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Prepare to bring in fish like never before on this awesome Central Texas bowfishing trip with Captain Randy! He'll take you out on the Highland Lakes in search of Gar, Carp, Freshwater Drum, Tilapia, Shad, and more! Once you're on the fish, all you need to do is whack 'em and stack 'em! Bowfishing is an experience unlike any other, so come on out and give it a try. Captain Randy will provide you and your party with all the fishing gear you will need to get out on the water and start hitting fish. Depending on the fish you're looking to bring in, he'll take you to one of his multiple honey holes on his 18' SeaArk aluminum boat, which has 10 LED lights on a deck custom-designed by Matthews Archery. This boat is well equipped for bowfishing with enough room for 4 anglers to fish at the same time, so there's no waiting your turn. Captain Randy will bring a cooler with drinks and water, but if you would like to have any other drinks or snacks be sure you bring them along with you. You are also welcome to keep your catch but make sure you bring your own ice chest to keep the fish fresh. Make sure to remember your fishing license and a good pair of shoes that can get a little dirty! Read More

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trip description for Big Swim Baits for Big A** Bass in Austin

Learn to catch giant Largemouth with one of the best in the business as you head out with Grant on a half-day or full-day outing on Lake Austin or Lady Bird Lake (Lake Austin is the Land of the Giants by the way). Grant specializes in throwing big swimbaits, 4-7inch long and usually articulated for more realistic action as you move the bait past a hungry Behemoth. This technique is pretty unique and requires a bit of knowledge to fish effectively, Grant has not only mastered this technique but he is also prepared to share his knowledge with you so you can catch Lunkers like his on your own. The reward is well worth the time, just check the pictures above!! On the day of your trip, Grant will pick you up in his G3 Eagle 175 Bass Boat with a 70 two-stroke Yamaha strapped to the back and equipped with Minn Kota Trolling motor on the front. This boat provides a comfortable ride out to Grant's favorite spots and can get super skinny and stealthy once he drops that trolling motor in the water as well. Mid-day heat is when Grant usually has the best success with big fish, so depending on when you'd like to get out on the water, Grant is usually willing to accommodate you. He will provide all the necessary rods, reels, tackle, gear, and of course swimbaits for your trip. He will also bring along a cooler with waters and ice aplenty for any other drinks or snacks you'd like to bring along. So if you're looking to catch the bass of a lifetime get out there with the master and learn from the best in the business! Read More

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Head out with your pro guide, Todd, for an action-packed day of Bass fishing in Austin, TX! Lake Austin and Lake Travis are popular lakes for all kinds of water sports, and are also known for their lunker Largemouth Bass! Striped Bass can also be found in these lakes, and are a blast to catch on hard baits and soft plastics. Your guide, Todd, is an expert Bass fisherman and has years of experience on these lakes. He'll provide you with all the gear—including rods, reels, and tackle—and tons of helpful tips to improve your presentation and bag a new personal best! Todd can take up to 2 guests on these half-day adventures. You will be fishing aboard his Ranger 35v bass boat, which is suited to all your needs on Lake Travis or Lake Austin. She runs a 130-HP Evinrude engine, so you'll get off the dock and out to where the fish are in minutes. All you need for this trip is your Texas freshwater fishing license, some snacks and drinks is you want 'em, and a good attitude! Get ready to whack some bass! Read More

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Hello Anglers. Get out of your everyday environment and make some memories. Across multiple media platforms I hold a 5-star review. I am a licensed guide, fully insured, Texas Parks & Wildlife Angler Educator Certified, and even a certified scuba diver with boat captain education and experience. A game plan will be discussed to determine the best body of water for your adventure. We provide all equipment needed, but feel free to bring your favorited rod and reel. Read More

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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

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What are the best fishing trips in Round Rock?

Why should I book a fishing trip in Round Rock with Captain Experiences?

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 31 trip in Round Rock: On Water Fly Fishing Lessons guided by Bruce.

