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John Harrison Guide Service

John Harrison

John has 40+ years experience on Grenada Lake. He is a slow trolling expert, but utilizes many other technics including vertical jigging. John is a member of the B'N'M pro-staff as well as a long time contender on the Crappie Master and Crappie USA tournament trails.

John would like to thank his sponsors: B'n'M Poles, War Eagle Boats, Southern Pro Lures, Drift Master Rod Holders, Minn Kota, Blakemore Road Runners, Vicious Lines, and Cannon Motors.

Years of Experience: 

Fishing Styles: 
Slow Trolling
Vertical Jigging
Lakes Serviced: 
Enid (MS)
Grenada (MS)
Sardis (MS)

Rate Information

Half Day Guide Service - $350

Full Day - $400

Contact Information

(662) 983-5999

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