Client brings:

  • Texas Fishing License
 
  • Fly Rod(s)

Most anglers use an 8-weight, however, 6- to 9-weights should be considered depending upon skill level and conditions.

  • Flies

Anything you would like to try! Clousers, Sliders, Crabs, Poppers, Spoon flies all work well. Sizes 6 to 2 are most common. In any case, I will have flies with a proven success record.

  • Reel

A good drag system is recommended. Load it with a floating line and a 10- to 16-pound tapered leader.

  • Polarized Sun Glasses
 
  • Hat w/ dark brim
 
  • Rain Gear

Weather can change suddenly and unpredictably.

  • Sunscreen
 
  • Flats Boots

If you would like to get out of the boat and wade.

  • Camera

You never know what you’ll catch. I have clients who have caught IGFA and Texas State record fish with me.

  • Lunch

If you would like, we can stop and pick up food on the way to launch.

  • Ice chest

Most of my clients practice catch-and-release, but I understand if you want to take fish home to eat. If you do, have an ice-chest available for transport.

Freddy provides:

  • Drinks
  • Ice
  • Flies
  • Tippet
  • Tackle such as rods and reels, if desired
  • Fish cleaning

Prices and Booking a Trip

Full (8-hour) Day: $550.00

Half (4-hour) Day: $400.00

Unlike many guides, I do not charge extra for fuel. That doesn’t mean, however, that I simply choose fishing spots that minimize running time. We will go wherever the fish are. Like I said, "We’ll get ‘er done!"

The best way to book a trip is to call me at (361) 533-4227. If I’m out with a client, leave me a message with your name and number, and I promise, I will call you back and discuss schedules and answer any questions you may have.


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