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Chasing Bassquatch Texas Bass Trip

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Central Texas Bass Fishing

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Lake Austin Bass Fishing

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Lake Austin

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Bowfishing Charter

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Fishing in Belton
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trip description for Bowfishing Charter in Belton

Book a trip for a night fun of action packed bowfishing. My name is Dustin, and I am owner and operator. I live on Stillhouse Lake and have been bowfishing for several years, so I know the lake very well. I also fish several other lakes around the area including Lake Belton, Lake Austin, Lake Whitney and others. If you're a first time, no worries, I have you covered. I supply all the state-of-the-art equipment to have an action-packed night out on the water. Having a range of bows everyone including women and children that can accommodate different individuals. We will start the trip off meeting at the boat ramp and loading up at your preferred time. Then making our way out to the lake, where I will go over a safety briefing with you and get you set up with your bow you will be shooting throughout the trip. You will then take some practice shots to get comfortable with your bow, then off we go to chase some fish. If you have larger groups (bachelor parties, corporate events, friends, family or just a date night), we can accommodate those bigger groups as well within a 2 weeks' notice. You will be fishing off of a 20ft 72inch wide custom center console specifically outfitted for bowfishing. The boat is equipped with twelve 100 watt led lights that is best for all clarity of waters we fish in. I will guide you during the trip, pointing out fish to help you even if you don't see them and helping you bag those fish. There is plenty of opportunities to shoot fish as there in an unlimited bag on them. So, what are you waiting for let's book you today for a night full of fun. Questions or comments please reach out to us Read More

Lake, River Fishing Trip in Belton

Bowfishing Charter

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Fishing in Austin
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Fishing in Austin
trip description for Lake Austin in Austin

Choose between Lake Austin, LBJ or Buchanon and target largemouth, striper hybrid and white bass. Trips includes all new rods, reels, tackle, bottled water and ice. You are welcome to bring your own gear if you prefer. The only thing you need to bring is a Texas fishing license which can be purchased online at this link https://tpwd.texas.gov/business/licenses/online_sales/ (https://tpwd.texas.gov/business/licenses/online_sales/) Read More

Lake, River Fishing Trip in Austin

Lake Austin

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trip description for Lake Austin Bass Fishing in Austin

Head out with your pro guide Aaron for an action-packed day of Bass whacking on Lake Austin! For the most part you'll be targeting Largemouth Bass on these lakes, but Aaron occasionally targets Stripers, Sandbass, Crappie, and Catfish as well. He likes to target these species on light tackle gear using a variety of soft plastic and hard baits. Whichever flavor suits your fancy, Aaron can definitely accommodate. Aaron can take up to 2 guests on these half-day adventures. You will be fishing aboard his 19ft 2021 Skeeter ZX150 bass boat, which is suited to all your need. The vessel is powered by a 150 Yamaha VMAX SHO engine that will power you across the smooth surface of the lake with speed. Aaron masterfully guides the vessel to put you on your prey, taking you to his favorite fishing holes on the lake. Aaron can provide all the fishing gear for you: rods, reels, artificial lures, and light tackle for you, but feel free to bring your own if you'd like as well. Otherwise feel free to bring your favorite snacks, drinks, and don't forget your Texas fishing license. Get ready to whack some bass! Read More

Lake Fishing Trip in Austin

Lake Austin Bass Fishing

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trip description for Central Texas Bass Fishing in Austin

Head out with your pro guide Aaron for an action-packed day of Bass whacking on Lake Travis, Lake Austin, Lake Walter E. Long aka Decker Lake, and Lake Bastrop. For the most part you'll be targeting Largemouth Bass on these lakes, but Aaron occasionally targets Stripers, Sandbass, Crappie, and Catfish as well. He likes to target these species on light tackle gear using a variety of soft plastic and hard baits. Whichever flavor suits your fancy, Aaron can definitely accommodate. Aaron can take up to 2 guests on these half-day adventures. You will be fishing aboard his 19ft 2021 Skeeter ZX150 bass boat, which is suited to all your need. The vessel is powered by a 150 Yamaha VMAX SHO engine that will power you across the smooth surface of the lake with speed. Aaron masterfully guides the vessel to put you on your prey, taking you to his favorite fishing holes on the lake. Aaron can provide all the fishing gear for you: rods, reels, artificial lures, and light tackle for you, but feel free to bring your own if you'd like as well. Otherwise feel free to bring your favorite snacks, drinks, and don't forget your Texas fishing license. Get ready to whack some bass! Read More