Our guides in Round Rock are rated a 5 out of 5 based on 3246 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.

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

What types of fishing trips are common in Round Rock?

Lake fishing is the most popular type of fishing in Round Rock as well as river fishing.

The most commonly sought after species in Round Rock are: 1. largemouth bass, 2. white bass, 3. guadalupe bass, 4. carp, and 5. smallmouth buffalo.

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

How much does a Round Rock fishing trip cost?

Prices in Round Rock can range anywhere from about $337 to $2,350, but the average price for a half day trip in Round Rock is $1,150. The average price for a full day trip in Round Rock is $573.

Is booking a fishing guide worth the money?

Hiring a guide provides a number of benefits and many choose to book a fishing guide for a combination of experience, local knowledge, convenience, and cost-effectiveness.

Working with experienced fishing guides who know the best local spots and techniques can dramatically increase your odds of a great day. Having someone who is on the water every day and knows the area like the back of their hand is going to give you the best chances of success.

Booking a guide is also more cost effective, especially if you only get out a handful of times per year. When you consider all of the costs you would incur on your own such as the price of a boat, maintenance, insurance, gas, high-quality gear and tackle, repairs, and more, you’ll find that DIY is sometimes not worth the expense.

Even if you’ve got a great setup already in your home waters, booking a guide also provides a great opportunity to experience new techniques, new locations, or even a chance at a new target species to knock off the bucket list.

What month is best for fishing in Round Rock?

The most popular season for fishing in Round Rock is spring, and most anglers book their trips 19 days in advance.

Do I need a Round Rock fishing license and what are the bag limits in Round Rock?

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

What is fishing in Round Rock all about?

Round Rock, Texas, offers anglers a diverse array of fishing opportunities amidst the scenic landscapes and waterways of Central Texas. One popular destination for fishing enthusiasts is Brushy Creek Lake Park, which features a tranquil lake stocked with a variety of fish species, including bass, catfish, and sunfish. Anglers can cast their lines from the park's fishing pier or explore the shoreline in search of their next big catch. With its serene ambiance and convenient amenities, Brushy Creek Lake Park provides an ideal setting for a day of angling and outdoor recreation in Round Rock.

Additionally, the nearby waters of Lake Georgetown offer anglers ample opportunities for freshwater fishing adventures. Whether fishing from the shoreline, boat, or kayak, anglers can target a variety of species, including largemouth bass, crappie, and catfish, in the expansive waters of the lake. With its scenic vistas and abundance of fish habitats, Lake Georgetown provides anglers with a premier fishing destination just a short drive from Round Rock.

For those seeking a more urban fishing experience, Round Rock's Old Settlers Park features several fishing ponds stocked with a variety of freshwater species. Anglers of all ages and skill levels can enjoy casting their lines from the park's fishing pier or shoreline, with opportunities to reel in bass, catfish, and panfish throughout the year. With its convenient location and family-friendly amenities, Old Settlers Park offers a welcoming environment for anglers to enjoy a day of fishing in the heart of Round Rock's vibrant community.

What are the most popular months to fish in Round Rock?

Round Rock, Texas, offers anglers a diverse array of fishing opportunities amidst the scenic landscapes and waterways of Central Texas. One popular destination for fishing enthusiasts is Brushy Creek Lake Park, which features a tranquil lake stocked with a variety of fish species, including bass, catfish, and sunfish. Anglers can cast their lines from the park's fishing pier or explore the shoreline in search of their next big catch. With its serene ambiance and convenient amenities, Brushy Creek Lake Park provides an ideal setting for a day of angling and outdoor recreation in Round Rock.

Additionally, the nearby waters of Lake Georgetown offer anglers ample opportunities for freshwater fishing adventures. Whether fishing from the shoreline, boat, or kayak, anglers can target a variety of species, including largemouth bass, crappie, and catfish, in the expansive waters of the lake. With its scenic vistas and abundance of fish habitats, Lake Georgetown provides anglers with a premier fishing destination just a short drive from Round Rock.

