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By BuckIsland Rick - Posted on 08 February 2011

Hello,

My name is Rick. I live in Guntersville, Al and have been fishing for Crappie pretty much all my life. Have gotten away from fishing due to the golf bug. I have 4 young grandsons and have decided to get back to fishing with them in hope of teaching them something about fishing since I am not very good at the golfing. I am looking forward to finding good tips here to help me with my goal providing good times with my fishing "buckoos". I understand fishing Guntersville Lake can be tuff at times. I will need all the help anyone can send my way.

Thanks for any tips,

Rick

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Hey Rick welcome to the site. You will find some very nice and helpful fishermen here. Thanks for joining us.

Ray

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