Lake Fishing Trip in Austin

Central Texas Bass Fishing

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Fishing in Austin
Fishing in Austin
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trip description for Central Texas Hawgs in Austin

Spring Fishing report: Several lakes are fishing good right now in the central Texas area. We are catching 15-30 or more on a half day trip on Travis, Decker, LBJ and Buchanan. There are other lakes doing good as well. There are fish shallow and deep, but the big fish are shallow right now as they are spawning or close to it. If you are after that fish of a lifetime or just bigger fish, Lake Falcon and Choke Canyon is producing some great quality fish right now. It's always a great time to get that child on some fish. I would be happy to help you do that so book your trip today! Read More

Lake Fishing Trip in Austin

Central Texas Hawgs

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Fishing in Austin
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trip description for Chasing Bassquatch Texas Bass Trip in Austin

Prepare for some of the best freshwater fishing in Texas when you hop on board with Ander! Ander knows Austin’s freshwater fishing hotspots like the back of his hand and will take you right to where the fish bite. If you've been looking to set a new personal record, there's no better way than a trip with Ander. Ander usually targets Texas Black Bass, AKA Largemouth Bass, but will take advantage when conditions offer up Catfish, Panfish, Striped Bass, White Bass, or Hybrids (White Bass x Striped Bass). These trips are typically catch-and-release but you can keep your catch within state regulations if you so desire. Ander conducts these 5-hour (half-day) and 8-hour (full-day) trips on his 19’ Nitro—a state-of-the-art bass fishing boat. She's equipped with a wireless trolling motor, a 150-HP Yamaha engine, and top-quality electronics—including a Hydrowave sound emitter—to really enhance your trip! She can accommodate you and your best angling buddy, so choose wisely! While you're more than welcome to bring your own fishing equipment, Ander provides Ardent rods and reels and P-Line fishing line for anglers to enjoy on his bass trips. Make sure to bring a valid Texas Freshwater Fishing License, food and drinks of your choice, a hat, and sunscreen. Come explore this fishing paradise with Ander! Read More

Lake Fishing Trip in Austin

Chasing Bassquatch Texas Bass Trip

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Fishing in Austin
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Fishing in Austin
trip description for Central Texas Bass Fishing in Austin

Head out with your pro guide Aaron for an action-packed day of Bass whacking on Lake Travis, Lake Austin, Lake Walter E. Long aka Decker Lake, and Lake Bastrop. For the most part you'll be targeting Largemouth Bass on these lakes, but Aaron occasionally targets Stripers, Sandbass, Crappie, and Catfish as well. He likes to target these species on light tackle gear using a variety of soft plastic and hard baits. Whichever flavor suits your fancy, Aaron can definitely accommodate. Aaron can take up to 2 guests on these half-day adventures. You will be fishing aboard his 19ft 2021 Skeeter ZX150 bass boat, which is suited to all your need. The vessel is powered by a 150 Yamaha VMAX SHO engine that will power you across the smooth surface of the lake with speed. Aaron masterfully guides the vessel to put you on your prey, taking you to his favorite fishing holes on the lake. Aaron can provide all the fishing gear for you: rods, reels, artificial lures, and light tackle for you, but feel free to bring your own if you'd like as well. Otherwise feel free to bring your favorite snacks, drinks, and don't forget your Texas fishing license. Get ready to whack some bass! Read More

Lake Fishing Trip in Austin

Central Texas Bass Fishing

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Fishing in Austin
trip description for Private Bass "Tournament" Trip in Austin

Love catching big Bass but never had the chance to fish in an official tournament? Get some buddies together for this unique, competitive tournament-style Bassfishing trip on the lakes around Austin, Texas! On this trip, your group will split up according to how many people you bring, typically going 2-3 per boat, and competing to see who can catch the better fish! The terms of this tournament will be up to you, and you can compete based on size, number of fish, top five catches, or more! Feel free to bring drinks and snacks, and make sure you've got some good trash-talk ready to go. Aaron can take up to 2 guests on this tournament adventure. You will be fishing aboard his 19ft 2021 Skeeter ZX150 bass boat, which is suited to all your need. The vessel is powered by a 150 Yamaha VMAX SHO engine that will power you across the smooth surface of the lake with speed. Aaron can provide all the fishing gear for you: rods, reels, artificial lures, and light tackle for you, but feel free to bring your own if you'd like as well. Otherwise feel free to bring your favorite snacks, drinks, and don't forget your Texas fishing license. Get ready to whack some bass! Read More

