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Kayaking the South Llano River

Junction, TX, the South Llano River from 2nd Crossing to KC 150. West Texas rivers never disappoint and the South Llano is a spring-fed jewel. The 76 CFS was enough flow. Although we did bump the bottom in shallow areas, we chose our lines well and did n ...

Alex and Justin Kayak Fish Dunlap

Kayak fishing Dunlap in New Braunfels. It did not disappoint, a cool 42 degrees when we launched, that warmed to 76 degrees by afternoon. Birds sang in the trees, while hawks called us from high above. Oh yeah, a few nice fish were caught along the way. ...

TG Family Trip At Huntsville State Park

The entire TG family took time out to hike, paddle, fish, and swim at Huntsville State Park. We started the first three mornings with 2, 2+, and 3 mile hikes. Nate walked them all, celebrating his 4th birthday. Warm and humid as it was, swimming was the ...

TG’s Paddle Guadalupe River from Comfort to Waring

July 2nd, the TGs took the opportunity to run 10.6 miles of the Guadalupe River from Comfort to the Waring bridge. Fortunate to catch a small rise from upstream, the gauge read a perfect 349 CFS when we entered the river underneath the I-10 bridge. The g ...

TG’s Paddle the Blanco River

The TGs have taken advantage of the wonderful flows on the Blanco River several times this Winter and Spring. This was the run we made on May 15th, at 611 CFS. The trip was 6.8 miles long and, with the high flow, we felt like we had our kayaks on cruise ...

Mothers Day On the San Marcos River

We celebrated Mother's Day on the San Marcos River. The weather was perfect and the river had a terrific flow (258 CFS) and an even better flow after the confluence with the Blanco, which added another 1000 CFS. We set the cruise control and enjoyed. We ...

TG’s hang out at Inks Lake

The TGs spent a few days enjoying Inks Lake. The weather was a bit misty with some drizzle but, understanding kayaking is a water sport after all, we did get some paddling and casting done. Amy, with her dog Lacey, and Evelyn paddled their Native Manta ...

TG’s Paddle the Nueces River

The TGs headed West to enjoy the Nueces River. For kayaks we took a Native Manta Ray 11, Liquidlogic Manta Ray 12, and a Jackson Coosa. On Monday, Evelyn and I paddled from CR408 down to Chalk Bluff Park, where we had camp set up for two nights. It was ...

TG’s paddle the Colorado River

The TG Crew took advantage of the 70+ degree weather and ran 6.8 miles of the Colorado River from Fisherman's Park to Tahitian Village - Bastrop, TX. Birding was good as we spotted Red Shoulder Hawks, Belted Kingfishers, Teals, a Piliated Woodpecker, Co ...