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Best fishin guides #13744632 10/26/20 09:11 PM
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Iā€™m putting together a list of the best fishing guides Texas has to offer. If you have a service you would like to recommend please submit their name and or contact info. Any body of water in Texas.
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Re: Best fishin guides [Re: Quackhead HFD] #13744635 10/26/20 09:14 PM
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Lake Ray Roberts Dannie Golden www.get-bit.com

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Lake Fork Eric Wright 9727577947


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Re: Best fishin guides [Re: Quackhead HFD] #13745032 10/27/20 03:53 AM
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Caddo - Randy Deaver 318-349-2999 and Paul Keith 318-455-3437. Both men know the lake well and will put you on the fish. Randy is a great instructor for less experienced anglers as well. I'm sure Paul is as well, but I've seen Randy work with a newbie.

Re: Best fishin guides [Re: Quackhead HFD] #13745083 10/27/20 11:23 AM
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I second Danny.

Been out with probably 10-15 guides fresh and salt water and he is hands down the best.


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I've been out with Dannie a few times and he's outstanding.

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Been out with David Ozzio multiple times both on Fork and other east Texas lakes. Been out with James Biggs on my local lake in DFW. Learned everything I know from them and I went from barely being able to throw a spinner to being able to catch (not just fish) on just about everything. Both are very good teachers. I went from catching maybe 1 5+ a year to catching 8 6+ this year and another 10 in the 5-6 range. Still looking for my DD, but I've just been bass fishing for 5 years.

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3rd for Dannie Golden - best 5 went for 43.88 pounds with him in 2018. Heck of a day.

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Re: Best fishin guides [Re: Quackhead HFD] #13745737 10/27/20 07:17 PM
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I'll second the vote for David Ozzio.


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Cut with her golden oars the silver stream,
And greedily devour the treacherous bait.
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Originally Posted by davidsears
Lake Ray Roberts Dannie Golden www.get-bit.com

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Re: Best fishin guides [Re: Quackhead HFD] #13745778 10/27/20 08:00 PM
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I've gone out with guides that put you on fish and tell you where to cast and what to throw. Those are great trips too. Jason Conn on Fork does a great job.
But i've also been out with James Biggs. He teaches you to catch fish when he's not around. His 2hr class before ever getting on the water is invaluable. I learned to
pattern fish and i've used what i've learned from him on 5 different lakes. Worth every dollar i spent[b][/b]

Re: Best fishin guides [Re: reeltexan] #13745791 10/27/20 08:07 PM
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Originally Posted by reeltexan

I'll second the vote for David Ozzio.


If yall know David so well, I'd expect you could spell his name correctly.

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search for a list of lake fork guides posted by Cameron on here a few times. itll give you many names and numbers.

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The old timers here on Fork are the best on Fork. (they know all the secrets). McCarty was up for the Hall of Fame and Stevenson is already in it. The new guys are great but as in the past, you better know the difference between a great marketer and a great fisherman.


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Re: Best fishin guides [Re: JIM SR.] #13746210 10/28/20 01:58 AM
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Originally Posted by JIM SR.
Originally Posted by reeltexan

I'll second the vote for David Ozzio.


If yall know David so well, I'd expect you could spell his name correctly.

You are correct. One z. Ozio. And yes, I know him well but suck at spelling.

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