Plan your next river trip with Texas River Bum’s handy guidebooks!

The Texas River Bum’s pocket guidebooks include extensively detailed river maps with public access points and other navigation features to help you plan your next fishing or paddling trip.

Blanco River Pocket Guide

Whether you are looking to take a multi-day paddling excursion or just go out for an afternoon splashing with the kids, the Blanco River Pocket Guide has all the detailed information you need. It’s designed with a full-color visual layout that allows you to meticulously plan out your trip, aid you with navigation and track your progress down the river.

“A must-have guide! It really opens up a river that everyone thought had little or no access.”—Chris Johnson, fly fishing guide and owner of Living Waters Fly Fishing

“I grew up paddling the Texas Hill Country rivers, and this guide has already opened my eyes to the areas that I never knew existed.”—Thomas Flemons, owner of Diablo Kayaks

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San Marcos River Pocket Guide

The San Marcos River Pocket Guide has all the detailed information you need in a full-color, visual layout to help you plan your next trip, aid you with navigation and track your progress down the river.

The San Marcos River is popular with the summer crowds looking to escape and relax in the cool, clear water that flows out of Spring Lake. Those seeking to play can paddle down the river’s series of exciting rapids. Downriver, its swift water twists through stretches that are jammed with logs and can challenge even the hardened competitors of the annual Texas Water Safari. Others come for a peaceful afternoon on the Luling Paddle Trail or to try their luck on one of Texas’ best fishing rivers.

From the city of San Marcos all the way to Gonzales, this river has something for everyone. Includes 85.7 miles of the San Marcos River and 4.7 miles of the Guadalupe River. Easy-to-use shuttle matrix for planning your next trip. 30 extensively detailed river maps. Information on 33 public access points.

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Lower Guadalupe River Pocket Guide

Probably the most popular river destination in Texas, the Lower Guadalupe River between Canyon Lake and New Braunfels is renowned for its cool water, exciting rapids and great trout fishing. In the summer people flock to the river to enjoy tube floating, rafting and paddling. In the cooler months it is the southernmost trout fishery in North America.

This Lower Guadalupe Pocket Guide has all the detailed information you need to prepare a leisurely family weekend, a whitewater adventure or a day of fly fishing for trout. It is designed with a full-color visual layout that allows you to meticulously plan out your trip, aid you with navigation and track your progress down the river.

Buy on Amazon or directly from Texas River Bum

Lower Colorado River Pocket Guide

The Lower Colorado River is generally wide and flat as it meanders its way down toward the Gulf of Mexico, making it well-suited to casual paddlers and bass fishermen. The section of the river between Austin and Bastrop is especially popular due to its proximity to downtown Austin.

Whether you are looking to take a multiday paddling excursion or just go out for an afternoon float trip with the kids, the Lower Colorado River Pocket Guide has all the detailed information you need. It’s designed with a full-color visual layout that allows you to meticulously plan out your trip, aid you with navigation and track your progress down the river.

Buy on Amazon or directly from Texas River Bum

South Llano River Pocket Guide

The South Llano River, which rises from over a thousand springs about 26 miles upstream from Junction, is a classic “plunge and pool” waterway, alternately running over a narrow, shallow, rocky bottom creating mild rapids and then emptying into deep, calm pools. The river begins in deep canyons where springs gush from the steep banks.

From there it flows northerly and eventually gives way to the valley floor and through the pecan-forested bottomlands that are the special feature of the South Llano River State Park. Best known as a year-round paddling river, it is also home to the only pure strain of Guadalupe Bass in the world.

So whether you want to paddle, fish, or both, the South Llano River Pocket Guide has all the detailed information you need in a full-color, visual layout to help you plan your next trip, aid you with navigation and track your progress down the river.

Buy the South Llano River Pocket Guide from Amazon at http://amzn.to/2lTOBnx or directly from Texas River Bum at https://squareup.com/store/wes-ferguson

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