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Guadalupe River Striped Bass Caught By Don Holmes in the Trophy Trout Zone
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McLean Bowman with 10 lb Devils River Largemouth Bass

Mark Edgmon's Trophy Devils River Largemouth Bass
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Mark Edgmon with trophy Devils River Largemouth Bass

Texas Monthly Publisher David Dunham at Dolan Falls, Devils River Fly Fishing
Texas Monthly Publisher David Dunham at Dolan Falls

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Mark McGarrah with trophy Devils River Largemouth Bass

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Phil Watkins with Devils River Largemouth Bass

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Cindy's trophy bass!

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Andrew with his Guadalupe Bass on Fly Fishing Guide Trip

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Garrett Gordy with trophy Guadalupe Rainbow Trout

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides and Fly Fishing Report
Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides and Fly Fishing Report

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Report and River Conditions:  Wednesday March 16, 2016;  six mile float from Rio to Gardo's with Tom Fiorina and his lovely wife Pat from southern California produced too many Guadalupe Trout to count,  We landed three brown trout and the rest were rainbows.  Canyon Dam release was 160 cfs with chalky green tint.  The weather was perfect with temps in the 60's and 70's F. with plenty of sunshine.  Our best fly of the day was the common Prince Nymph.

Guadalupe River Fishing Guide Report and River Conditions:  Friday March 18, 2016; two boat trip with Barry Richards and his buddies Wayne Stokes, Daniel and Vince produced quite few Guadalupe trout and warmwater species too.  The release from from Canyon Dam was 230 cfs and the water was chalky with light green tint.  We floated and fished about six river miles with beautiful weather conditions.  Our best fly of the day was the caddis emerger.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Report and River Conditions:  Sunday March 20, 2016; half day trip with Becky Garza and Leeanne from Austin produced two new fly fishers.  The weather was nice with temps in the 60's F.  We drifted nymphs through many different runs and got a few hook ups but the action was really slow.  There was a BWO and Trico hatch but it was short lived and not very prolific.  The Canyon Dam release was 240 cfs with chalky green water and decent clarity.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Report and River Conditions:  Monday March 21, 2016; evening observations at the third crossing below Canyon Lake revealed no fishers whatsoever.  The weather was beautiful with clear blue skies and temps in the mid 60's F.  The release from Canyon dam was 140 cfs and the water was relatively clear with a chalky green tint.  We saw a nice BWO, Trico and Caddis hatch.  True to form for the Guadalupe River...we saw no fish rising for the tasty bugs.  The truth is:  there is so much food below the surface there's no need to risk attack from Osprey, raccoons and herons.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Report and River Conditions:  Tuesday March 22, 2016; evening scouting trip at the third crossing with friends produced several nice Guadalupe Trout on nymphs.  The wind challenged our casting skills.  The release from Canyon Lake was 130 cfs with light green stained water.  There was only one other person on the water near us.  Expedition Outfitters offers fly fishing guide trips, fly fishing lessons, and fly fishing instruction near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Report and River Conditions:  Wednesday March 23, 2016; evening reports from Eric Bataille "aka the trawler" showed good action at the bend above old Camp Beans.  Eric caught and released several nice Guadalupe trout on nymphs.  The release from Canyon lake was 250 cfs with chalky green water.  The best fly of the day was the San Juan worm.  Expedition Outfitters offers fly fishing guide trips on the Texas Hill Country Spring Fed Rivers near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Saturday March 26, 2016; evening observations at the third crossing revealed no fly fishers whatsoever.  The evening was beautiful with partly cloudy skies and temps in the low 70's F.  There was a nice Caddis, BWO and Trico hatch.  True to form there were no Guadalupe Trout rising for these tasty treats.  The sub-surface bio-mass is so prolific, there's no reason to expose risk to surface predators.  The Canyon Dam release was about 250 cfs.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Report and River Conditions:  Monday March 28, 2016; six mile float with Greg, Janet and their lovely daughters Emma and Brianna produced several nice Guadalupe Trout on nymph rigs.  There were tons of bugs hatching but no fish rising to the tasty morsels.  Our best fly of the day was the red San Juan worm.  The Canyon Dam release was 250 cfs with chalky, light green stained water.  The weather was perfect with high temps in the mid 70's F.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Thursday March 31, 2016; six mile float from Rio to Gardo's produced several Guadalupe Trout and bass on streamers with Danie and Stu from Wyoming.  The weather was beautiful with clear blue skies and temps in the high 70's F.  The release from Canyon Dam was 250 cfs with relatively clear water with a green chalky tint.  Danie is pictured below with one of her largemouth bass caught on a "baby rainbow trout" fly.

