For a hassle free trip:
Texas Fishing License
Mexican Fishing License
(Required if fishing Mexican waters, can be purchased morning of trip)
For your protection:
For Your Enjoyment:
Tackle/Rods/Reels (captain can furnished equipment if desired)
1. When and where will we meet? Typically, we will meet at the Exxon One Stop gas station just prior to the entrance of the National Park Service Diablo East Recreation Area on US Hwy 90 West. Standard procedure is for us to get in touch the evening prior to our scheduled trip to discuss plans for the meeting time and place.
2. How many people can go? Because all guiding is done out of bass
boats, 3 adults (not including the guide) is the maximum number for our trips. Rates quoted are for the daily rate based on how many individuals will be in the boat fishing.
3. I am flying in how do I meet you? For those out of town customers, I will pick you up from the airport and transport you to your hotel. I will also pick you up daily from most lodging locations in and around the lake area. All you have to do is let me know in advance if you need to be picked up and I will accommodate you in every way possible.
4. Can we keep the bass? I do my best to provide a quality guide service and not a charter trip. Occasionally clients keep a few 14-16 inch bass to harvest and clean themselves, but every effort is made to release bass caught in good shape to fight again another day.
5. What is a chase boat? A chase boat is utilized for groups that are bringing their own boat and would like to fish in the productive locations with the Guide and their other group members.