Lake Fishing Trip in Austin

Private Bass "Tournament" Trip

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Fishing in Austin
trip description for Lake Austin Bass Fishing in Austin

Head out with your pro guide Aaron for an action-packed day of Bass whacking on Lake Austin! For the most part you'll be targeting Largemouth Bass on these lakes, but Aaron occasionally targets Stripers, Sandbass, Crappie, and Catfish as well. He likes to target these species on light tackle gear using a variety of soft plastic and hard baits. Whichever flavor suits your fancy, Aaron can definitely accommodate. Aaron can take up to 2 guests on these half-day adventures. You will be fishing aboard his 19ft 2021 Skeeter ZX150 bass boat, which is suited to all your need. The vessel is powered by a 150 Yamaha VMAX SHO engine that will power you across the smooth surface of the lake with speed. Aaron masterfully guides the vessel to put you on your prey, taking you to his favorite fishing holes on the lake. Aaron can provide all the fishing gear for you: rods, reels, artificial lures, and light tackle for you, but feel free to bring your own if you'd like as well. Otherwise feel free to bring your favorite snacks, drinks, and don't forget your Texas fishing license. Get ready to whack some bass! Read More

Lake Fishing Trip in Austin

Lake Austin Bass Fishing

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Fishing in Austin
Fishing in Austin
Fishing in Austin
trip description for Lake Austin in Austin

Choose between Lake Austin, LBJ or Buchanon and target largemouth, striper hybrid and white bass. Trips includes all new rods, reels, tackle, bottled water and ice. You are welcome to bring your own gear if you prefer. The only thing you need to bring is a Texas fishing license which can be purchased online at this link https://tpwd.texas.gov/business/licenses/online_sales/ (https://tpwd.texas.gov/business/licenses/online_sales/) Read More

Lake, River Fishing Trip in Austin

Lake Austin

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22 ft 1 - 4 People From $245
Fishing in Austin
Fishing in Austin
Fishing in Austin
trip description for Central Texas Hawgs in Austin

Spring Fishing report: Several lakes are fishing good right now in the central Texas area. We are catching 15-30 or more on a half day trip on Travis, Decker, LBJ and Buchanan. There are other lakes doing good as well. There are fish shallow and deep, but the big fish are shallow right now as they are spawning or close to it. If you are after that fish of a lifetime or just bigger fish, Lake Falcon and Choke Canyon is producing some great quality fish right now. It's always a great time to get that child on some fish. I would be happy to help you do that so book your trip today! Read More

Lake Fishing Trip in Austin

Central Texas Hawgs

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22 ft 1 - 5 People From $400
Fishing in Austin
Fishing in Austin
Fishing in Austin
trip description for Chasing Bassquatch Texas Bass Trip in Austin

Prepare for some of the best freshwater fishing in Texas when you hop on board with Ander! Ander knows Austin’s freshwater fishing hotspots like the back of his hand and will take you right to where the fish bite. If you've been looking to set a new personal record, there's no better way than a trip with Ander. Ander usually targets Texas Black Bass, AKA Largemouth Bass, but will take advantage when conditions offer up Catfish, Panfish, Striped Bass, White Bass, or Hybrids (White Bass x Striped Bass). These trips are typically catch-and-release but you can keep your catch within state regulations if you so desire. Ander conducts these 5-hour (half-day) and 8-hour (full-day) trips on his 19’ Nitro—a state-of-the-art bass fishing boat. She's equipped with a wireless trolling motor, a 150-HP Yamaha engine, and top-quality electronics—including a Hydrowave sound emitter—to really enhance your trip! She can accommodate you and your best angling buddy, so choose wisely! While you're more than welcome to bring your own fishing equipment, Ander provides Ardent rods and reels and P-Line fishing line for anglers to enjoy on his bass trips. Make sure to bring a valid Texas Freshwater Fishing License, food and drinks of your choice, a hat, and sunscreen. Come explore this fishing paradise with Ander! Read More

Lake Fishing Trip in Austin

Chasing Bassquatch Texas Bass Trip

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Everything to Know About Booking a Fishing Guide in Lake Austin

What are the best fishing trips in Lake Austin?