For those seeking a more urban fishing experience, Round Rock's Old Settlers Park features several fishing ponds stocked with a variety of freshwater species. Anglers of all ages and skill levels can enjoy casting their lines from the park's fishing pier or shoreline, with opportunities to reel in bass, catfish, and panfish throughout the year. With its convenient location and family-friendly amenities, Old Settlers Park offers a welcoming environment for anglers to enjoy a day of fishing in the heart of Round Rock's vibrant community.

What types of fishing are popular in Round Rock?

In Round Rock, Texas, anglers have the opportunity to engage in various types of fishing, catering to a wide range of preferences and skill levels. One popular method is freshwater bank fishing, which allows anglers to cast their lines from the shores of local ponds, lakes, and rivers. Round Rock boasts several scenic water bodies, including Brushy Creek and Lake Creek, where anglers can target species such as bass, catfish, and sunfish. Whether setting up along the shoreline of a tranquil lake or wading into the gentle currents of a winding creek, bank fishing provides a serene and accessible way to enjoy the sport of angling in Round Rock.

Another favored technique among local anglers is kayak fishing, offering a more adventurous and immersive fishing experience on the area's waterways. Round Rock's numerous lakes and creeks provide ample opportunities for kayakers to explore hidden coves, shallow flats, and secluded fishing spots that are inaccessible by land. Whether paddling along the calm waters of Lake Georgetown or navigating the meandering channels of Brushy Creek, kayak fishing allows anglers to cast their lines into pristine waters while enjoying the scenic beauty of Central Texas.

For those seeking a more urban angling experience, Round Rock's stocked fishing ponds offer a convenient and family-friendly option for fishing enthusiasts of all ages. Parks like Old Settlers Park feature designated fishing areas with accessible fishing piers and ample shoreline access, providing anglers with the opportunity to reel in bass, catfish, and panfish in a relaxed and scenic setting. Whether casting a line with friends and family or enjoying a solo fishing excursion, Round Rock's stocked ponds offer a welcoming environment for anglers to enjoy the simple pleasures of fishing close to home.

What species are popular in Round Rock?

In Round Rock, Texas, anglers have a diverse array of fishing species to pursue, thanks to the region's varied aquatic environments. One of the most prized catches for fishing enthusiasts in Round Rock is the largemouth bass. Found in the local lakes, rivers, and reservoirs, largemouth bass offer anglers exciting action and the chance to reel in trophy-sized catches. Whether casting with artificial lures or live bait, anglers can employ various techniques to entice these voracious predators and experience the thrill of hooking into a spirited largemouth bass.

Catfish are another popular species among anglers in Round Rock, providing ample opportunities for a successful day on the water. From the banks of Brushy Creek to the depths of Lake Travis, catfish can be found in a variety of habitats throughout the area. Whether targeting channel catfish, blue catfish, or flathead catfish, anglers can use a range of techniques, from bottom fishing with bait to drift fishing with prepared stink baits or cut bait. With their hard-fighting nature and savory flesh, catfish offer an enjoyable and satisfying fishing experience for anglers of all ages in Round Rock, Texas.

Crappie are also abundant in the waters around Round Rock, offering anglers the chance to reel in delicious and challenging catches year-round. These panfish can be found in the local lakes, rivers, and reservoirs, particularly during their spawning seasons. Anglers can target crappie using a variety of techniques, including jigging with small lures or fishing with live bait. Whether fishing from the shoreline or navigating the waters of Lake Georgetown, anglers in Round Rock can enjoy hours of excitement and the potential for a rewarding catch when pursuing crappie.

Other things to do in Round Rock

While fishing is a popular pastime in Round Rock, Texas, the area offers a wealth of attractions and activities for visitors to enjoy beyond the water. History enthusiasts can explore the rich heritage of the region at the Round Rock Historic District. This charming downtown area features beautifully preserved buildings dating back to the 19th century, offering visitors a glimpse into the town's storied past. Guided walking tours are available, allowing visitors to learn about the history of Round Rock and its significance in the development of Central Texas.

