Lake Guide Test 4
Lake Pro Fishing Guide Tyler Torwich grew up in San Diego fishing the west coast of and just never stopped. In the beginning, he would beg his mom or grandparents to drive him to the local lake so I could fish from shore. After years of Tyler’s pleading, his mom eventually caved, and gave him a float tube for his birthday. The rest, as they say, is history. Tyler fished his way through high school and college, was even the president of the Baylor University bass fishing team for a couple of years, and fished some of the best fisheries in the country through the FLW college tour.
Tyler is now captain of his own guide service, Torwick’s Guiding Service, guiding full-time on several lakes in the Austin area and reporting for Lake Pro Guides on Travis and Lyndon B. Johnson. Tyler’s specialties include offshore fishing with electronics, marina fishing, but his friends call him the “The Dropshot Master” - which may explain why he loves Travis - a clear deep water lake where “shallow” fishing can be 30 feet of water. “From fishing marinas in 100+ feet of water for suspended bass, to dragging a jig over a ledge in 40 feet of water, to flipping brush in 8 inches of water, there’s tons of ways to catch them,” says Tyler, who’s personal best on Travis is 8.5 pounds.