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Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide
Chrissy Smith and Ashlee Newman Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides

Guadalupe River Guides Fly Fishing Trout Report and Current Conditions: Updated Tuesday December 28, 2021. Guadalupe River Flow at the USGS Sattler gauge read 103 cfs with clear water conditions. Joda Wolfe who is a professor at Texas A and M University is enrolled in our guide training program and we hit the river hard today. We covered about six miles of the Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake and we caught and released many beautiful Guadalupe Rainbow Trout throughout our float. The day started out overcast and warm for this time of year. Luckily, it remained cloudy throughout the day giving us perfect fishing conditions. We saw PMD's hatching, Cadddis and a few Tricos and BWO's. Even with surface bug activity, there were very few fish rising, so we stuck with nymphing. 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 River Fly Fishing Trout Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Wednesday December 29, 2021. Six mile float in the warmwater section of the Guadalupe produced a little bass action on streamers. We saw some nice fish but we only hooked dinks. Even though the catching was slow, it was a great float with whitewater and we didn't see anyone else on the early stretch. The weather was spring like with high temps in the mid 80's F. Expedition Outfitters offers guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons and instruction on the Guadalupe River and other Texas Hill Country Rivers, Lakes and Streams in the Austin area, San Antonio area and New Braunfels area too.

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing and Fly Fishing Report with Current Conditions: Updated Friday December 30, 2021. Guadalupe River flow at the USGS Sattler gauge showed 105 cfs. The water was pretty clear with a green, chalky stain. The day started out cool but quickly warmed to the mid 80's F. Kevin Burke and his nephew Brody joined us for a half day trip on the lower reach of the trophy trout section. The bite was a little slow, but we landed some nice Guadalupe Trout on Nymphs. Expedition Outfitters offers guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction on the Guadalupe River in the Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas areas.

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Guides Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Tuesday January 4, 2022. Canyon Lake Dam release was 105 cfs with clear water conditions. The Guadalupe River was less crowded today because the Holidays have come to an end. The weather was cool in the morning with temps hovering in the high 20's briefly. The skies were clear blue and the afternoon quickly warmed to the high 60's F, We saw several different species of May flies hatching but very few fish rising. We caught our rainbows on nymph patterns. Martin Dietz joined us for guide training and he did an awesome job learning to row the raft. 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 area too.

Guadalupe Trout Fishing and Fly Fishing Guides Report and Current Conditions: Updated Saturday January 8, 2022. The weather was awful with cold hard rain in the morning at 36 degrees. We rescheduled our trips. The flow was 105 cfs with clear water conditions. There were a few hardy souls out there but they looked miserable. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Trout Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Monday January 10, 2022. Canyon Lake Dam release was 105 cfs with clear water conditions. The weather was nice with north winds and high temps in the low 60's F. Martin Dietz and Expedition Outfitters guide Kevin Stubbs continued guide training and caught and released several nice Guadalupe River Rainbow Trout and a nice Largemouth Bass too. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes. lessons, and instruction on th Texas Hill Country Rivers, Lakes and streams in the Austin area, San Antonio area, and New Braunfels area too.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Trout Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Friday January 14, 2022. Canyon Lake Dam release was 105 cfs with clear water conditions. The weather was beautiful with clear blue skies and cool temps in the morning, but quickly warming to the mid 70's F. Martin Dietz hosted our clients from San Antonio, Oscar and Diego. They caught and released several Guadalupe River Rainbow trout. Nymphs were the ticket. There was a nice Caddis hatch near dark and a few fish rising. Expedition Outfitters 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 area too.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Saturday January 15, 2022. Guadalupe River flow at the Canyon Lake Dam tailrace showed 103 cfs with clear water conditions. A strong cod front blew in today with 30-40 mph winds. Even with high temps in the mid 50's, we decided to reschedule our trips because of safety concerns with falling trees, etc. The skies were blue and the temps are going to fall into the high 20's F. tonight. Expedition Outfitters offers guided trips, fly fishing lessons, fly fishing instruction, and fly fishing and classes near Austin Texas, San Antonio Texas and New Braunfels Texas too.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Trout Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Sunday January 16, 2022. Guadalupe River flow at the USGS gauge at Sattler read 103 cfs with clear water conditions. Our company volunteered to guide students enrolled in the GRTU youth trout camp. Martin Dietz guided our two sports and caught several Guadalupe Trout. The weather started out pretty cold for Texas in the morning at 27 degrees F. It warmed to 65 degrees though. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons and instruction in the Austin area, San Antonio area and New Braunfels too.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Rainbow Trout Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Tuesday January 18. 2021. Guadalupe River Flow at the Sattler USGS gauge showed 105 cfs with clear water conditions. Half day float from Lazy L to Rocky Beach revealed slow action but we landed a couple of Beasts!

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Guides Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Monday January 24, 2022. We rescheduled our trips today because of rain showers and temps at 48 degrees F. Everybody including guides and clients were good with that. The flow on the lower Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake was 105 cfs with clear water conditions. The were a couple of guides out today because they couldn't reschedule. Their clients looked miserable. 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 Texas areas too.

Guadalupe Fly Fishing Trout Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Tuesday January 25, 2022. The Guadalupe River Flow at Canyon Lake Dam was cut to zero today for an important Dam inspection. If your guide knew this ahead of time, you were ok. The day started out with foggy and cold conditions at 48 degrees F. We rescheduled our trips until after the dam inspection. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons and instruction on the Texas Hill Country Rivers near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas too.

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Guides Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: updated Saturday January 29, 2022, The river was cold and clear with a massive trico hatch in the afternoon. It was a beautiful day with clear blue skies and comfortable temps. There were quite a few fishers out but our clients still caught and released several nice Guadalupe trout. We had a two boat trip with Martin Dietz and Wes Miller as guides. We also had some of our instructors teaching casting lessons to a large group. 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 Guides and Fly Fishing Report. Updated Monday January 31, 2022. We rescheduled our trips today because of heavy rain and thunderstorms. It was a good call because everyone would have been miserable. The heavy overcast and temps in the low 50's F persisted to afternoon but the rain subsided somewhat. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessoms 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 Fly Fishing Guides Trout Fishing Report and River Conditions: Updated Wednesday February  2, 2022. It's a pretty nice day before the cold weather takes over tomorrow. There was a nice trico hatch and caddis too. The river was not too busy and the flow was cool and clear. We had fly fishing lessons today and the students did well. We learned to distance cast and roll cast, and other skills too. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips on the Guadalupe River and other Hill Country destinations in the Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels area.

Guadalupe Trout Fishing Guides Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Thursday February 3, 2022. The Arctic front brought snow and ice to the Texas Hill Country but the Guadalupe Trout don't care. We were socked into our strongholds while the black ice took over with many trees falling from the burden of the ice. Obviously, we rescheduled our trips. Expedition Outfitters 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.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Trout Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Thursday February 10, 2022. Canyon Dam release was 93 cfs with clear water conditions. Gary and his Dad Gary joined us for a 3 mile float on the Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake. Martin Dietz was their guide and they caught and released many Guadalupe Trout. The weather was awesome with temps in the 70's F. and clear blue skies. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction on the Texas Hill Country Rivers, Lakes and streams in the Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas areas.

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Guides Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Tuesday February 15, 2022. Half day scouting trip with Martin Dietz produced some nice Guadalupe Trout. The water was clear and cold without too many people. The day was pleasant with temps in the high 60's and clear blue skies. There were a few fish caught on streamers, but, at the end of the day there were fish rising to caddis. 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 Trout Fishing Guides Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Friday February 18, 2022. Half day trip with Richard and Jen produced some nice Guadalupe Trout. The flow was pretty low but the water was clear. The day started out really cool in the 30's but quickly warmed to the low 60's with clear blue skies. There was a nice Trico hatch and some nice Caddis hatching late this evening. There were a few fish rising. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction on the Texas Hill Country Rivers, Lakes and Streams. We operate in the Austin area, San Antonio area, and New Braunfels Texas area too.

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Guide and Current conditions: Updated Saturday February 19, 2022. The flow below Canyon Lake Dam was clear and cold. Our two boat trip today yielded several nice Guadalupe Trout. The weather was nice with clear blue skies and temps in the 60's F. We saw a nice Trico hatch and a few Caddis too. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas too.

Guadalupe Trout Fly Fishing Guides Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Tuesday February 22, 2022. Fly fishing guide training with Dani Rose and Joan Swartz produced two more knowledgeable guides. We floated from Lazy L to Meckel's and had a great time learning new techniques. The flow was cold and clear with a few fishers on the water. We didn't see any major bug hatches but there were a few caddis and mayflies about. 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 Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Sunday February 27, 2022. Martin Dietz hosted Francisco, from Houston Texas  and his young son Javier, on a half day Guadalupe Trout trip. The fish were hungry and the guys caught and released many nice fish. The weather was awesome with clear blue skies and temps in the high 50's F. for afternoon highs. The water was clear and cold too. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons and instruction on the Texas Hill Country Rivers near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

 

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Trout Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Thursday March 3, 2022. The day started out with clear blue skies and temps in the upper 50's. It quickly warmed to the mid 70's F. The release from Canyon Lake was clear and cold. We had a half day trip with Cody from Abilene. He caught and released several nice Guadalupe Trout. Nymphs with beadheads were the ticket. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons and instruction on the Texas Hill Country Rivers, Lakes, and streams in the Austins area, San Antonio area and New Braunfels Texas areas too. 

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Trout Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated March 4, 2022. The weather was beautiful with clear blue skies and comfortable temps. Martin Dietz and Andrew Milliorn did a scouting trip from Lazy L and L to Rocky Beach. They caught and released several nice Guadalupe trout. The winning flies were nymphs and game changers. Expedition Outfitters offers guided fly fishing trips on the Texas Hill Country Rivers near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Trout Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Monday March 7, 2022. The release from Canyon Lake Dam was clear and cold. There was a strong cold front that blew in today with winds at 30 mph. We moved our trips to better conditions and everyone was relieved. 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 Trout Fishing Guides Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Wednesday 3-9-2022. Full day trip with Tom and Suzie produced several nice Guadalupe Trout. The action was on nymphs. Suzie caught and released the largest fish of her career, it was 22 inches long. The weather was awesome with clear blue skies and temps in the high 60's F. 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 Marcos area, San Antonio area and New Braunfels area too.

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Guide Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Saturday March 12, 2022. Private Fly Fishing lesson with Linda and frank from Austin produced two new fly fishers. They listened carefully to the guide and caught on quickly. The weather was clear blue skies with afternoon temps in the high 50's F. 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 Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Thursday March 17, 2022. Half day trip with Jesse and his lady from Austin produced several nice Guadalupe Trout on flies. Marin Dietz was the guide and he did a great job of building a foundation for them. The weather was beautiful with comfortable temps. The winning flies were egg patterns and the San Juan worm. The flow from Canyon Lake was was slow but lots of cold water coming out of the dam at 56 degrees F. Expedition Outfitters 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.

Guadalupe Trout Fishing Guide Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Friday March 18, 2022. Private fly fishing 101 lesson with Benny and Wilma produced two new fly fishers. The weather was awesome with clear blue skies and comfortable temps in the low 70's F. The release from Canyon Lake Dam was clear and cold. We saw a nice Mayfly hatch and caddis and damsels too. There were not too many people on the water, even though it is spring break. 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 Marcos area, San Antonio area and New Braunfels area too.

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Guides Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Saturday March 19, 2022. Private fly fishing lessons with George and Julie from Austin produced two new fly fishers. The weather was awesome with clear blue skies and afternoon temps in the 70's F. There were a few spring breakers out but not too many for a good time. The release from Canyon Lake Dam was low, but clear and cold. There was a nice Blue Winged Olive hatch and Tricos and Caddis too. There was a little topwater action late in the day with several Guadalupe Trout rising. 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 Texas area too.

Devils River Fly Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Tuesday March 22, 2022. Diane and Junior Stelzer joined us for a 2 day and 3 night expedition at Sycamore Canyon Ranch. The weather was perfect and we caught and released some nice bass on flies. The weather was perfect with clear blue skies and temps in the 70's F. Expedition Outfitters offers guided fly fishing trips around Austin, San Antonio and New Bruanfels Texas. We also offer fly fishing lessons, classes and instruction.

