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#12367499 - 08/01/17 09:26 AM Fishing the S. Llano river
FamilyMan6 Offline
Green Horn

Registered: 01/23/17
Posts: 14
We'll be at the S. Llano river state park in September. I imagine the area directly around it gets hammered pretty bad, but anyone have any tips for catching a guadalupe bass on a fly rod in this river? Better spots upstream or downstream? I will have a kayak. Catch & release of course. Thank you!

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#12367611 - 08/01/17 10:29 AM Re: Fishing the S. Llano river [Re: FamilyMan6]
Texjbq Offline
Outdoorsman

Registered: 02/10/15
Posts: 89
Loc: San Marcos, Tx
Guadalupe Bass generally like current. You can still find them anywhere you would find a largemouth, but if my main objective was to catch one I'd focus on the tailout of riffles, a size #6 clouser is probably the best thing to ties on.

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#12370611 - 08/03/17 07:25 AM Re: Fishing the S. Llano river [Re: FamilyMan6]
FamilyMan6 Offline
Green Horn

Registered: 01/23/17
Posts: 14
Thank you Texjbq! I've got gray, tan and chartreuse clousers

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#12370621 - 08/03/17 07:35 AM Re: Fishing the S. Llano river [Re: FamilyMan6]
pearow Online   content
Extreme Angler

Registered: 12/15/02
Posts: 1840
Loc: Murchison, TX, USA
put in at the first crossing above S llano state park and drift down. Lots of fish; never caught any really big ones but lots of good action on a 3 weight.-p-

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#12372161 - 08/04/17 08:37 AM Re: Fishing the S. Llano river [Re: pearow]
FamilyMan6 Offline
Green Horn

Registered: 01/23/17
Posts: 14
Which crossing? Looking on google maps it looks like the river is flowing north - is that correct? Do you recall how long it took to float it to the state park? It seems to be a slow moving river - not much current. Is that correct?

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