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Texas Kayak Fisher Blog

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A Summer Trip to the South Llano River

Clint Taylor

The South Llano River has always been a place I enjoy visiting, particularly upstream from the South Llano River State Park. The cliffs, clear water, springs, fish, and wildlife all add to a great location to visit on a Saturday after a long week of work. Although I have been to the South Llano River many times, for this visit I would be bringing someone who has never been to the South Llano River and also has never been kayak fishing with me – Kaitlyn.

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108 Degrees on the Brazos River...and a Big Snake

Clint Taylor

Texas summers can be exceptionally hot, and this past weekend was no exception. With temperatures hovering around 108 degrees and not dropping below 100 until 8:30 at night, I think it is safe to say it was pretty hot. That didn’t stop a great day on the Brazos River though.

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Pelican 1450 Case Review

Clint Taylor

When I write some of the articles that you see on www.texaskayakfisher.com, you might not think what goes into them. Some of them are pretty quick and sweet, but others are more in depth and have a lot of photography included. Photography gear is important to me, because I strive to always let photos speak through my articles. How do I keep my gear safe though?

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A Quick Trip to Catch Some Guadalupe Bass

Clint Taylor

The weekends are a great time for me to spend some time outside. Fishing is one of the many activities I like to do in my free time so if there is a weekend with good weather, there's a good chance I will be out on the water - out on the water catching Guadalupe Bass is even better.

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Pau Hana Endurance on the Devils River

Clint Taylor

There are many different rivers in the state of Texas that I enjoy fishing, but one river has consistently set itself apart from the others – the Devils River. There are some aspects that I really like when fishing a river. I like clean and clear water. I like hills and cliffs around me. I like vegetation in the water...but no too much. I like rock bottom rivers. Lastly, I like rivers that can produce a lot of fish. The Devils River encompasses all of these aspects as it is spring fed and therefor very clear, has lots of large cliffs and hills surrounding the water, and there is an abundant amount of fish to catch. Although I have gone to the Devils River quite a few times, what made this trip unique was what I used to travel across the water – my Pau Hana Endurance.

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How I Transport My Kayak or Paddleboard

Clint Taylor

Kayak fishing can be a lot of fun, but the tricky aspect can be transporting my kayak or paddleboard to the water’s edge. This isn’t as hard as it might seem to some of you though. There are many different ways to transport kayaks, paddleboards, and canoe’s, but for the sake of this article, I will be focusing on a cost-effective yet safe and reliable way.

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