Devils River Fishing Guide Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Wednesday April 6 and Thursday April 7, 2022. Phil Leman and his buddies from Austin joined us for two days and three nights at Sycamore Canyon Ranch. We caught and released many largemouth bass on fly. The weather was nice with cool temps and clear blue skies. The river flow was relatively low but it didn't hinder our trip. The best flies were streamers and a few topwater bites were on hard body poppers. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips on the Texas coast, Rivers, Lakes and streams near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas. We also offer fly fishing classes, lessons, and instruction.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Friday May 13, 2022. Canyon Lake level was 907.27 MSL, or about 1.73 ft. low with crystal clear water conditions. Today we scouted with friends and found good numbers of Largemouth Bass at the mouth of the river. Our best fly was the black game changer. There weren't many people on the lake and the wind was tolerable. 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. We also work as a booking agent for the best saltwater guides on the Texas Coast targeting Redfish and Speckled Trout on fly.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Monday May 16, 2022. Canyon Lake scouting trip today yielded quite a few nice largemouth bass on fly. We fished for a half day and hooked a couple of striped bass too. The lake was about a foot low with clear water conditions. We saw very few people on the lake today and it was quiet. We started out with temps at 72 degrees F. in the morning and we reached the mid 80's by noon. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons and instruction in the Austin area, San Antonio area and New Braunfels area too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated, Tuesday May 17,2022. Half day scouting trip yielded several nice bass on fly. The weather was clear and the skies were blue and there were very few people on the lake. The water was clear too, and the surface temp was 74 degrees F. The lake level was basically full, and the bite was good around weed beds and rock piles. 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 Guides Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Wednesday May 18, 2022. Half day scouting trip with friends yielded several nice Largemouth bass on fly and a couple of nice smallies too. Canyon lake was not crowded and there were no jet skis around...Ha! The water was super clear and the surface temp was 73 degrees F. 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 Marcos area, New Braunfels area and San Antonio Texas area too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Condtions: Updated Thursday, May 19, 2022. The Lake is about 1.75 below the conservation pool. The water is clear and cool still with surface temps in the low 70's F. We did a short scouting trip and caught and released three largemouth and two smallmouth bass. The weren't many people on the water but it was choppy from high afternoon winds. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction on the Texas Hill Country Rivers, Lakes, Streams and the Texas Coast too!

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide, Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Friday May 20, 2022. Half day morning scouting trip yielded several nice Largemouth and Smallmouth. The Lake wasn't crowded but there will always be more traffic on the weekends. The water was clear and the wind was high. We fished protected shorelines in the lee of hills. The air temps started at 67 F. in the morning and by mid day it was 89 F. We also saw a few stripers hitting on the surface but they were only around for a few minutes. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons and instruction on the Central Texas Hill Country Rivers, Lakes and Streams in the Austin area, San Antonio area and New Braunfels area too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Saturday May 21, 2022. Morning scouting trip revealed low winds and hungry bass. We caught a few on topwater and we also got a couple of sub-surface takes. The weather was nice with low humidity and temps in the upper 70's to start. It warmed to 88 F. by noon though. There were very few people out on Canyon Lake. The surface water temp was 75 degrees F. with clear water conditions. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction on the Guadalupe River, Canyon Lake, Devils River, and the Texas Coast. We have classes and lessons in the Austin area, San Antonio area and New Braunfels area too.

Guadalupe River and Canyon Lake Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Monday May 23, 2022. Morning scouting trip on Canyon Lake revealed hungry fish and very few people on the water. The wind started out at 5 mph with overcast skies in the morning. It picked up in the afternoon and a few storm clouds gathered. The lake level was about 1 foot down, which isn't much. The water was crystal clear with a few whitecaps in the unprotected waters. Our fish hit streamers fished along the rocky shoreline. Expedition Outfitters 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.

Guadalupe River and Canyon Lake Fishing Guide Report and Current Conditions: Updated Tuesday May 24, 2022. Half day morning scouting trip on Canyon Lake provided several nice largemouth bass and one smallie. The morning was cool and overcast in the low 60's F. It quickly warmed to 90 degrees F. in the afternoon with clear blue skies. We provide 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 Texas area too. We also book for the best guides on the Texas Coast targeting redfish, speckled trout and other game fish on fly and conventional tackle.

Guadalupe River and Canyon Lake Fishing Guide Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Wednesday May 25, 2022. Canyon Lake scouting trip with friends produced many nice Largemouth Bass on fly and two Smallmouth. The fish weren't big but they fought hard for their size. Our best fly was the Game Changer. Canyon Lake was crystal clear and there were not that may people out. The weather was awesome with clear blue skies and temps in the 60's F. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction on the Texas Hill Country Rivers, Lakes and Streams. We also work as a booking agent for the best Saltwater Guides on the Texas Coast targeting redfish and speckled trout on fly.

Canyon Lake and Guadalupe River Fishing Guide Report and Current Conditions: Updated Thursday May 26, 2022. We had a two hour fly fishing lesson on the banks of the Guadalupe River between Canyon Lake and New Braunfels. Ralph and Peggy are from Austin and they learned three different fly casts in Fly Fishing 101 Class. They also were introduced to reading the water, fly selection, rigging and of course...more fly casting. Expedition Outfitters 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.

Canyon Lake and Guadalupe Fishing Guide Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Friday May 27, 2022. Private fly fishing lesson with Thomas and Wanda from Austin produced two new fly fishers. We did our lesson on the banks of the Guadalupe River near Action Angler. The weather was nice with a cool morning and partly cloudy skies. We performed the Fly Fishing 101 requirements and learned three different casts. We also studied reading the water, knots and more. The Guadalupe River flow was 56 cfs with slightly green stained conditions. Expedition Outfitters 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.

Canyon Lake and Guadalupe River Fishing Guide Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Saturday May 28, 2022. The release from Canyon Lake Dam was 51 cfs with clear water conditions at 57 degrees F. The water temp about 6 miles downstream was 74 degrees F. There were very few people out in the morning and it was very fishable. Afternoon, not so much. Expedition Outfitters provides guided 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 Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Sunday May 29, 2022. Fly Fishing Lessons with a group of Ladies from Austin produced four new fly fishers. The morning time slot was perfect because the other tubers and partyers were still sleeping in. Memorial Day weekend is a very busy time on the Guadalupe River. We learned three basic casts on our Fy Fishing 101 class; and a bunch of other stuff too! Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction in the Austin area, San Antonio area, and New Braunfels area too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fishing Guide Current Conditions and Fishing Report. Updated Monday May 30, 2022. Guadalupe River flow was 54 cfs with clear water conditions. The river is really low, but Canyon Lake is in good shape and less than 2 feet low. There was a nice caddis hatch on the river below Canyon. Sunfish were eating most of them. We had a fly fishing lesson today and Ray and Fiona learned quickly. They were from Austin, but glad to get out of the city for awhile. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fishing Guide Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Tuesday May 31, 2022. Canyon Lake Dam release into the Guadalupe River was 52 cfs with water temps a cold 57 degrees F. at the tailrace. We had another great fly fishing lesson today with Anna and Frank. They both learned three different fly casts and more. The Memorial Day crowds were gone and the river was quiet. There was a nice Caddis hatch in the afternoon and a few sunfish rising to them. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction in the Austin area, San Antonio area and New Braunfels area too.

Canyon Lake and Guadalupe River Fishing Guide Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Friday June 3, 2022. Scouting trip with friends on Canyon Lake produced quite a few largemouth bass on flies. The wind was calm, the skies were clear and the morning temps were comfortable in the low 70's F. We got most of our fish on Game Changers. We were fishing 8 weight rods with floating lines. We also got some nice ones on topwater patterns too. There were more people out in the afternoon and we decided to cut it short. Expedition Outfitters provides 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 area too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Current Fishing Conditions: Updated Saturday June 4, 2022. We had a two hour private fly fishing lesson booked but thunder showers put us down. We rescheduled for a following Saturday though. The morning started off cool with a stalled cold front in the area. The flow from Canyon Dam was low and cold. The water coming out of the dam is in the high 50's F. There were quite a few tourists on the weekends, but the weekdays are pretty deserted. 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 Fishing Guides Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Monday June 6, 2022. Canyon Lake level is about 1.5 ft below full. The water is crystal clear and the surface temperature is 80 degrees F. The striper bite has been good in the early mornings with surface patterns. The largemouth bass have been aggressive near points, heavy timber and weed bed lines. Our best surface fly has been the Chernobyl Squirrel. The Hula Popper on conventional tackle has been great too. The action usually slows in the late afternoon heat. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, conventional tackle trips, and fly fishing lessons, classes 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 Saturday June 11, 2022. Our Canyon Lake Fishing Guides scouting trip produced several nice largemouth on topwater this morning. The were very few people on the water and it was a clear blue sky with hot temps in the afternoon. The morning bite was good before the water got too hot in the afternoon. The Guadalupe River is really low, so we're doing lots of trips at Canyon Lake. 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 Texas area too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fishing Guides fishing report and current conditions: Updated Sunday June 12, 2022. Early morning scouting trip with Fred from Austin produced several nice bass on topwater. We were using spinning gear and Hula Poppers. The water was clear at 83 degrees F. There were very few people out for a weekend but it wasn't as fun as a weekday. It got hot in the afternoon and the bite slowed to nothing. 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. It's a good time to buy your Dad a Fly Fishing Gift Certificate. Father's Day is almost here!

