We had a good day on the Guadalupe River this Saturday. The day started off in the mid 20s, but warmed into the upper 70s by lunch time. The trout were in an eating mood. The most productive flies were small mayfly emergers and San Juan Worms. We also caught a few fish on larger attractor flies. Most of out trout were i the 14" to 16" range. The river is still low, but the water is very cold and the trot are very strong and put up quite a fight. Check out the photos below.