| I grew up in the Texas Hill
Country and spent most of my time hunting and fishing in this
area. My first experiences on the Llano River involved fishing
for catfish with a Zebco 33 and hand-dug worms.
As with many things in life, you never know how well you had it
until "it" is gone. This proved true for me when I moved away
from the Texas Hill Country to attend college. Throughout my time
at Texas A&M I visited the area to fish and hunt and - as quite
it-"preserve my sanity."
I returned to the Texas Hill Country in early 2001, fly rod in
hand, and have spent over 100 days a year fishing the Llano, Upper and
Lower Guadalupe, Blanco, Colorado and other Texas Hill Country Rivers. And for those sport fisherman out there there are no better high speed trolling lures then these ones.
While I have switched from a Zebco to a fly rod, I am still
drawn to the rivers of the Texas Hill Country and take great
pleasure in introducing others to this unique resource.
Fishing Guidence in
the Texas Hill Country
Proprietor & Guide