offer fly fishing lessons near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas too.

Guadalupe Trout Fishing Guide Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Tuesday November 22, 2022. The morning was filled with cold rain and fog, so we delayed our fishing until it quit. Luckily, everyone was flexible and it worked out fine. The afternoon was overcast and starting to dry out. The rainbow trout were hungry and we fed them flies. They were pissed off and we caught and released some hard fighting fish. The water flow was pretty low, but very fishable. Egg patterns and San Juan worms were working well. Since the weather was less than perfect, there were very few people out. Did you know our Gift Cards/ Gift Certificates are on sale right now? Fly fishing is the perfect gift for the hard to please outdoors man, or outdoors woman.

Guadalupe Trout Guide Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Wednesday November 23, 2022. Jason Parchman and his son Cameron joined us for a great day of fly fishing the Guadalupe River. On Cameron's 3rd cast, he hooked, landed...and released a five pound trophy Guadalupe Trout. He put the 6 weight and the 4x tippet to the test. The fish fought hard and he still was able to land it in the fast current. We moved upstream after that and caught another 15 Guadalupe trout. It was cool and overcast without too much wind. The flow was cold and clear giving us ideal conditions. Our full day trip didn't cover a lot of miles, because the fish were concentrated in a side channel. There were a few other fly fishers out, but they were struggling without a guide. Don't forget, our Gift Cards/Gift Certificates are on sale right now, for a limited time. They make the perfect Christmas Present for the outdoors person in your life!

Guadalupe Trout Guide Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Saturday November 26, 2022. The Guadalupe River flow was cold and clear with quite a few fly fishers on the water. The wind was pretty strong as a cold front was blowing in. The leaves on the trees were in full fall color. We did a short scouting trip and found that egg flies and San Juan Worms were doing the trick. The fish we landed were really strong and thick rainbows. Some were full of eggs and ready to spawn. We didn't see them on redds, but it was probably happening somewhere. Don't forget the perfect Christmas Gift is the Gift of Fly Fishing! Our Gift Cards/Gift Certificates are on sale right now.

Guadalupe River Trout Fly Fishing Guides and Current Conditions: Sunday November 27, 2022. The Guadalupe River Flow was clear and cold and the day was beautiful with clear blue skies and comfortable temps in the low 70's. There were a lot fewer people on the water today and the river was fishing great. There were caddis flies and some Tricos hatching too. We didn't see any topwater action, but nymphing was the ticket, as usual. The best flies are still egg patterns and San Juan Worms. The fall colors right now are beautiful, even though we are past peak. Don't forget, our Gift Cards/Gift Certificates are on sale right now, and that makes the best Christmas Gift for the love ones are your list!

Guadalupe Trout Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Tuesday November 29, 2022. Guadalupe River Flow was clear and cold about 70 cfs. The water temp was 56 degrees F at the tailrace. The day was awesome with spring like temps in the high 70's with partly cloudy skies. The were multiple hatches today with caddis, Tricos, and Damsels coming off. There were a few fish rising to the bugs, but not a lot. There were very few fishermen out and the one's we talked to were catching good numbers of rainbow trout. Egg patterns, Pat's Rubber legs and San Juan worms were doing the best. Don't forget to give the gift of fly fishing with an Expedition Outfitters Gift Card/Gift Certificate; your family will really enjoy nature and wildlife together! 

Guadalupe Trout Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Friday December 2, 2022. Guadalupe River Flow was 70.1 cfs with clear water conditions. Scouting trip near the third crossing revealed lots of big rainbow trout. Some were actually on nests, or redds. The fish that were roaming without mates, readily ate our flies. We were using egg patterns and San Juan worms. Sometimes we used a girdle bug pattern successfully. The were very few fishermen out and the weather was pleasant. We are suggesting fly fishing Gift Cards/Gift Certificates for the perfect Christmas Gift this year, and they are sale priced with discounts! 

Guadalupe Trout Fly Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Sunday December 4, 2022. The day was cool and overcast with fog and light drizzle. The fish didn't care because the bite was good. There were very few people on the river because of the raw conditions. The Guadalupe River Flow was clear and cold at about 72 cfs measured at Canyon Dam. The preferred flies were the prince nymph with a bead head Hare's Ear. The were good reports about Caddis Emergers too. Give the Gift of Fly Fishing this Christmas! Our Gift Cards/Gift Certificates are on sale right now with substantial discounts!

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Guide Report and Current Conditions: Monday December 5, 2022. Guadalupe River flow was 70.2 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The morning started off foggy with light rain. The afternoon cleared and was partly cloudy with temps in the 70's. The river was uncrowded except for a very few fishermen at Rio and CVC. They reported good action on nymphs with the stone fly nymph being the favorite. They said quite a few rainbows were rising too.

