The Devils River is one you hear whispers about in this part of the fly fishing world: mysterious, hard to reach, difficult. One of those river’s you want to fish someday.
Here’s YETI’s introduction to the river and their video
The Devils River runs through the middle-of-nowhere Texas. Paddle trips require a two-hour drive to hit water and then it’s 47.7 miles of slow-moving pools, quick rapids, and some of the most pristine fishing in the Lone Star State. Join fly-fishing guide Alvin Dedeaux and tournament fisher Miles Burghoff as they take on the Devils River and connect over their shared love of angling.