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Monday June 13, 2022. The day started out nice with overcast skies and comfortable temps in the mid 70's F. We headed upstream to the confluence with the Guadalupe River and the Lake. We fished weed beds, drop offs, pot holes and shorelines to no avail. We had a couple of bites and follows but no fish committed. We think the moon was so big, they fed all night long. The day was so damn hot it was a mistake to go out. Live and learn. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction near Austin Texas, San Antonio Texas, and New Braunfels Texas too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Tuesday June 14, 2022. Private Fly Fishing Lesson with James and Lisa from Austin produced two new fly fishers. They were smart and listened carefully to the guide/instructor. There were quite a few people on the river and we were just practicing our casts, mending, and reading current. It turned out good because we were in a shaded, beautiful, part of the Guadalupe River. Expedition Outfitters offers guided fly fishing guide trips, fly fishing lessons, classes, and instruction on the Texas Hill Country Rivers, Lakes, and Streams near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Wednesday June 15, 2022. Guadalupe River flow is low and slow but cold at 66 cfs with clear water conditions. The Canyon Lake level was almost two feet low with crystal clear conditions and surface temps about 82 F. We did some scouting on Canyon and got a couple of hungry bass in no time. There were no jet skis or idiots we saw, ha. We did see some other fly fishers and they were hooked up. The weather was cooler today with overcast skies and temps in the low 90's F. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Friday June 17, 2022. Morning scouting trip on Canyon Lake produced several largemouth bass on fly. The morning had a few clouds and the fish were most active before they burned off. The Lake surface temp was 81.3 degrees F. at the Dam. It was warmer upstream near the river confluence. Our best fly was the clouser minnow. There were very few people on the water with us and the water was crystal clear in most places. The lower Guadalupe River was flowing at 66 cfs with clear water conditions. The water temp at the Dam tailrace was 59 degrees F. at 11:30 am. Expedition Outfitters 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 Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Saturday, June 18, 2022. Half day lesson/scouting trip on Canyon Lake produced several nice largemouth bass on fly, The water was crystal clear and the winds were light making for good sight casting opportunities. We saw several fish cruising structure and targeted them. Our best best fly was the Clouser Minnow. There were a quite a few people out, but not overcrowded. The weather was nice with clear blue skies and high temps in the mid 90's F. Expedition Outfitters 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.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Sunday June 26, 2022. Half day scouting trip on Canyon Lake yielded several nice smallmouth bass and a couple of largemouth bass too. The majic fly was a topwater popper. The weather was nice in the morning with cool temps and light winds. The Canyon Lake level is about 2.5 feet down from the conservation pool. The water was crystal clear and the crowds were light for a weekend. 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 Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Monday June 27, 2022. Canyon Lake was deserted today after a busy weekend. There were a few fishers out but no jet skis or wake boats. The weather was nice with a light north breeze and temps in the 80's F. We had a fly fishing lesson on the Guadalupe River this morning too. There were no tubers out and the weather was pleasant. The Canyon Lake level was about 2.5 feet low with crystal clear water conditions. The surface temp was 84 degrees F. Our scouts caught some largemouth and a couple of stripers today. 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 Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Tuesday June 28, 2022. Canyon Lake Conditions were cool today with partly cloudy skies and ideal fishing conditions. We caught and released several nice smallies and largemouth today while having some fun scouting. There were not too many people out and it was really peaceful. The surface temp was 81 degree F. at 8:00 am. The Guadalupe River was also pretty quiet for midweek but the crowds will be here on July 4th. Expedition Outfitters offers guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction in the Austin area, New Braunfels area and San Antonio Texas area too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Wednesday June 29, 2022. Fly fishing lessons on the Guadalupe River with Lisa and Tamara from Austin produced two new fly fishers. These ladies were smart and listened carefully to the guide/instructor. The morning was cool with a light north breeze and clear blue skies. We learned distance casting, the roll cast, and the pick-it-up, lay-it-down cast too. We saw a nice mayfly hatch and small fish rising to the surface to eat the bugs. Since it was pretty early, we didn't see anyone else on the river. Later in the day, a few tubers showed up and quickly passed by. One of our other guides was fishing Canyon Lake and they landed and released some nice stripers and largemouth bass on flies. Topwaters worked best for them. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fishing trips and fly fishing lessons 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 June 30, 2022. Canyon Lake level is 905.59 msl, or about 3.4 ft low. The surface water temp at boat ramp number 2 was 82 degrees F. with clear visibility. We had a good morning on the lake and caught and released several largemouth and a couple of smallmouth bass too. Our best bait was a purple YUM worm Texas rigged. We also got a nice topwater eat on a gurgler fly. We chased the seagulls hoping to find stripers but they weren't hitting the top. We marked them on the sonar at about 30 feet and it didn't look like the were feeding. The Guadalupe is running at 68.7 cfs below Canyon Dam and the water temp at the tailrace was 55 degrees F. with clear conditions. We saw a nice Trico hatch this morning but we did not see an rising fish. Expedition Outfitters offers guided fishing trips on the Texas Hill Country Rivers, Lakes, and Streams near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Friday July 1, 2022. Fly fishing lesson on the Guadalupe River with Perla and Grant from San Antonio produced two new fly fishers. The Guadalupe River flow downstream of Canyon Lake was 68.4 cfs with clear water conditions. We didn't see a big insect hatch but it could have happened earlier in the morning. The water temp at the tailrace was 55 degrees F. We learned casting and reading the water. Canyon Lake fishing report includes our guides catching largemouth and smallmouth bass on fly during a half day morning trip. There were very few people on the lake and the weather was awesome with cool morning temps in the 70's F and afternoon temps in the low 90's F. The best flies were topwater patterns and they fished the edge of the weedbeds. Expedition Outfitters offers guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction on the 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 Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Saturday July 2, 2022. We had a fly fishing lesson on the Guadalupe River this morning with Chet and Remy from Austin. They did a great job and caught on fast. We got on the Guadalupe River before the tubers and party people did. We saw a nice Trico hatch with small bass and sunfish sipping the bugs off the surface. The release from Canyon Lake Dam was 68.7 cfs with clear and cold water conditions at the tailrace. The weather was nice with cool temps in the morning. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fishing trips, fly fishing 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 July 3, 2022. Zach and Taylor, from Austin, joined Expedition Outfitters guide Kevin Stubbs for a Two Hour Fly Fishing Lesson. Zach is preparing for a trip to Alaska next week. To prepare him, we learned distance casting for streamers, dead drifting and mending with Nymphs and fish fighting techniques too. They were both smart and caught on quickly. The Guadalupe River was deserted in the morning, but that quickly changed after lunchtime. The release from Canyon Lake Dam was 68.7 cfs with clear water conditions. Canyon Lake was pretty chill in the morning but the crowds arrived in the afternoon to celebrate the holiday. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons and instruction 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 Monday July 4, 2022. We didn't have any trips or lessons today to celebrate the holiday. The weather was beautiful with a spectacular orange sunrise and clear blue skies the rest of the day. The temps started off nice in the mid 70's F. and warmed up in the afternoon. Canyon Lake was busy with tourists and the Guadalupe River had lots of tubers. Expedition Outfitters offers guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction in the Texas Hill Country near Austin, San Antonio, and New Braunfels too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Tuesday July 5, 2022, Canyon Lake was a lot calmer and less crowded today after the holiday. The Lake level was holding steady and clear water conditions were the norm. The surface water temp. at Canyon Lake Marina was 82 degrees F. The fish were hungry early in the morning and the bite tapered after it got hot this afternoon. All of that was expected. The Guadalupe River downstream of Canyon Lake was flowing at 68.5 cfs with clear water conditions and 55 degrees F. at the tailrace. We saw a nice Trico hatch early in the morning with minnows and small fish rising to eat the bugs. There were a couple of trout rises that looked like rainbows. We didn't hook them, but we got some bass later in the morning in the same vicinity. 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.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Saturday July 9, 2022. Izabelle Walter and her Dad Mark joined us for an advanced (Fly Fishing 201) class and we practiced the double haul and advanced presentation techniques. They were both smart and caught on quickly. The weather was nice in the morning with clear blue skies, low humidity and temps in the mid 70's F. It quickly warmed later in the morning and the water in the Guadalupe felt refreshing. The flow from Canyon Lake Dam was 68.7 cfs with clear, cold water at the dam tailrace of 55 degrees F. The Canyon Lake report from one of our guides was a few fish in the morning on conventional tackle and quite a few takes on flies they tried later. The surface water temp was 82 degrees F. near the Dam. 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 July 10, 2022. Our Canyon Lake Fishing Guides report the lake is really clear with 83 degrees F. surface temperature at Canyon Lake Marina. The Lake level is 3.85 below the conservation pool of 909 msl. The bite was a little slow but the clients caught and released some nice largemouth on topwater patterns this morning. They started out as beginners, but they got a lot of experience casting too. The Guadalupe River was low with flows at 68.7 cfs and cold water conditions at the tailrace. The water temp this morning was 56 degrees F. at 250 yards downstream of the dam. There were very few people near the tailrace because access was restricted by the US Army Corps of Engineers. The crowds have damaged vegetation and riparian areas. The few people present were streamside home owners and their guests. Expedition Outfitters 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.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Tuesday July 12, 2022. Canyon Lake was almost deserted except for a few fishermen this morning. They had to work hard for any action because of the full moon and high temps. When the moon is full on clear water and the daytime temps are oppressive, the game fish feed at night because it's better for them. We usually struggle during these conditions. Today was no exception. Keep in mind, the fishing report that doesn't give you some negative information is probably BSing you. The Guadalupe River release from Canyon Lake Dam was 68.4 cfs with clear water conditions and temps in the mid 50's F. at the Tailrace. Expedition Outfitters 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.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Wednesday July 13, 2022. Guadalupe River flow from Canyon Lake Dam was 67.3 cfs with cold and clear temps in the mid 50's F. water. Canyon Lake was clear and pretty quiet this morning. The fishing was slow too. The full moon illuminates the water at night giving the game fish a chance to feed when it's cooler. The fish are happy, but the fishermen aren't. The Guadalupe River reacts the same way with activity at night and very little going on when it's really hot during the day. We saw some good insect hatches on the Guadalupe River but almost no activity on top. There were Caddis, Damsels, Tricos, BWO's and others. Expedition Outfitters 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 area too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Thursday July 14, 2022. Canyon Lake was quiet this morning with a few fishermen. The day started off cool with temps in the 70's but it quickly warmed after lunchtime. We got a few nice bass on topwater and we had some sub-surface action too. The surface water temp was 83 degrees F. at boat ramp number 2. The water was clear with a slight blue green tint. The Guadalupe River was free from tubers until mid afternoon. The release from Canyon Lake Dam was 68.7 cfs and mid 50's F. at the tailrace. There was a nice Trico hatch this morning but we didn't see any fish rising to them. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction on the Texas Hill Country Rivers, Lake, and Streams near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Friday July 15, 2022. Early morning trip on Canyon Lake revealed a good bass bite with fish hanging around structure in 5-7 feet. The surface water temp was 84 degrees F. at Canyon Lake Marina. The water was clear with a blue green color. There was light activity with a few kayakers. Canyon Lake is still in good shape and not very low. The Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake was flowing at 68.7 cfs with clear, cold water conditions. There were a few tubers showing up and no fishermen we saw. Expedition Outfitters offers guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction 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 Saturday July 16, 2022. Canyon Lake was calm this morning, but crowded this afternoon. The Lake level was good still, for drought conditions. The water was clear and 83 degrees F. at the surface, at Canyon Lake Marina. The Guadalupe River flow was 67.5 cfs with clear and cold water conditions emerging from the Dam. We had a great fly fishing lesson with Dr. Jeff Newport and his 3 sons from Austin. They did a good job of learning to cast and we prepared them for a future guide trip. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction 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 Wednesday July 20, 2022. The Guadalupe River flow and release from Canyon Lake Dam was 68.7 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. There weren't any tubers out today...to speak of, and the Guadalupe River was really quiet. The morning started out cool with mid 70's temp and low humidity. It quickly warmed after lunchtime. We saw nice insect hatches in the morning with BWO's, Tricos, and Caddis hatching. There were little bass, minnows, and frye rising to the bugs. There were sunfish too, eating them from the surface. Canyon Lake was pretty calm today without much boat traffic. The lake level remained steady with clear water conditions and a surface temp of 82 degrees F. at Canyon Lake Marina. Expedition Outfitters provides fly fishing float trips, classes, lessons, and instruction in the Austin area, New Braunfels area, and San Antonio area too.

Canyon Lake Fishing and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Thursday July 21, 2022. The Canyon Lake level was 904.7 msl. The Guadalupe River flow from Canyon Lake Dam was 67.7 cfs with clear and cold water conditions in the mid 50's F. We saw some nice hatches this morning on the Guadalupe River with Caddis, Damsels and Tricos coming off. There were small fish rising to the bugs. Canyon Lake was relatively quiet with a few boats and jet skis around. The water was super clear and surface temp at Canyon Lake Marina was 83 degrees F. We didn't fish today but we are reporting the outlook. The outlook is good! Especially for skilled anglers. Expedition Outfitters provides fly fishing lessons, fly fishing instruction, and fly fishing classes in the Austin Texas area, San Antonio area and New Braunfels area too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Friday July 22, 2022. Half day morning instructional fly fishing trip with J. and his nephew Jackson produced some nice bass early on. Later, we learned the finer points of fly casting and the guys go better at their execution. Canyon Lake was not crowded but the wind picked up, making it difficult to fly cast.The Guadalupe River had a few more visitors with quite a few people tubing. The release from Canyon Lake Dam was 68.5 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The Canyon Lake level was about 3.7 feet low with clear water conditions. We offer guided fly fishing trips, lessons, classes, and instruction in the Austin area. New Braunfels area, and San Antonio area too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Saturday July 23, 2022. The Canyon Lake level was in good shape with crystal clear water and surface temps in the low 80's F. The Lake was uncrowded this morning and there were a few fishermen and women out. Reports of good catches of striped bass and largemouth and reports of a few smallies. Most activity was while the temps were still cool in the morning. The Guadalupe River flow was 68.5 cfs with clear and cold water temps at the tailrace. There weren't any fishermen out to speak of because of the threat of tubers and party people. Luckily it's a myth because they are still hung over and asleep from the previous day's party. Our company provides guided fly fishing trips on the rivers and lakes and we also work as booking agents for the best fly fishing guides on the Texas Coast. 

