John is a fishing guide who has lived in or around Austin, TX since 1999. He has over 15 years of experience fishing Lake Travis and been a fishing fanatic since he was 14. As a guide, he focuses on Lake Travis to pass on a great experience at a great price that is minutes away from Austin.
Take advantage of my competitive rates due to my focus on Lake Travis.
Half day (5 hours) =$250
Full day (8 hours) = $350
20' Bass Boat - comfortably fish two adults or adult with two kids
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Travis is a 18,622 acres lake just west of Austin, TX. Over the last decade, the lake has experienced drought and flood periods. During the last drought, there was a lot of tree and bush growth in the lake. Once the lake refilled, the submerged brush has provided great habitat for forage and game fish. In addition, Texas Parks and Wildlife has stocked the lake during the last two years. If you live in Austin, It's a great time to fish Lake Travis.
John is a great guide and works hard to put you on the fish and is a lot of fun! Don’t hesitate to book him...best guide on Travis!
Had a great day on Lake Travis with John. I would highly recommend anyone booking a trip with Lago Fishing Guide. He knew what the fish were doing and put us on them right away. I felt like I was just hanging out and fishing with someone I had known all my life. If we ever come this way again will be booking another trip for sure.
Went out with John and it was a wonderful experience.
John’s knowledge of the lake is amazing and went out of his way to let us fish for the big ones. Will definitely visit again.
My sister and father went out fishing with John this morning. They absolutely had a fantastic time catching fish. John was a great guide and we enjoyed listening to their stories when they got back. They’d definitely lovs to go again! 🎣
John is an excellent guide. He's knowledgeable about fishing and Lake Travis. Very friendly and professional. We will be returning and I recommend anyone visiting Lake Travis and needs a guide to use him.
We went out with John on Sat. 2/17/18. He was very knowledgeable about fishing Lake Travis and put us on to the fish in no time. He was very patient with my 7 year old who had a great time and caught many fish. His rates are very reasonable and he offered to stay out even longer to catch “the big one”. I highly recommended John to anyone who wants to fish Lake Travis.
Springtime is here and spawning has commenced for largemouth bass. We had a few cold fronts in March but enough warm weather for the bass to head to the shallows. Surface water temperatures are already in the mid 60's in the coves and low 60's on the main channels. The river chains are slightly warmer by 1 or 2 degrees. The bite number has varied from +15 to over +30 and fish up to 5 lbs caught. With the warmer weather, the higher bite numbers are the norm and typical for springtime fishing. With the warmer temps this month, the majority of the fish were caught between 5 to 15 feet of water. Mid and Main lake are clear with 5 to 10 feet visibility and the river chains stained and with visibility at 1-3 feet. With the increase visibility natural colored plastics such as green pumpkin and watermelon worms rigged Texas and wacky style worked the best. Crankbaits, spinnerbaits, and topwaters worked well with wind and in low light situations. It won't be long that the shad spawn will be starting and the topwater bite will be awesome. Have fun out of there as this is a great time to go fishing.
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