The Devils River is one of the most rugged and pristine rivers in the Southwest
U.S. Very few people get to experience the phenomenal fishing and scenery because of the guarded access. We have
access to private properties including several ranches with many miles of frontage.
The Devils River begins its
course near Ozona and Sonora, TX. It is a wet weather drainage on the upper end with no permanent pools. Farther
downstream near the ghost town of Juno, the river becomes intermittent, surfacing and disappearing beneath gravel bars.
We fish and float the navigable sections of the river. One of our floats begins at Baker's crossing and we fish
our way down to the San Pedro Ranch. The ranch has three miles of frontage on the Devils River. We have a three
bedroom, two bath cabin, with a river view. San Pedro Ranch has a beautiful riverside, shaded, pecan and oak forest.
It is surrounded by thousands of acres of rugged trans-Pecos ranchland, and is truly remote with world class beauty.
Another section we fish is twelve miles downstream of Baker's Crossing where we have access to Sycamore Canyon Ranch. This
8,700 acre property has three miles of Devils River frontage and is adjacent to the Devils River State Natural Area (Del
Norte Unit). The ranch has a river-front cabin with air conditioning and a fire place giving us a great headquarters
for staging adventures downstream. We also have a ranch at the Blue Sage area giving us a great place to launch and
take out. Our other property has ten miles of frontage and several tens of thousands of acres near the convergence of
the Devils River and Lake Amistad.
trips catch and release only with fly or artificial lures only.
Portage at Dolan Falls Devils River Texas Fly Fishing Guides
Please Scroll Down to the middle of this page for trip descriptions and prices. We
offer day trips and multi-day packages.
Will York from San Antonio Texas is pictured below landing a trophy Devils River Smallmouth Bass on topwater
Devils River Largemouth Bass on Topwater Fly, please see video below.
Devils River Helicopter tour with Expedition Outfitters
Steven Bowka, one of our guides pictured above, Devils River Fly Fishing Texas
Look for our Devils River Feature Article in Southwest Fly Fishing Magazine. Click on the link below
fully guided fly fishing package...Two days guided fishing in a 14 ft. custom whitewater raft (two clients per boat),
three nights lodging in an air conditioned ranch cabin with fireplace. Rock art tours and Jeep tours included on arrival
afternoon. We provide meals and most beverages. Cost: $1,750 per person. We only do parties of two, or four clients
with this package.
Our most popular trip: We have a fully guided fly fishing float trip we're offering in our 14 foot
deluxe rafts. This trip is based out of a 20,000 acre ranch with many miles of Devils River frontage. It offers sight
casting opportunities to trophy largemouth and smallmouth bass. These are day trips accessing the ranch for the guided
floats and returning to Del Rio each evening after the float (one hour drive). Clients are responsible for their own
lodging and evening meals. There are numerous new, clean inns at Del Rio including Holiday Inn Express, Hampton Inn,
La Quinta and others. We provide equipment, lunch, flies and drinks. Ultralight spin fishing is available too.
The cost is $400 per angler, per day (two person minimum for two days). We only have a limited amount of spots available
for this adventure. Call soon to make your reservation.
Expedition Outfitters 9751 B River Road New Braunfels, TX 78132
Kevin Stubbs and Bobby Barker scouting Devils River 28 Years ago.
Huge Devils River Carp, caught on fly, please see video below.
See the smallmouth bass video below. It was shot near the confluence of the Devils River and
See the 28" largemouth release video below. It was caught in the "Narrows Section"
of the Devils River.
See Below: Dolan Falls under flash flood recently. Due to heavy rains near Ozona, the Devils
River went from 100 cubic feet per second to 60,000 cubic feet per second in just a few hours. This is why you shouldn't
camp on islands and gravel bars in the Devils River.