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Sunday July 24, 2022. Fly Fishing lesson with Fran and Oliver from Austin, produced two new fly fishers. They were smart and listened carefully to the guide/instructor. We learned distance casting, the roll cast, and the pick up, lay down cast. The wind was a factor but good to train with. The Guadalupe River flow was 68.5 cfs with clear and cold water at the tailrace. We saw a good mayfly hatch this morning with caddis and damsels too. The were a few tubers in the afternoon. Canyon Lake was a little busy after lunch time but pretty tame in the morning. The surface temp was 82.3 degrees F at boat ramp number two this morning. The water clear and blue and the wind wasn't too high. Our company provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction in the Austin area, New Braunfels area and San Antonio area too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Tuesday July 26, 2022. Canyon Lake level was 3.5 feet low with clear water conditions. The morning was cool in the mid 70's F and it quickly warmed to hot temps after lunch. There were a few fishermen out, but not a lot of activity in the morning. The skies were partly cloudy and the surface temp was 82.3 degrees F at boat ramp number two. The Guadalupe River was flowing at 67.2 cfs with clear, cold, conditions. There quite a few straggler tubers from the weekend but not too many overall. We saw a nice Caddis and Mayfly hatch and a few Blue Damsels also. Call us for guided fly fishing trips, classes, and fly fishing instruction on the Texas Hill Country Rivers, Lakes, Streams and we're booking agents for the best redfish guides on the Texas Coast.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides, Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Saturday July 30, 2022. The morning temps were nice and the day started out without clouds. It quickly warmed to the high 80's by 11:00 am. Canyon Lake was pretty busy with wake boats and other traffic after lunch. The best time to fish is early mornings. We had reports of some schooling bass near the mouth of the river. The water was clear and 84 degrees F. at the surface near Crane's Mill Park. The Guadalupe River was flowing at 67 cfs with clear, cold water conditions, at the dam. There was a nice Trico hatch this morning with some small fish rising. We offer guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction in the Austin area and San Antonio area and New Braunfels area too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Sunday July 31, 2022. Canyon Lake level was about 3.50 feet low with crystal clear water conditions and surface temp at Canyon Lake Marina was 85.2 degrees F. There were quite a few boats on Canyon today but very fishable if you started early. The day started out with clear blue skies and temps in the high 70's F. The day warmed in the afternoon, but only reached the mid 90's. There were good reports of bass on fly and lures too. There were a few stripers caught and released by one of of our guides. The Guadalupe River flow was 67.5 cfs with clear and cold water emerging from the bottom of the dam. There was another nice Mayfly hatch with BWO's and Tricos coming off. Our company provides guided fly fishing float trips, fly fishing lessons, fly fishing classes, and fly fishing instruction around Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated, August 1, 2022. Canyon Lake was quiet today and productive. One of our guides report nice largemouth bass catches on topwater fly. The action slowed down after the day became too hot. The water was clear and blue green tinted. The Guadalupe River was quiet too, but no report today.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Tuesday August 2, 2022. Canyon Lake was quiet again this morning. The back to school mentality has set in for families. They'll still be out on the weekends, but the Lake will be a ghost town after Labor Day until next spring. The Lake was pretty calm this morning and the water was clear. Our guides reported nice catches of schooling bass around the mouth of the Guadalupe River. The best action was on topwater. The Guadalupe River flow was 67.3 cfs with clear, cold water conditions. There was a nice Trico and BWO hatch this morning and there were small fish rising for the bugs. The morning ws relatively cool with temps in the high 70's and clear blue skies. 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 Braufels area too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Wednesday August 3, 2022. Canyon Lake was quiet this morning with a few fishermen. The weather was nice with clear blue skies and temps in the high 70's F. Our guides reported nice catches of largemouth bass on fly. Every fish was released unharmed. The Guadalupe River Flow was 67 cfs with clear, cold water conditions. The Guadalupe River saw no fishers and no tubers fro half the day today. After lunch, a few tubers and partyers appeared. We offer guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide and Canyon Lake Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Currnt Conditions: Thursday August 4, 2022. The Guadalupe River Flow at the Canyon Lake tailrace was 70 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The weather was beautiful with clear blue skies and cool morning temps in the high 70's F. We didn't see any other fishers on the section we scouted. There was another nice Mayfly hatch though. Canyon Lake was relatively quiet with a few fishing boats early on. The water was 85 degrees F. at Canyon Lake Marina at 9:00 am. The water was clear and clean though. We heard a few reports of stripers on topwater flies. 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 area too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Friday August 5, 2022. Canyon Lake was quiet again this morning with a few fishermen out. Later in the day, a few jet skiers and wake board boats appeared. Luckily, they stay away from the best parts of the lake for fishing. Our guide sources reported quite a few bass on topwaters until it became too hot. The water was clear with beautiful weather conditions. The Guadalupe River was quiet in the morning too. The flow from Canyon Lake Dam was around 70 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. There were a few Mayflies and Caddis this morning. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction in the Austin area, San Antonio area, and New Braunfels too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Saturday August 6, 2022. Jessica and Dustin from San Antonio joined us for a morning fly fishing lesson/trip on Canyon Lake. The day most mostly overcast with some sunbreaks, but it was a great relief from the heat. We targeted schools of topwater slashing bass and it was pretty tough because they would come up in an area feeding on top, and pop up in a different area about 30 feet away making for a wak-a-mole situation. The water was clear and the boat traffic was light before lunchtime. The Guadalupe River downstream of Canyon Lake was flowing at 70 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. We didn't see any serious fishermen near the dam but there were a few kayakers just floating. Our company provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction in the Austin area, San Antonio area and New Braunfels area too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Sunday August 7, 2022. Erick and Marissa joined us from San Antonio for a private fly fishing lesson. We learned three casts and presentation, knots, reading the water and more. We did our lesson on the Guadalupe River at the Action Angler property. They were smart and learned quickly. The flow was about 70 cfs with clear and cold water. We didn't see any tubers in the morning, but we saw a few in the afternoon. We didn't get our guy's report from Canyon Lake yet, so we'll hold off until tomorrow. We offer 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 Wednesday August 10, 2022. Canyon Lake level is less than 4 feet low with crystal clear water and surface temps in the mid 80's F. We're getting good reports of striper on fly from our guides. They also report good catches of largemouth with schools busting bait on the surface. The Guadalupe River is clear and cold downstream of Canyon Lake Dam. There was another nice mayfly hatch this morning with a few fish rising. We offer 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 Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Friday August 12, 2022. Canyon Lake level was a little more than four feet low with crystal clear water conditions. The surface temp at boat ramp number 2 behind the Lodge at Turkey Creek was 86 degrees F. The morning was slow but quite a few boaters appeared after lunch. Luckily,t too many jet skis. We had good reports of largemouth bass on Texas rigged worms. The Guadalupe flow was up a little and it was flowing clear and cold. We saw a few Mayflies hatching, but no rising fish. Expedition Outfitters 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.

Canyon Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Tuesday August 16, 2022. Canyon Lake is about 4 feet low which isn't bad, because it's 160-180 feet deep in places. The surface water temp. is 84 degrees F. at Canyon Lake Marina. The water is crystal clear in most areas. We've had good reports of largemouth bass schooling on the surface in the mornings and they'll hit pretty much any lure you'll throw at them. Stripers have been spotty as usual. The boat traffic today was really quiet. The Guadalupe River flow is about 107 cfs with clear and cold water conditions at the Canyon Lake Dam tailrace. There was a nice mayfly hatch this morning with a few fish rising. The river traffic was light because school is starting soon. Expedition Outfitters 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.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Wednesday August 17, 2022. Canyon Lake was quiet this morning with very little boating traffic. Our guides reported good scouting trips with catches of largemouth bass on topwater. The morning was cool, but quickly warmed. The skies were partly cloudy. The Guadalupe River flow was 107 cfs with clear and cold water conditions at the tailrace. There was another nice Mayfly hatch with Tricos and Hexagenias coming off. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction on the 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 Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Thursday August 18, 2022. Canyon Lake was slick and quiet this morning. No jet skis, no wakeboard boats and only a handful of fishermen. The water was clear and surface temp was 85 degrees F. at Canyon Lake Marina. There were more largemouth and stripers schooling and busting bait on the surface. The Guadalupe River was flowing at about 107 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. We didn't observe a hatch at the tailrace, but we might have missed it since we scouted pretty early. We didn't see any tubers. Our company offers guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction in the Austin area, San Antonio area and New Braunfels Texas area too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Friday August 19, 2022. Canyon Lake was quiet again with school starting next week. The skies were overcast with a light cool front stalled over Central Texas. There were some thundershowers in the area with frequent lightning, so we stayed off the lake. The Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake Dam was quiet too. When the lightning strikes were close, people headed for their cars. We really need the rain, because of local drought conditions for several months now. The release from Canyon Lake Dam was 107 cfs with clear and cold water conditions in the mid 50's F. We offer 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.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide and Canyon Lake Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Saturday August 20, 2022. Guadalupe River Flow below Canyon Lake Dam was 104 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. We saw a nice Mayfly hatch this morning with Tricos and BWO's coming off. There were a few fish rising to the little bugs. The weather was pleasant with cooler temps from a light cool front. There were not any fishermen that we saw on the tailrace early in the morning. Canyon got busy after about 11:00 am, but not as busy as mid summer. There were a few fishermen out with good reports of largemouth bass and a few smallies too. We offer guided fly fishing trips near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas too.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides and Canyon Lake Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Sunday August 21, 2022. Private fly fishing lesson with Steve and his buddy from San Antonio produced two new fly fishers. These guys were smart and listened carefully to the guide/instructor. The release from Canyon Lake dam was 107 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. We learned three different casts, reading the water, insect and fly identification and more. The morning was cool and overcast. We saw a few bugs hatching, but not many. There were quite a few grasshoppers about though. Canyon Lake was quiet in the morning and the jet skis and wake board boats made a brief appearance until there was a little light rain. That drove them away. We offer 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 Guides and Guadalupe River Fly Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Monday August 22, 2022. Canyon Lake was really quiet this morning with almost no boats except for a few bass boats. The water clear, but the skies were overcast giving some relief from the heat. Our guys reported good topwater action for largemouth and a couple of smallies on streamers. The Guadalupe River was super quiet with almost no one to be seen. No tubers either. The release from Canyon Lake Dam was 106 cfs with clear and cold water conditions.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Wednesday August 25, 2022. Canyon Lake Guide trip with Shawn and Steve from San Antonio was a good time. The weather was nice and cool with overcast skies early. There were a few bass boats on the lake but almost nobody else. The lake level is about 83 percent full. We caught and released a few male largemouth on fly. The guys were mainly trying to polish their casting skills and that was accomplished. The fish hit game changer flies stripped really fast. The Guadalupe River was quiet again with no tubers. The flow was about 106 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. There were a few mayflies hatching around 7:30 am, but it was short lived. We also saw some caddis and damsels fly around. We provide guided fly fishing trips in the Austin area, San Antonio area and New Braunfels area too.

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Guide and Canyon Lake Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Wednesday August 31, 2022. Scouting trip on Canyon Lake revealed almost no other people at all. We saw a couple of bass boats but no jet skis or wakeboard boats. The weather was nice with partly cloudy skies and temps in the 80's and low 90's F. We encountered a few schools of largemouth feeding on the surface but no sign of stripers. The water was crystal clear and surface temps were in the mid 80's F. The Guadalupe River was quiet too. We didn't see any tubers, just a few locals swimming behind their houses and sunning in the yard. We did see a couple of fly fishers and they were having good luck catching panfish and some bass too. Their go to flies were yellow poppers with white rubber legs. The release from Canyon Lake dam was 72 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. We offer guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons and instruction on the rivers, lakes and streams near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe Trout Fishing Guides and Canyon Lake Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Thursday September 1, 2022. The Guadalupe River flow downstream of Canyon Lake was 70 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. We saw some nice Mayfly hatches this morning with Tricos and BWO's coming off. There were a few small fish rising but less than we expected. There were no fishermen on the stretch we scouted. It was really quiet with overcast skies and relatively cool temps in the lower 80's F. Canyon Lake was quiet too with very few people out. We got some good reports of nice striper activity though. 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 and Canyon Lake Fishing Guide, Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Friday September 2, 2022. Canyon Lake was quiet again this morning except for a few bass fishermen. We didn't see any jet skis or wake board boats, yet. They'll be here in full force the next couple of days though. The Guadalupe River was quiet with no tubers, but we saw a couple of fly fishers. The release from Canyon Lake Dam was 70.3 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. Our company provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction on the Texas Hill Country Rivers, Lakes and even the saltwater flats and bays near Port Aransas and Rockport.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide and Canyon Lake Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Sunday September 4, 2022. Canyon lake was relatively quiet for a major holiday. There was a strong rain forecast that never materialized, but it kept a lot of people away. The skies were mainly overcast with a cool northwest breeze. The lake level is almost 82% full with clear waters and surface temp at Canyon Lake Marina was 85 degrees F. There was a nice Hexagenia hatch on the lake and sunfish and small bass were tuned for their appearance. We saw a few Hex's on the Guadalupe River below the dam, but nothing close to the density at the lake. There were quite a few tubers later in the afternoon and we didn't see any fishermen. The release from Canyon Lake Dam was 72 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. We offer guided fly fishing trips on the Central Texas Rivers, Lakes, and Streams near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides and Canyon Lake Fishing Guides Current Conditions and Fishing Report: Updated Monday September 5, 2022. Canyon Lake was slick as glass this morning giving our scouts some shots at topwater stripers. They missed some big ones, but caught and released several fish in the 5-8 lb class. They were hitting little blue gummy minnows stripped across the top. The water was clear and the surface temp was 84 degrees F. The action was over when the jet skis came out after lunch. That's to be expected on a major holiday. The Guadalupe River was quiet because the out of towners headed home at 11:00 am, which is check out time. Both Canyon Lake and the Guadalupe River will be quiet until spring break of next year, Hooray! 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 River Fly Fishing Guides and Canyon Lake Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Sunday September 11, 2022. Canyon Lake Dam release was 69.7 cfs with clear and cold water conditions on the Guadalupe River. There were very few people on the river this weekend because school started, football, dove season etc. This takes a lot of pressure off the resource and gives others a chance to enjoy it, including fishermen. Canyon Lake was a little more active with some jet skis and wake board boats in the afternoon. There were still coves where you could fish unmolested though. The bulk of the traffic occurs in the afternoon. The Lake is currently about 5 feet low. The water is really clear with some great bass populations near the weed beds. We also came across some schools of stripers on the surface feeding near the dam about 15 minutes after daylight. 

