Guadalupe River, TX
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Details 25 miles of the Guadalupe River in Texas from Canyon Lake south past I-35. Includes Canyon Lakes 23 boat ramps and the campgrounds in Cranes Mill Park and North Park. Guadalupe River detail includes fishing access places and parking areas along the river as it flows through New Braunfels and beyond. Trophy trout zones and campgrounds along the river are noted.
This is a perfect river for anglers looking to scratch their trout fishing itch. It’s even listed in America’s 100 Best Trout Streams. The record trout pulled out of the Guadalupe is 28 inches so the river is nothing to scoff at!
Don’t pass up the opportunity to fish this unique water. Plus, in many of the other sections of the river, there are trophy bass waiting to be caught. The Guadalupe is a must visit for anyone passionate about angling in Texas.
There are several access points that cost a daily fee of around $10. This river is open from late November until May. It’s the opposite of many rivers across the United States.