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Saturday December 10, 2022. Half day lesson with Norman and Casey from Austin produced 2 new Fly Fishers and we caught and released several Guadalupe Trout.

Guadalupe River Trout Guide Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Saturday December 17,2022. Half day trip with Steve Kramr and his buddy Mike from Dallas produced too many Guadalupe Trout to count. The red squirmy worm was the great performer but the Prince Nymph worked too. It started out cloudy and cold,but the skies cleared and it was great afternoon with sunshine and temps in the 60's F. Don't forget, our gift certificates make the best Christmas Gifts and they are on sale at $50 off. Oh yea, the Guadalupe River was flowing at 70 cfs with clear and cold conditions.

Guadalupe Trout Guide Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Monday December 19, 2022. Guadalupe River flow below Canyon Lake Dam was 71.2 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The day was forecast for 100 % chance of rain and high temps in the mid 40's. Luckily, we were able to reschedule the trips we had planned. There were only a couple of fishers on the water and they were wet, and chilled to the bone. Hey, we want to keep this fun and not promote suffering, Ha! The rainbow trout bite has been good on nymphs and streamers. Don't forget, the best Christmas present is a fly fishing trip or lesson...and all of our gift certificates are on sale!

Guadalupe River Trout Guide Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Tuesday December 20, 2022. Canyon Lake Dam release was 71 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The day was cool and overcast with temps in the 40's and low 50's. There were quite a few fly fishers on the water today because they probably had Christmas leave time. The winds switched to the Northwest from East and Southeast with a cold front passage. The best flies today for Guadalupe trout were streamers, egg patterns, stonefly nymphs and San Juan Worms. Don't forget to buy your discounted fly fishing gift certificate for Christmas! Your family will love the Christmas present!

Guadalupe Trout Fishing Guide Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Wednesday December 21, 2022. Canyon Lake Dam release was 71 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The morning started out with fog and light rain and temps in the lower 40's. Not suitable for man nor beast, but the fish don't care...they are already wet. I hate that effin saying, along with, you should have been here yesterday. The afternoon cleared and the skies became partly cloudy with temps in the high 40's. There were a few bugs hatching, but not a lot. The best fly fishing related gift, is an Expedition Outfitters gift certificate...and they are on sale!

Guadalupe Fly Fishing Guides Rainbow Trout Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Thursday December 22, 2022. The morning started off nice with temps in the 50's and partly cloudy skies. The Guadalupe River flow is 70 cfs with clear and cold water being released from Canyon Lake Dam. There was a nice BWO and Trico hatch but no fish rising yet. The were a few micro-caddis earlier. The are quite a few fishers on the water trying to get some trout fishing in before the big cold front. It's scheduled to arrive this afternoon and drop temps into the teens. The wind is going to howl making casting difficult. Get your Dad and Brother and Sister a fly fishing trip for Christmas! Our Gift Cards/Gift Certificates are on sale right now!

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Monday December 26, 2022. Canyon Lake Dam release into the Guadalupe River was 72.1 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The day started off cold (for here) around 26 degrees but it quickly warmed to the 60's by afternoon. There were quite a few fishers on the water and it seemed everyone was catching fish. We didn't see a big hatch but it could have happened after we got off the water. The clear blue skies were good to fish under for sure. The downside, is the fish gets to study your fly and may give you a rejection. High quality flies with light tippet are the go to.

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Guides Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Wednesday December 28, 2022. Guadalupe River flow was 67.2 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. There were quite a few people fishing today with shirt sleeve weather and partly cloudy skies. The were quite a few bugs hatching and a few people were getting rainbows on dry flies. The were Caddis, Damsels and Mayflies hatching. The fish that were rising, were in the shallow runs and riffles. 5X tippet is recommended with monofilament leaders instead of fluorocarbon (fluoro sinks). The access was full at Action Angler and Rio Guadalupe Resort was really busy too.

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Guides Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Saturday December 31, 2022. Half day lesson/trip with Rob Abbott and his buddies from Australia, Quincey and Rich made two new fly fishers. Rob had experience and watched his biddies catch and release some big Guadalupe rainbow trout. The weather was nice with partly cloudy skies and temps in the afternoon were in the 70's. The Canyon Lake Dam release was 72.4 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. Our best flies were the Prince Nymph and and stonefly nymph combination. 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!

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Guide Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated, Monday January 2, 2023. The Canyon Lake Dam release was 67.2 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The morning started out foggy and overcast with light rain at times. The sun peeked through around lunchtime. There were several insect hatches today including damsels, tricos, bwo's and some caddis too. The fish weren't rising while we were out, but they probably did in the afternoon. There were quite a few fishers out on the water and some of them knew what they were doing...ha!! There were actually quite a few rainbow trout that were caught and released. Our services include Canyon Lake Fishing Guide, Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Guide, and New Braunfels Fly Fishing Guide, San Antonio Texas Fly Fishing Guide, Austin Fly Fishing Guide. We also have fly fishing classes, lessons, and instruction in the Austin area, San Antonio area and New Braunfels Fly Fishing too.

