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Beaumont area largemouth guide? #13444834 02/19/20 09:30 PM
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Hello, is there anybody that might know a good guide for largemouth in the Beaumont area? Will be around mid March, dont know if thats too early, but hope theres a chance. Thank you for your time.

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Re: Beaumont area largemouth guide? [Re: Frankaxlerod] #13444868 02/19/20 10:01 PM
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Are you specifically wanting to fish the brackish backwaters and rivers around Beaumont or just something in the area? You can be at Rayburn in 1.5HRS from Beaumont and that would be my recommendation. Gleason, Clark Rheem or Brian Barnum.

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Or head down to Sabine Lake and get into some redfish. It'll change your life.


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