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Head out for a day trip friends, or a night trip after work to hook into some freshwater freaks of nature, and prepare yourself for a fishing experience unlike anything you've ever seen before! Pound for pound some of the hardest fighting freshwater fish, and giants at that, are waiting for you inside Austin's city limits, and our team has a unique and incredibly efficient method for getting you hooked up! “Euro” Carp fishing is a bait fishing technique with European gear that is specifically engineered for catching giant Carp, and can also be used to target Smallmouth Buffalo (in the Fall and Winter months). This gear can’t be purchased anywhere locally. Infact, there is only one retailer in the across the United States, and that's merely an online shop out of Oklahoma! 12 ft rods, big pit reels for playing large fish, and casting up to 100 yards are the first marks of this unique freshwater gear. Each setup also comes with bite alarms that sound when a fish takes, and a reel set to free spool allowing the fish to run until you get to the rod. Then comes the challenge of playing a freshwater giant, on a #6 hook, all the way to the net! From there the fish is handled very carefully, unhooked, weighed, photographed, and finally released. All of the gear is centered around fish care. They provide landing mats that allow you to unhook the fish without it harming itself from thrashing and a sling that allows us to safely weigh and release the fish. Our team has got you covered with all the gear you didn't even know you needed! So all you need to bring is your Texas Fishing License and your A-Game and our team will take care of the rest! Read More

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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

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Get ready for one of the greatest thrills in all of Freshwater Fly Fishing, Behemoth Carp on the fly! And it isn't widely known as the pinnacle of Freshwater Flying fishing for no reason, hooking into these freshwater monsters is no easy feat. Catching a carp on the fly is ridiculously hard at first, which is why your guides love them, and they would love it even more if they could help you get on one yourself! When you go out with one of the guides to chase these feisty specimens you can expect to spend your day wading around lakes and river systems stalking your quarry stealthy and precisely. These fish are very aware of their surroundings, and you get no second chances. It’s either a perfect cast and presentation or the fish spooks, and often, the latter. When they do eat, however, you’re can bet your bottom dollar they're going to take you out to the backing! In the Fall and Winter months, you can also target smallmouth buffalo on the fly, which grow even larger than carp, and are actually indigenous to Texas waters. Teaching trips are also welcomed for folks that have never held a fly rod. If this trip is more in line with your skill level, you can expect it to be more centered around the fundamentals, rather than finding and catching a fish, but it won't be too long before your out to the backing on a giant carp as well! Read More

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Head out with Jackie for an exciting day of Striper fishing on Lake Buchanan! Lake Buchanan is one of the hottest striper fishing locations in Central Texas as a result of efforts by volunteers and stocking programs by the government. The striper fishing is excellent on this lake. The stripers start their yearly schooling & feeding activity in February. On this 4 or 8-hour trip, Jackie will motor you out on Lake Buchanan to go after some picture-worthy Crappie, Striped Bass and White Bass. You can target these fish using light tackle, by bottom fishing or creeping up on them with the trolling motor. This trip is great for beginners, and experienced anglers can have a great time too as they pile up the fish. No matter your skill level, Jackie will give you plenty of expert tips to help get some fish on the line! You'll be fishing aboard a 23' Redfin Center Console with room for 4 people. Powered by a 200 HP Yamaha engine, this do-it-all vessel will have no problem getting you to the prime fishing spots. It comes equipped with GPS, a troll motor and Supernova LED fishing lights to make your day of fishing as productive as possible! Jackie will provide quality rods, reels and tackle, and he'll also clean any keepers for you to take home! All you need to bring is a Texas fishing license, and we recommend sunglasses, sunscreen, a hat and any snacks or beverages you may want out on the water. Tight lines! Read More

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FLOW: A state in which people are so involved in an activity that nothing else seems to matter; the experience is so enjoyable that people will continue to do it even at great cost, for the sheer sake of doing it. Your pro guide Bruce is here to show you what fly fishing is all about, and help mold you into a outstanding fishermen and steward of the sport. More than just telling you where to cast, Bruce is there to show you how to read the river. Showing you how to identify riffles, eddies, and pools and the different tactics associated each type of water. More than catching fish, Bruce is there to teach you how to enjoy the outdoors as well. Read More

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Everything to Know About Booking a Fishing Guide in Spicewood

What are the best fishing trips in Spicewood?

