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Old 05-22-2020, 10:56 PM   #751
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What Lake are you guiding on? I’m from Matagorda, Wednesday’s are my days off.
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I can do Palestine. Fork. Tawakoni or pines. Palestine is gonna be the closest to you. I have folks drive from Houston and meet me about 9-930 and we fish and they go home that night sometimes. Wednesday’s are a great day for me. Momma doesn’t go to work till late
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Old 05-23-2020, 06:50 AM   #752
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Heck yeah! He looks dried out in that picture!!

Even got Craig in the background!
Yea, he eventually dried out...it took a while for me to stop laughing so that I could pull him back in the boat LOL! He is definitely a good fisherman and a great sidekick but graceful he is not! I was proud he didn’t let go of his rod and didn’t lose his sunglasses or flip flops 🤣 Craig loaded right behind us and Clay was just before us.

Saltwater Stalker that is actually the worst fish cleaning station on Palestine...it could be improved with some rock, it’s a mud hole around it. The villages is better (you don’t have to haul off the guts there) and I have heard there is one up north at Westbury Landing that is even better.
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Old 05-23-2020, 07:09 PM   #753
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I booked a guided trip with Slew for my son's graduation. We went to Lake Fork, but delayed the trip for an hour to let some thunderstorms pass by before launching. The forecast called for 8-10 mph, but we had 15-20 mph all day. Because of the high winds, he wasn't able to fish where he had planned to. We culled most crappie that were shorter than 12" and still cleaned about 47. Todd's a great guy, and he definitely knows how to find and catch crappie. We fished standing timber using Garmin Livescope, which is awesome. We were glad to be in his sweet Ranger, it handled the white caps and rollers great. Logan and I are both fried, we used sun screen, but should have reapplied it several more times during the day. Anyone looking for a crappie guide in NE TX should contact Todd.

I'll post a picture or two from my laptop, since I don't have Tap-a-crap Pro anymore.

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Old 05-23-2020, 08:07 PM   #754
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Here are a few pictures. As you can see both Logan and I have not been able to get haircuts since the Covid-19 junk a couple of months ago.
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Old 05-23-2020, 09:25 PM   #755
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Got enough for a small fish fry this time.
Pontoon boats are thick as the hair on a dogs back right now. I'm praying most of them boys dont know how to fish cause if they do crappie are gonna be endangered.

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Old 05-24-2020, 06:35 PM   #756
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I booked a guided trip with Slew for my son's graduation. We went to Lake Fork, but delayed the trip for an hour to let some thunderstorms pass by before launching. The forecast called for 8-10 mph, but we had 15-20 mph all day. Because of the high winds, he wasn't able to fish where he had planned to. We culled most crappie that were shorter than 12" and still cleaned about 47. Todd's a great guy, and he definitely knows how to find and catch crappie. We fished standing timber using Garmin Livescope, which is awesome. We were glad to be in his sweet Ranger, it handled the white caps and rollers great. Logan and I are both fried, we used sun screen, but should have reapplied it several more times during the day. Anyone looking for a crappie guide in NE TX should contact Todd.

I'll post a picture or two from my laptop, since I don't have Tap-a-crap Pro anymore.

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Thanks again! Hope y’all enjoy your fish fry tomorrow! Beat up on some lake Fork crappie again on today’s trip. Looking forward to sleeping in tomorrow and cooking ribs! The wind was a repeat of yesterday almost! March winds in May!! Dang! Them little Richland chambers crappie better look out next weekend
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Old 05-24-2020, 06:48 PM   #757
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Here are a few pictures. As you can see both Logan and I have not been able to get haircuts since the Covid-19 junk a couple of months ago.

Man! I can't believe how much Logan has grown!


And I wouldn't have recognized ya with that long hair Keith.
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