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Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Near Austin San Antonio and New Brunfels Texas

Guadalupe Fly Fishing Guide Report and River Conditions:  Monday April 4, 2016; morning observations at the third crossing showed no fly fishers.  The weather was clear with temps in the high 40's F.  There was a nice BWO and Trico hatch but only a couple of fish rising to the tasty bugs.  The caddis began hatching as the morning temps warmed into the 70's F.  Expedition Outfitters offers guided fly fishing trips in the Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas areas.

Devils River Fly Fishing Report and River Conditions:  Wednesday April 13 and Thursday April 14, 2016; Two day trip on the lower Devils near the confluence with Lake Amistad produced several trophy smallmouth and largemouth bass.  Ford McTee from Austin Texas and his buddies joined us for a great trip with good weather and river flows.  The most productive flies were topwater patterns but we got several fish on streamers too.  Ford McTee is pictured below with one of his smallmouth bass.

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Ford McTee with trophy Devils River smallmouth bass caught on fly

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Report and River Conditions:  Tuesday April 19, 2016; heavy rains and winds from yesterday gave way to improving conditions.  The sky cleared and the floodwaters subsided.  Of course there were no fishermen or other river users.  The water clarity changed from chocolate to green.  Everything looks good for the weekend.

Guadalupe Fishing Guide Report and River Conditions:  Wednesday April 20, 2016; morning observations at the third crossing below Canyon Lake revealed improved fishing conditions from the day before.  Canyon Dam release was 600 cfs with relatively clear water with a chalky green tint.  There was a nice BWO and Trico hatch with some caddis sprinkled in.  The weather was gorgeous with clear blue skies and high temps around 70 degrees F.  Expedition Outfitters offers fly fishing lessons, classes and instruction near Austin and San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Report and River Conditions:  Saturday April 23, 2016; six mile float with Terry Kramer and his lovely wife Deb produced some nice bass and sunfish.  The Canyon Dam release was 1,100 cfs so we decided to target warmwater species.  The decision paid off because trout fishing was slow with high flows and off color conditions.  Expedition Outfitters offers guided fly fishing trips, casting lessons and fly fishing instruction on the Hill Country Rivers near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Devils River Fishing Report and River Conditions:  May 10 and 11, 2016; Flow at Pafford Crossing approximately 250 cfs.  Water was clear with light green tint.  We had the pleasure of hosting legendary baseball star Nolan Ryan and his buddy Don Sanders from Houston.  We caught and released too many smallmouth bass to count.  The weather was pleasant with good fishing conditions.  Please see picture below with one of our smallmouth bass.

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Nolan Ryan and Don Sanders with Expedition Outfitters

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Saturday May 21. 2016; Canyon Dam release was increased to drain off flood waters from Canyon Lake.  We postponed our trip today so that we can have a good time at lower flows.  Expedition Outfitters offers fly fishing classes, lessons and instruction near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Report and River Conditions:  Sunday May 22, 2016; Flood releases from Canyon Lake continued today so we are headed to the Llano River and possibly Devils for our next few guide trips.  The weather has been beautiful with cool temps in the 70's and 80's F. due to the "El Nino" influence.  Expedition Outfitters offers fly fishing classes, lessons and instruction near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Report and River Conditions:  Monday May 23, 2016; morning observations at the third crossing revealed flood releases from Canyon Lake.  The US Army Corps of Engineers will reduce the flow for the Memorial holiday.  Flows will be in the 400 cfs range.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Report and River  Conditions:  Tuesday May 24, 2016; morning observations at the third crossing revealed continued flood releases from Canyon Dam.  The US Army Corps of Engineers will reduce flows to recreational levels by Friday morning with flows in the 400 cfs range.  The weather today was overcast with cool temps for this time of year in the mid 70's F and mid 80's F.  Expedition Outfitters offers fly fishing classes, lessons and instruction near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide Report and River Conditions:  Saturday May 28, 2016; half day trip with Marion and Jim McCoy from the Dallas /Ft. Worth area produced several nice Guadalupe Trout on nymphs.  The weather was perfect with morning temps in the low 60's F. and partly cloudy skies.  We got started pretty early and beat the tubers and partyers.  The flow was 400 cubic feet per second and in the high 50's F. coming off the bottom of Canyon Lake.  Jim is pictured below with one his Guadalupe Trout. 

