Torwicks Guiding Service


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Torwick's Guiding Service is a licensed and insured fishing charter located in the Texas Hill Country. Specializing in Lake LBJ, Lake Travis and Lake Decker, Capt. Tyler can put you on the fish! You will be fishing from a 21 foot Skeeter bass boat powered by a 250 horsepower Yamaha and be using only top of the line Dobyns rods and Shimano reels.
My trips range from family friendly outings perfect to introduce your kids to the sport of bass fishing, all the way to "coaching trips" where we will approach the day as if we were preparing for a tournament. I can teach you to pattern fish, read and interpret electronics, lure selection, and much much more.

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Lake LBJ Weather Forecast

Martin Luther King Jr Day

Sunny

Hi: 68

Monday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 41

Tuesday

Mostly Sunny

Hi: 75

Tuesday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 52

Wednesday

Partly Sunny

Hi: 73

Wednesday Night

Partly Cloudy

Lo: 29

Thursday

Chance Rain/Sleet

Hi: 41

Thursday Night

Slight Chance Rain/Snow

Lo: 24


Lake LBJ Water Level (last 30 days)


Water Level on 1/17: 824.68 (-0.32)



Lake LBJ

Fishing Report from TPWD (Jan. 12)

GOOD. Water lightly stained; 50 degrees; 0.67 feet low. Crappie are fair in 30-35 feet of water in the main river channel biting on minnows and orange/black jigs. Report by Jess Rotherham of Texas Crappie Fishing Service. Largemouth bass are fair to good biting on crawfish crankbaits, red rattle traps, and crawfish imitation soft plastics, and finesse jigs. Some largemouth are mixed in with white bass by underwater green lights at night. White, hybrid, striped bass are fair vertically jigging spoons in the river channel, and under green lights at night. Catfish are slow to fair jigging spoons in the schools of white bass. They are hanging out under feeding schools of white fish finishing off the fallen shad. Winter is the time to catch those lunkers using cut or live shad, and live or cut perch. Report by Lee Benton, Fishing Guide Austin.

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