With numerous rivers, small lakes and ponds throughout the area, the Texas Hill Country offers year-round fly fishing opportunities. Some of our best fly fishing in Texas is on the Guadalupe River for trout in the winter months and in the spring and fall on the Llano River for bass, sunfish and Rio Grande Cichlids.
The Guadalupe River below Canyon Dam is the southern most trout fishery in the United States. Guadalupe River trout fishing benefits from the cool waters released from Canyon Dam that sustains a year-round trout population. In addition to the hold over trout, Guadalupe River also benefits from annual stockings of rainbow trout by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and the Guadalupe River Chapter of Trout Unlimited. Fly fishing the Guadalupe River is most successful with nymphs but we do have success with soft hackles, streamers and selected dry fly fishing, especially during our trico hatches in February and March.