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide and Canyon Lake Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Monday September 12, 2022. Canyon Lake Dam release was 69.7 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The Guadalupe River was really quiet today with virtually nobody on the water except for a couple of fly fishers. There was a nice Mayfly hatch and some small fish rising to the little bugs. The weather was nice and cool with a light north wind and clear blue skies. Canyon Lake was also quiet with only a handful of bass boats out. The surface was slick for hours giving a rare opportunity to see all surface action in your immediate area. There were stripers busting bait near the dam at first light and they moved into other coves and reaches of the lake as the day progressed. We also saw largemouth hitting the surface in smaller schools near the mouth of the river. Our company provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction on the Texas Hill Country rivers and lakes near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels.

Guadalupe Fly Fishing Guide and Canyon Lake Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Thursday September 15, 2022. The Guadalupe River flow below Canyon Lake was 70.2 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The weather was delightful with light northwest winds and temps in the low 60's F. There was a nice Hexagenia hatch and quite a few fish rising to them. The Hex is one of the largest Mayflies. There were no other fishermen except for our scouting party. In a few minutes time, we caught and released several nice bass on fly to sample things. Canyon Lake was about 5 feet low with almost nobody on the Lake. The water was calm and crystal clear. We saw a few stripers hitting the surface, but they didn't want our flies. We changed up and hooked a couple of nice ones though. We provide guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons and instruction in the Austin area, San Antonio area and New Braunfels Texas area too.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides and Canyon Lake Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Friday September 16, 2022. The Guadalupe River flow was 70.1 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The weather was nice with partly cloudy skies and temps in the mid 70's F. There was virtually nobody on the river today. There was a nice Mayfly hatch and a few fish rising to the bugs. Canyon Lake was also pretty much deserted with very little activity. The lake is down about 6 feet but still 75-80 percent full. There were some stripers in the Cove at Turkey Creek and also by the dam this morning busting bait on the surface. There were also good reports of largemouth being caught and released too.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides and Canyon Lake Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: September 17, 2022. The Guadalupe River Flow was 71.2 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The weather was nice with partly cloudy skies and temps in the mid 70's F. this morning. The was a nice Hex hatch again with lots of warm water species taking them off the surface. There were tons of little bass, sunfish and Rio Grande Cichlids devouring the bugs. Canyon Lake was about 6 feet low with clear water conditions. There was very little activity and boats that we saw. The surface temp was 83 degrees F. at Canyon Lake Marina. The bass bite was good early, but fell off when it warmed up later. We saw a few stripers busting bait on the surface but we didn't hook them. It was like wak a mole. They would come up feeding for a few minutes, then descend and reappear about a 100 yards away. It was hard to keep up with the movement, even with a powerful trolling motor. Expedition Outfitters offers guided fishing trips on the Central Texas Rivers, Lakes, and Streams near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides and Canyon Lake Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Sunday September 18, 2022. The Guadalupe River flow below Canyon Lake was 70 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. There were a few party people on the river, but not a lot. While scouting, we met some great guys in the Army stationed at Ft. Hood. We talked about their experiences and travels and it was a pleasure to meet them. It makes us proud as Americans to have such fine, smart and capable young men defending our country. We invited them to come fish with us on Tuesday, if they can make it while they are in between assignments. While we were on the river, we caught and released some nice little Guadalupe bass and a couple of largemouth. They were all on streamers casting into the shaded areas under trees. We didn't make it out to Canyon to scout, but the lake didn't look too busy as we drove by this afternoon. Our company 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.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide and Canyon Lake Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Monday Septa ember 19, 2022. Scouting trip on the Guadalupe River this afternoon was a little slow. We picked up some fish, but it could have been a lot better. The afternoon temps were hot and that affected our bite. We saw a nice damsel hatch and nobody else was on our stretch of the river. These are much appreciated. The flow was 70 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. Canyon Lake was uncrowded and the surface was slick from no wind. There were a few stripers hitting the surface, but it wasn't a dependable bite. There were a few largemouth schooling near the mouth of the river, and that was fun. Canyon Lake is about 6 feet low with clear water conditions and the surface temp was 84 degrees on the surface near the dam. 

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide and Canyon Lake Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Tuesday September 20, 2022. The Guadalupe River was super quiet today with absolutely nobody on the water. The flow was 70 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. We saw a nice evening caddis and damsel hatch with some small fish rising to them. The weather was hotter than normal, but still not bad because of cloud cover. There was a nice breeze that kept us comfortable. Canyon Lake was quiet too with very little boat traffic. The surface temp at the dam was 83 degrees F. The water was slick this morning again, and we saw some top water striper action. If you need fly fishing lessons, we offer classes and on-the-water training. We also have guided raft trips and we also fish the Lakes and Streams in the Austin area, New Braunfels area, and San Antonio area too.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides and Canyon Lake Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Thursday September 22, 2022. The Guadalupe River flow below Canyon Dam was 69.3 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. We did a scouting trip at about mile 12 below Canyon Dam and discovered some nice bass and sunfish. Most of them were tucked in the shade in the high temps of the afternoon. We got them with popper, droppers. We tied a nymph about 18 inches below our popper and when you move one, the other follows giving a great movement. There was nobody else on the stretch of river, we were floating. Canyon Lake was pretty deserted, but we saw a couple of wake board boats in the afternoon. The weather was nice with cool temps in the morning and low humidity in the afternoon. There were partly cloudy skies.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides and Canyon Lake Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Friday September 23, 2022. Jeff and Mark joined us from Austin and we did a two hour private fly fishing lesson. The weather in the morning started off in the low 70's F. with a taste of fall. Our lesson was on the bank of the Guadalupe River and they both listened carefully. We learned distance casting, the roll cast, and the pick it up, lay it down cast. The flow was 70 cfs with clear water conditions. There were a few Tricos hatching but it was a very minor event. Canyon Lake was deserted almost until afternoon. There's a couple of fishing tournaments this weekend, so the action should pick up.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide and Canyon Lake Fly Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Saturday September 24, 2022. The Guadalupe River flow downstream of Canyon Lake was 70 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. There were a few tubers on the water today, but they were sparse. There was a really nice Damsel hatch and some small mayflies too. We didn't see any fish rising, but we didn't scout very long. Canyon Lake was pretty calm with a couple of bass fishing tournaments, being the exception. The lake level is about 6.5 feet low. The surface temp at Canyon Lake Marina was 83 degrees F.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides and Canyon Lake Fishing Guides, Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Friday September 30, 2022. The Guadalupe River flow was 68.7 cfs with clear and cold water conditions from the Canyon Dam tailwater. There was a massive Trico hatch the past few morning with fish sipping them off the surface. The river has been deserted with virtually nobody on the water. The mornings have been in the upper 50's F. and it warms to the 80's in the afternoon. We didn't fish today, because we had several clients for casting lessons. Canyon Lake was deserted too, but we heard of some great bass action from some of our contract guides. The ticket on Canyon Lake was black, or blue Game Changers. The Lake is about 6 feet low with crystal clear water conditions. The surface water is cooling, that will help the fishing success.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides and Canyon Lake Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Saturday October 1, 2022. Amy and Robin joined us for a short float on the Guadalupe River to reinforce their fly fishing lesson from last week. They both did great and caught and released quite a few fish. Nothing was very big, but high numbers were the result. Most of them hit sub-surface flies. The river was deserted except for a handful of tubers. The flow was 67.9 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. Canyon Lake was pretty quiet. but the afternoon sun brought out a few boats. We offer guided fly fishing trips on the Texas Hill Country rivers, lakes and streams in the Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels areas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Monday October 3, 2022. Gudalupe River flow was 68.9 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. There was a nice caddis and trico hatch this morning with small fish rising to the bugs. We didn't see any other fishers on the water. The weather started out cool and dry in the high 50's F. The skies were clear blue. Canyon Lake was deserted with only a few fishing boats out. The Lake is a little over 6 feet low with clear water conditions. The surface temp at Canyon Lake Marina was 75 degrees F. We saw some nice stripers schooling on the surface, and we hooked and lost a couple of nice ones on game changers.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Tuesday October 4, 2022. Guadalupe River flow was 58 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. There were no fishermen that we could see today, except for our scouting trip. We caught and released a few nice bass and several sunfish in a short period of time. They like the yellow hard bodied popper. The weather was nice with cool temps in the morning and warming to the high 80's in the afternoon. The skies were partly cloudy and really starting to feel a little like fall. We provide guided trout trips on the Guadalupe River near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Thursday October 6, 2022. The Guadalupe River was deserted today. The weather was awesome with clear blue skies and temps in the 70's and 80's F. There was a nice BWO hatch this evening with Caddis and Damsels too. There were a few fish rising, but mainly sunfish and small bass. The flow was clear and cool and the leaves are about to change into fall colors. Things are looking good for the approaching rainbow trout season. 

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide and Canyon Lake Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Friday October 7, 2022. There were very few people on the river and it was a pleasant but overcast afternoon. The weather was cool with overcast conditions. There was a nice Trico hatch this afternoon and some small fish were rising to them. The water was clear and cold with a decent flow. Canyon Lake fishing guide report and current conditions. The lake is about 8 feet low with clear water conditions. We saw some nice stripers schooling on the surface and some largemouth schooling too. The surface temp was 80 cfs with good conditions.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide and Canyon Lake Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Tuesday October 11, 2022. Guadalupe River Flow is 106 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The day started out coll in the mid 60's F. and warmed into the low 80's with partly cloudy skies. There was another Trico hatch this morning and a few BWO's mixed in too. There were small sunfish and bass rising to the bugs. Canyon Lake was quiet with a few bass boats out, but we didn't see any jet skis. The surface water at Canyon Lake Marina was in the high 70's F with crystal clear conditions. We saw a few stripers hitting shad and little blue minnows on the surface near the dam. We hooked and released a few nice ones in the 5-7 lb range. We actually got them on Clouser minnow patterns. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction on the Texas Hill Country Rivers near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe Fly Fishing and Trout Guide, and Canyon Lake Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Wednesday October 13, 2022. The Guadalupe River Flow was 106 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The weather was beautiful with clear blue skies and temps in the mid 60's. We hosted Cari Ray in our guide training course and we worked on reading the water, rowing skill, people handling, safety protocols and more. She has lots of guiding experience already, but she wanted to improve her skills. We also scouted Canyon Lake and learned that the stripers were active near the dam again. They were banging schools of shad on the surface. There were a couple of other boats, but not crowded at all.

Guadalupe Fly Fishing Guide and Canyon Lake Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Friday October 14, 2022. Morning scouting trip revealed nobody on the trophy trout section of the Guadalupe. The weather was awesome again this morning with partly cloudy skies and temps in the 60's. The release from Canyon Lake Dam was 106 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. There was a nice damsel and caddis hatch, but we didn't see any fish rising while we were on the water. Canyon Lake was uncrowded and the water level is about 8 feet low with 84% capacity. One of our guides reported nice schools of largemouth hitting the surface at Crane's Mill Point in about 18 feet of water depth. They caught and released several nice fish on black Clouser patterns.

