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Lake Whitney Guide #13245170 08/12/19 08:04 PM
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Do any of you know of a guide on Lake Whitney that is specific to largemouth? I know there are several guides for stripers but haven't seen any guiding for largemouth. I would like to learn the lake a little better this fall if there is one. One day with a knowledgeable guide is like 20 trips by yourself in my experience.

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Re: Lake Whitney Guide [Re: Dad2rlkm] #13245207 08/12/19 08:42 PM
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I would contact Clay Yadon, with Reel Deal Striper Guide Service, 817-219-3707. He is a striper guide but has guided on the lake for years and will probably know if there is a bass guide on the lake.

Re: Lake Whitney Guide [Re: Dad2rlkm] #13245247 08/12/19 09:29 PM
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I had Don Harper build me a lake chip for my Lowrance. Caught a big one my first day out.....
Cheaper than a guide and I have 20 QUALITY spots. Just another option to think about. Just tell him not to give up my spots!!


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Originally Posted by ToasterWEyes
I had Don Harper build me a lake chip for my Lowrance. Caught a big one my first day out.....
Cheaper than a guide and I have 20 QUALITY spots. Just another option to think about. Just tell him not to give up my spots!!


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Re: Lake Whitney Guide [Re: Dad2rlkm] #13245485 08/13/19 12:44 AM
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Originally Posted by ToasterWEyes
I had Don Harper build me a lake chip for my Lowrance. Caught a big one my first day out.....
Cheaper than a guide and I have 20 QUALITY spots. Just another option to think about. Just tell him not to give up my spots!!

I did the same thing. I'm a fan of Mr. Harper. The man has probably forgotten more about bass fishing than I will ever know.

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