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#11587318 - 05/06/16 02:23 PM Navigating Trip and Trout
Double R's Offline

Registered: 10/08/15
Posts: 39
I've wrote it and wrote it but I'm Still finding trout in about three feet of water over mud and shell. They seem to be loving the popping cork. I was recently approached about running some navigating trips by a few different gentlemen. I thought about it and decided, sure what the heck! Excitedly I ran the first one and we mapped a few good trails and ideal fishing locations on his GPS, we also couldn't resist wetting a line and were able to pick up some healthy trout to make this gentleman a good meal.
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#11588579 - 05/07/16 11:59 AM Re: Navigating Trip and Trout [Re: Double R's]
capt grumpy Offline
Pro Angler

Registered: 09/14/06
Posts: 953
Loc: west tx
That sounds like a good idea, I wish more guides would do this. I have pushed my boat of sand bars to many times plus I am getting to old for that now.

#11595321 - 05/10/16 08:31 PM Re: Navigating Trip and Trout [Re: Double R's]
Captain Nathan Beabout Offline

Registered: 01/10/16
Posts: 287
Loc: Seadrift, Tx
Navigational trips are a great idea. I have been running them for several years now. Every year there are to many boating accidents, and as a professional guide, I felt it a good way to keep the new comers to our water or this sport, just a little safer. That is a good thing you are doing.


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