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Guadalupe Bass newbie. #13958431 04/13/21 03:03 PM
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Just want to catch some. The more you catch the better you learn as to their whereabouts. etc. I take it that it is almost like trout fishing, look for moving water and fish the seems. I use both fly tackle and ultralight spinning. What is the easiest way to catch some Guadalupe bass? Thanks.

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You can catch them about any way you want. If you are around them, they will eat. I catch quite a few on small crank baits and ned rig type of baits on the river lakes, and white H&H spinner baits with the tail dipped chartreuse in the hill country creeks.

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Llano river with small creature baits and ned rigs and the same on lake travis. Fish the rocky mainlake points

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We used to catch them in Dunlap on small jigs before the dam broke. I’m sure there’s still some in there.

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South Llano River around S. Llano River State Park. Fish a chartreuse curly tailed grub on a jig head. Concentrate on the faster moving water. Rent a canoe or kayak and float from the 377 crossing down to the state park. Tons of Guads and a beautiful trip.

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Thanks everybody

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They were fun to catch out of the Llano on a fly rod. There are plenty to come by in Lake Travis as said above. They eat everything, very aggressive little buggers.


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