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This is a fly fishing trip for the annual white bass run above Lake Whitney. Guests will meet the guide at Hamm Creek Park near Rio Vista and travel up the Brazos River in a 18 foot center console boat. Fishing will be a combo of boat and wade fishing for white bass, stripers, and large mouth bass. All tackle can be provided along with ice and water on the boat. Full day trips will include lunch. Read More

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Captain Marc's Bass Fishing Trip in Lake Fork, Texas is the place to be for trophy bass. The big bass will be lurking and ready to make dreams come true. Bass fishing at its finest! Lake Fork is known as one of the best lakes in the country for trophy bass fishing, and Captain Marc knows how to fish it. On Captain Marc's 4 or 8 hour Bass Fishing Trip, you can expect to catch largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, and spotted bass. The techniques you'll use depend on the time of year and the water conditions, but they may include fishing with artificial lures, live bait, or fly fishing. Captain Marc's Boat is a top-of-the-line bass boat that is perfect for a day out on the lake. It is 22 feet long and has a 250-horsepower engine. The boat also features two power poles, bow-mounted GPS and fishfinder electronics, and a wireless trolling motor. The boat is perfect for a day of fishing or just cruising around the lake. All rods, reels, tackle, and bait are included on the Bass Fishing Trip. You will need to bring a valid Texas fishing license, and Captain Marc recommends that you bring sunscreen, hats, sunglasses, snacks, drinks, and lunch if you are planning on being out on the lake all day. Fishing licenses can be purchased online or at most tackle shops. Captain Marc also recommends that you wear comfortable clothing and shoes that you don't mind getting wet. Bass fishing can be a lot of fun, but it can also be challenging at times. Be prepared to get hooked and have a great time! Read More

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Prepare for some of the best freshwater fishing in Texas when you hop on board with Bubba! Bubba knows Texas’s freshwater fishing hotspots like the back of his hand and will take you to where the fish bite. On this 8-hour trip you'll be venturing into the Trinity River to target the massive, prehistoric-looking Alligator Gar! These beasts are one of the most distinctive looking fish you can find, with a needle-like head that looks like an alligator's and the body of a fish. Expect to use a classic rod and reel with live bait, cut bait, or artificial lure to get these to bite. Bubba conducts these trips on his 23' SeaArk skiff boat that can take you through even the shallowest waters. She can accommodate up to 4 anglers, so bring some good company! Bubba provides rods, reels, tackle and bait. Make sure to bring a valid Texas Freshwater Fishing License, food and drinks of your choice, a hat, and sunscreen. Come enjoy this fishing adventure with Bubba! Read More

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If you are on the search for one of the best guided alligator gar fishing trips ever, this is your stop. Texas is the best place in the world to catch trophy alligator gar, over six feet long and 100 pounds, with a rod and reel. During your eight hour trip, Dawson will help you navigate the tricky waters of Trinity River, guiding you to fare the fluctuations in water levels, shallow rock bars, and even bait stealing turtles to catch a trophy alligator gar. Some other species you may encounter on your trip include longnose gar, catfish, and freshwater drum. All fish however, including the alligator gar, will be caught and released to support the conservation of the species. However, Dawson can recommend an excellent taxidermist if you would like a replica. Keep in mind, these fish and these river bottoms get rough and muddy, prepare to get dirty, but have a great time doing it. All gear like Eagle Claw hooks, Cortland Masterbraid line, Penn fishing reels, and more will be provided. The only things you'll need to bring are a fishing license, and any snacks and drinks you need to fuel your epic day. Read More

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trip description for Your Next Trophy on Lake Fork in Alba

If you're looking for that once-in-a-lifetime Largemouth Bass and you've never heard of Lake Fork before, listen in. Lake Fork has produced more 10lb+ bass than any other public lake in Texas and is debatably the best lake in the US to catch a truly giant specimen. Your pro guide Jay here has guided countless clients onto the trophy of their dreams and he wants you to be his next success story! You'll be fishing from Jay's fully equipped Skeeter bass boat. At 21ft long and powered by a 250 Yamaha outboard you'll be able to maneuver the vastness of Lake Fork swiftly and comfortably as you hone in on the best spots. Along with a fully decked-out vessel, all the baits, and all the necessary tackle for your trip, Jay will provide expert on-water instruction and give you the tools and techniques to get you on the biggest fish! All you need to bring with you is your Texas freshwater fishing license, some sunglasses, and any snacks and drinks you'd like to enjoy onboard. Jay will take care of the rest as you chase you're next Trophy Largemouth on Lake Fork! Read More

