Apparently we aren’t the only ones in love with the Dos Rios area. Texas Monthly recently ran a piece highlighting the rugged beauty of the Dos Rios hill country.  We’re happy to help set up a kayaking / fly fishing trips down the mighty Llano River.

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From Texas Monthly:

Section RR 2389 (James River Crossing, known locally as Dos Rios) to Simonsville Road (Martin’s Crossing), near Mason 
Difficulty Moderate
Length and duration 6.5 miles, 2–4 hours
Best bet for parking Dos Rios
Resources Fishing guides Marcus Rodriguez and Johnny Quiroz, of Guides of Texas
Reward yourself Try the homemade Mexican food at Santos Taqueria, in Mason.

“Want confirmation that Texas is the best place on earth to live? Then drift down this section of the Llano on a warm day when the river is running and the fish are biting. After you pass the few houses on the south bank at the beginning of the trip, you glide through broad views of open ranchland covered with the classic Hill Country mix of yucca, cactus, oak, and cedar. The sun sparkles on water that splashes over the boulders lying in the shallow rapids and glints off high red bluffs.”

Continue Reading at: Texas Monthly

Llano River Bluffs

Fly-fishing, kayaking, tubing, canoeing, hiking (and of course relaxing) are just a few of the highlights of the Dos Rios. Come check us out for yourselves!

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