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Electronics instructional trips? #13553584 05/11/20 07:13 PM
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Who would you recommend in north texas? Do they generally ride along with you on your home lake or make you come to them? what is a fair price? do they specialize in a type of fishing?

Would be interested in spending a few hours of instruction.

Helix 10 G2N on the helm
Garmin 93sv plus with livescope on the bow

Thanks!
I was also planning to post in the Electronics forum too.


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Re: Electronics instructional trips? [Re: ThaDudeAbides] #13553607 05/11/20 07:36 PM
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Check with Capt Craig. He used to give instructional trips on Richland Chambers. I took one a couple of years ago and learned a lot from him. You can find his contact info in the electronics forum, scroll down and you will see a post by him.

Re: Electronics instructional trips? [Re: M J Reeves] #13553638 05/11/20 08:12 PM
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Originally Posted by M J Reeves
Check with Capt Craig. He used to give instructional trips on Richland Chambers. I took one a couple of years ago and learned a lot from him. You can find his contact info in the electronics forum, scroll down and you will see a post by him.

thank you! i will look into this.


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Re: Electronics instructional trips? [Re: ThaDudeAbides] #13553789 05/11/20 10:33 PM
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I would get with Ernest Paty as he does a few of these and he has all of the newest gizmos you could want to learn on ... clap He posts on here quite frequently

Re: Electronics instructional trips? [Re: ThaDudeAbides] #13554076 05/12/20 02:23 AM
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Just took a Guided Trip on Lake Fork today with Cameron on our boat to learn our Livescope system we have had since Christmas. We have the 126sv.

We can HIGHLY RECOMMEND Cameron to anyone who wants to learn how to use Livescope.

Would go out with him again in a heartbeat.

Very Knowledgeable.

We started with Brush piles and the progressed to chasing single fish. Wow!

Had so much fun watching my Dad catch Crappie after Crappie.

Got a 2 man limit all fish were released today.

We used ACC 12 Foot Rods today.

We used those Bonehead Beaver Tail Plastics dipped in Spike it and Bubbas Baits Feather jigs all in 1/4 ounce.

Here is Cameron's phone number and also some pictures of a few of our fish from today.

903-850-3123

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Re: Electronics instructional trips? [Re: ThaDudeAbides] #13554077 05/12/20 02:23 AM
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Usually we ride along in your boat. doesn't really do you any good to see how we do it on our boat. Myself, Jerry Hancock, Mark Standridge, Dan Langston, Cameron Burnett. We all have thousands of hours on Livescope and can show you how to work it in your boat.

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Re: Electronics instructional trips? [Re: HOGON] #13556134 05/13/20 04:03 PM
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Originally Posted by HOGON
Just took a Guided Trip on Lake Fork today with Cameron on our boat to learn our Livescope system we have had since Christmas. We have the 126sv.

We can HIGHLY RECOMMEND Cameron to anyone who wants to learn how to use Livescope.

Would go out with him again in a heartbeat.

Very Knowledgeable.

We started with Brush piles and the progressed to chasing single fish. Wow!

Had so much fun watching my Dad catch Crappie after Crappie.

Got a 2 man limit all fish were released today.

We used ACC 12 Foot Rods today.

We used those Bonehead Beaver Tail Plastics dipped in Spike it and Bubbas Baits Feather jigs all in 1/4 ounce.

Here is Cameron's phone number and also some pictures of a few of our fish from today.

903-850-3123

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never get tired of seeing the smiles on your dad's face. thanks for the recommendation. what was his rate for the guide trip on your boat?


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