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 25 trips in Spicewood, and the most popular trips in the area are Central Texas Bass Fishing guided by Jake, Private Boat Ramp on Lake Travis guided by Derek, and Lake Travis Experience to Cherish guided by Todd.

Our guides in Spicewood are rated a 5 out of 5 based on 2711 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.

Other popular cities nearby for booking a charter include Austin, Lago Vista and Liberty Hill.

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

What types of fishing trips are common in Spicewood?

Lake fishing is the most popular in Spicewood as well as river fishing and inshore fishing.

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

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

How much does a Spicewood fishing trip cost?

in Spicewood prices can range anywhere from about $300 to $765, but the average price for a half day trip in Spicewood is $480. The average price for a full day trip in Spicewood is $603.

What month is best for fishing in Spicewood?

The most popular season for fishing in Spicewood is spring, and most anglers book their trips 21 days in advance.

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

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

What is fishing in Spicewood all about?

Nestled amidst the scenic landscapes of the Texas Hill Country, Spicewood offers anglers a tranquil setting to indulge in their passion for fishing. One of the prime fishing destinations in Spicewood is Lake Travis, a sprawling reservoir renowned for its clear waters and abundant fish populations. Anglers can explore the lake's expansive waters in search of bass, catfish, crappie, and sunfish, either from the shore or by launching boats from public ramps. With its scenic beauty and diverse fishing opportunities, Lake Travis provides anglers in Spicewood with an unforgettable fishing experience amidst the natural splendor of the Hill Country.

Moreover, Spicewood is home to several creeks and streams that offer excellent opportunities for freshwater fishing. Places like Cypress Creek and Little Barton Creek provide anglers with the chance to catch bass, perch, and other freshwater species in a picturesque setting. Anglers can enjoy casting their lines from the banks of these tranquil waterways, surrounded by lush vegetation and rocky outcrops. Whether fly-fishing for trout or using bait and lures to target bass, Spicewood's creeks and streams offer anglers a peaceful escape into nature.

Additionally, for those seeking a more laid-back fishing experience, Spicewood's ponds and small lakes provide convenient options close to home. Parks like Spicewood Valley Trail Park and Windy Point Park offer designated fishing areas with easy access and amenities such as fishing piers and picnic facilities. Anglers of all ages and skill levels can enjoy casting their lines into these serene waters, which are stocked with bass, catfish, and sunfish. Whether fishing with family and friends or enjoying a solo outing, Spicewood's local ponds and lakes offer a relaxed and enjoyable way to connect with nature and experience the joy of fishing in the Texas Hill Country.

What are the most popular months to fish in Spicewood?

In Spicewood, Texas, fishing seasons play a crucial role in shaping the angling experience for locals and visitors alike. Spring heralds the beginning of prime fishing season as warming temperatures stimulate increased activity among fish species in the area's lakes, rivers, and reservoirs. Anglers can target a diverse array of species, including largemouth bass, white bass, and catfish, as they become more active in preparation for spawning. Whether casting from the banks of Lake Travis or exploring the quiet coves of the Colorado River, springtime fishing in Spicewood offers thrilling encounters and the opportunity to reel in impressive catches.

As summer arrives in Spicewood, fishing enthusiasts eagerly anticipate 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 fishing from a boat or casting from the shoreline, summer offers a diverse range of angling experiences in Spicewood'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 Spicewood's scenic landscapes.

As autumn descends upon Spicewood, 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 striped bass or target bass amidst the vibrant foliage along the riverbanks. Whether casting for bass or trolling for stripers, fall fishing in Spicewood 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 Spicewood?

In Spicewood, Texas, anglers have the opportunity to engage in various types of fishing, each offering its own unique experience amidst the town's scenic surroundings. One popular method is freshwater fishing, which can be enjoyed in the numerous creeks, streams, and small lakes scattered throughout Spicewood and the surrounding Hill Country. Anglers can explore places like Cypress Creek and Little Barton Creek, casting their lines for bass, perch, and other freshwater species in the tranquil waters surrounded by lush vegetation and rocky outcrops. Whether fly-fishing for trout or using bait and lures to target bass, freshwater fishing in Spicewood's creeks and streams provides anglers with a peaceful escape into nature.

