Lake LBJ Fishing Guides

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There are plenty of guide services and fish at Lake LBJ to give you the fishing trip of your life. The predominant species of fish in Lake LBJ are largemouth and white bass, blue, channel, and flathead catfish, and green, hybrid, longear, redbreast, and redear sunfish. Other species include hybrid striped and smallmouth bass, bluegill, white and black crappie, and longnose gar. So, don’t worry about loading and launching a boat at Lake LBJ. Just call a fishing guide service and let them do all the work while you catch your limit.


Coach's Guide Service on Lake LBJ

After 35 years of fishing Lake LBJ, Coach Phil Sanders guides fishing adventures in this beautiful Texas hill country area known for great crappie and white bass catches. Fishing is more than catching. Enjoying the natural beauty of the great...

John Gilbert Fishing Guide on Lake LBJ

Fishing with John Gilbert is a truly UNIQUE and FUN experience. John catches fish 90% of the time and he's easy-going so you're going to have a great day. FISH, FISH, FISH & more FISH is what it's all about - see our pictures for the...

Jay "Fish Bird" Frasier Fishing Guide Service

Jay has been fishing the Highlands lakes for 40 years and uses local, traditional fishing techniques. Come and experience the best fishing in the area. WHAT TO BRING: Cooler, drinks, snacks, sunglasses, sunscreen, wide-brim hat, long sleeve...

Bray's Fishing Guide Service

Bray's Fishing Guide Service is the premier local guide service for Lake LBJ. We are a father and son guide service with nothing but passion for fishing and enjoying the water. With over 50 years experience between them you will be sure to have...

Teach Em' to Fish - Professional Texas Freshwater Fishing Guide on Lake LBJ

I cannot remember a time when fishing was not a part of my life. South Texas, where I grew up, was a wonderful place for fishing, especially at Falcon Lake and in Mexico. In the early 70's, while in college, I was introduced to bass fishing...

Torwicks Guiding Service

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...

Lake LBJ Fishing Guide Service

BEST CRAPPIE FISHING ON LAKE LBJ! Come join us for a fun and memorable fishing experience in Central Texas on Lake LBJ near Marble Falls, Kingsland and Horseshoe Bay. The guides for Lake LBJ Fishing Guide Service have over 40 years experience...

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Lake LBJ Current Weather Alerts

There are no active watches, warnings or advisories.

 

Lake LBJ Weather Forecast

Wednesday

Decreasing Clouds

Hi: 58

Wednesday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 37

Thursday

Mostly Sunny

Hi: 70

Thursday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 36

Friday

Mostly Sunny

Hi: 53

Friday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 28

Saturday

Mostly Sunny

Hi: 56

Saturday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 33


Lake LBJ Water Level (last 30 days)


Water Level on 2/8: 824.66 (-0.34)



Lake LBJ

Fishing Report from TPWD (Feb. 1)

GOOD. Water stained; 51 degrees; 0.37 feet below pool. Winter fishing patterns are holding steady. Catfish are good in 30 feet of open water with punch bait. Crappie are fair with chartreuse jigs in 30 feet of water over brush piles. Report by Jess Rotherham, Texas Crappie Fishing Service. Target bass on ledges in 15-20 feet of water dragging Texas or Carolina rigs, and in shallow water using square bill crankbaits and Texas rigs near bulkheads and docks. Report by Bryan Cotter, Texas Hawgs.

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