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Re: Anyone ever look for a river fishing cabin to rent? [Re: Riverrat9] #13313265 10/16/19 01:00 PM
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Any advice on where I should advertise this house?


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Re: Anyone ever look for a river fishing cabin to rent? [Re: Riverrat9] #13319763 10/23/19 04:52 AM
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AirBnB, Craigslist or Homeaway to start with, maybe?


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Re: Anyone ever look for a river fishing cabin to rent? [Re: Riverrat9] #13319775 10/23/19 06:29 AM
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Looks nice but the non-potable water combined with the price (and no online reviews) would be a deal-breaker for me as a general user of VRBO / AIRBNB.

Re: Anyone ever look for a river fishing cabin to rent? [Re: pavlaugh] #13326138 10/29/19 04:00 PM
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Originally Posted by 5-20
AirBnB, Craigslist or Homeaway to start with, maybe?


We are listed on AirBnB I avoid Craigslist but will check out Homeaway.

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Looks nice but the non-potable water combined with the price (and no online reviews) would be a deal-breaker for me as a general user of VRBO / AIRBNB.

We stock 3 five gallon jugs of drinking water in the house. Online reviews will come.

I just need a few fishermen to start using the place. I may lower price some to get it started. If anyone from here wants to rent just e-mail me through AirBnB and we can wheel and deal.

BTW - White bass (males) are there now. Won't be long until the big females are there.

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PB flathead 34.5 lbs - I know it's small but it was still the record for Lake Travis when I caught it!
PB Blue 58.5 lbs jugline 43.5 lbs on R&R which was the other Lake Travis record when caught.
Re: Anyone ever look for a river fishing cabin to rent? [Re: Riverrat9] #13327101 10/30/19 03:32 AM
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Don’t forget to give a weekly rate. Which is just a discounted nightly rate, for longer stays.

Re: Anyone ever look for a river fishing cabin to rent? [Re: crapicat] #13327256 10/30/19 12:20 PM
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Originally Posted by crapicat
Don’t forget to give a weekly rate. Which is just a discounted nightly rate, for longer stays.


We did. 20% off for a week and 40% off for a month.


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PB Blue 58.5 lbs jugline 43.5 lbs on R&R which was the other Lake Travis record when caught.
Re: Anyone ever look for a river fishing cabin to rent? [Re: Riverrat9] #13327727 10/30/19 07:12 PM
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Please forgive my ignorance, but what makes water good enough to wash dishes and clothes in, but not good enough to cook with or drink? Looks like a nice quiet place to get away from everything.


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Re: Anyone ever look for a river fishing cabin to rent? [Re: texcajun] #13327801 10/30/19 08:36 PM
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Please forgive my ignorance, but what makes water good enough to wash dishes and clothes in, but not good enough to cook with or drink? Looks like a nice quiet place to get away from everything.


Chemical pollution for one. The streams in New England are beautiful clear running water but will no longer support native trout due to pollution.


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Re: Anyone ever look for a river fishing cabin to rent? [Re: texcajun] #13328150 10/31/19 02:47 AM
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Originally Posted by texcajun
Please forgive my ignorance, but what makes water good enough to wash dishes and clothes in, but not good enough to cook with or drink? Looks like a nice quiet place to get away from everything.


I'm not a water well expert. I just go by what all the surrounding neighbors do. All the wells hit the same water. It may be good to drink but I play it safe and only consume purified water.


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PB Blue 58.5 lbs jugline 43.5 lbs on R&R which was the other Lake Travis record when caught.
Re: Anyone ever look for a river fishing cabin to rent? [Re: Riverrat9] #13328384 10/31/19 12:58 PM
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FYI - I updated pricing and lowered the cleaning fee in order to get a few people out to get started.


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PB Blue 58.5 lbs jugline 43.5 lbs on R&R which was the other Lake Travis record when caught.
Re: Anyone ever look for a river fishing cabin to rent? [Re: Riverrat9] #13357225 11/30/19 03:22 AM
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Fish starting to bite down south. A few whites in the evening also. Didn't try for any catfish but they're almost always close by.

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PB flathead 34.5 lbs - I know it's small but it was still the record for Lake Travis when I caught it!
PB Blue 58.5 lbs jugline 43.5 lbs on R&R which was the other Lake Travis record when caught.
Re: Anyone ever look for a river fishing cabin to rent? [Re: Riverrat9] #13360459 12/03/19 10:33 PM
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Riverrat9 give me a call got a few questions Thanks 512-293-8338

Re: Anyone ever look for a river fishing cabin to rent? [Re: Riverrat9] #13404529 01/14/20 09:28 PM
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White bass are starting to bite off the dock!


PB flathead 34.5 lbs - I know it's small but it was still the record for Lake Travis when I caught it!
PB Blue 58.5 lbs jugline 43.5 lbs on R&R which was the other Lake Travis record when caught.
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