Welcome to Guadalupe Trout!
Texas Fly Fishing? Texas trout fishing? Fly fishing Texas for rainbow and brown trout may seem like an unlikely pursuit, but Guadalupe River fishing is something you have to experience to believe.
Listed in America's 100 Best Trout Streams, the Guadalupe River in Texas is the southernmost Trout fishery in the United States. Through the efforts of the Guadalupe River Chapter of Trout Unlimited and Texas Parks and Wildlife, anglers can fly fish for trout year-round.
The Guadalupe River tailwater, located halfway between Austin and San Antonio, Texas, runs through a beautiful canyon with high limestone bluffs covered with ash juniper, pecan, and live oak, and the river itself is lined with towering bald cypress. The Guadalupe River fishes much like the San Juan River in New Mexico -- the requisite flies are similar, although the Guadalupe River trout are often less discerning than the San Juan trout. We also fly fish other Texas Hill Country waters, including some private spring-fed water for 1lb to 6lb trout, bass, and perch.
This site will provide you with information about fly fishing trips, instruction, and other information relating to fly fishing Central Texas and the Guadalupe River. Come experience fly fishing Texas!