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Any guides not in the tourney this weekend?


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By cls661s - Posted on 07 March 2011

I was curious if there were any guides around the Tenn-Tom who might be free, i.e. not tourney fishing. My father was coming to visit me and he wanted to head over to there and get in some (guided) crappiei. I figured some of yall might point us in the right direction.
Thanks,
-C

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Man CLS66 I can not think of a single guide not in the tournament down here on the Tenn-Tom. You know It is going to be some tough fishing if the water levels and river go as forecast.
I will keep thinking but no guides come to mind right now.

Ray

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Ray

Why is the Tenn-Tom tournament big with the crappiei guides?

Thomas,Upstate, NY

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I was afraid of that. But your right, it's gonna be a high-water mucky muddy mess this weekend. It's going to be a challenge for everybody.
Best of luck,
-C

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