1 Day 8hr Bass Trip

Hill Country Bass Couch

Hill Country Bass Fishing

Plan Your Texas Fishing Trip Today!

If you want to catch fish, learn how to fish, or learn a new technique, learn from a pro. Ray Tomasits has fished all of over the country, both recreationally and competitively, and has learned how to catch bass in every type of water that Texas has to offer. As a full-time bass fishing guide in Austin, Texas, he is constantly in touch with where the fish are and how to catch them. Ray also provides customized lessons on how to interpret and use marine electronics for offshore structure fishing and boat lessons. His boat is a fully rigged Skeeter tournament bass boat that can comfortably fish 3 anglers.

The Texas Hill Country offers some of the best bass fishing in the country to the local or visiting outdoorsman. As a full-time professional bass fishing guide, Ray will guide you on the lake that is fishing the best in the Austin area to ensure you have the bass fishing trip of a lifetime. Ray will tailor each trip to your needs and will provide all the gear required for your day on the water. Whether you are a beginner who wants to catch fish or learn how to fish, or an experienced angler who wants to “up his game,” Ray will ensure your goals are met. Here are some of the lakes that Ray guides on:

Lake Travis – If you want to have the opportunity to catch a lot of bass, this is the lake you want to go to. While it’s better known for quantity, this lake can surprise you with a Texas trophy bass!

Lake Austin – Just downstream from Lake Travis, this lake is considerably shallower than Lake Travis and has a good population of largemouth bass. There are more 10lb plus bass swimming in this lake than probably any other lake in the Austin area. If you’re hunting for a trophy, a springtime trip to Lake Austin is a must.

Lake Bastrop –This power plant cooling reservoir 45 minutes southeast of Austin offers a high density population of largemouth bass. While not known for producing a lot of trophies, it is common for this grass-filled lake to produce good catches of 2-5 lb. bass.

Ladybird Lake – Nestled right in the middle of downtown Austin, this small, scenic reservoir offers some of the best urban bass fishing in the Austin area. This lake fishes shallow and is known for its quality rather than quantity. A 20lb limit of bass is a common occurrence on this lake.

Walter E. Long – Just a few miles from Austin International Airport, this small power plant cooling reservoir offers excellent fall and wintertime fishing; due to its year-round warm water temperatures. The lakes shoreline is littered with bulrush and is a frog-fisherman’s dream!

To get more information or see a list of frequently asked questions, visit the Plan Your Trip page. Don’t hesitate to set up your trip with one of the best bass fishing guides in Texas. Call us at 915-217-5263 or email raytomasits@yahoo.com. Experience Texas the right way with Hill Country Bass Coach.

About this trip

Hill Country Bass Fishing

Plan Your Texas Fishing Trip Today!

If you want to catch fish, learn how to fish, or learn a new technique, learn from a pro. Ray Tomasits has fished all of over the country, both recreationally and competitively, and has learned how to catch bass in every type of water that Texas has to offer. As a full-time bass fishing guide in Austin, Texas, he is constantly in touch with where the fish are and how to catch them. Ray also provides customized lessons on how to interpret and use marine electronics for offshore structure fishing and boat lessons. His boat is a fully rigged Skeeter tournament bass boat that can comfortably fish 3 anglers.

The Texas Hill Country offers some of the best bass fishing in the country to the local or visiting outdoorsman. As a full-time professional bass fishing guide, Ray will guide you on the lake that is fishing the best in the Austin area to ensure you have the bass fishing trip of a lifetime. Ray will tailor each trip to your needs and will provide all the gear required for your day on the water. Whether you are a beginner who wants to catch fish or learn how to fish, or an experienced angler who wants to “up his game,” Ray will ensure your goals are met. Here are some of the lakes that Ray guides on:

Lake Travis – If you want to have the opportunity to catch a lot of bass, this is the lake you want to go to. While it’s better known for quantity, this lake can surprise you with a Texas trophy bass!

Lake Austin – Just downstream from Lake Travis, this lake is considerably shallower than Lake Travis and has a good population of largemouth bass. There are more 10lb plus bass swimming in this lake than probably any other lake in the Austin area. If you’re hunting for a trophy, a springtime trip to Lake Austin is a must.

Lake Bastrop –This power plant cooling reservoir 45 minutes southeast of Austin offers a high density population of largemouth bass. While not known for producing a lot of trophies, it is common for this grass-filled lake to produce good catches of 2-5 lb. bass.

Ladybird Lake – Nestled right in the middle of downtown Austin, this small, scenic reservoir offers some of the best urban bass fishing in the Austin area. This lake fishes shallow and is known for its quality rather than quantity. A 20lb limit of bass is a common occurrence on this lake.

Walter E. Long – Just a few miles from Austin International Airport, this small power plant cooling reservoir offers excellent fall and wintertime fishing; due to its year-round warm water temperatures. The lakes shoreline is littered with bulrush and is a frog-fisherman’s dream!

To get more information or see a list of frequently asked questions, visit the Plan Your Trip page. Don’t hesitate to set up your trip with one of the best bass fishing guides in Texas. Call us at 915-217-5263 or email raytomasits@yahoo.com. Experience Texas the right way with Hill Country Bass Coach.

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Available: January 1, 2019 - December 31, 2019
$250
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Half Day - 6 hr Bass Trip
Duration: 6 hours,
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$300
per person
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1 Day Dawn to Dusk Bass Trip
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Payment
100% paid in-person when the trip begins
Minimum People:
1
Target species:
Bass (Largemouth)
Bass (Smallmouth)
Type of guiding available:
Guided
What's included?:
Fly Fishing Equipment
Rods, Reels & Tackle
Live Bait
Lures
Catch Cleaning & Filleting
Snacks
Drinks
Lunch
Fishing License
What type of fishing?:
Lake
Which fishing techniques do you use?:
Light Tackle

ABOUT THE BOAT

Boat Description:
Skeeter ZX250 - Yamaha 250 SHO - Lowrance HDS Electronics - Minn Kota Talon 10' Shallow Water Anchors
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