After another great summer guiding In Colorado I am back in Texas. Recent rains and cooler temperatures have done wonders for our local waters. The Colorado River has gotten several big rises and the excess weed growth is pretty much gone. This is perfect timing for the fall and winter fishing on the Colorado. The river will be low and clear and as the water temperatures drop the bass should really go on the feed. The San Marcos River has been consistent through out the summer and should fish well for the next month or so. The Llano is floatable for the first time in months, and once it clears up we may have a couple of weeks of good fishing there as well. Right now is one of the best times of year to get out and enjoy some of our wonderful hill country fishing.