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Jim McCoy with one of his Guadalupe Trout

Guadalupe Fly Fishing Guide Report and River Conditions:  Friday August 26, 2016 morning scouting trip below Canyon Lake revealed dam release at 500 cubic feet per second, the water is relatively clear with an olive green tint from recent flash floods.  We landed and released several nice smallies and largemouth bass on topwater patterns.  The temps were pleasant in the mid 70's to high 80's F with partly cloudy skies.  Expedition Outfitters offers fly fishing guide trips, fly fishing lessons and instruction on the spring fed rivers near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Saturday August 27, 2016; Canyon Dam release was 500 cubic feet per second.  Half day morning trip with Skip Robertson from San Diego produced too many smallmouth and largemouth bass to count.  We didn't land any monsters but they jumped and fought really hard.  The recent overcast days and cooler temps really turned things around from the usual August heat.  Our best takes were on topwater but we got a few on streamers as well.  We had the river to ourself and a few tubers and kayakers started appearing after lunch.  Expedition Outfitters offers guided fly fishing trips and instruction near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe Fishing Guide Report and River Conditions:  Updated Friday September 3, 2016; half day morning guide trip with Scott Welsh MD and his dad Dan from Illinois, produced several nice Guadalupe Bass on topwater patterns.  Our biggest fish topped out around 4.5 lbs.  Canyon Dam release was about 500 cubic feet per second with relatively clear water and greenish brown stain from recent floods.  The day was overcast with temps in the mid 70's to mid 80's F.  We didn't encounter anyone else on our 3 mile float.  Expedition Outfitters offers fly fishing classes, lessons and instruction near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Monday September 5, 2016; Labor Day weekend has come to an end with most of the tourists leaving until next spring.  This is the best time to be on the water!  Guadalupe River morning guide trip yielded several nice smallmouth bass and largemouth bass too.  Everything we caught and released were on topwater patterns.  The takes were explosive with many fish jumping and running in acrobatic fashion.  The morning was overcast with temps in the low 70's F.  The flow from Canyon Dam was 450 cubic feet per second with relatively clear water (about 10 feet visibility) and light brown stain from recent rains.  Expedition Outfitters offers Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guide trips near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Tuesday September 6, 2016; morning trip in the warmwater section of the Guadalupe River produced several nice largemouth and smallmouth bass.  Once again the topwater bite was on.  The flow from Canyon Lake was 440 cubic feet per second.  The water was pretty clear with an ice tea colored stain.  The day was pleasant with temps in the low 70's to mid 80's F.  We were the only people on the river this morning.  

