Fishing is the only sport where you're allowed to consume your opponent, not counting baseball before 1971. Catch a bite with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $199 for a four-hour guided fishing trip for up to four people (a $450 value)
- $399 for an eight-hour guided fishing trip for up to four people (an $800 value)
Both options are valid Monday–Friday and include all necessary supplies: rods, reels, bait, tackle, and life vests. Licensed anglers board boats on Navarro Mills Lake or Richland Chambers Lake (depending on fishing conditions) to hook white bass, crappie, and striped bass. The staff recommends bringing a snack and an ice-filled cooler for storing fish filets.
Central Texas Fishing Guides
For Central Texas Fishing Guides’ Allen Morehouse and Tim Harrell the outdoors are more than just a hobby—they're a way of life. Morehouse was a professional bull rider until 2001, when the birth of his first son prompted him to choose a slightly tamer career path. He began guiding hunting, fly-fishing, and lake-fishing trips, sharing his extensive knowledge and passion with other nature enthusiasts. Harrell, on the other hand, has been fishing since he's been walking. Having grown up casting lures with his dad on Cedar Creek Lake, he extended his passion through his life, founding the Baylor Bass Club at Baylor University—one of the first programs in the country to join the collegiate Bassmasters circuit—and currently targeting white bass and crappie.
The duo takes groups of up to 20 anglers on full- or half-day adventures using boats designed for agility and comfort. The V8, 300-horsepower engine of the spacious ZX24V, for example, allows it to easily cut through waves on the open water and navigate shallow inlets in search of float-through fast-food restaurants.