It’s been a while since we’ve updated this page so we’re switching it up to make it more user friendly to all those folks that we’re constantly running into asking us whether or not there is fly fishing in Texas. Sure we have trout thanks to the Guadalupe River and the local Truout Unlimited, but more than that we have creeks, rivers, lakes and ponds over flowing with species that can all be caught on the fly with the right amount of knowledge and persistence.

In an effort to break it down into it’s purest form for any folks new to fly fishing or the Hill Country, we present the following sections explaining the what, where, when and why?


With the amount of people moving to Austin, TX on a daily basis it’s not hard to imagine many previous trout anglers moving here and thinking that without the trout waters they’re used to, there is no fly fishing. This couldn’t be further from the truth as there are a myriad of species to fish for in Texas, and the good news? Other than a fishing license (outside of Texas State Parks) you need nothing more than the list below.