For outdoor enthusiasts, Round Rock boasts a variety of parks and green spaces perfect for hiking, picnicking, and outdoor recreation. The Round Rock West Greenbelt offers miles of scenic trails winding through wooded areas and along the banks of Brushy Creek, providing visitors with opportunities for hiking, biking, and wildlife observation. Meanwhile, Old Settlers Park, one of the largest municipal parks in Texas, features sports fields, playgrounds, and a water park, making it a popular destination for families and outdoor enthusiasts alike.

Art and culture aficionados can explore the vibrant arts scene in Round Rock at the Round Rock Arts Cultural Center. Located in the heart of downtown, this cultural hub showcases works by local artists through rotating exhibits, workshops, and events. Visitors can browse a diverse selection of paintings, sculptures, and mixed-media pieces, providing insight into the creativity and talent of the local arts community. With its engaging exhibits and interactive programs, the Round Rock Arts Cultural Center offers visitors a unique opportunity to experience the artistic spirit of Round Rock, Texas.

Other things to do in Round Rock

While fishing is a popular pastime in Round Rock, Texas, the area offers a wealth of attractions and activities for visitors to enjoy beyond the water. History enthusiasts can explore the rich heritage of the region at the Round Rock Historic District. This charming downtown area features beautifully preserved buildings dating back to the 19th century, offering visitors a glimpse into the town's storied past. Guided walking tours are available, allowing visitors to learn about the history of Round Rock and its significance in the development of Central Texas.

For outdoor enthusiasts, Round Rock boasts a variety of parks and green spaces perfect for hiking, picnicking, and outdoor recreation. The Round Rock West Greenbelt offers miles of scenic trails winding through wooded areas and along the banks of Brushy Creek, providing visitors with opportunities for hiking, biking, and wildlife observation. Meanwhile, Old Settlers Park, one of the largest municipal parks in Texas, features sports fields, playgrounds, and a water park, making it a popular destination for families and outdoor enthusiasts alike.

Art and culture aficionados can explore the vibrant arts scene in Round Rock at the Round Rock Arts Cultural Center. Located in the heart of downtown, this cultural hub showcases works by local artists through rotating exhibits, workshops, and events. Visitors can browse a diverse selection of paintings, sculptures, and mixed-media pieces, providing insight into the creativity and talent of the local arts community. With its engaging exhibits and interactive programs, the Round Rock Arts Cultural Center offers visitors a unique opportunity to experience the artistic spirit of Round Rock, Texas.

Recent Reviews of Captain Experiences

  • ★★★★★
    110% book this guy if your ever in the Austin area. This guide knows his stuff. Myself and a couple of teenagers were on fish quick and the catching lasted the entire trip. He knows the spots and the baits. Complete professional when it comes to accommodating and encouraging guests. We fished Lady Bird Lake and easily caught 40 fish in a morning trip. Most of the fish were heavy, no dinks. Step out of a downtown high rise, onto a boat deck, at Lady Bird and slay them with this guy or hit a surrounding Austin area lake if that’s your thing.

    Bernie M. with Jake K. of Spicewood, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Had a fantastic morning on Lake Austin with my 7-year old son and Aaron. Aaron was patient, kind and helpful and made sure my son had a very fun and relaxed atmosphere for his first experience fishing. Highly recommend Aaron as a great guide for both kids and adults!

    Wes L. with Aaron L. of Austin, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    It was a fantastic trip. Jake is really an experienced guide and was very helpful and professional. I had a great time

    Simon H. with Jake K. of Spicewood, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    5 stars. Jake was wonderful. I highly recommend him!

    Simon H. with Jake K. of Spicewood, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Aaron and I had a great time on the lake! Caught my first Guadelupe bass!

    Roland P. with Aaron L. of Austin, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Fantastic morning on the lake with Wyatt. We hit them hard.