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Float into the water with Greg for an exciting fly-fishing adventure on some beautiful Texas rivers! On this 4 to 8-hour fly-fishing trip, Greg will float you out on the Brazos River, a smaller tributary such as the Paluxy River, or one of the many of the area lakes. Here, he'll give you some of his expert fly fishing tips as you target several fish species including Largemouth Bass, Spotted Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Striped Bass, Hybrid Striped Bass, White Bass, and a variety of the Sunfish species. There is even Carp, Smallmouth Buffalo, Freshwater Drum and Gar. No matter your experience level, from beginners to experienced, Greg is passionate about making your day on the water one to remember. Whether it’s floating the scenic Brazos River, wading the “hill country like” Paluxy River, or taking you out on one of many picturesque lakes, Greg will guide you to a Texas sized, fun filled, fly fishing trip of a lifetime! Depending on conditions and where the fishing is the best, Greg will choose from a couple of options for the best way to go. You'll either be aboard a custom 16 1/2 foot Hog Island Skiff with a Jet Motor or a 14 foot Aire Raft equipped with an Outcast fishing system. These vessels are very stable and comfortable, and are great for getting through shallow water. Greg will provide flies, leaders & tippet, fly rods & reels (available by request, please make arrangements prior to your trip), drinks, snacks and will even do some expert photography to leave you with some pictures! Lunches will be provided on the full day trips as well. All you need to bring is a valid Texas freshwater fishing license, and we recommend polarized sun glasses, a hat, rain gear & clothing for the season and sunscreen. You are welcome to bring our own fly rod and reel. He recommends a 4-6 weight Fly Rod for wade trips on smaller waters such as the Paluxy River. However, on the Brazos River or one of the many area Lakes, he prefers a 6-8 weight Fly Rod. Big flies allow opportunities to catch some bigger fish but require a heavier fly line. Big fish are also easier to control and land on a 6-8 weight fly rod. In terms of lines, he recommends floating, weight forward and shorter taper fly lines. On the Brazos River and some of the lake areas, there are times when an intermediate sink, or sink tip and full sinking lines are best. Enjoy your day on the water and catch some fish with Greg! Read More

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Everything to Know About Booking a Fishing Guide in Rowlett

What are the best fishing trips in Rowlett?

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

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 2 trip in Rowlett: Lake Ray Hubbard White Bass+ guided by Brandon.

Our guides in Rowlett 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.

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What types of fishing trips are common in Rowlett?

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

The most commonly sought after species in Rowlett are: 1. largemouth bass, 2. alligator gar, 3. white bass, 4. striped bass, and 5. crappie.

The most common fishing techniques in Rowlett are light tackle fishing, artificial lure fishing, and fly fishing but cut bait fishing and heavy tackle fishing are popular as well.

How much does a Rowlett fishing trip cost?

Prices in Rowlett can range anywhere from about $400 to $4,550, but the average price for a half day trip in Rowlett is $1,883. The average price for a full day trip in Rowlett is $704.

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 Rowlett?

The most popular season for fishing in Rowlett is spring, and most anglers book their trips 22 days in advance.

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

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

What is fishing in Rowlett all about?

Fishing in Rowlett, Texas, offers anglers a diverse range of opportunities to enjoy the sport amidst the scenic landscapes of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. One popular destination for anglers is Lake Ray Hubbard, a sprawling reservoir known for its abundant fish populations and variety of fishing experiences. Anglers can cast their lines from the shore, launch boats from the numerous public ramps, or even enjoy kayak fishing in the calm waters of the lake. With its healthy populations of bass, catfish, crappie, and more, Lake Ray Hubbard provides anglers with ample opportunities to reel in their next big catch while enjoying stunning views of the surrounding shoreline.

Another favored fishing spot in Rowlett is the Rowlett Creek Preserve, a scenic nature reserve that offers anglers the chance to fish along the tranquil waters of Rowlett Creek. Anglers can hike along the preserve's trails to find secluded fishing spots along the creek, where they can cast their lines for bass, sunfish, and other freshwater species. With its serene ambiance and lush natural surroundings, the Rowlett Creek Preserve provides anglers with a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of city life while enjoying a day of fishing in Rowlett.

Additionally, Rowlett is home to several smaller ponds and lakes that provide excellent fishing opportunities for anglers of all ages and skill levels. Parks like Pecan Grove Park and Herfurth Park feature designated fishing areas with convenient amenities such as fishing piers and picnic facilities, making them popular destinations for families and local anglers alike. Whether casting a line from the shore or enjoying a leisurely day of fishing from a pier, Rowlett's smaller ponds and lakes offer a relaxed and enjoyable angling experience that celebrates the natural beauty of the city's outdoor spaces.

What are the most popular months to fish in Rowlett?

