Where do you fly fish on the Guadalupe River in Texas?

Where do you fly fish on the Guadalupe River in Texas?

Trout will be stocked at Guadalupe Park, Whitewater Camp, 4th Crossing, 3rd Crossing, and Camp Huaco Springs. Many camps and resorts in this area offer river access to paying guests.

Can you fish the Guadalupe River?

It’s no secret that the Guadalupe River boasts some of the best fishing spots in Texas. Fishermen and anglers come from miles away to reel in a variety of fish including Rainbow Trout, Guadalupe Bass, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Sunfish, and Rio Grande Perch.

What flies to use for trout on the Guadalupe River?

Guadalupe River Fly fishing is primarily done via wet flies, nymphs, and streamers. Although at times it pays to have some mayfly or caddis dry flies, think about subsurface flies while reading the information below. Midges, mayflies, and caddis are the predominant prey insects for Guadalupe trout.

Do trout spawn in the Guadalupe River?

Holdovers are Trout that survive the Summer on The Guadalupe. Rainbows spawn every year on The Guadalupe but the fry don’t always survive to catchable size due to a variety of factors.

Where do you enter the Guadalupe River?

  • Location “B” is the “Entry Point” to enter the Guadalupe River from Tube Haus and is also the beginning of the “Short Float” and the “Long Float-
  • Location “B” is the “Exit Point” for the “Short Float”.

Can you drink alcohol on the Guadalupe River?

Yes, you can drink on the Guadalupe and Comal Rivers (this is in accordance with TX law) And you can drink whatever you’d like – beer, wine, mojitos, margaritas, fuzzy navels, any other alcoholic beverage, juice, water, sports drinks, and even that stuff you found dripping from under the hotel sink if you want.

Can you swim in the Guadalupe River?

With four miles of river frontage, the Guadalupe River takes center stage at the park. Step away from the river to find the more peaceful areas. On the river, you can swim, fish, tube and canoe. While on land, you can camp, hike, ride mountain bikes or horses, picnic, geocache, and bird watch.