    Rick W. with Wyatt R. of Lago Vista, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    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

  • ★★★★★
    Absolutely fantastic. Cory and Kevib wer both great.

    Dale K. with Kevin O. of Austin, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    jake was fantastic. we caught 16 large mouth and guadalupe bass during our 4 hour trip, and we had a great time doing it. we're novice fishermen (my 19 year old son and i), but jake was patient, positive and super instructional. it was lots of fun all the way around!

    Robert J. with Jake K. of Spicewood, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Great guide and great guy. I definitely recommend Aaron!

    Dan with Aaron L. 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

  • ★★★★★
    We had a great experience with Captain Kevin. He has a great rig, great personality and put us on enough Large Mouth to please me. I took my 10 year old son because he said he wanted to catch a large mouth. Kevin came through with an extra life jacket too (I forgot one for my son). One hiccup was we were going to meet at different lake but they closed it due to the horrible drought we are in. Kevin audibled and we meet at Lake Bastrop which was more convenient for me anyway. I would definitely recommend this easy to use app and would definitely hire Captain Kevin again. He had everything we needed and got us catching fish quickly. He is really good with kids too!

    Robert B. with Kevin M. of Austin, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Kevin was awesome and so was his boat

    George P. with Kevin M. of Austin, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    My experience was wonderful with Captain Kevin! He texted a couple days before the trip to ask if we could head out earlier than our scheduled time due to the heat and go try to beat the weekend rush of recreational boaters. So I met him at the boat ramp, which was very easy to find, at 6:15 and we headed out. The first place we fished was where we caught the biggest fish, pictured below, in the first 20 minutes of fishing. Things were a little slow the rest of the day, but we caught probably around a dozen fish, targeting and catching a variety of different species. . Captain Kevin was extremely friendly, and knows more about fishing than just about anybody I’ve met. He knew I’m a beginner, and was very kind and patient in teaching me and explaining everything to me. We swapped stories, got to know each other, and had the most wonderful time. I would highly recommend fishing with Captain Kevin.

    Chad G. with Kevin M. of Austin, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Awesome trip. Captain Randy put us on fish all night. Super helpful. Anything we needed he was right there to help. Great time. See you again soon.

    Curtis B. with Randy H. of Liberty Hill, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Randy is a great guy, got me and my 9 year old on plenty of fish. Couldn’t recommend him enough!

    Braxton Z. with Randy H. of Liberty Hill, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Grant was a very pleasant and helpful guide for my daughter and me. Fishing was slow, on a very hot day. We both caught some nice bass, despite being on the river with several hundred July 4th weekend kayakers and paddleboaters, as well a bat watchers under the bridges. Grant is very knowledgeable and great fun to fish with. Highly recommend.

    Bill I. with Grant L. of Austin, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    We had an amazing time out on Lake Travis with our guide Captain Aaron. Aaron reached out to us before our trip to check in and answer any questions we had. He provided great directions to the floating dock to meet him. We had a super fun morning out on the lake fishing for Bass. We got to try several different Rod & Reel combos, and various spots on Lake Travis. At the end of our trip he gave us a tour of Lake Travis! We will definitely book with Captain Aaron again.

    Jane I. with Aaron L. of Austin, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Jake brought my brothers and me out onto Lake Travis for Guadalupe Bass. Jake put all of us onto Guads and multiple other species as well. Jake was great with explaining everything he did and how to best use different techniques for catching fish. He was also incredibly friendly and personable and was hands down the best guide I’ve ever been on. This was honestly one of the funnest days of fishing I’ve ever had, and it definitely was for my brothers as well! I will probably make another trip with my brothers in the future with Jake for another great day! I highly recommend Jake to anglers of any experience who want to get on some nice fish and just have a great time! Thanks again for a great time, Jake! Hopefully we’ll get back out there with you again!

    David W. with Jake K. of Spicewood, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Grant is awesome and very knowledgeable.

    Ryan F. with Grant L. of Austin, Texas

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