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sheephead24

bear paw guide service

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has anyone on here used their sleepers? what resort do they go out of? good experience? Thanks

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I have used their sleepers they were decent and people came and checked on us regularly. I think they go out of West Wind but I can't remember. The fishing is usually good with this guide service and I enjoyed myself when I went

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We've been using Steve and Bearpaw for years, great service everytime! We usually stay in one of his cabins but he's usually out of West Wind.

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i have used them before.all i can say is i never went back there for certain reasons.and no it wasnt cause of a bad fishing trip.

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ive used them many times, have always been on fish, sleepers are nice. Steve and tyler will help with anything they can.(they might even pull you out of the snow) ;)they use west winds access.

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