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DEVILS RIVER

The Pecos River

Everything on this river wants to hurt you, cut you, poke you, bite you, and keep you at home. However, come prepared, know you limits, and be respectful, it will open its gates to a world you never knew existed.

If you are planning a trip to the Pecos River please be sure to check out our complete river and trip details over in our Pecos River Trip Plan information page. It has everything you need to get started for your own DIY adventure. We also have video, write ups, and gear list of our past trips here.

#006 Daniel Rodriguez - The Pecos River, The Photos, and The Veterans

Photo by Daniel Rodriguez

Photo by Daniel Rodriguez

Daniel Rodriguez is an avid angler, photographer, storm chaser, and a US Marine. Daniel survived a historical flood just weeks after our first run down the Pecos River. We relive that experience as well as discuss how he got into kayak fishing, his work with wounded veterans, photography, and how he balances his life of adventure with a full time job.

Photo by Daniel Rodriguez

Photo by Daniel Rodriguez

You can find Daniel Rodriguez on Instagram and Facebook. To learn more about the work he does with veterans you can visit the Brothers Keepers website at www.brothers-keepers.org. I also urge everyone  to go see his work behind the lens at his photography website and their blog

#005 - Devils River, TX

#005 - Devils River, TX

On this episode, Mike, Luke, and I sit near the Angelina River to discuss the ins and outs of the Devils River. We dive into the hazards, necessary gear, and fishing tactics that make  for rewarding adventure.  The Devils River is a spring fed oasis located in Trans Pecos region of Texas and home to a large and spectacular waterfall that only adds to its beauty. The remoteness and an incredible fishery are all highlighted by its pristine water. You can enjoy this River by camping in the state natural area or take 7 day paddle expedition down more than 47 river miles. This River is special to us and many others and it is important that we all protect our access through conservation and respect. I hope you find this info helpful throughout your planning stages.

To begin planning a trip down the Devils  click the link below