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Looking for guide recommendations.

kamufc2's picture

By kamufc2 - Posted on 17 October 2013

My father and I are looking to go on a guided fishing trip on Reelfoot in late March or early April and we are looking for guided recommendations.

Ray's picture

You can try John Woods. even though he does not advertise for Reelfoot is is his home lake and he will guide there as well.
Dewayne is a good guide as well.
There is also Ronnie Capps but could be tough to book with Ronnie due to his schedule.


dorena's picture

Patrick Johnson. My brother used him and he works for Tennessee conservation at Reelfoot. He knows where all the fish are bedded. I have never used him but I probably will this spring. I have his card and his # is (731) 234-2114. I am sure there are other good guides but this is the one I know about. Hope this helps

mike b

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