Moreover, Spicewood's proximity to Lake Travis, a sprawling reservoir on the Colorado River, offers anglers excellent opportunities for both freshwater and saltwater fishing. Lake Travis is known for its clear waters and abundant fish populations, including bass, catfish, crappie, and sunfish. Anglers can explore the lake's expansive waters from the shore or by launching boats from public ramps, enjoying a diverse range of fishing experiences amidst the natural splendor of the Hill Country. Whether casting for bass along the rocky shoreline or trolling for catfish in deeper waters, Lake Travis provides anglers in Spicewood with an unforgettable fishing adventure.

Additionally, for those seeking a more relaxed fishing excursion, Spicewood's local ponds and small lakes provide convenient options close to home. Parks like Spicewood Valley Trail Park and Windy Point Park offer designated fishing areas with easy access and amenities such as fishing piers and picnic facilities. Anglers of all ages and skill levels can enjoy casting their lines into these serene waters, stocked with bass, catfish, and sunfish. Whether fishing with family and friends or enjoying a solo outing, Spicewood's local ponds and lakes offer a relaxed and enjoyable way to connect with nature and experience the joy of fishing in the Texas Hill Country.

What species are popular in Spicewood?

In Spicewood, Texas, anglers have the opportunity to target a diverse range of fishing species, making it an appealing destination for fishing enthusiasts. Largemouth bass are among the most sought-after catches for anglers in Spicewood. Found in the area's lakes, rivers, and reservoirs, largemouth bass offer anglers thrilling 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 excitement of hooking into a spirited largemouth bass.

White bass are another popular species among anglers in Spicewood, providing ample opportunities for a rewarding day on the water. These schooling fish can be found in the area's rivers and reservoirs, particularly during their spawning runs in the spring. Anglers can target white bass using a variety of techniques, including trolling with crankbaits or jigging with spoons. Whether fishing from a boat or casting from the shoreline, anglers in Spicewood can enjoy hours of excitement and the potential for a rewarding catch when pursuing white bass.

Catfish are also prevalent in the waters around Spicewood, presenting anglers with the opportunity to reel in delicious and challenging catches year-round. These bottom-dwelling fish can be found in the local lakes, rivers, and reservoirs, offering anglers a diverse range of fishing opportunities. Whether targeting channel catfish, blue catfish, or flathead catfish, anglers can use a variety 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 levels in Spicewood, Texas.

What are the best places to fish in Spicewood?

In Spicewood, Texas, anglers are blessed with a variety of exceptional fishing spots, each offering its own unique charm and opportunities to reel in impressive catches. One of the top destinations for fishing enthusiasts is Lake Travis, a sprawling reservoir renowned for its clear waters and abundant fish populations. Anglers can explore the lake's expansive waters from the shore or by launching boats from public ramps, targeting a diverse array of species such as bass, catfish, crappie, and sunfish. With its scenic beauty and diverse fishing opportunities, Lake Travis provides anglers in Spicewood with an unforgettable fishing experience amidst the natural splendor of the Hill Country.

Moreover, Spicewood is surrounded by several creeks and streams that offer excellent opportunities for freshwater fishing. Cypress Creek and Little Barton Creek are among the favored spots, providing anglers with the chance to catch bass, perch, and other freshwater species in a picturesque setting. Whether fly-fishing for trout or using bait and lures to target bass, Spicewood's creeks and streams offer anglers a peaceful escape into nature, making them ideal destinations for anglers looking for a more serene fishing experience close to home.

Additionally, for those seeking a more laid-back fishing excursion, Spicewood's local ponds and small lakes provide convenient options for anglers of all ages and skill levels. Parks like Spicewood Valley Trail Park and Windy Point Park offer designated fishing areas with easy access and amenities such as fishing piers and picnic facilities. Anglers can enjoy casting their lines into these serene waters, stocked with bass, catfish, and sunfish, while soaking in the tranquil ambiance of the Texas Hill Country. Whether fishing with family and friends or enjoying a solo outing, Spicewood's local ponds and lakes offer a relaxed and enjoyable way to connect with nature and experience the joy of fishing in this charming town.

