I had to do a re-upload of our 3 day Devils River trip. Apparently where we stayed night 2 was not on the river gradient so be careful.
A few of the folks from W.E.T headed down to the Devil’s River located in Southwest Texas. We took I-10 about 10 miles past Kerrville to Hwy 41 West. About 1.5 to 2 hours later we made it to our outfitters, Amistad Expeditions. A week before the trip we received a generous amount of rain which made for easy paddling with basically no scraping. This river is one of the most desolate, and clear rivers in Texas with great rapids, waterfalls, and great large and small-mouth fishing. With almost 100% of the land surrounding the river being private, finding a luxury camping spot can be difficult. Two paddle-in campsites are available on the west bank of the Devils River in Val Verde County but are $5 a person. Mile 12 at 29.90534, -101.044391 and mile 20 at 29.828833, – 101.025809. All other camping must be done on the river gradient boundary or islands.
A big thanks to @tx_river_junkie for basically being the river guide.
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