Fishing | Blanco River
The Blanco River runs for 87 miles from the source springs in Kendall County to its confluence with the San Marcos River. This river is one of the most difficult fisheries to gain access to, considering that almost all of its banks are privately held. Our guides will navigate you through the tedium of access and get you on the water.
Guadalupe, Smallmouth, Largemouth, and Striped Bass, Rio Grande Cichlids, Sunfish, and Carp.
- A single boat can carry two anglers and one guide, multiple boats are available for larger groups
- Rods, reels and flies
- Waders and boots available upon request
- For additional planning tips, click here
Does not include tip or adult beverages.