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I'm not very familiar with the river area. I’m toying with the idea of going out with a guide one day this spring, just to get crash course. Can anyone recommend a good guide?

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Steve DeZurik (although he might be pool 2 only???). I cannot post contact info, but if you do an internet/google search, you'll likly find him.

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Dustin Stewart, hands down...

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First Turk Gierke then try Dustin Stewart. You could try Turk at Croixsippi guide service. He guides on Pool 4 until the St Croix opens up. I've fished with them and they are the best.

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First Turk Gierke then try Dustin Stewart. You could try Turk at Croixsippi guide service. He guides on Pool 4 until the St Croix opens up. I've fished with them and they are the best.

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Turk or Stewart would be your best bet.These guys are the top dogs on the river.Besides tims <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/confused.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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I would put Marty Hahn up against those boys as well...went out with him last spring and had a blast!!! caught fish on a slow day while no one else was catching fish...

google him as well...

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Im already booked deerwoody, but I do have an opening for monster sheepshead if your interested smirk.gif

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