Lake Austin Fishing Guide Service
Brian and Clint make a great team. Their professional attitude, slight humor and business ethics allow them to bring what is needed to be successful.
From a day on the lake with your clients, co-workers, spouse, son or daughter to a famous celebrity or professional athlete, you can always expect exemplary customer service.
Clint and Brian's promise is to work their tail off trying to get you on the fish and have a great time doing it.





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Guide Clint Wright
Guide Clint Wright Clint is from East Texas. Growing up on Lake Fork, Clint learned many different techniques, patterns and tricks to put fish in the boat. He joined the United States Navy in 1996 and had the opportunity to live and bass fish in California and Maryland. He was stationed with the 1st Marine Division, 3rd Battation/4th Marines as an FMF Corpsman and Naval Air Station Patuxent River. He got out of the Navy in 2005 and opened Lake Fork Day and Night Guide Service. Business was great as he ran over 250 trips per year, many of these were corporate style trips. Clint moved to Central Texas in 2010 and began guiding on Lake Austin, which has some of the biggest bass in Texas. "My father taught me how to fish, back when I was still on a bottle". He is a true Texas Trophy Bass Hunter. Numbers have never meant that much to us, although it does not hurt to catch a bunch, we are truly after the largest bass in the lake. Being a trophy bass hunter is in Clint's blood and is how he has tailored his guiding style. Clint can catch numbers with the best of them, but if a Trophy is what your after, he is highly prepared to put his skills to work for you.

Guide Clint Wright


Guide Brian Parker
Guide Brian Parker Brian is originally from the Dallas/Ft Worth area and has fished many of the lakes in the D/FW region. He spent his high school years at Lake Whitney learning from his dad and uncles how to become an angler and has grown those skills and techniques for 25 years. Brian has spent most of his life in competitive sports from baseball to dirt track racing, but has always had a passion and made time for bass fishing. Brian moved to Central Texas in 2009 and has put many hours on the local fisheries in Central/South Texas such as Lake Austin, Lake Stillhouse Hollow, Fayette County Lake, Lake Bastrop, and Choke Canyon not to mention the countless hours on Lake Amistad (his favorite) in the past 6 years. Brian's strives to put his clients on Trophy Bass by staying on the water even in the worse of conditions and will work his butt off for your satisfaction.


Recent Fishing Reports
April-May 2014 Lake Austin Fishing Report . . April & May are two great months to fish Lake Austin. Waves of big bass are hitting the shallows to spawn. This makes bass fishing fun because so many different tactics/baits can be used to catch these giant bass. Two of our favorite was to fish Lake Austin this time of year is to either sight fish for giant bedding fish, or blind cast onto spawn flats where we know they are located. This can be done with a Texas rig, Shakey head or Carolina rig. But, don't forget moving baits, especially going into May. By May many bass have spawned and fry is beginning to hatch. Therefore the big females guarding the fry will be on the hunt for anything that poses a danger. This is where big squarebill crankbaits, big spinnerbaits and other moving baits can play a key role in your success. The topwater bite will be heating up as well! Please remember that the sun will still cause damage to your eyes while fishing. So wear your Costa Del Mar polarized sunglasses anytime the sun is shining. Costa Del Mar sunglasses have also increased my fishing as they allow me to see underwater vegetation, stumps, rocks, baitfish etc. Having the ability to see targets under the water that other anglers pass up is the key. Guided trips on Lake Austin are a sure way to have a fun filled relaxing day. Our 2014 dates are filling quickly and for that we are blessed. Let us be the first guide service you call for your fishing trip, as we can guarantee that we will try our hardest to #1 put you on fish, #2 have a great time doing it, #3 teach you something. We hope these tips help you catch the bass of your dreams. Please know that we are always here to try and answer any questions you might have. Clint and Brian are available for public speaking, such as bass club meetings, boy scout meetings etc. at no cost to you. We can go over any topics related to Lake Austin or Bass Fishing, Boating etc. We are booking summer time night trips and have available dates left, which is one of our favorite time of year to fish. These trips book very quickly, so plan ahead! Hanging into an 8 to 10 + pound bass in the dark can cause an adrenaline rush like no other. So give us a call as we will appreciate the business and work our tails off to show you a good time. Please practice C.P.R. (Catch, Photo, and Release). It takes many years for these fish to grow to their trophy size. By practicing a quick release, it allows other anglers to enjoy the same experience as you. Replica mounts can be made for your wall that look better and last longer than a real mount. Remember life jackets and kill switches any time the outboard motor is running or anytime you feel it would just be safer to wear it. Your safety is #1! Lake Austin Fishing Guide Service uses only professional Lake Austin Guides to ensure your date is available for booking. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Corporate and Group trips – no problem. Please feel free to contact us anytime with questions about Lake Austin or booking information. Or visit www.LakeAustinfishing.com for more information. References are available upon request. As always, join our Facebook page for up to the minute updates on Lake Austin. Lake Austin Fishing endorses the following sponsors: Custom Angle Rods, Costa Del Mar Sunglasses, Santone Jigs, Boca Bearings, V&M Baits, Shimano & Fringe Tackle. Tight lines and safe fishing, Clint & Brian


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