Guadalupe River Fly Fishing

Fly Fishing The Llano River


The Llano River is one of the true fishing gems in the Texas Hill Country.  The Llano flows approximately 100 miles, starting as the North and South Llano Rivers, which come together at Junction, and continue through Mason and Llano Counties, eventually joining the Colorado River at Lake LBJ.

Many fly anglers add the Llano to their bucket list for the numerous opportunities the river gives for Guadalupe Bass, as well as Rio Grande Cichlids, northern largemouth bass, as well as many varieties of sunfish.  The Llano can be fished with anything from a 2wt to a 7wt rod, depending on the species you are wanting to target.


 Spring of 2016

While the Llano is my home river, I spend much of my year fishing other rivers, but I do like to get onto the Llano in the Spring and Fall.  In the past few years we have had low flows due to drought, but as we enter this Spring, the Llano River is looking to be very good for fly fishing.

As of late February, I am not certain of the exact areas of the river I will be fishing, but will know more as my scouting trips increase in the first couple of weeks in March and will keep providing updates on the river and the conditions accordingly.  Early scouting reports in mid-February were promising for the Llano around Castell & Junction, but I want to take a look at flows as we get our Spring rains.

March 23-29 & April 9-14 on the Llano.

If you are interested in booking a date in March or April, please contact me soon, so that you can reserve your spot.  If I get enough interest, I will likely add additional days to the current schedule.  If you are not available one of these weeks, please check back for the May and June dates, or send me a note with your preferred days.

Request a date for fly fishing the Llano River

I will be adding May & early June dates soon

Learn More about fly fishing the Llano River:

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