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Gaudalupe Rainbows #13433917 02/10/20 04:11 PM
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Good catches fly fishing with funny attempts trying to capture underwater releases...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7ANhE-19B0

Re: Gaudalupe Rainbows [Re: hadite81] #13437190 02/12/20 06:47 PM
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Nice vid! Ive been wanting to try out this river.

How far down the river from the spillway can I find the trout?

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Re: Gaudalupe Rainbows [Re: hadite81] #13437575 02/12/20 11:00 PM
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nice. looked like a good time


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Re: Gaudalupe Rainbows [Re: ps1135] #13438355 02/13/20 04:42 PM
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You can start fishing with a fly rod as soon as you have enough space to cast. The big tree in the middle is usually as far as the guys with the surf rods go... you can wade down a bit and be on them. Check out Hueco Springs as well, free entry courtesy of TPWD. A lot of great spots to fish along the river, just might have to pay $10.00

Re: Gaudalupe Rainbows [Re: hadite81] #13438511 02/13/20 07:06 PM
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Originally Posted by hadite81
You can start fishing with a fly rod as soon as you have enough space to cast. The big tree in the middle is usually as far as the guys with the surf rods go... you can wade down a bit and be on them. Check out Hueco Springs as well, free entry courtesy of TPWD. A lot of great spots to fish along the river, just might have to pay $10.00


so you can find them that far down?

Re: Gaudalupe Rainbows [Re: hadite81] #13439112 02/14/20 03:36 AM
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Enjoyed the video. Thanks for sharing. thumb




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Re: Gaudalupe Rainbows [Re: ps1135] #13443374 02/18/20 05:57 PM
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Yep,
Rainbows and the occasional Brown can be found from the dam tailrace all the way to New Braunfels. As long as the water temp stays below 70 deg. the fish will survive year round.

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You can start fishing with a fly rod as soon as you have enough space to cast. The big tree in the middle is usually as far as the guys with the surf rods go... you can wade down a bit and be on them. Check out Hueco Springs as well, free entry courtesy of TPWD. A lot of great spots to fish along the river, just might have to pay $10.00


so you can find them that far down?

Re: Gaudalupe Rainbows [Re: hadite81] #13443563 02/18/20 09:01 PM
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Nice video.

Re: Gaudalupe Rainbows [Re: hadite81] #13444393 02/19/20 04:32 PM
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Headed to Lazy L&L camp and RV park. Is that a good area to trout fish?

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I was up there about 3 weeks ago, you can fish some spots there. They also have a place a bit further down river road. you just buy a pass at L&L.
Action Outfitters is just a bit further down ($10 fee/fly fishing only).
L&L would work, water is moving pretty decent there.

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Headed to Lazy L&L camp and RV park. Is that a good area to trout fish?

Re: Gaudalupe Rainbows [Re: hadite81] #13446403 02/21/20 01:42 PM
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Thanks. We are here now and will get a pass and check it out. Thanks again

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Neat video. Thanks for sharing. woot

Re: Gaudalupe Rainbows [Re: hadite81] #13446752 02/21/20 04:45 PM
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Friend retired down in that part of the world & has been trying to get me to join him fly fishing. Think I will have to take him up on it. Thanks for the video.

Re: Gaudalupe Rainbows [Re: hadite81] #13453599 02/27/20 07:04 PM
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Thanks for all the positive comments.
Really enjoying fly fishing, can't believe it took me 57 years to try it...

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