Attoyac Outfitters


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Attoyac Outfitters, a Brookeland, Texas fishing charter service, specializes in bass fishing adventures on Sam Rayburn and Toledo Bend Reservoirs. Led by Ross Jewell, their guided trips cater to groups of up to three, offering instruction on electronics, seasonal patterns, and even tournament prep. Whether you're a seasoned angler or a curious novice, Attoyac Outfitters can help you hook into a memorable fishing experience.

Located in the heart of East Texas's best Bass fishing lakes Sam Rayburn and Toledo Bend. Either reservoir is available for trips. We specialize in shallow water or offshore fishing with electronics education as well. Youth tournament pre-practice and how to break down these massive East Texas reservoirs in a short amount of time.

Ross operates a fully loaded 21' Phoenix bass boat with a capacity for 2 passengers with an option for one more person at an increased rate. It has all the essentials including Hummingbird Mega 360 and Garmin Panoptix.
Your captain will provide rods and reels, along with lures. All rods are custom-built in Texas, Power Tackle Rods paired with Shimano or Lew's reels.

You will need to buy a local fishing license before the trip. This information is usually available online, or you can ask the captain.

It's recommended to bring sunscreen (non-spray), and sunglasses. Drinks will be available for you. Alcohol is allowed in moderation, but try to avoid hard liquor as well as glass bottles.

Often times if full-day trips are booked he can work an afternoon trip in, depending on the time of year.

If possible please text about availabilities at 270-625-3492
www.attoyacoutfitters.com

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Clear

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Lake Sam Rayburn

Fishing Report from TPWD (Apr. 17)

GOOD. Water slightly stained; 70 degrees; 5.19 feet below pool. Navigate with caution to avoid sandbars and stumps. Bass are on points and drains in shallow water spawning, and some are in a post spawn biting crankbaits and Carolina rigs. Some topwater along the grass edges. Crappie are fair in the shallows near stumps and fair on the brush piles. Some crappie are spawning near cypress trees, wade anglers can target these. White bass are schooling on main lake points but not surfacing yet. Catch some with jigs, minnows, crankbaits and jigging spoons. Catfish are slowly moving back to the points. Report by Captain Lynn Atkinson, Reel Um N Guide Service. Shad spawn is in full swing. Bass are good keying on hard clay points, grass edges and flooded timber with swim jigs, chatterbaits, topwater spooks or pop-r’s. Offshore bite is 10-20 feet on hard spots and flats, points and creek channel swings using crankbaits, Carolina rigs, shaky heads and dropshots. Crappie have finished spawning in 12-20 feet of water on brush piles and standing timber. Report by Captain Hank Harrison, Double H Precision Fishing.

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