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 7 trips in Lake Austin, and the most popular trips in the area are Chasing Bassquatch Texas Bass Trip guided by Ander, Central Texas Hawgs guided by Bryan, and Central Texas Bass Fishing guided by Aaron.

Our guides in Lake Austin are rated a 5 out of 5 based on 2732 verified reviews on Captain Experiences.

All guides on Captain Experiences are licensed, insured, and vetted by our team. You can access their reviews, click through trip photos, read bios to get to know them, and preview trip details like species, techniques, group sizes, boat specs and more.

The most popular cities to book a charter in are Austin, Spicewood and Lago Vista.

Looking for kid friendly guides / fishing lessons in Lake Austin? Check out our beginner and family friendly guides in Lake Austin.

What types of fishing trips are common in Lake Austin?

Lake fishing is the most popular in Lake Austin as well as river fishing.

The most commonly sought after species in Lake Austin are: 1. largemouth bass, 2. spotted gar, 3. longnose gar, and 4. smallmouth buffalo.

The most common fishing techniques in Lake Austin are artificial lure fishing, light tackle fishing, and topwater fishing but live bait fishing and sight casting are popular as well.

How much does a Lake Austin fishing trip cost?

in Lake Austin prices can range anywhere from about $300 to $725, but the average price for a half day trip in Lake Austin is $440. The average price for a full day trip in Lake Austin is $622.

What month is best for fishing in Lake Austin?

The most popular season for fishing in Lake Austin is spring, and most anglers book their trips 41 days in advance.

Do I need a Lake Austin fishing license and what are the bag limits in Lake Austin?

See here for more information on fishing licenses in Lake Austin, bag limits for target species, and fishing season regulations in Lake Austin. When in doubt, your fishing guide will always know the right rules and regulations in Lake Austin.

What is fishing in Lake Austin about?

Lake Austin, located in the heart of Austin, Texas, is a popular destination for anglers looking to enjoy both the serenity of nature and the convenience of being close to the city. This reservoir on the Colorado River is well-known for its diverse fish population and beautiful scenery, making it an ideal spot for a day of fishing. The lake's clear waters and well-maintained surroundings offer a perfect backdrop for anglers seeking a relaxing and rewarding experience.

One of the main attractions of fishing in Lake Austin is its healthy population of largemouth bass. The lake is known for producing trophy-sized bass, attracting anglers from all over who are eager to test their skills. Techniques such as flipping and pitching jigs around the abundant aquatic vegetation and boat docks can be particularly effective. Additionally, during the cooler months, bass often move into deeper waters, and anglers can target them using deep-diving crankbaits and soft plastic baits.

In addition to largemouth bass, Lake Austin is home to several other species that offer exciting fishing opportunities. Sunfish, catfish, and crappie are commonly caught, providing variety for anglers of all levels. Sunfish can be found near the shoreline and around structures, making them great targets for family outings with children. Catfish, particularly channel and blue catfish, are abundant and can be caught using live bait or stink bait. Crappie, known for their tasty fillets, can be targeted near submerged structures and brush piles. With its diverse fishery and picturesque setting, Lake Austin promises a fulfilling fishing experience for everyone.

What are the most popular months to fish in Lake Austin?

Fishing in Lake Austin offers year-round opportunities, with each season bringing its own unique challenges and rewards. In the spring, as the water begins to warm, largemouth bass become particularly active as they prepare for spawning. This is an excellent time for anglers to target bass in shallow waters, using techniques like sight fishing with soft plastics or jerkbaits. The increased activity and aggressive behavior of bass during the spawning season make spring one of the most productive times for fishing in Lake Austin.

Summer fishing in Lake Austin can be both rewarding and challenging. As temperatures rise, bass often retreat to deeper, cooler waters during the heat of the day, making early mornings and late evenings the best times to fish. Anglers can find success using deep-diving crankbaits, Texas-rigged worms, or drop-shot rigs to reach the deeper holding spots of bass. Additionally, nighttime fishing can be particularly fruitful in summer, with many anglers using topwater lures to entice bass that move into the shallows under the cover of darkness.

