Tyler, a local fishing guide in Austin, Texas, likes to consider himself a very well-rounded angler who doesn’t stick to just one style of fishing. A former president of the Baylor University collegiate fishing team and veteran tournament angler, Tyler is an experienced guide. He owns and operates Torwick’s Guide Service and offers his clients exciting fishing trips for Largemouth Bass.
With numerous podium finishes with the FLW college tour, Texas Tournament Zone, Media Bass, and several other trails, Tyler has the skills to teach you to fish like the pros. As well as putting you on fish, he will also instruct you how to effectively read sonars, download GPS waypoints from Google Earth on your computer, convert the file type, and import them onto your unit.
You will also be able to hone your fishing skills and learn a technique or two. Tyler will show some tried-and-true methods for breaking down a new lake, locating structure and fish, and figuring out how to catch them.
You will be exploring the deep and rocky Lake Travis and its clear waters with artificial lures or live bait. Your vessel for the day will be a 21’ Skeeter Bass boat, built back in 2006 and overhauled in 2017. The boat can cruise at a hair-raising 65 knots thanks to her 250 HP Yamaha SHO engine. There is plenty of space for up to 2 anglers.
The boat is rigged with an Ultrex 112 trolling motor, as well as with other navigational and fishfinding electronics to build up a clear picture of where the fish are hiding.
All trips come with the use of gear and tackle by Shimano and Dobyns, as well as lures. The only things you need to bring are a valid Texas fishing license and snack/drinks if you like.
Rods, reels & tackle
About this listing
Skeeter (Bass boat) originally built in 2006, and restored in 2017. Powered by a 250HP Yamaha SHO engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 65 knots.
Types of Fishing
About the Captain
Member since April 2018