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Wednesday September 7, 2016; morning scouting trip on the warmwater section of the Guadalupe River produced several nice bass and brightly colored sunfish.  The weather was partly cloudy with temps in the high 70's to mid 80's F.  The Canyon Dam release rate was 440 cubic feet per second with relatively clear water with ice tea colored stain from recent flood conditions.  Expedition Outfitters offers guided fly fishing trips on the rivers near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Thursday September 8, 2016; half day morning trip with Ben Taub from Houston produced several nice bass and brightly colored sunfish.  The morning was overcast with temps in the mid 70's F.  The flow from Canyon Dam was 440 cubic feet per second.  The water was clear with an ice tea colored stain from recent flash floods.  Our best fly was the Chernobyl Ant.  Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, fly fishing lessons and fly fishing instruction on the rivers near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Updated Saturday September 10, 2016; Full day guide trip on the Guadalupe River in the warmwater section produced two new fly fishers.  Brad King and his son Brazos joined Expedition Outfitters guide Kevin Stubbs for a six mile float.  We caught and released several nice fish.  The weather was overcast with cool temps in the 70's and 80's F.  The release from Canyon Lake was 440 cubic feet per second.  The water was relatively clear with an ice tea stain from recent flash flood events.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Sunday September 11, 2016; a solemn day to remember for sure.  To portray a positive attitude we went fishing on the Guadalupe River in the New Braunfels Texas area.  Expedition Outfitters clients were Texas Monthly Publisher David Dunham and his son Pat.  The day was beautiful with cool temps and partly cloudy skies.  Canyon Dam release was 440 cubic feet per second with spring fed creeks adding another 60 cfs.  David's son Pat caught on to fly fishing quickly but the bite was slow.  We managed to catch and release a few fish though.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Monday September 12, 2016; half day morning trip produced a few more fish than yesterday.  The weather was delightful with temps in the 70's and 80's F with partly cloudy skies.  The Canyon Dam release was 440 cubic feet per second with creeks and springs adding another 60 cfs.  Today our luck fly was the "Bitch Creek Nymph" drifted and stripped behind a cone head streamer.  We didn't see another person on the river today.  Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips, lessons, and instruction near San Antonio, Austin and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Tuesday September 13, 2016; half day morning trip with Frenchy Smith and his wife Nancy produced several nice bass and sunfish on topwater flies,  The Canyon Dam release was lowered to 230 cfs.  The water was clear with an ice tea colored stain from recent floods.  The weather was beautiful with clear blue skies and temps in the mid 70's to mid 80's F.  Expedition Outfitters offers fly fishing guide trips, fly fishing lessons and instruction on the Hill Country Rivers near Austin, New Braunfels and San Antonio Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides River Report and Conditions:  Wednesday September 14, 2013; half day morning trip on the warmwater section of the Guadalupe River produced a few nice bass and sunfish.  The weather was beautiful with temps in the 80's F. with partly cloudy skies.  The release from Canyon Lake was 270 cubic feet per second.  We didn't see another person on the Guadalupe River this morning.  Expedition Outfitters offers fly fishing classes. lessons and instruction near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Updated Thursday September 15, 2016; morning fly fishing guide trip in the warmwater section of the Guadalupe River produced 2 new fly fishers.  Ben and Frida from Austin joined us for a 3 mile float and we caught and released several bass and several brightly colored sunfish.  The weather was beautiful with temps in the 70's and 80's F with clear blue skies.  The release from Canyon Lake was 270 cubic feet per second.  Expedition Outfitters offers guided fly fishing trips on the Hill Country River near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Friday September 16, 2016; morning trip on the Guadalupe River produced 2 new fly fishers and several brightly colored sunfish and some feisty bass too.  Topwater patterns were our go to patterns.  Rich and Caroline joined us from Austin, it was their first time to fly fish but they caught on quickly.  The river was flowing at 270 cubic feet per second and the weather was perfect with clear blue skies and temps in the high 70's and mid 80's F.  Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips on the Hill Country rivers near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Saturday September 17, 2016; half day morning instructional float/guide trip produced two new fly fishers.  Randy Griffin from Macon, Georgia and his son Erick from Austin Texas joined Expedition Outfitters guide Kevin Stubbs for a float in the warmwater section of the Guadalupe River.   The release from Canyon Dam was around 270 cfs with creeks and springs adding another 50 cfs.  The water was ice tea colored with good clarity.  The sub surface flies did the best for us although we got a few takes on the topwater patterns too.  Expedition Outfitters offers fly fishing classes, lessons and instruction on the spring fed rivers of the Texas near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Sunday September 18. 2016; half day morning trip on the Guadalupe River produced several nice smallmouth and largemouth bass.  Laura Wayland and her buddy Fred from Austin joined us for a fun time.  The best fly of the day was the frog popper.  The release from Canyon Lake was 210 cubic feet per second.  The water was relatively clear with an ice tea colored stain from recent flood events.  The weather was perfect with clear blue skies and temps in the mid 70's to high 80's F.  Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips on the spring fed Hill Country rivers near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Updated Monday September 19, 2016; evening observations at the third crossing on the Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake revealed no fishermen, tubers or kayakers.  The weather was beautiful with temps in the low 90's F. and clear blue skies.  Canyon Dam release was 230 cfs with creeks and springs adding additional flow.  We sent guide trainees to provide us with a sampling and they managed to catch and release quite a few smallmouth and largemouth bass on topwater patterns.  Expedition Outfitters offers fly fishing classes, lessons and instruction near Austin, San Antonio and new Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Tuesday September 20, 2016; morning scouting trip with close friends produced too many bass to count.  We got them on topwater patterns and heavy streamers too.  Canyon Dam release was 208 cfs with creeks and springs adding another 40 cfs.  The weather was beautiful with clear blue skies and temps in the 80's and low 90's F.  Expedition Outfitters offers guided fly fishing trips on the Guadalupe River near New Braunfels, San Antonio and Austin Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Wednesday September 21, 2016; half day morning trip with Frank Goza and his son Eric produced two new fly fishers.  They struggled at first but made progress after a little while.  They managed to catch and release quite a few fish with the largest fish being caught by Eric on a topwater fly.  The Canyon Lake release was 230 cfs with creeks and springs adding another 60 cfs.  The day was beautiful with partly cloudy skies and temps in the low 70's to low 90's F.  Expedition Outfitters provides fly fishing classes, lessons and instruction near San Antonio, Austin and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Thursday September 22, 2016;  evening scouting trip at the third crossing below Canyon Lake produced several nice bass on topwater flies.  The release from Canyon Lake was 240 cfs with creeks and springs adding another 60 cfs.  The weather was cool with temps in the lower 80's F. and overcast skies.  Expedition Outfitters provides fly fishing classes, lessons and instruction on the Central Texas Hill Country spring fed rivers near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Updated Friday September 23, 2016; morning guide trip with old friends produced several nice bass.  The morning started out foggy with temps around 69 degrees F.  The water was really clear with an ice tea colored stain from recent flood events.  Later in the day the sun came out and gave us several sight casting opportunities.  The Canyon Dam release was reduced to 150 cfs, but the creeks and springs are adding additional flow.  Expedition Outfitters provides fly fishing classes, lessons and instruction on the Hill Country rivers near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions: Saturday September 24, 2016; six mile float with Kenny Hill from Austin produced too many fish to count.  Almost everything hit the sub-surface flies although we got a couple of nice bass on topwater patterns.  The flow from Canyon Lake was 150 cfs with creeks and springs adding another 30 cfs.  The water was clear with an ice tea colored stain and the weather was great with partly cloudy skies and temps in the 80's and low 90's F.  Expedition Outfitters gives fly fishing classes, lessons and instruction on the Hill Country Rivers near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Updated Sunday September 25, 2016; we rescheduled our trips we had booked for today because of thunderstorms...good call!  The day was filled with lightning and thunder so I'm glade we're not out there.  The release from Canyon Lake was 150 cfs.  The rain has increased the flow on the upper Guadalupe River.  This will translate to higher flows downstream too.  Expedition Outfitters provides guided fly fishing trips on the rivers near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Monday September 26, 2016; rainshowers and thunderstorms forced us to reschedule our plans.  The day was scrubbed and rescheduled for another opportunity.  It was a good thing because we had a minor flash flood.  Better safe than sorry!  Expedition Outfitters provides fly  fishing classes, lessons and instruction on the Hill Country Rivers near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe River Fly Fishing Guides Report and River Conditions:  Tuesday September 27, 2016; evening fly fishing trip with friends produced several nice smallmouth and largemouth bass on streamers.  The weather was cooler with overcast skies.  The temps were in the high 60's F with light winds from the North.  Canyon Dam release was increased to 300 cfs because of yesterday's rainfall.  Expedition Outfitters offers fly fishing classes, lessons and hosts fly fishing guided river trips on the spring fed Hill Country rivers near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe Trout Fly Fishing Guide Report and River Conditions:  Wednesday September 28, 2016; evening fishing trip with friends produced several good bass and many brightly colored sunfish.  The topwater patterns were the best performers.  The release from Canyon Lake Dam was 320 cubic feet per second with creeks and springs adding another 30 cfs.  The water was ice tea colored from recent flash floods but it was relatively clear.  The weather was delightful with temps in the high 70's F with clear blue skies.  Expedition Outfitters offers fly fishing classes, lessons and instruction near Austin, San Antonio and New Braunfels Texas.

Guadalupe Trout Fly Fishing Guide Report and River Conditions:  Thursday September 29, 2016; morning fly fishing lesson produced two new fly fishers.  We did our lesson on the Guadalupe River near Canyon Lake and the day was beautiful with sunshine and good river flows at 320 cfs.  The water is still an ice tea colored stain from recent floods but it has good clarity.  We also had a boat guiding on the Colorado River today near Austin but we haven't heard the guide's report yet.  









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