Lake Travis Honey Hole Report
Each Thursday at 6:00PM a new Lake Travis "honey hole" fishing report is uploaded. These honey hole reports give you EXACT locations where I have been catching largemouth bass. I fish Lake Travis 200+ days a year and am on the lake more than any other local fishing guide. For less than a couple gallons of gas I will give you current spots that are producing fish, and most importantly, the pattern that is working. Save yourself the time of fishing dead water and burning fuel looking for fish and purchase one of my honey hole reports!
With the purchase of each report you will get 5+ pins on Google Earth showing you exactly where to go. You will also receive a written description and accompanying video explaining each spot. I will cover how to fish each spot, baits to throw, colors to use, conditions to look for, boat positioning, etc. I am an open book with these paid reports and hold nothing back about what is working and where I am catching fish!
After completing your purchase you will be given a link to download the honey hole report. Once downloaded and unzipped you will receive a .KML file. If you do not have it already, you will need to download Google Earth Pro (free to download) to your desktop computer to open the file. Once downloaded, right click the .KML file and select "open with" then click Google Earth Pro. Once opened you will then see all of your pins on the map! Click on each pin to access the description with a detailed explanation of how to fish each spot. Honey Hole Reports can be opened via desktop computer, or on mobile with the Google Earth app. Please make sure your version of Google Earth Pro is the most up to date before trying to open your download.
Reports are uploaded Thursday's at 6PM and are $14.99. You can purchase one week old reports at a discount of 50% off. These reports aren't as fresh, but patterns typically last for several weeks, and these reports contain some very useful information.
Visit the link below for instructions on how to open your report on a mobile device.
Link to Mobile Device Tutorial
Visit the link below for instructions on how to open your report on a desktop computer.
Link to Desktop Computer Tutorial