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Hello,

I'm looking for a fishing guide for the St. Criox. Can anyone recommend a couple? What are the prices?

My wife asked me what I wanted for father's day and this is it, to learn more about fishing..............assuming it's not to expensive. Thanks

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Dude.. just go forthe best! One of our prostaff is a guide out there. Look up Turk at Croixsippi guide service!

Croixsippi Fishing Guide Service

http://croixsippi.com/

715-377-0006

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was just lookin and that link goes to a rod company

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I would stop by blue ribbon bait in Oakdale (Century and Stillwater road) and get a card from Josh for "the Grizz", he knows the rivers well... and I'm betting he's not too expensive.

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Quote:

was just lookin and that link goes to a rod company


Add a "www." before "croixsippi.com"

Oops, Harvey beat me.

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ok, thanks for the tips. I've contact both Croixsippi and mighty musky, but now how do I decide? What do you look for in a guide? I'm chasing walleye or smallies so who would be better, Turk vs. Josh?

I don't want to make this a competition but I DO want to have the best 8 hours I possibly can. Thanks.

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Can't speak personally about him but read alot of his reports in the St. Croix forums and he knows how to catch em on the Croix.....Turk would be my choice.

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Turk.

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Agreed, Turk. smile.gif

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Thank you everyone for your suggestions. I have contacted Turk and am in the process of setting up the exact date. Thanks again, I'll let you know how the fishing was. KB

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