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Texas Kayak Fisher Blog

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A Visit to the Devils River

Clint Taylor

For those of you who don’t read my website often, I like to visit the Devils River at least once per year. It is a pristine, spring-fed river located in southwest Texas between Sonora and Del Rio. With clear, spring-fed water, Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass, and amazing scenery, the Devils River has quite a bit to offer. For this trip, me and my dad had quite an offering of fish too.

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Return to the San Saba River - A Great Reunion

Clint Taylor

Before I ever got a kayak, paddleboard, or even a baitcasting reel I fished the San Saba River. I had fished other rivers, creeks, and ponds before the San Saba, but the San Saba River was one of the first “wild” rivers that started my path to where I am today. On this trip, I had an opportunity to return to the San Saba River and try to catch some Largemouth Bass.

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A Visit to the South Llano River with Dr. Kennedy

Clint Taylor

Every once ang a while I have the opportunity to take out a friend out on the water. For this trip, I was able to take Dr. Kennedy for a some kayak fishing on the South Llano River.

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Fishing the Llano River Near Mason, Texas (Ranch Road 2389)

Clint Taylor

One of my favorite rivers to fish is the Llano River. I have paddled and fished several different sections, with my primary destination being the South Llano River near Junction, Texas. For this trip, I decided to try out a new location where the James River and Llano River become one.

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A Trip to the South Llano River - Post Flood Condition

Clint Taylor

The South Llano River is an amazing place. Unfortunately, it took quite a hit from flooding in August of 2018. It still isn’t fully back to normal, but it seems to be recovering quickly. It certainly was nice to see the river getting back to normal and being able to get out on it’s pristine water.

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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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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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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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