Guadalupe Fly Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Canyon Lake Fishing Guide Report and Current Conditions: Updated Monday October 16, 2022. Guadalupe River flow was 107 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. Travis and his buddy joined us from San Antonio for a two hour private fly fishing lesson. The guys learned to cast pretty well. We also learned about reading the water and presentation too. We also hosted Tye from San Antonio for a lesson to prepare him for long distance casting on a saltwater trip. He did well too. The weather was pretty warm, but not too uncomfortable. Canyon Lake was pretty calm with a few bass boats and a few jet skis too. Hopefully the two user groups didn't cross paths. We'll be restocking the Guadalupe River with full sized rainbow trout on the weekend before Thanksgiving. A good choice for a Christmas Gift for the Family, is an Expedition Outfitters Gift Certificate for a Guided Fly Fishing trip. They are on sale right now!

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing and Fly Fishing Guide Report and Current Conditions: Tuesday October 18, 2022. Guadalupe River flow was cold and clear with nobody seen on the river this morning. The weather was cooler with temps in the high 50's. The overcast cleared and the blue sky was dominant the rest of the day. We saw a nice Damsel and Trico hatch after the sun came out. The conditions are looking good for the first trout stocking, the week before Thanksgiving. Our company 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.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Report and Canyon Lake Fishing Guide Report and Current Conditions: Updated Wednesday October 19, 2022. Guadalupe River flow was clear and cold today. The river was deserted with no fishermen that we saw. There was also a nice Mayfly hatch around 10:00 am. We also saw some caddis and Damsels too. Canyon Lake was deserted, except for a couple of bass boats. The lake was clear and about 8 ft low, at 84% capacity. The reports we got said there were stripers schooling on the surface in front of the dam in the submerged river channel. We offer guided fly fishing trips near San Antonio, Austin and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Report and Canyon Lake Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Thursday October 20, 2022. The Guadalupe River was deserted again this morning with no fishermen seen on the stretch below Canyon Dam. The flow was clear and cold, but pretty low. The leaves are starting to change and it's looking like fall. Guadalupe Trout Unlimited will restock the river with full sized rainbow trout by Thanksgiving. The TPWD stockings will start in early December and will continue through February. We saw Mayflies again this morning and there were a few small fish rising to them. We also saw some Caddis and Damsels hatching too. Canyon Lake was quiet with beautiful weather and temps in the high 50's this morning. The surface temp is starting to cool down nicely. The stripers were schooling again this morning in front of the dam. It looked like they were busting shad on the surface. We offer guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons and instruction in the Austin area, San Antonio area and New Braunfels Texas area too.

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Guide and Canyon Lake Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Friday October 21, 2022. Guadalupe River was looking good this morning with clear and cold water. The water temp at the tailrace of Canyon Dam was 57.2 dgrees F. There was another nice Mayfly hatch with Caddis, Damsels and Dragon Flies making an appearance. We didn't see any other fishermen on our scouting run. The morning was nice and cool at 60 degrees with clear blue skies. Canyon Lake was pretty empty and the stripers were schooling again near the dam. We saw some good hook ups with stripers on topwater patterns and lures. The white bass are reported to be gathering in schools near the mouth of the Guadalupe River. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fishing trips near San Antonio, New Braunfels and Austin Texas.

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Guide and Canyon Lake Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Saturday October 22, 2022. Guadalupe River flow was clear and cold with excellent weather conditions. The wind was from the southeast about 10-15 mph with partly cloudy skies and temps in the 60's and 70's. There were a handful of fishermen at the fourth crossing trying their luck. The were mayflies hatching again with Damsels, Caddis and Dragon Flies present. After talking to the fishermen we saw, it looked like nymphs were the ticket though. We saw a couple of rainbows near Rio being caught and released. Canyon Lake was deserted except for some bass boats near Crane's Mill Park. They were fishing the weedlines using topwater lures and patterns. We also heard the white bass were staging near the river mouth. This should continue up until spring. Come fly fish with us on the Texas Hill Country Rivers, Lakes and Streams near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels.

Guadalupe Trout Fishing Guide and Canyon Lake Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Tuesday October 25, 2022. The Guadalupe River flow downstream of Canyon Lake was cold and clear. We saw a couple of fly fishers on the river, but basically deserted. The cool front was blowing too hard to see any meaningful hatches. The air felt of fall and cool and crisp with clear blue skies after the front passed early this morning. Canyon Lake was rough with 3 foot swells and chop. The high winds from the Northwest kept almost everyone off the lake.

Devils River Fishing Guide Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Friday October 28, 2022. Scouting trip at the Jarrett Ranch on the Devils River provided some revealing news. The river flow was robust with crystal clear water and partly cloudy, but comfortable conditions. We covered several miles of river and took inventory. We checked out the riverfront houses where our guests stay and everything was in order. We bumped into the Game Wardens while they were patrolling too. We're headed to Sycamore Canyon Ranch next, to check on conditions and lodging for a trip next week. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fishing trips on large ranches on the Devils River in Southwest Texas. We provide riverfront lodging, so you don't have to sleep on the gravel bars and islands while braving the potential for flash floods.

Devils River Fishing Guide and Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Saturday October 29, 2022. Scouting trip at Sycamore Canyon showed a robust Devils River flow with crystal clear conditions. The norther pushed through with high winds, some lightning, but very little rain. The wildlife, deer and Aoudad Sheep, were out feeding in the evening. The country is really lush, for the desert, ha...but seriously, there have been some good rains to recharge the Edwards/Trinity aquifer and...as a bonus...Lake Amistad is refilling and has a good level, since Mexico has been releasing water from their side.

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.

Guadalupe Trout Fishing Guide Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Friday January 27, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release was 62.3 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. Chris from Santa Fe New Mexico and his son Nick from Austin caught and released too many Guadalupe Rainbow Trout to count, It was well over 20. Our best flies were egg patterns, rubber legged stone, San Juan worms. The day was mostly overcast with light winds and cool temps in the 40's and 50's. There were very few people on our section of the river and that was nice. Our company offers guided fly fishing trips on the Texas Hill Country Rivers, Lakes and Streams in the Austin Texas vicinity and New Braunfels vicinity and San Antonio too.

Guadalupe Trout Fishing Guides Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Monday January 30, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release was 63.3 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The weather was raw with fog, light rain and temps in the 30's F. If you fall in, even with waders in these conditions; you have about 20 minutes to live. It's best to let this cold spell pass, and start fishing afterwards. There were several people wade fishing today...and one inexperienced dumbass guide. 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 Guides and Fly Fishing Report: Tuesday January 31, 2023. The Guadalupe River flow is still low and slow, but very fishable. The weather was raw with an ice storm, (no snow) and hazardous conditions. By definition, the temps were under 32 degrees F and 100% humidity. The light rain was coming down and making things miserable. There were a few idiots out there trying their luck yesterday. If you fall in, and get wet, you have about 20 minutes to live. That might not give you enough time, to return to your car. Parts of the Guadalupe Canyon have no cell reception, so 911 won't help you. 

Guadalupe River Trout Fly Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Wednesday February 1, 2023. The ice storm continued into the morning hour until the temps got above freezing around Noon. There wasn't safe travel becuse the bridges were iced up. There were a few fishers in the afternoon, but it was pretty light. We offer guided fly fishing trips in the Austin area, New Braunfels area, and San Antonio area too.

Guadalupe Trout Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Thursday February 2, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release was 64 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The day started off with ice on the trees and everywhere else, but it melted by noon. We didn't see any insect hatches, but it could have happened later in the day. We rescheduled our trips because you couldn't even drive to our location, because of the iced roads. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips on the Central Texas Hill Country Rivers, Lakes, and Streams.

Guadalupe Trout Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Friday February 3, 2023. The Guadalupe River Flow was low with clear water conditions: We didn't see a prolific hatch but it may have occured when we were off the River. The flow was low and slow with clear water condions. Our anglers caught and released many Guadalupe Trout and the weather was awesome with temps in the high 50's and 60's.

Guadalupe Trout Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Thursday February 9, 2023. Guadalupe River flow was low, clear, but very fishable. The morning started with clear skies and comfortable temps. There were very few people on the water and the ones we saw were catching some good rainbows too. As usual, eggs, worms and rubber legged stones were the go to flies. We didn't see a prolific hatch, but there were a few Mayflies throughout the day with damsels too.  

Guadalupe Trout Fly Fishing Guides and Canyon Lake Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Friday February 10, 2023. The morning started off pretty cold with temps around 27 degrees with strong Northwest winds and clear blue skies. There were quite a few fishers out, even though the high wind made it a little difficult. We didn't see any obvious hatches, but they would have been blown away by the wind, leaving them undetected. The day warmed into the mid 50's and the winds subsided around sundown. Almost everyone was catching trout with some of them reaching close to 5 lbs. The best patterns appeared to be Rubber legged stoneflys with a small dropper around size 22.

Guadalupe Trout Fishing Guides Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Saturday February 11, 2023. The morning started off below freezing with temps in the high 20's F. There were quite a few fishermen that showed up, once it began to warm around mid morning. We saw some nice Mayflies hatching in the afternoon with Caddis also making an appearance. The best flies were Caddis emergers, Damsel Nymphs, and San Juan Worms. We also scouted with some Drowned Trico Spinners. The water flow from Canyon Lake was around 64 cfs with clear water conditions.

Guadalupe Trout Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Tuesday February 14, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release was 65 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The day was spring like with high temps in the low 80's. The skies were partly cloudy, but it was pretty windy. We didn't see any significant hatches, but the rainbows were eating red San Juan Worms, Stonefly Nymphs, and a size 22 Midge dropper. There were very few people on the water and it was pleasant.

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Wednesday February 15, 2023. Tim and his buddy Dan joined us for a short float in the Trophy Trout zone. Tim hammered several fish right away on his nymph rig. They were really active and fought hard. They were still hitting the egg pattern. We also used a rubber legged stone. The wind was blowing pretty hard, so the guys were careful with their casts. The day was partly cloudy and warm, with high temps in the mid 80's.

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Thursday February 16, 2023. The day started off cold with temps in the 40's and strong northwest winds gusting over 40 miles per hour. The sky was mainly overcast with a few sunbreaks though. We cancelled our trips because of the dangerous wind conditions. There were a few people who ventured out, but they didn't stay in the river for very long.

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Guide Current Conditions and Fishing Report: Friday February 17, 2023. Trip with Tim and Dan from Ft. Worth and Houston produced quite a few Guadalupe Trout. The Girdle bug and the San Juan worm were the flies that did best. The weather started off cold and windy with clear blue skies. It warmed to the high 50's by afternoon. We saw a nice Trico hatch and there were quite a few Caddis too. The flow was low but clear and very fishable.

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Guide Fly Fishing Report and Current conditions: Saturday February 18, 2023. The day started off pretty cool in the low 40's F. The wind was light, but it switched to the northeast from northwest and the humidity started to move in. The skies were partly cloudy with overcast every once in a while. We saw Mayflies hatching as we were doing some fly fishing lessons with beginners. Taylor and David came from Austin to learn. The guys were smart, and caught on quickly. We learned distance casting, the roll cast and the Pick up-Lay down cast. We also learned to read the water. The was low, and clear, but very fishable at 65 cfs.

Guadalupe Trout Fishing Guides Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Sunday February 19, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release was cold, clear and pretty low, but very fishable. The day started off cool with temps in the mid 40's. The sky was clear early on, but a few clouds moved in with afternoon temps in the 70's. There was a damsel hatch, Caddis and Mayflies too. Even with the bugs hatching, the hot flies were still the lowly squirmy worm, rubber legged stone and a zebra midge dropper. There weren't a lot of fishers on the water, making it a pleasant day.

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Monday February 20, 2023. The morning started off cool with temps in the high 40's. It warmed to the mid 80's by afternoon. The skies were partly cloudy with winds 10-15 mph. There were quite a few Mayflies hatching and we saw Caddis too. Since it was a holiday...President's Day, there were quite a few people out. The best flies were stonefly nymphs, San Juan Worms and drowned Trico spinners. The water flow from the Dam was low and cold, but enough flow for a good drift.

Guadalupe Trout Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Tuesday February 21, 2023. Morning scouting trip revealed much warmer temperatures and clear skies to start off with. The winds were pretty calm and a nice Mayfly hatch got started about 9:30 am. Adam and Terry joined us for a stream side fly fishing lesson. We learned distance casting, the roll cast, and the Pick-it-up...Lay down cast. The guys were smart and listened carefully. We didn't see any fish rising to the Mayflies, but it could have happened after we left. There were a few people out, but not as many as yesterday. The reports we got, said the pink egg pattern with a Damsel Nymph Dropper was the ticket.