Other things to do in Spicewood

Aside from fishing, Spicewood, Texas, offers a variety of activities and attractions to explore, making it an ideal destination for visitors seeking outdoor adventures and relaxation. One popular activity is visiting the local wineries and vineyards that dot the scenic landscapes of the Texas Hill Country. Spicewood is home to several acclaimed wineries, where visitors can enjoy wine tastings, tours of the vineyards, and scenic views of the surrounding countryside. Whether savoring a glass of locally-produced wine or strolling through the vineyards, a wine tasting excursion in Spicewood provides a delightful way to unwind and appreciate the region's natural beauty.

Furthermore, outdoor enthusiasts can explore the numerous hiking and biking trails that wind through the rugged terrain surrounding Spicewood. Places like Pedernales Falls State Park offer miles of scenic trails, showcasing the area's diverse landscapes, including limestone cliffs, lush forests, and cascading waterfalls. Visitors can hike, bike, or even horseback ride through the park's picturesque terrain, enjoying opportunities for wildlife watching and birding along the way. With its tranquil ambiance and stunning natural scenery, exploring the hiking and biking trails in and around Spicewood provides a rejuvenating escape into nature for adventurers of all ages.

Additionally, for those looking to relax and unwind, Spicewood offers several opportunities for indulging in wellness activities and spa treatments. The area is home to luxurious resorts and retreats, where visitors can enjoy massages, yoga sessions, and other wellness services amidst the serene surroundings of the Hill Country. Whether unwinding with a soothing spa treatment or practicing mindfulness in a yoga class, Spicewood provides a peaceful retreat for those seeking relaxation and rejuvenation away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Recent Reviews of Captain Experiences

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

    Rick W. with Wyatt R. of Lago Vista, 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

  • ★★★★★
    CaptaIn Jackie was outstanding I’ll use him again for sure.

    Steve M. with Jackie H. of Burnet, 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

  • ★★★★★
    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

  • ★★★★★
    Had a great time, Grant was very knowledgeable. He had the proper gear, and knew how to use it. He also was great to talk to. I would recommend him highly.

    James F. with Grant L. of Austin, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    My son and I recently went on a guided trip with Derek and we could not be happier! Originally we were scheduled for Lake Austin, but Derek had gotten some news that we should hit Lake Travis instead, and it definitely paid off! His knowledge of the lake and guidance with us novice fishermen (and just a good guy all around) led to some fun results!

    Logan . with Derek R. of Austin, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Jake was patient, positive and extremely accommodating to three beginners, including a teenager. I’m looking forward to booking him again when I get another hankering to go fishing.

    Brad P. with Jake K. of Spicewood, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Jake took us on a lovely trip on Lake Travis. He’s very patient and knowledgeable. He showed us some great fishing spots and we caught lots of bass! Highly recommend a trip with Jake!

    Karolina V. with Jake K. of Spicewood, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Wyatt is a great guide, was willing to work with our busy schedule and get us on the fish fast. In ten mins my friend caught the Texas state bass, what a welcome to Texas that was! Highly recommend him next time we’re back in Texas we’ll definitely be giving him a call.

    Joe H. with Wyatt R. of Lago Vista, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Derek did a great job. Even though the weather was a little cold and the fish weren’t too hungry, we hit multiple different spots and everyone on the trip landed something! We also nearly landed a 25 pound mega catfish that would’ve been a personal best! All in all, awesome day, awesome guide.

    Ian O. with Derek R. of Austin, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Wyatt waws a good captain. While the bite was slow, he was very knowledgeable about the area, the history and the fishing patterns. Had a great day.

    Scott M. with Wyatt R. of Lago Vista, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Kevin is a great guide and super passionate about putting you on your biggest fish. Mother nature worked against us on my trip but I was still able to learn a lot about fishing in Texas as I’m new here. Even though the bite was hard and we got snunked I would go out again with Kevin with full confidence.

    Grizz J. with Kevin O. of Austin, Texas

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