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Spending a few days at the S.P. over spring break. Anybody have any idea on how the fishing is? Should I bother bringing the Yak? Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
 

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The Frio (Spanish for "cold") is, as the name implies, a cold and very clear river. It is not known for stellar bass fishing. However, if you use a light action rod with 4 - 6 lb. test line with a Roadrunner or small Beetle Spin you can catch 40-50 fish a day (mostly little bream, bluegills, Rio Grande cichlids, etc.) but it's still a blast. Good luck.
 

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The Frio (Spanish for "cold") is, as the name implies, a cold and very clear river. It is not known for stellar bass fishing. However, if you use a light action rod with 4 - 6 lb. test line with a Roadrunner or small Beetle Spin you can catch 40-50 fish a day (mostly little bream, bluegills, Rio Grande cichlids, etc.) but it's still a blast. Good luck.
It's hard to do that there, I caught some small ones on a dry fly setup. But it has got to be the worse place to fish.

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Appreciate the feedback fellas. I heard of a few people having good luck near the dam, and there is a kayak shuttle service in the area Im going to see if I can pry a little more info out of. Either way ill post an update upon my return.
 
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