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Electronics instructional trips? #13553589 05/11/20 07:17 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!


**My 2021 Goal is to fish my first crappie tourney!** Send me your advice....

1997 Nitro Savage 896, 200 HP Mercury EFI, Garmin Force, Garmin GPSMAP 1022 w/ Livescope, Garmin 93sv UHD (x2)
Re: Electronics instructional trips? [Re: ThaDudeAbides] #13557767 05/14/20 06:57 PM
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Ronnie Kelley has been doing some electronics trips (either your boat or his). He primarily guides out of Fork, but he does other lakes as well.


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