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Guides Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Tuesday January 3, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release into the Guadalupe River 67.2 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. Our scouting trip was brief, but effective. The were quite a few fishers on the river today, but not overly crowded. The morning started off overcast with winds switching to the northwest from southeast. We didn't see a significant insect hatch, but we were only out for a short period. Expedition Outfitters provides Austin fly fishing trips, San Antonio Fly Fishing trips, and New Braunfels Fly Fishing trips.

Guadalupe Trout Fishing Guide Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Wednesday January 4, 2023. Guadalupe River flow was 67 cfs in the trophy trout section. The water was clear and cold emerging from the bottom of Canyon Lake. The day started out overcast with temps in the 50's with a Pacific cool front blowing through. The air became drier and the skies cleared with winds from the west at 15-25 miles per hour. There were quite a few fishers on the water but it wasn't crowded. We saw a Caddis, and Damsel hatch today, but no fish rising to the bugs, that we saw. Nymphing is your best bet right now with Stonefly nymphs, Prince Nymphs, Pheasant tails and others doing the trick. We provide fly fishing trips in the Austin area, San Antonio area and New Braunfels too.

Guadalupe Trout Fishing Guide Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Thursday January 5, 2023. The morning started off cool and clear with temps in the high 30's. It quickly warmed to the low 70's by afternoon. The Guadalupe River flow from Canyon Lake Dam was 60.3 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. There were quite a few fishers out, but it was not crowded. We talked to a few and they confirmed the fish were still keying on nymphs, egg patterns and worms. This is pretty standard for this river with very little dry fly action. Expedition Outfitters provides Austin fly fishing trips, San Antonio fly fishing trips, New Braunfels fly fishing trips and multi day packages on private ranches; and on the Devils River.

Guadalupe Trout Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Friday January 6, 2023. Guadalupe River flow was around 70 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The weather started out pretty cool in the morning with temps in the high 30's. It warmed to the mid 70's by afternoon. That's a really big swing. There was a nice mayfly hatch with Tricos and BWO's representing. Even with bugs on the surface, nymphing would still be your go to method. Successful flies were San Juan worms, Prince nymphs, and drowned Trico spinners. We offer guided fly fishing trips around Austin Texas, San Antonio Texas and New Braunfels Texas too. We also offer fly fishing classes, lessons and instruction on the Texas Hill Country Rivers, Lakes, Streams and Bays too!

Guadalupe River Trout Fly Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Saturday January7, 2023. Guadalupe River flow was clear and cold with plenty of current to drift nymphs. The day started of overcast with fog and light rain. Around 12 noon, the weather started to clear a little bit with overcast skies still, for the most part. The was a nice Caddis hatch with Damsels and Mayflies too. There were BWO's, and Tricos present; although not in great numbers. The were very few people on the river and it was good to see. Our company provides guided Fly fishing trips in Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels area. 

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Guide and Current Conditions: Sunday January 8, 2023. Guadalupe River flow was 60.3 cfs with clear water conditions. The day started out overcast with cool temps in the lower 50's F. The sky cleared and we reached 69 degrees F, by mid afternoon, We saw quite a few people on the river, but fewer than yesterday, The was a light Maylfly hatch with BWO's and Tricos represented. The go to fly was the clouser minnow in light green color. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips in the Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas areas.

Guadalupe Trout Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Monday January 9, 2023. The Guadalupe River Flow was good at 65 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The weather started off cool withn temps the high 40's. There was a nice Mayfly hatch with Damsels and Caddis too. There was were very few people on the water. Nymphing is the most productive method, but dry flies are working in the skinny water because there is no place to look but up. Expedition Outfitters provides fly fishing trips on the Texas Rivers and Streams.

Guadalupe Trout Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Update Tuesday January 10, 2023. Guadalupe River Flow was 62 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. There were very few people out today, even though the weather was nice. The morning started off foggy with thick overcast. The skies became partly cloudy with nice temps in the high 70's F. There were a few bugs hatching with mayflies and Caddis being represented.

Guadalupe River Fishing Guides Report and Current Conditions: Wednesday January 11, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release was around 70 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The morning started off cool, with dense fog and it didn't lift until around 11:00 am. There were very few people on the water early, but quite a few fishers showed up after the sun came out. There were no hatches that we saw, but they could have happened after our scouting trip. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction in the Austin area, New Braunfels area, and the San Antonio Texas area too.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Thursday January 12, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release was about 70 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The weather started out cool with high winds from a frontal passage. The were quite a few people on the water and everyone seemed to be catching fish. We didn't notice a hatch because the winds would have blown the bugs away. We did witness good catches on egg patterns and San Juan Worms. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction in the Austin area, New Braunfels area and San Antonio Texas area too.

