Freshwater Fishing Adventures

Fishing is more than just a pastime at Freshwater Fishing Adventures. It's a way of life and their passion to provide the greatest on-the-water experiences for their customers. Captain Sam is a tournament angler and full-time guide with a passion for sharing the joys of fishing with others. His goal is that when you leave the boat, you'll have memories that will last a lifetime, a greater knowledge of fishing, and plenty of fish for the freezer.

It's the captain's guarantee that you will catch fish or you won't be charged for the trip. It's this commitment to you that he hopes will bring you back to them for years to come.

You'll be fishing on a brand new 2022 Vexus center console boat. Its 21ft in length, plenty of seating and equiped with the latest in marine electronics. All the best fishing equipment are included in the price. You only need to purchase your fishing licenses and pack some snacks for the day. Drinks are provided.

Freshwater Fishing Adventures is ready for a perfect day at the lake. Are you?

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Mostly Cloudy

Hi: 73

Friday Night

Chance Thunderstorms

Lo: 60


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Water Level on 4/19: 346.05 (+1.05)

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Fishing Report from TPWD (Apr. 17)

GOOD. Water stained; 70 degrees; 1.78 feet above pool. All boat launches are now open. A lot of flooded shoreline grass and brush, and some low hanging branches in the water are good for bass. Weedless frogs, creatures, chatterbaits are good. Channel catfish are beginning to move into shoreline rocks in the water, blue catfish remain good in 4-22 feet on live minnows and cut bait. When the water temperature reaches 74 degrees look for the flathead catfish to spawn along the shorelines. As water drops and warms, expect shad spawn to begin also. Crappie are finishing the spawn and returning to deeper habitats. Report by Jim Beggerly, Jim’s Fishing.

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