Learning to fly fish in Central Texas was amazing. Kayaking the Guadalupe River multiple times a week after work helped me hone my casting skills, learn where bass and panfish like to hang out and what flies they’ll bite on. They were experiences I’ll never forget.
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“Rivers and the inhabitants of the watery elements are made for wise men to contemplate and for fools to pass by without consideration. ” ― Izaak Walton
The old cliche of “when life hands you lemons, make lemonade” was relatable to me this past June.
One weekend this past June, I decided to take a trip with the family down to Boca Raton, Florida for a long weekend to visit some friends and celebrate their daughter’s birthday. Our friends have a canal flowing right behind their condo and I thought it would be an excellent opportunity to try out my favorite rod, a Cabela’s Three Forks 3WT, on whatever might be swimming in there.
“There is certainly something in angling that tends to produce a gentleness of spirit and a pure serenity of mind.” – Washington Irving
The Guadalupe River, located in Central Texas, is one of the most diverse rivers you can fish in the whole state. The river flows through wild countryside and peaceful municipal environments alike. Whitewater on this river is rare. It’s the perfect river for fly fishermen and kayakers alike. Here’s why:
“Angling may be said to be so like the mathematics that it can never be fully learned.” – Izaak Walton