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This clear hill country river is one of our favorite local haunts. The San Gabriel River originates from its source in the easternmost reaches of the Texas hill country and flows just a few miles north of Living Waters Fly Fishing. The San Gabriel river has three forks, the North, Middle, and South. The North and South are the more popular fishing destinations with the Middle being mostly surrounded by private land. The North Fork of the San Gabriel is dammed just west of the city of Georgetown to form Lake Georgetown. Below the lake the Middle Fork joins the North Fork and just a few miles downstream the major confluence of the North and South Fork occurs. This confluence is the end of all of the separate forks and is the beginning of one main river that flows right through the wonderful city of Georgetown, Texas and beyond. From sunfish and bass in the shallow upper stretches to white bass running up the river above lakes in the spring, the “Gabe” as locals call it, has something for every fly angler.
Half Day Wade (4 hours) $275
Full Day Wade (8 hours) $375
Rates based on 1 angler.
Add $100 for each additional angler, up to 3 max per guide.
Guadalupe Bass, Largemouth Bass, Rio Grande Cichlids,
Redbreast Sunfish, Longear Sunfish, Bluegill Sunfish, Green Sunfish, Carp