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trip description for Carp On The Fly - Austin, TX in Austin

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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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

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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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If you're looking for an unforgettable adventure in Austin, Texas, look no further than a trip with Captain Carson! Join Captain Carson on a journey through the waters of Austin's Hill Country and learn how to get those adrenaline-pumping tugs. Listen closely to Captain Carson's trips and tricks and you'll be sure to have a successful fishing trip. Captain Carson and you will be targeting largemouth and smallmouth bass, so we'll be using a variety of techniques and baits. You will be fishing around structures and using lures that mimic the forage these fish feed on. You will also be fishing deeper pools and drop-offs with live bait. So whether you're a novice angler or a seasoned pro, we'll have you covered. And of course, you'll be using the best gear available to make sure you're successful. Captain Carson's 18' Bass Boat is the perfect combination of speed and stealth. When fishing for easily spooked creatures, this boat is ideal. On this four-hour (half-day) or eight-hour (full day) adventure, you'll be crushing it. This trip can accommodate up to three people. Captain Carson is a knowledgeable and experienced guide who will help you make the most of your time on the water. Be sure to bring your Texas Freshwater Fishing License, and Carson will provide the rest! He'll have all the rods, reels, and tackle you need for a successful day of fishing, as well as bottled waters. But if you prefer your own snacks and drinks, feel free to bring them along. Most importantly, come ready to have a great time! Read More

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Head out with your kids and Captain Kevin for an action-packed day of Lake Austin fishing. Go after Perch & Crappie on light tackle—Captain Kevin's specialty! Captain Kevin likes to target these species using a variety of jigs, soft plastics, and live worms. Up to 3 anglers (3 kids & 3 Adults) can fit aboard the 22' Desperado center console, plus the captain. For each kids, an adult needs to participate to assist/supervise with a valid Texas Fishing license. 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 Taylor

What are the best fishing trips in Taylor?

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

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 21 trip in Taylor: Granger Crappie Fishing guided by Kevin.

Our guides in Taylor are rated a 5 out of 5 based on 2899 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 Taylor? Check out our beginner and family friendly guides in Taylor.

What types of fishing trips are common in Taylor?

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

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

The most common fishing techniques in Taylor 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 Taylor fishing trip cost?

in Taylor prices can range anywhere from about $300 to $700, but the average price for a half day trip in Taylor is $433. The average price for a full day trip in Taylor is $517.

What month is best for fishing in Taylor?

The most popular season for fishing in Taylor is spring, and most anglers book their trips 29 days in advance.

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

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

What is fishing in Taylor?

In Taylor, Texas, anglers have access to a range of fishing opportunities amidst the area's beautiful natural surroundings. One notable spot for fishing enthusiasts is Lake Granger, a picturesque reservoir known for its diverse fish population and scenic beauty. Anglers can cast their lines from the shore or venture out onto the lake in search of largemouth bass, white bass, crappie, and catfish. With its clear waters and tranquil ambiance, Lake Granger provides an ideal setting for a day of fishing adventures in Taylor.

For those seeking a more intimate fishing experience, the San Gabriel River offers a serene escape into nature. Flowing gently through Taylor, this scenic waterway is home to a variety of fish species, including bass, sunfish, and catfish. Anglers can explore its meandering channels and hidden fishing spots, immersing themselves in the peaceful tranquility of the surrounding landscape. Whether casting from the riverbank or paddling along its currents in a kayak, the San Gabriel River promises a relaxing retreat for fishing enthusiasts.

In addition to these natural waterways, Taylor also boasts several stocked ponds and lakes that provide convenient and accessible fishing opportunities for anglers of all ages. These well-maintained fishing spots offer the chance to catch a variety of fish species, including rainbow trout, bass, and catfish, making them perfect for a family-friendly fishing outing. Whether you're a seasoned angler or a novice enthusiast, Taylor, Texas, offers a wealth of fishing experiences waiting to be discovered amidst its charming surroundings.

What are the most popular months to fish in Taylor?