Guadalupe Fly Fishing Guides and Rainbow Trout report: Updated Wednesday February 22, 2023. Short morning float with Linda and Jim from Austin produced several nice Guadalupe Trout on Nymphs. The day started off cool but quickly warmed into the mid 80's by afternoon. There was a massive Mayfly hatch around 8:30 am. We saw a few fish rising to grab the bugs from the surface. The flow was cold and a little chalky. The girdle bug was our favorite fly.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Thursday February 23, 2023. The morning started off slightly foggy and cool, with temps around 58 degrees. There was a massive Mayfly hatch around 8:30 am. There were a few Guadalupe trout rising to the bugs. The hatch stimulated the feeding pattern and we were successful while presenting other flies including the Prince Nymph, Girdle bugs, and Damsel Nymphs. The release from Canyon Lake was 64 cfs with clear and cold water conditions. The were a few people out, but the river was not crowded.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Friday February 24, 2023. The day started off pretty cool with temps in the high 40's. The sky was solid overcast with northeast winds from 10-15 miles per hour. There were a few PMD's hatching and some Grey Drakes too. There were very few people on the water and the ones we saw were catching fish. The trout are getting smarter, so it's important to watch your indicator closely and set the hook at the slightest suggestion of a bite. Also, a good drift with proper mending is important. The release from Canyon Lake Dam was clear and cold.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Saturday February 25, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam outflow was clear and cold feeding the trophy trout water. There were quite a few people out on on the weekend. The wade fishermen...and women, at Action Angler access were having very good results sight casting rainbow trout in the knee deep water. There were tons of nice fish fighting for the fly. The day was mostly overcast with temps starting out in the high 40's. The day warmed in the afternoon with sun breaks and temps reaching into the high 60's. The best flies were egg patterns, San Juan Worms, and stonefly nymphs.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and Current Conditions: Sunday February 26, 2023. The morning started out with heavy fog and temps in the 50's. The sky stayed overcast until late in the afternoon and the sun came out for about two hours around 3:30 pm. The flow from Canyon Lake Dam was clear and cold. There were a few people on the river today, but not crowded. We didn't see a major hatch today. The winds were blowing up to 20 miles per hour from the southeast, so it would have been difficult to spot tiny Mayflies. The best flies were reported to be egg patterns with a San Juan Worm dropper. A third fly could have been used if it were really small, like a size 22 Trico, Drowned Spinner.

Guadalupe River and Canyon Lake Fly Fishing Guides Report and Current Conditions: Monday February 27, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release was 65 cfs with clear and cold water conditions: The day started off cool this morning with clear blue skies and low humidity. A light cool front pushed through, with Northwest winds about 10 mph. The early morning hatch consisted of Tricos, Damsels and Caddis, although the Caddis numbers were pretty low. There were a few fish rising to Royal Humpies drifted behind stimulators. We even tried a drowned Trico Spinner as a third fly on 5X. There weren't very many fishermen/women out. We did see quite a few guide boats on the upper float near Rio, but we usually float the lower section, so they didn't bother us. One of our guide buddies stripped streamers all day and he caught and released some really big Rainbows. He was using clousers, believe it, or not.

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Guides Report and Current Conditions: Updated Tuesday February 28, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release was clear and cold with springtime conditions approaching.The morning started off with temps in the high 40's and clear blue skies. Overcast conditions followed with the return of southeast winds and higher humidity. The overcast cleared around 10:00 am and there was a massive Mayfly hatch that lasted for about three hours. There were quite a few Guadalupe Trout sipping the Tricos off the surface. Even with the hatch, we had better luck drifting nymphs under an indicator. Our best flies were egg patterns and a drowned Trico Spinner. Al from Illinois joined us for a float on the lower section of the Guadalupe. We hooked quite a few fish and several jumped and fought like crazy. Our company provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons and instruction near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and Current Conditions: Wednesday March 1, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release was cold and clear. The day started off pretty warm with temps around 70. It was solid overcast most of the day, with a few peeks of sunshine in the late afternoon. There was another big Mayfly hatch with BWO's and Tricos represented. There were a few fishermen out, but it wasn't crowded. Stone Fly Nymphs, squirmy worms and small droppers in the size 22 range were catching fish. There were a few Caddis on the water, but we didn't see any fish rising to them in the current. The fish were gulping mouthfulls of the tiny Mayflies in the eddies and slow water though. The high temps almost reached 90 degrees in the afternoon. The high temps definitely slowed the bite down in the afternoon.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing and Texas Hill Country Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Thursday March 2, 2023. The weather is definitely telling us that Spring has sprung. The wildflowers and trees are budding and the temps today almost reached 90 degrees. Even with temps reaching into the high 80's, we still have a couple of more months of Guadalupe Trout season. Some of our floats are catching nice bass and other warmwater species. The bass have been attacking our "Game Changers" and other streamer flies. The trout are keying on Sucker Spawn patterns and San Juan Worms too. The nicer weather is bringing out newbie fly fishers and we're doing quite a few introductory lessons. The weather today brought a few more fly fishers targeting trout, but the river wasn't crowded. Canyon Lake is seeing some nice white bass runs and the stripers are busting shad on the surface. Our company provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons and instruction in the Austin area, New Braunfels area, and San Antonio Texas area too.

Guadalupe Trout Fly Fishing Guides Report and Current Conditions: Updated Saturday March 4, 2023. The weather started off cool with temps in the low 40's and clear blue sky. It quickly warmed into the high 70's as the wind shifted from North to Southeast. There were quite a few fishers on the water, but there was still plenty of room for more people. We didn't see a significant hatch and we didn't see any fish rising. AJ and Bob joined us from Austin for a fly fishing lesson and casting instruction. We practiced with 9 weight rods to prepare for their upcoming bonefish trip to the Bahamas. The guys were pretty smart and caught on quickly. There were quite a few trout landed by fishers in the same pool. They were getting them on streamers, and double nymph rigs with an indicator. The Prince Nymph, and Golden Epoxy-Back Stonefly seemed to be the winning flies. A good drift, with light tippet in the bright sunlight was helping their success. The flow was low and cold, but very fishable with a green, chalky tint.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and Current Conditions: Sunday March 5, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release was clear and cold. The morning had moderate fog with a temperature inversion (the colder air was dense and settled to the surface with overrunning warmer air above), The fog cleared about 10:30 am to reveal partly cloudy skies and comfortable temps in the 70's. There was a big Mayfly hatch with BWO's and Tricos. There were a few fish rising, but with no regularity. We hosted Chris and Seth, who are stationed in San Antonio undergoing training at Ft. Sam Houston. We got them started fly fishing and we landed lots of warmwater fish with one rainbow trout and a massive smallmouth bass in the 5 lb class. Our best fly was the Rubber Legged Stonefly.

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Guide and Fly Fishing Report: Monday March 6, 2023. Kent Saldana and Brooke joined us for a fun filled day of Guadalupe Trout fishing. It was their first time fly fishing, but they did great. We caught and released several fish and the weather was pleasant with spring like conditions. The flow was low but there was still plenty of water for a fun float. Our best flies were sucker spawn eggs and rubber legged stonefly nymphs. Of course, we dead drifted them under an indicator. Expedition Outfitters guided fly fishing trips near Austin, San Antonio, and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Guide Report and Current Conditions: Tuesday March 7, 2023. Latest observations include overcast skies with fog and light mist. The day remained clouday and we heard several of our guides reporting good catches of rainbow trout and warmwater species too. The hot flies were Clouser minnows, stoneflies, Prince Nymphs and egg patterns. The Clousers, of course were stripped in the deeper holes and nymphing was successful in the shallow water. The flow was low, but cold and consistent.

Guadalupe River Rainbow Trout Guide Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Wednesday March 8, 2023. The day started out warm with temps in the high 60's. The sky was clear with high humidity. The Canyon Lake Dam release was clear and cold with plenty of water to get the job done. The best techniques for catching Guadalupe Trout was dead drifting nymphs and streamer fishing techniques. The best flies were egg patterns again with Pat's Rubber Legs dropper and or a midge fished below them on 5X tippet. There were very few people on the water and it was a very pleasant day. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, lessons, and instruction near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Guides Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Friday March 10, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release was cold and clear with water temps at the tailrace being 56 degrees. The day started off cool with temps in the high 50's and solid overcast skies. There was a light mist with the passage of a weak Pacific cool front. The river wasn't too crowded once the skies cleared to reveal a beautiful spring day. There was a nice mayfly hatch with Tricos and BWO's represented. There were a few random fish rising to gulp clumps of bugs in the subsurface foam. The best flies reported were the Prince Nymph, Pheasant tail and Zug Bug.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Trout Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Saturday March 11, 2023. The morning started out cool but it quickly warmed into a beautiful Spring Day. The Canyon Lake Dam release was cold and clear with plenty of water for a good float. There were quite a few fishers out, but still not overcrowded. There was a nice Mayfly hatch early on but the windy afternoon made it hard to see the individual bugs. We also saw Caddis, Damsels and Dragonflies. The best flies reported were Caddis for topwater in the shallows and Prince Nymphs and egg patterns in the deeper runs. Expedition Outfitters 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.

Guadalupe Trout Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Sunday March 12, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release was cold and clear with low water conditions, but very fishable. The day was cool in the morning with north winds at 15-20 mph and clear blue skies. There were lots of people out later in the day, but almost nobody in the early morning. The time change seemed to delay the activity. Fishers began showing up around 9:00 am, but still not too crowded. We didn't see any bugs hatching because the strong winds might have blown them away. The fishers we saw were getting it done with Nymphs dead-drifted under an indicator. The best patterns continued to be eggs representing the Sucker Spawn and Pat's Rubber legs dropped down about 18 inches below the first fly. 4X tippet was needed to be invisible in the strong sunlight. Our company offers guided fly fishing trips near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing and Trout Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Monday March 13, 2023. Eric and his son from El Paso joined us for a beautiful afternoon float on the Guadalupe River in the Trophy Trout Zone below Canyon Lake. The morning started off overcast and cool with temps in the high 40's. The skies cleared by noon and warmed to the mid 60's. There was a massive Mayfly hatch with Tricos and BWO's represented. It was the guy's first time to fly fish, so we started off with a brief lesson on the shore before our float. The guys caught on pretty quickly and we started to drift our nymph rigs at the Devils Playground near Lazy L and L. Our first cast was an immediate hook up and Eric lost the fish when his rod tip gave the line slack. Eric junior hooked up next and landed a nice Guadalupe Rainbow Trout. We also caught and released several sunfish and small bass too. Our best flies were sucker spawn egg patterns and San Juan Worms.

Guadalupe River Trout  Fly Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Tuesday March 14, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam Release was cold and clear with very few fishers on the upper end, mainly hikers, tourists and families. Most of the fishermen were downstream near Action Angler. The fished are stacked up between there and just downstream. Topwater patterns were getting them and nymphs like the Zug Bug, Prince, Copper John and others were working too. Our company offers guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels.

Guadalupe Fishing Guides Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Wednesday March 15, 2023. The day started out cool but became very nice with partly cloudy skies and temps in the high 60's. There were quite a few people out fishing on the Guadalupe River and Canyon Lake was pretty busy too. The release from Canyon Dam was still pretty low but running cold and clear. There were some Caddis hatching with grasshoppers starting to show up on the grassy banks. We used a Hopper/Dropper rig and picked up some nice sunfish and small bass. We also caught and released a couple of Rainbow Trout in the 14 inch class. We're expecting a cold front tomorrow night to drop temps back into the 40's and 50's for a few days. The cooler temps should help the trout bite and probably slow down the bass and sunfish bite.

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Guides Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Thursday March 16, 2023. The spring day was very nice with warm temps, but it was a little windy. We didn't notice a significant hatch but the rainbows were still hitting our nymph rigs. The release from Canyon Lake was cold and a little chalky green. We decided to use three flies under an indicator, jus to spice things up. We used an epoxy back stonefly with a Squirmy Worm dropper and a Trico dropped in the bottom with 5X tippet. We caught and released several nice fish mainly on the smaller dropper. There were very few people out on the water and it was pleasant that way. If you need fly fishing lessons to improve your game, give us a shout.

