Iconic Guadalupe River Drives Local Economies

The “Guad” is more than just a pretty river. Tubing, floating, paddling, rainbow trout fishing, shrimping, wildlife watching – all these activities and more owe something to the Guadalupe River. From its Hill Country headwaters through its 250-mile course to the Gulf of Mexico, the Guadalupe River tells the story of water’s importance to communities, local economies, recreation and wildlife. Watch “Tracing a Texas River” to see what she contributes to the lives of Texans. Explore the detailed descriptions and maps of each section of the river.Trout fishing is a specialty of the Guadalupe. Recognized as one of the top 100 trout streams in America and the southernmost trout stream in the United States, the section of the Guadalupe River below Canyon Dam is managed through special fishing regulations and is stocked in the winter months by Texas Parks and Wildlife and the Guadalupe River Chapter of Trout Unlimited.

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