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Top 3 Moments of 2016

Clint Taylor

With college being quite time consuming this year I wasn't able to get out on the water anywhere near as much as I would have liked to. However, I still had some great memories and look forward to each day I get to spend kayaking and kayak fishing.

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A Hidden Oasis - The Devils River (The Film)

Clint Taylor

A long awaited video...finally released. Many of you have seen my photos and articles over the Devils River, and I am sure you are ready to see some video footage of the Devils River. Wait no longer, as it is here. Simply said, I hope you enjoy.

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A Unique Fish for a Unique Place

Clint Taylor

For quite some time now I have been trying to catch a fish called the Rio Grande Cichlid. This fish is quite small, as the state record weight is 2.02 lbs. However, they are quite a feisty and aggressive fish, which makes them a blast to catch...at least that is what I hear. They are very interesting looking fish, as they resemble a Guinea Hen, from which their name is originated. Although the Rio Grande Cichlid is small, it has quite a relative in the Peacock Bass of South America. That's right, this small fish is related to one of the greatest freshwater fish of all time. Fortunately, you do not have to go to Brazil to catch them though. 

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Preparing for the Devils River - 3

Clint Taylor

In this article on the Devils River, we will focus on what you should bring with you both out on the water and while at camp. Although, this will mainly focus on using the point of access of the Devils River State Natural Area along with camping here, all of this information applies to wherever you may be accessing the river.

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