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#11818311 - 09/08/16 02:30 PM Tips for a trip to the Llano?
Matty Offline
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Registered: 06/17/06
Posts: 163
Loc: Plano
I'm exploring the possibility of doing a trip to the Llano and I've never been before. I'd like to find a place to setup base camp somewhere (cabins or something) and then do day trips up/down the river. Any suggestions on stretches of the river for optimal fishing, places to stay, etc?
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#11819233 - 09/08/16 09:48 PM Re: Tips for a trip to the Llano? [Re: Matty]
Neumie Offline
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Registered: 07/25/06
Posts: 3051
Loc: SA, Hallettsville, Rockport
Anywhere up river of Yates Crossing (south South LLano River, Junction, etc) or around Castell would be a great starting point. Downriver of Yates Crossing is OK for a few miles, but a float from Yates to Whites Crossing is not recommended.
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#11819585 - 09/09/16 08:26 AM Re: Tips for a trip to the Llano? [Re: Matty]
murraycamp Offline
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Registered: 06/03/12
Posts: 9
Agree with Castell. The guy that owns the general store there (he basically owns the whole little town) does trips or take-out service for kayaks, which is more limited than what you had in mind.

I have probably wade fished the Llano 30+ times over the years, but never kayaked it. Any of the low water crossings south of Mason are productive in the deeper holes. 80% of the time I would use small crawfish colored crank baits (Rebel Wee Craw is excellent on the river). Rest of the time, would use in-line spinners. You can find very nice Guadalupe bass (with occasional LMB) in the deeper holes. Always retrieve with the flow.

Hope that helps.

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