In Taylor, Texas, fishing seasons bring about shifts in weather patterns and fish behavior, offering anglers diverse opportunities throughout the year. Spring heralds the beginning of prime fishing season as warming temperatures trigger spawning activities and increased fish activity. Largemouth bass, crappie, and catfish become more active, providing anglers with excellent opportunities to reel in impressive catches. As nature comes alive with vibrant colors and renewed energy, fishing enthusiasts flock to Taylor's lakes, rivers, and ponds to capitalize on the abundance of fish in the waters.

As temperatures rise in summer, fishing in Taylor presents its own set of challenges and rewards. Fish seek cooler, deeper waters, altering their feeding habits and preferred habitats. Early mornings and late evenings often offer the best chances for success, as fish are more active during these cooler periods. Anglers can also take advantage of the longer daylight hours to experiment with various techniques, from topwater lures for bass to deepwater trolling for catfish. With a bit of patience and adaptability, summer fishing in Taylor can be both exhilarating and fruitful.

Fall ushers in another bountiful fishing season in Taylor as the temperatures begin to cool and the leaves change color. Crisp mornings and mild afternoons create ideal conditions for extended hours on the water. With the summer crowds dissipating, fishing spots become more secluded, providing anglers with peaceful retreats to enjoy the tranquility of nature while pursuing their favorite catches. Whether casting from the shore or drifting along the riverbanks, fall fishing in Taylor offers a picturesque backdrop for memorable outdoor adventures.

What types of fishing are popular in Taylor?

In Taylor, Texas, anglers have a variety of fishing techniques at their disposal, each offering a unique experience and set of challenges. One popular method is bank fishing, where anglers cast their lines from the shoreline of lakes, rivers, and ponds. This approach provides easy access to fishing spots and is well-suited for catching a variety of species, including largemouth bass, crappie, and catfish. Whether using live bait or artificial lures, bank fishing allows anglers to enjoy the scenic beauty of Taylor's natural surroundings while waiting for the next bite.

Kayak fishing is another favorite among local anglers, offering a more immersive and adventurous way to explore the area's waterways. Kayaks provide anglers with the flexibility to access remote fishing spots that may be inaccessible by larger boats, allowing for a more intimate connection with nature. Whether paddling along the tranquil waters of a river or navigating through the hidden coves of a lake, kayak fishing offers a thrilling and rewarding experience for those seeking a hands-on approach to angling in Taylor.

For those looking to venture offshore and target larger game fish, offshore fishing in Taylor provides an exhilarating challenge. Anglers can embark on fishing charters in the Gulf of Mexico in pursuit of prized species such as red snapper, king mackerel, and mahi-mahi. With experienced guides leading the way, offshore fishing expeditions offer the opportunity to reel in trophy-sized catches while enjoying the thrill of deep-sea adventure. Whether casting from the shore, paddling in a kayak, or venturing offshore, Taylor, Texas, provides a wealth of fishing opportunities for anglers of all levels.

What species are popular in Taylor?

In Taylor, Texas, anglers have the opportunity to target a diverse array of fish species that inhabit the area's lakes, rivers, and reservoirs. One of the most prized catches for anglers is the largemouth bass, known for its aggressive strikes and fighting spirit. Taylor's waterways provide excellent habitat for largemouth bass, making them a popular target for both recreational and competitive anglers alike. Whether casting from the shoreline or navigating the waters in a boat, anglers have the chance to reel in trophy-sized bass throughout the year.

Crappie are another sought-after species in Taylor, especially during their spawning season in the spring. These panfish are known for their delicious flavor and can be found in abundance in the area's freshwater bodies. Anglers often employ techniques such as jigging or trolling to catch crappie, with many enjoying the challenge of filling their limits while exploring the scenic beauty of Taylor's lakes and rivers.

