Answers to all of your questions about your guided fishing trip at Lake Lewisville, Lake Grapevine or Lake Texoma.
CAN WE BRING OUR OWN EQUIPMENT?
Absolutely! We understand that you may have your own personal secret weapon, and we will do our very best to get that secret weapon hooked up!
WHAT DO WE NEED TO BRING?
Any snacks or drinks that you would like to enjoy throughout the trip, only thing that we ask is that you do not bring any glass. A boat cooler full of ice will be provided to save floor space. Anybody 17 or older will need a TX fishing license which can be purchased online. Weather appropriate clothing sunglasses, hats, and sunscreen will also need to be brought if desired. A small cooler will also be helpful for you once we complete our trip and fillet and bag the fish for your ride home.
WHAT ABOUT THE WEATHER?
Sometimes guided fishing trips are booked several weeks in advanced and we have no idea what the weather is actually going to do. Jake will be in contact with you the day before your scheduled trip to go over fishing conditions and weather forecast. In the event of stormy conditions we can reschedule at no charge to you. The boat can run in the rain but we will not leave the dock in lightning conditions and will return to the dock in the event weather conditions become unsafe mid trip. Your safety is number 1 priority,
WHEN IS A GOOD TIME TO GO?
We get asked when a good time to go is almost daily. Sometimes the bite is better in the morning and sometimes the bite is better in the afternoon. Everyday is an opportunity to go on a good day! Spring, Summer and Fall is typically the most consistent fishing, fish can be caught in the winter but sometimes we have to earn them! We will do everything that we can to make every trip productive.
WHAT KIND OF FISH WILL WE CATCH?
Our main focus is white bass, hybrid-striper, crappie, striper and occasionally catfish. We want to catch them and then fillet them up so that everybody can enjoy the fruits of their labor by eating them! It is not uncommon for us to catch freshwater drum, large mouth bass and even the occasional carp. Occasionally a client will want to take a large mouth bass home to eat and that is ok as well. Freshwater drum and carp do not quite make for great table fare so we will release them once back into the water.