Guadalupe River Trout Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Friday January 13, 2023. The Canyon Lake Dam release into the Guadalupe River tailrace was 62.3 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The were very few fishers on the water today and it was really a relief. The weather started off pretty cold with temps around 32 degrees F. The sun was shining bright with clear blue skies and we warmed to 68 degrees. We caught and released quite a few Guadalupe Trout and Hunter Granstaff joined me for a fun 3 mile float. The egg patterns were the ticket with a drowned Trico Spinner rounding out the offering of flies. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classses, lessons and instruction near Austin, San Antonio, and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe Trout Guide Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Saturday January 14, 2023. Guadalupe River flow was 63 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The weather started off pretty cold with temps around 29 degrees in the Guadalupe River Canyon. It warmed to the mid 60's by afternoon, The were some bugs hatching with micro caddis, Damsels and Midges represented. Since it was Saturday, and a GRTU stocking day; there were quite a few people on the water.

Guadalupe Trout Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Sunday January 15, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release was 60 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The day started off cool with temps in the 40's. It quickly warmed to the high 70's by afternoon with partly cloudy skies. There were quite a few people on the river but it was not crowded. There was a nice Mayfly hatch with BWO's and Tricos. There were almost no fish rising to the bugs. We offer guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons and instruction near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas too.

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Guides Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Monday January 16, 2023. The Canyon Lake Dam release into the Guadalupe River was 65 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The day started off overcast with temps in the high 50's. The sun came out and it approached 75 degrees with a light southwest wind. There were numerous hatches including Mayflies, Damsels, Caddis and more. The fish weren't rising to the bugs, but they were feeding on drowned spinners and spent adult insects under the surface. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons and instruction in the Austin area, San Antonio area, and New Braunfels Texas area too.

Guadalupe Trout Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated, Tuesday January 17, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release was 62.3 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. There were fewer people on the water today with the work week starting. The weather started out with overcast skies and temps in the 50's. It quickly warmed to 80 degrees this afternoon with light winds from the Southwest. The were Mayflies, Damsels, Caddis and more hatching today. The fish were feeding on the bugs sub-surface but not rising. This makes sense, since they were raised in hatcheries. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, Classes, lessons, and instruction in the Austin area, San Antonio area and New Braunfels Texas area too.

Guadalupe Trout Fly Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Thursday January 19, 2023. The flow was was low and slow with clear water conditions. We saw midges, Mayflies and Caddis hatching today. There weren't any fish rising, but they were eating the bugs below the surface. The Guadalupe River is mainly a nymphing river. The weather started off pretty cool with temps in the high 30's, but it warmed to 72 degrees with clear blue skies. 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 area too.

Guadalupe Trout Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Friday January 20, 2023. Paul and Mary joined us from Austin for Guadalupe River rainbow trout excursion. We caught and released several nice fish and lost some others. The flow was low and cold, but plenty of water to get the job done. It was overcast with cool northeast winds all day. There were very few people on the river. Our best flies were the San Juan Worm and Girdle Bug. 

Guadalupe Trout Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Saturday, January 21, 2023. The morning started off overcast with temps in the mid 50's. The skies became partly cloudy in the afternoon with light northeast winds. The release from Canyon Lake Dam was around 60 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. We saw hatches of Caddis, Damsels and midges throughout the day. The fish weren't eating the bugs off the surface, but they were sipping them down below. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction on the Texas Hill Country Rivers near Austin. San Antonio and New Braunfels.

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Guides Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Sunday January 22, 2023. Brianna and Will from Austin joined us for a fun day of catching on the Guadalupe River. The flow was pretty low, but the water was clear and cold. We caught and released too many Guadalupe Trout to count. The weather was a little cool in the morning, but the afternoon was clear blue skies and warmer temps. Our best flies were egg patterns and rubber legged stonefly nymphs. We also saw a great Mayfly hatch with mostly Tricos.

Guadalupe Trout Fly Guides Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Monday January 23, 2023. The Guadalupe River flow was low and slow around 64 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. There was a late morning Mayfly hatch around noon. The morning bite was slow. The weather was nice with partly cloudy skies and comfortable temps. We caught too many trout to count in the afternoon and the action was great! The Prince fly was our go to. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips on the Guadlupe River and many other locations.

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Guides Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Thursday January 26, 2023; Canyon Lake Dam release was 62 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. Yes, we're in a severe drought with minimum flows but it's enough water and there's big fish to catch and have fun. The Mayfly hatch happened around 10:00 am. They began feeding on all kinds of flies, once they were in the mood. We caught them on San Juan Worms and rubber legged stones. Egg patterns are good right now too. We provide guided fly fishing trips on the Texas Hill Country Rivers, Lakes and we book for saltwater guides at the Texas Coast.









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