Go with the Flow
Guadalupe River Flow Info

Many factors must be taken into consideration to fully understand what the conditions are like on the Guadalupe.
River Flow

Although we believe fishing is enjoyable anytime, a little planning and research will lead to a more successful trip. GRTU recommends only fishing when water temperatures are 68 degrees Fahrenheit or lower. And don’t forget to keep your fish wet, especially on days when air temps exceed 80 degrees Fahrenheit.

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Guadalupe River at Sattler
3:38 pm,
temperature icon 97°F

  • Streamflow: 72.6 ft³/s
  • Gage height: 4.29 ft
USGS

QUICK LINKS

STAY SAFE

Understand Safe Wading and Floating Levels of the Guadalupe

Water Temperature (Fahrenheit)

Above Horseshoe Falls (Mile 1.3)
Full Monitor Infomation: https://www.hobolink.com/p/39bd41c39866fceb04369cefc3b8b2e2

Maricopa Lodge (Mile 2.9)
Full Monitor Information: https://www.hobolink.com/p/3943bf43fd41ac361fb9ec1c1c39c77a

Potts (Mile 6.6)

Devil’s Playground (Mile 8.6)
Full Monitor Information: https://www.hobolink.com/p/d7431e96d3ce57c35937afc274366c24

Flow (cfs), Lake Level, & Precipitation

Guadalupe River at Sattler

Guadalupe River Near Spring Branch
Guadalupe River at Comfort
Canyon Lake Height (msl)

Canyon Lake Rainfall

CONSERVATION

Protecting, reconnecting, restoring and sustaining our cold water fisheries. It’s what we are here to do.

LEASE ACCESS PROGRAM

Our lease access program allows members access to fish the Guadalupe River at 14 private locations.

YOUTH TROUT CAMP

Engaging our young people in river ecology, conservation and fly fishing with an expert hosted parent/child weekend on the river.

Lease Access Program (LAP)
NEW SEASON 2024-2025
Sign Up Process begins!
Deadline is July 31st!