Guadalupe Fly Fishing Guide Trout Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Friday March 17, 2023. The day started out with unseasonably cold temps in the 40's and strong north winds, with light rain. We rescheduled the trips we had for later in the week. There were still several guide boats on the Guadalupe but the clients and guides looked like wet dogs. While scouting around, we did not see any insect hatches. We saw several fly fishers that were wading , and they said they were getting fish on streamers. It sounded like olive buggers, or Clouser Minnows from the reports.

Guadalupe Fly Fishing Guides Trout Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Sunday March 19, 2023. The morning started off overcast with temps in the high 40's. The wind was light from the northeast. Sebastiaan and Johan joined us from Belgium. The guys always wanted to fly fish and the weather was better here than Colorado or New Mexico, they said. We started with casting lessons on the shore and learned the basics before our float. After that, we go into the raft for a 4 mile float to Action Angler. We had quite a few takes, but the guys missed the hook set at first. They learned to watch the strike indicator carefully, and were rewarded with nice Guadalupe Trout. Our best flies were drowned Trico Spinners dropped under a Stonefly Nymph.

Guadalupe River and Canyon Lake Fishing Guides Current Report and Conditions: Tuesday March 21, 2023. The morning started off with light rain and cool temps in the 60's. We saw this coming, so we rescheduled our trips until later in the week. We did however, do a quick scouting trip/survey for this report. There were several fly fishers at Action Angler so we jumped into the river to try our luck. There were lots of big rainbow trout in the channeled rocks down the hill from the shop. Our best flies were Sucker spawn egg patterns and San Juan Worms. We caught and released one Guadalupe trout that was in the 4 lb class. What's not to like? 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 Texas area too.

Guadalupe River Trout Fishing Guides and Canyon Lake Fishing Guide Current Report and Conditions: Thursday March 23, 2023. Sassy and Bill from Houston joined us for a Guadalupe Trout float on the lower section below Canyon Lake. The flow was low, but very fishable for an enjoyable raft float. We didn't encounter any other fishers on our section of the river and the weather was nice with comfortable temps and partly cloudy skies. We managed to catch and release a couple of really nice trout and some warmwater species too. The Rubber Legged Stonefly Nymph was our best fly. We also had success on Sucker Spawn egg patterns. Expedition Outfitters offer guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons and instruction on the Texas Hill Country Rivers in the Austin area, San Antonio area and New Braunfels area too.

Guadalupe Trout Fly Fishing Guides Current Report and Conditions: Friday March 24, 2023. A cold front blew in this morning with a brief rain shower and temps in the high 60's. The day quickly warmed to 80 degrees after the sun reappeared. There were a few anglers on the Guadalupe at the Action Angler access and they reported good catches before the temps warmed too high. There was a nice Mayfly hatch with Tricos and BWO's. The anglers we talked to said their best flies were Squirmy worms and Prince Nymphs. We also heard that sucker spawn egg patterns were doing well too.

Fly Fishing in Austin and San Antonio area Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Saturday March 25, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release was clear and cold with good fishing flows. The day started off cool with temps in the 50's. It quickly warmed to the 80's by noon with partly cloudy skies. There was another nice Mayfly hatch about 10:00 am with BWO's and Tricos too. There were quite a few fishers on the water, but it wasn't crowded. The best flies reported by successful fishers was the Prince Nymph, San Juan Worm and Damsel Nymph too. The water temp at Canyon Lake Dam tailrace was 54.6 degrees. Our company offers fly fishing trips in the San Antonio area, New Braunfels area and Austin area too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and Current Conditions: Sunday, March 26, 2023. The morning started off cool with temps in the high 50's with overcast skies. By Noon the clouds burned off and temps rose to the high 70's and low 80's. There were a few fly fishers at the Action Angler access at the third crossing trying their luck. The bite was pretty good early on while the temps were still cool. We didn't see a Mayfly hatch, but we saw Damsels, and Caddis flitting around. Angler reports stated that egg patterns were still working, along with Damsel Nymphs and Caddis Emergers. We also heard the Prince Nymph was performing well. The flow from Canyon Lake Dam was enough for good fishing conditions and the water temp was 54.6 degrees F, at the Tailrace.

Guadalupe River and Canyon Lake Fishing Guides Current Report and Conditions: Monday March 27, 2023. Morning temps were cool in the high 50's with overcast skies. The skies became partly cloudy with some sunshine about 3:00 pm. There were few fly fishers but it wasn't crowded. We saw Caddis, Damsels and some afternoon Mayflies too. The wind was gusty from the northeast and blew the groups of bugs around. Successful flies were Stonefly Nymphs, Zug Bugs, Brown San Juan Worms, and egg patterns.

Guadalupe Trout Fly Fishing Guides and Canyon Lake Fishing Guides Current Report and Conditions: Thursday March 30, 2023. The morning started out overcast with mild temps in the lower 60's. The wind was light from the northeast. The Canyon Lake Dam release was cold and clear feeding the Guadalupe River. We did some scouting at the Action Angler access on River Road, near New Braunfels. There was only one other person fishing, and he was killing it. He saw him catch and release fish, after fish; running two nymphs below a strike indicator. One rainbow he landed had to be over 4 lbs and it jumped like an acrobat. We finally broke down and asked the guy what he was using. He said a stonefly nymph with a sucker spawn egg dropper.

Guadalupe River and Canyon Lake Fishing Guides Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Saturday, April 1, 2023. Robin and Jerry joined us for a short morning float on the Guadalupe River. The Canyon Lake Dam release was clear and cold with plenty of uncrowded fishing spots. The morning started off clear with temps in the high 40's. The day quickly warmed to about 80 degrees around noon, but the clouds rolled back in to cool us down a little for the afternoon. We hooked some nice rainbows and we tangled with some bass. Our best flies were Zug Bugs, Prince Nymphs, and egg patterns.

Guadalupe River and Canyon Lake Fishing Guides Report and Current Conditions: Sunday April 2, 2023. Canyon Lake Dam release was clear and cold with a very fishable flow. The day started off cool with cloudy skies and calm winds. There were very few fishers on the water and that was a welcome surprise. Robin Johnson and Amy Hardberger joined us for a half day scouting trip on the Guadalupe River in the lower trout section. We hooked several nice fish and Robin landed a really nice rainbow trout on a Nymph rig. The stonefly with rubber legs was a good performer, and the Prince Nymph got some action too. We saw Tricos hatching, Caddis, Damsels and Crane Flies too. There were a few fish eating bugs on the top, but not great numbers doing that. Our action was sub-surface.

Guadalupe Trout Fishing Guides Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Wednesday April 5, 2023. Rusty Heitzman joined us for a fun filled day on the lower Guadalupe River near Canyon Lake. The day started out with a little light rain and overcast skies as a norther blew in. The winds were around 20 mph and the river flow was fine for fishing. We kept waiting on an insect hatch, but it never came. The wind might have kept them disbursed. It was pretty slow, but we managed a few fish including a really hard fighting male rainbow about 3 lbs. Our best fly was a bead head stonefly nymph with rubber legs. There wasn't anyone else on our stretch of the river and that was fine with us.

Guadalupe River and Canyon Lake Fishing Guides Report and Current Conditions: Friday April 7, 2023. Guadalupe River flow has increased slightly from recent rainfall. The tailrace, water temp at Canyon Lake Dam was 54 degrees with clear water conditions. Today was pretty wet with about an inch of local rainfall. We only saw a couple of people on the water trying to get there fly fishing in. We rescheduled our trips to better conditions and we were glad. Tomorrow has a better forecast and we'll hit the river with Jessica and her Dad. We offer guided fly fishing trips in the Texas Hill Country and beyond.

Guadalupe Trout Fly Fishing Guide and Canyon Lake Fishing Guides Current Report and Conditions: Saturday April 8, 2023. Half day float/fly fishing lesson with Jessica and her Dad from Midland Texas produced two new fly fishers. They were smart and listened carefully to the guide. The day was overcast with cool temps for this time of year. The wind was from the north about 5-10 mph. We didn't see any insects hatching and that was a bummer. We did see, some spawning sucker fishes and very few fishers. We managed to land some fish, including a 20 inch rainbow trout that Jessica caught and released. Our best flies were the San Juan Worm and bead head stonefly nymphs. What's not to like?

Guadalupe River and Canyon Lake Fishing Guide Report and Current Conditions: Sunday April 9, 2023. It started out with overcast skies and temps in the high 50's. The Canyon Lake Dam release was cold and clear. The river was not crowded and there were fish being caught...and released. We heard several fishers say that the Damsel Nymph, Prince Nymph, and Stone Fly Nymph were doing the job. 4X tippet was needed and fluorocarbon was the go to leader. The winds were light and from the northeast. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons and instruction in the Austin area, San Antonio, and New Braunfels Texas.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Fly Fishing Report and Current Conditions: Updated Tuesday April 11, 2023. Canyon Lake is 78.6  percent full. The release from Canyon Lake Dam was clear and cold at 54 degrees F. Scott from Dripping Springs, TX joined us for a short float on the lower section below Rio Raft Company. There was a nice Caddis hatch and BWO's too. The morning was good, but the afternoon was slow until we rigged up for warmwater species. The stonefly nymph saved us. We caught and released about fifteen fish. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, classes, lessons, and instruction in the Austin area, San Antonio area, and New Braunfels are too.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Current Report and Conditions: Thursday April 13, 2023. Afternoon scouting trip on Canyon Lake with Chris Jackson from Action Angler produced several nice bass on fly. The day was epic with temps at 72 degrees and almost no humidity, and clear blue skies. The water was crystal clear on the upper end and the crawfish fly was the ticket. We fished out of the Hewes Redfisher 18 (poling skiff) with a 150 Yamaha outboard. Canyon Lake is 78% full and the water is really clear, in most places. The were not many boats on the water and that was pleasant.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guides and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Current Report and Conditions: Sunday April 16, 2023. Canyon Lake level was 78% full with clear water conditions. The day started off cool with temps in the low 60's F. The winds were from the northeast at 10-20 mph. There were not very many people out, and it was nice to see that. We had good reports of largemouth and smallmouth bass still in various stages of spawning, The striper activity was also good with a topwater bite and schools on top of shad baitballs. The bleeding shad fly, was the top performer on a weight forward floating flyline. The upper end of the lake at the river mouth, was producing white bass at 15-25 feet of depth. Crappie were also being caught around drowned timber in the river channel.

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Current Report and Conditions: Monday April 17, 2023. Scouting trip on Canyon Lake with Spencer McHaney and his lovely lady Alissa was a funtime. We had some action, but overall the bite was slow. The wind started out calm with clear blue skies and temps in the mid 50's. The wind promptly picked up to 15 mph in a couple of hours. Our best fly was the Game Changer in black. Canyon Lake is 78% percent full with clear water conditions on the upper end, near the dam; and relatively clear with a green stain on the confluence with the Guadalupe River.

 

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Current Report and Conditions: Updated Tuesday April 18, 2023. The outflow from Canyon Lake Dam was clear and cold. The day started off cool with temps in the high 50's. The morning was overcast, but the sun came out around 1:00 pm with partly cloudy skies. It warmed to 84 degrees before the clouds appeared around 4:00. The trout bite was slow, but we managed some nice bass on fly, downstream of Rio Guadalupe Resort about 1.5 miles. Our best fly was the black popper with white rubber legs. 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 Current Report and Conditions: Friday April 21, 2023. Overnight thunderstorms brought hail, flash flooding and high winds to the Guadalupe River Valley. The lightning was constant, but no damage was seen. The river rose about 50% from its pre rain flow. The channel was chocolate with some debris. The aquifer went up slightly from rain in the recharge zone. We rescheduled our trips for this morning and we're looking forward to getting back out there tomorrow morning!

Canyon Lake Fishing Guide and Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Current Report and Conditions: Saturday April 22, 2023. Morning trip on Canyon Lake produced some hook ups and big bass follows. Our clients were beginner fly fishers and our trip was mainly a lesson. We actually started out with a casting lesson on the bow of the boat and transitioned to fishing after we got the casting mechanics down. Canyon Lake is 78% full and the water is clear in the big part of the lake, and stained dark green and brown where the local creeks come in. Our best fly was a crawfish pattern and it produced some action. The release from Canyon Lake Dam into the Guadalupe River was clear and cold. Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

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 bas 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, Lake, 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.