In Rowlett, Texas, fishing seasons mark distinct periods throughout the year, each offering unique opportunities for anglers to enjoy the local waters. Spring signals the start of prime fishing season in Rowlett as warming temperatures trigger increased activity among fish species in the area's lakes, rivers, and ponds. Anglers can target a variety of species, including largemouth bass, crappie, and catfish, as they become more active in preparation for spawning. Whether casting from the banks of Lake Ray Hubbard or exploring the quiet coves of Lake Lavon, springtime fishing in Rowlett promises exciting encounters and the chance to reel in impressive catches.

As summer arrives in Rowlett, fishing enthusiasts gear up for long days spent on the water under the Texas sun. With water temperatures rising and baitfish abundant, predatory species like bass and catfish become increasingly active, providing anglers with ample opportunities to test their skills and land trophy-sized catches. Whether casting from the shores of Lake Ray Hubbard or trolling along the edges of Lake Lavon, summer offers a diverse range of angling experiences in Rowlett's waters. From early morning topwater action to nighttime catfishing excursions, anglers can enjoy a variety of fishing techniques and environments throughout the season, creating memorable moments against the backdrop of Rowlett's scenic landscapes.

As autumn descends upon Rowlett, fishing enthusiasts welcome the cooler temperatures and changing scenery with anticipation. Fall fishing in the area offers a unique blend of challenges and rewards as fish transition to their fall feeding patterns in preparation for the winter months. Anglers can explore the region's waterways in pursuit of migrating species like white bass and hybrid striped bass or target bass amidst the vibrant foliage along the riverbanks. Whether casting for bass or soaking bait for catfish, fall fishing in Rowlett provides anglers with an opportunity to savor the beauty of the season while enjoying some of the area's finest angling experiences.

What types of fishing are popular in Rowlett?

In Rowlett, Texas, anglers have access to a variety of fishing experiences, catering to different preferences and skill levels. One popular method is bank fishing, which allows anglers to cast their lines from the shores of local ponds, lakes, and rivers. Rowlett boasts several scenic water bodies, including Lake Ray Hubbard and Rowlett Creek, where anglers can target species such as bass, catfish, and crappie. Whether fishing from the tranquil banks of a creek or the sprawling shoreline of a reservoir, bank fishing provides an accessible and serene way to enjoy angling in Rowlett's natural surroundings.

Another favored technique among local anglers is kayak fishing, offering a more adventurous and immersive experience on the area's waterways. With its numerous lakes and creeks, Rowlett provides 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 Ray Hubbard or navigating the meandering channels of Rowlett Creek, kayak fishing allows anglers to cast their lines into pristine waters while enjoying the scenic beauty of North Texas.

For those seeking a more family-friendly angling experience, Rowlett's stocked fishing ponds offer a convenient option close to home. Parks like Pecan Grove Park and Herfurth Park feature designated fishing areas with accessible amenities such as fishing piers and picnic facilities. Anglers of all ages and skill levels can enjoy casting their lines into these ponds, which are stocked with a variety of freshwater species including bass, catfish, and sunfish. Whether fishing with friends and family or enjoying a solo outing, Rowlett's stocked ponds provide a relaxed and enjoyable way to connect with nature and experience the joy of fishing in the heart of the city.

What species are popular in Rowlett?

In Rowlett, Texas, anglers have a diverse selection of fishing species to pursue, thanks to the area's varied aquatic environments. Largemouth bass are among the most coveted catches for fishing enthusiasts in Rowlett. Found in the local lakes, rivers, and ponds, largemouth bass offer anglers thrilling action and the opportunity 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 excitement of hooking into a spirited largemouth bass.

Catfish are another popular species among anglers in Rowlett, providing abundant opportunities for a rewarding day on the water. From the shores of Lake Ray Hubbard to the depths of Lake Lavon, catfish can be found in a variety of habitats throughout the area. Whether targeting channel catfish, blue catfish, or flathead catfish, anglers can utilize 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 delectable flesh, catfish offer an enjoyable and satisfying fishing experience for anglers of all skill levels in Rowlett, Texas.

Crappie are also prevalent in the waters around Rowlett, presenting anglers with the opportunity 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 Ray Hubbard, anglers in Rowlett can enjoy hours of excitement and the potential for a rewarding catch when pursuing crappie.

What are the best places to fish in Rowlett?

Rowlett, Texas, offers anglers a multitude of excellent fishing spots, each presenting unique opportunities for reeling in prized catches. One standout location is Lake Ray Hubbard, a vast reservoir renowned for its diverse fish populations and scenic beauty. Anglers can enjoy shoreline fishing from various parks and access points around the lake or venture out onto the water in boats or kayaks to explore its expansive waters. With an abundance of bass, catfish, crappie, and more, Lake Ray Hubbard provides anglers with an unforgettable fishing experience against the backdrop of North Texas's stunning landscapes.