Catfish round out the trio of top fishing species in Taylor, offering anglers of all levels the opportunity to enjoy a relaxing day on the water. Whether targeting channel catfish, blue catfish, or flathead catfish, anglers can find success using a variety of baits and techniques, from bottom fishing with stink bait to drift fishing with live bait. With its numerous rivers, ponds, and reservoirs, Taylor provides ample opportunities for catfish enthusiasts to reel in some hefty catches and create lasting memories on the water.

What are the best places to fish in Taylor?

In Taylor, Texas, anglers have access to a variety of prime fishing spots that offer abundant opportunities to reel in impressive catches. One standout destination is Granger Lake, a scenic reservoir known for its diverse fish population and picturesque surroundings. Anglers can cast their lines from the shore or venture out onto the lake in search of largemouth bass, white bass, crappie, and catfish. With its clear waters and tranquil ambiance, Granger Lake provides an ideal setting for anglers of all levels to enjoy a day on the water.

For those seeking a more secluded fishing experience, the San Gabriel River offers a serene escape into nature. Flowing gently through Taylor, this scenic waterway is home to a variety of fish species, including bass, sunfish, and catfish. Anglers can explore its meandering channels and hidden fishing spots, immersing themselves in the peaceful tranquility of the surrounding landscape. Whether casting from the riverbank or paddling along its currents in a kayak, the San Gabriel River promises a relaxing retreat for fishing enthusiasts.

In addition to these natural waterways, Taylor also boasts several stocked ponds and lakes that provide convenient and accessible fishing opportunities for anglers of all ages. These well-maintained fishing spots offer the chance to catch a variety of fish species, including rainbow trout, bass, and catfish, making them perfect for a family-friendly fishing outing. Whether you're a seasoned angler or a novice enthusiast, Taylor, Texas, offers a wealth of fishing experiences waiting to be discovered amidst its charming surroundings.

Other things to do in Taylor

Beyond its exceptional fishing opportunities, Taylor, Texas, offers a variety of activities to suit diverse interests and preferences. Nature lovers can explore the scenic beauty of the area by hiking or biking along the numerous trails that wind through parks and natural preserves. With its rolling hills, lush forests, and abundant wildlife, Taylor provides the perfect backdrop for outdoor adventures and wildlife spotting, promising unforgettable experiences for adventurers of all levels.

History enthusiasts can delve into the rich heritage of the region by visiting local museums and historical sites. From exhibits showcasing the area's pioneer history to well-preserved landmarks, there are plenty of opportunities to uncover Taylor's past. Visitors can step back in time and learn about the area's early settlers, Native American cultures, and the events that have shaped its identity over the years.

For those seeking relaxation and leisure, Taylor offers various recreational activities such as golfing at scenic courses, picnicking in parks, or enjoying cultural events and festivals. Families can spend quality time together at amusement parks, zoos, and family-friendly attractions. With its vibrant arts scene, shopping districts, and diverse dining options, Taylor ensures there's something for everyone to enjoy, making it an ideal destination for a memorable getaway.

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

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

    Dale K. with Kevin O. 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

  • ★★★★★
    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

  • ★★★★★
    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

  • ★★★★★
    Exceptional fisherman. Great personality & love his excitement & laugh. My wife and I are in our mid 70's but in good health. However, he saw to all our needs and especially finding Crappie. Will be all fishing guide for every fishing trip we book in the future. Had a wonderful time.

    Dan A. with Kevin M. of Taylor, 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

  • ★★★★★
    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

  • ★★★★★
    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

  • ★★★★★
    Carson is the man 10/10!

    Joey B. with Carson C. of Austin, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Great friendly guide. Worked hard to find fish

    Logan H. with Carson C. of Austin, Texas

  • ★★★★★
    Had the best time with Captain Carson. It was our first time bass fishing outside the Midwest and he was an excellent guide and great at teaching us some new techniques. He was very knowledgable about the area, and has experience with all sorts of fishing from river and lake to offshore. Shared some great stories, had an awesome experience, and plan to be going out again! Thanks again Carson!

    Shawna S. with Carson C. of Austin, Texas

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