Welcome to Pescado con Moscas


 Come discover the hidden jewels of Texas the Nueces, Frio, and Sabinal rivers. Located in Southwest Texas on the edge of the Hillcountry and the South Texas Brushland these rivers offer ample opportunities for fresh water flyfishing. All three rivers are within 50 miles of each other providing the most concenrated super clear water fishing in the State of Texas giving a thrilling sight casting experience you will never forget. A float down the Nueces, Frio, or Sabinal rivers, taking in the beautiful landscape, is sure to cleanse the soul and give you fishing stories to bring home. Aaron Riggins of Pescado con Moscas Flyfishing Adventures offers guided canoe and wade fishing experiences on all three rivers giving us the flexibility to fit every clients needs. 

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Nueces River

 Always Good and will catch 10-15" Guadalupes all day long with potential of hooking up with larger fish. The Nueces gives a less punishing of a float with probability of less portage. The guadelupes in this river have big attitudes and always pull hard on light tackle. This a good river and almost always gives a fisherman good stories to tell. 

Frio River

 Very good large mouth bass river.Crowded with tubers in the summer but fishes well in spots. The Frio fishes real well but you have to choose your places to fish carefully. This river is worth a look. The Frio is also stocked with 10-15" rainbow trout from December-March. 

Sabinal River

 Floating and fishing this river is super and offers great opportunities to catch some nice fish. I only like to take serious fisherman down this river and encourage catch and release at all times. The Sabinal is truly a hidden jewel with a demanding float and excellent fishing. 



Guadelupe Bass,  Black Bass, Rio Grande Cichlid, 5 species  Sunfish, Blue and Channel Catfish,  Spotted Gar, Carp

The bass and sunfish can always be taken on  a fly rod  but, the catfish, gar, and carp will occasionally give some excitement when the opportunity arises.


April 9, 2006 Corpus Christi Caller Times


A Hidden Treasure

Uvalde County's Upper Nueces River offers plentiful fish amidst pristine surroundings

By David Sikes

Copyright 2006 Corpus Christi Caller Times


Fall 2005 Southwest Fly Fishing Magazine


Happily Marooned in the Hill Country

Nueces River, TX

By Ray Chapa


There isn't a direct link to the article but it will take you to the site

Copyright 2005 Southwest Fly Fishing Magazine

August 2005 Outdoor Life Magazine



Hill Country Bass

By Chad Mason

Copyright 2005 Outdoor Life Magazine


December 2004 Issue Texas Parks & Wildlife Magazine


Three days in the Field December 2004

A Hillcountry Doubleheader

By Dan Oko

Copyright 2004 Texas Parks & Wildlife Magazine


March 17, 2004, Houston Chronical


Trio of rivers in Hill Country has much to offer

Copyright 2004 Houston Chronicle

October 28, 2004 Houston Chronical


Fishing on Texas rivers excellent in fall

Copyright 2004 Houston Chronicle