Additionally, the Rowlett Creek Preserve offers anglers a serene setting for freshwater fishing along the tranquil waters of Rowlett Creek. Anglers can hike along the preserve's trails to discover secluded fishing spots along the creek's banks, where they can cast their lines for bass, sunfish, and other freshwater species. The preserve's natural beauty and peaceful ambiance make it a popular destination for anglers seeking a tranquil escape from the city while enjoying a day of fishing in Rowlett.

For those seeking a more family-friendly fishing experience, Rowlett's local ponds and lakes provide convenient and accessible options close to home. Parks like Pecan Grove Park and Herfurth Park feature stocked fishing ponds with designated fishing areas, offering anglers of all ages and skill levels the chance to reel in bass, catfish, and sunfish. Whether casting from the shore or enjoying a leisurely day of fishing from a pier, Rowlett's local ponds and lakes provide a welcoming environment for anglers to enjoy quality time outdoors while pursuing their passion for angling.

Other things to do in Rowlett

While fishing is a popular activity in Rowlett, Texas, the area offers a variety of attractions and activities for visitors to enjoy beyond the water. Nature enthusiasts can explore the scenic beauty of the region at Pecan Grove Park. This expansive park features picturesque walking trails, lush green spaces, and serene picnic areas, providing visitors with opportunities for outdoor recreation and relaxation. Whether strolling along the park's tranquil pathways, birdwatching amidst the towering pecan trees, or enjoying a leisurely picnic with family and friends, Pecan Grove Park offers a peaceful retreat amidst the hustle and bustle of city life.

History buffs can delve into Rowlett's rich cultural heritage at the Rowlett Historical Society Museum. Housed in a charming historic building, the museum showcases exhibits detailing the area's pioneer history, railroad heritage, and local artifacts. Visitors can explore interactive displays, photographs, and memorabilia that offer insight into Rowlett's unique past and contributions to the region. Guided tours and special events are offered throughout the year, providing visitors with a deeper understanding of Rowlett's rich cultural heritage.

For those seeking outdoor adventure, Rowlett offers a variety of recreational activities beyond fishing. The nearby Lakes of Springfield Park provides miles of scenic hiking and biking trails, playgrounds, and sports fields, making it the perfect destination for a day of outdoor fun. Visitors can hike through wooded trails, enjoy a game of disc golf, or simply relax by the lake and take in the beautiful surroundings. With its abundance of recreational opportunities and natural beauty, Lakes of Springfield Park offers visitors a memorable outdoor experience in the heart of Rowlett, Texas.

Recent Reviews of Captain Experiences

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Jay was great. Put us on the fish right away. We caught many bass. Will go with him again.

    Kyle M. with Jay B. of Honey Grove, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Great Experience!! Marc is the Best! Every aspect of our experience was Off the Chart! Marc is a Great Human Being and Knowledgeable would be an understatement! Thank you for Connecting us Captain Experiences!

    Norm H. with Marc M. of Lake Fork, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Jason did a great job on our hog hunt!

    Matthew W. with Jason M. of Lindale, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Great trip, guides were excellent, friendly and accommodating! They put in the time and effort to get us on fish even late into the tear on a cold day when fishing east expected to be good

    Jeromy K. with Bubba B. of Dallas, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Great time with our guide cody. Will be back again .

    Timothy D. with Bubba B. of Dallas, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Terrific trip with Milton. Fishing started slow, but we stuck it out and everybody caught their first-ever gar! Milton moved spots several times to get us more shots, and we caught fish while every other boat on the river got skunked. Will definitely be back!

    with Milton N. of Corsicana, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    We went with Cody and had a great time. I bass fish a lot but never thought about Alligator Gar fishing. But some friends from Czech Republic came to see me and that was on there bucket list. So we booked with Captain Experiences. The whole experience from start to finish was great. Shawna was great and keep us updated on everything. and was very quick to respond to any questions that we had. Cody sure knows what he is doing. our largest was 160.25 lbs. and I do think I will be going back. I do recommend you give it a try. Terry Varden

    Terry V. with Bubba B. of Dallas, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Had a great time fishing with Marc!

    Rodney H. with Marc M. of Lake Fork, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Dawson runs an absolutely awesome 5 star operation. Putting us on big alligator gar at every turn. We will be repeat clients as soon as we can. What a day! What a trip! You haven’t caught big gar until you’ve fished with Dawson

    Chris S. with Dawson H. of Corsicana, Texas

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