During spawning use spinnerbaits such as Jim Stewart’s Spin-N-Jim and the Buzz Bug. Guadalupe bass prefer shallow flowing streams and rivers that are well oxygenated and the riffles and pools. These waters are commonly...Read More
Category: Guadalupe Bass
Guadalupe Bass’s natural food consists of water-bound insects, small crayfish, minnows and small gizzard shad. Guadalupe bass are limited to a small part of the United States in Texas. They can be found in the headwaters...Read More
Guadalupe Bass can more picky when it comes to what they will eat. Older adults and the juvenile Guadalupe bass eat mostly insects. Texas winters are much milder than those in the north, and as such, Guadalupe bass, the water...Read More
Guadalupe Bass seek out and are found in flowing waters of streams around large rocks, cypress knees, stumps and similar types of cover. The Guadalupe Bass (Micropterus treculii) is a member of the Centrarchidae family...Read More
Fish for the Guadalupe Bass using their natural foods like water-bound insects, small crayfish, minnows and small gizzard shad. The Guadalupe Bass is often thought of being a river fish found in south Texas. And while it is from...Read More
Guadalupe Bass enjoys water-bound insects, crayfish, fatheads, golden shiners and gizzard shad. There is not a lot of information online about the Guadalupe Bass, let alone on the narrow topic of night fishing. Some even go as...Read More
The female is chased away by the male and he then stands guard over the incubating eggs. Both male and female Guadalupe Bass reach adulthood and sexually maturity at one year of age. Their spawning begins as early as March and...Read More
Fly fishing for the Guadalupe Bass in Texas is one of the best places to learn how to fly fish. The Guadalupe bass is a river fish and best caught with flies when fished in rivers and streams. However, it can also be fished in...Read More
Guadalupe Bass are not a large fish with the record three pounds, 11 ounces that was caught in Lake Travis in 1983. Features The Guadalupe Bass is similar in appearance to the Spotted Bass (see below). It is moderately...Read More
Lake Amistad is one of the deepest lakes in Texas and a great place for bass fishing. The Guadalupe Bass spends much of it’s time in rivers and streams as well as lakes and reservoirs. However, most of the lakes, or...Read More
The Guadalupe Bass are night feeders and freely move about their habitat at night, often ending up in a new place in the morning. Baits and Lures They prefer water-bound insects, crayfish, fatheads, golden shinners and gizzard...Read More
Preferred environments are small still water environments commonly found in flowing water, which may sound contradictory, but watch out for them in pools and raffles where they congregate and wait to ambush prey fish. Guadalupe...Read More
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Smallmouth Bass prefer cool, oxygen rich water.
Therefore, try streams and rivers with fast moving water. Smallmouth can also be found behind brush or other debris and where rocks breach the surface, creating oxygen rich water.