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Lake Fork guide #13905257 02/28/21 02:25 PM
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Interested in hiring a guide for 2 eight year old's that are experienced anglers. They are very capable of throwing
either casting or spinning rods and are used to fishing all day.
Dad's would follow guide boat but stay back, just be in the vicinity. This is about the boys.

The date would be Saturday March 13, 2021 on Lake Fork.
I understand this is late to book, but we thought we would give it a try.

Thanks

Moritz Chevrolet - 9101 Camp Bowie W Blvd, Fort Worth, TX - Monte Coon (817) 696-2003
Re: Lake Fork guide [Re: skeeterokc] #13905292 02/28/21 03:09 PM
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Lance Vick or Zach Hughes, I’d bet they are both booked solid.

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Eric Wright or Jason Conn for the win.

Eric is just a big kid himself. (Still a great stick) I've heard from multiple people that carried youngsters with him and the feedback was excellent.
Jason is just a hammer and all around good guy. He also has a good rep for dealing with young fishermen.

Re: Lake Fork guide [Re: skeeterokc] #13905388 02/28/21 04:47 PM
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Eric Wright for sure he is great with the kids like txduckhunter said he's just a big kid himself but a great stick and awesome guy


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Re: Lake Fork guide [Re: skeeterokc] #13905669 02/28/21 08:06 PM
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I’d think looking for a bad weather day around then where someone might cancel, the good guides are booked way in advance.

Re: Lake Fork guide [Re: skeeterokc] #13905709 02/28/21 08:40 PM
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Zach Hughes or Eric Wright

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Try James Caldemeyer. He’s probably booked but he would be my first call.



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Originally Posted by Sinkey
Zach Hughes or Eric Wright


x2 for EW, you won't be disappointed


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Maybe one that’s really good at live-scope?
Jk kinda, but those guys mentioned are great and so is Richie White-works well with kids.

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Randy Oldfield is a wonderful guide!!! Plus you get to ride in a Bullet XRS!!
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I’ll add Justin Margraves to the list.

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Spoke with Eric Wright, he was booked on that date but was kind enough to suggest a few other guides.
Enjoyed talking to Eric and hopefully we will be able to use him in the future.

All the guides we talked to were booked (we new it was a long shot) so we are aborting that plan.

I do have a question:
In this situation when our 8 year old's are on the guide boat and we are following them (just in the general vicinity, to keep an eye on our kids).
Do you think a trail boat fee should be charged?



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Originally Posted by skeeterokc
Spoke with Eric Wright, he was booked on that date but was kind enough to suggest a few other guides.
Enjoyed talking to Eric and hopefully we will be able to use him in the future.

All the guides we talked to were booked (we new it was a long shot) so we are aborting that plan.

I do have a question:
In this situation when our 8 year old's are on the guide boat and we are following them (just in the general vicinity, to keep an eye on our kids).
Do you think a trailer boat fee should be charged?

Yes.



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Originally Posted by skeeterokc
Spoke with Eric Wright, he was booked on that date but was kind enough to suggest a few other guides.
Enjoyed talking to Eric and hopefully we will be able to use him in the future.

All the guides we talked to were booked (we new it was a long shot) so we are aborting that plan.

I do have a question:
In this situation when our 8 year old's are on the guide boat and we are following them (just in the general vicinity, to keep an eye on our kids).
Do you think a trailer boat fee should be charged?




Yes. 100%.


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