Fall brings a resurgence of activity in Lake Austin as cooler temperatures signal fish to feed more aggressively in preparation for the winter. During this season, bass can be found chasing baitfish in the shallows, making it an ideal time for anglers to use crankbaits, spinnerbaits, and swimbaits. The reduced boat traffic in the fall also provides a more peaceful fishing experience. Winter, while generally slower, still offers opportunities for dedicated anglers. Bass tend to group together in deeper waters, and targeting these schools with jigs or slow-moving baits can yield success. Overall, Lake Austin's seasonal changes provide a dynamic and engaging fishing environment throughout the year.

What types of fishing are popular in Lake Austin?

Lake Austin offers anglers a variety of fishing techniques to suit different preferences and skill levels, making it a versatile destination for fishing enthusiasts. One popular method is bass fishing, as the lake is known for its healthy population of largemouth bass. Anglers can employ a variety of techniques, such as casting soft plastics, crankbaits, or topwater lures, to target bass around the lake's abundant vegetation, submerged structures, and boat docks. Whether fishing from the shoreline, a boat, or a kayak, bass fishing in Lake Austin promises exciting opportunities for anglers to reel in trophy-sized catches.

Additionally, Lake Austin provides ample opportunities for catfish anglers to enjoy productive outings. Channel catfish, blue catfish, and flathead catfish are commonly caught in the lake using a variety of baits, including live bait, stink bait, and cut bait. Anglers can target catfish near deep holes, underwater structures, and along the lake's edges, where these bottom-dwelling fish often feed. Whether fishing from the shore or drifting along in a boat, catfishing in Lake Austin offers anglers a relaxing and rewarding experience.

Moreover, Lake Austin is a popular destination for sunfish anglers, particularly those seeking a family-friendly fishing experience. Sunfish, including bluegill and redear sunfish, can be found near the shoreline, around submerged vegetation, and under docks. Anglers of all ages can enjoy catching sunfish using simple techniques such as bobber fishing with worms or small artificial baits. With their willingness to bite and abundant numbers, sunfish provide anglers with plenty of action and are an excellent choice for introducing beginners to the joys of fishing in Lake Austin.

What species are popular in Lake Austin?

Lake Austin offers anglers a diverse range of fish species to target, making it a popular destination for fishing enthusiasts of all levels. Largemouth bass reign supreme as one of the most sought-after catches in the lake. Known for their aggressive strikes and spirited fights, largemouth bass can be found lurking amidst the lake's abundant vegetation, submerged structures, and along the shoreline. Anglers often employ various techniques such as casting soft plastics, crankbaits, or topwater lures to entice these prized game fish. With the potential to reel in trophy-sized bass, Lake Austin promises thrilling angling experiences for bass enthusiasts.

In addition to largemouth bass, Lake Austin is home to a variety of other notable fish species that offer exciting fishing opportunities. Catfish, including channel catfish, blue catfish, and flathead catfish, are commonly targeted by anglers seeking a laid-back fishing experience. These bottom-dwelling fish can be found near deep holes, underwater structures, and along the lake's edges, providing anglers with ample opportunities to hook into sizable catches. Whether fishing from the shore or drifting along in a boat, catfishing in Lake Austin offers anglers a relaxing and rewarding experience.

Moreover, Lake Austin is renowned for its abundant sunfish population, which includes species such as bluegill and redear sunfish. These panfish are a favorite among anglers of all ages, offering plenty of action and the opportunity to hone fishing skills. Sunfish can be found near the shoreline, around submerged vegetation, and under docks, making them easily accessible to anglers. With their willingness to bite and vibrant colors, sunfish provide anglers with enjoyable fishing experiences and are an excellent choice for a day of family-friendly fishing in Lake Austin's scenic waters.

Recent Reviews of Captain Experiences

  • ★★★★★
    Bryan got us hooked onto over a dozen Bass! He was knowledgeable of all the fishing holes and techniques. We had a great time and good laughs! Highly recommend.

    Kim H. with Bryan C. of Austin, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Aaron knows the lakes around Austin and has plenty of material onboard. We catched several fishes while weather conditions where difficult. Additionaly he was flexible and changed the trip date to get a better weather window. Aaron fits your expectations and is very friendly. I definetly recommend.

    Pierre-Alain S. with Aaron L. of Austin, Texas

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