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Spider the Guide?

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Is anyone familiar with a guy that goes by the name of Spider that works out of Westwinds? Does he work for Westwinds? My buddy rented a couple sleepers for our group from him for next weekend, just wondering if anyone had any info about him...

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shooter

Spider is a great guy and will find you fish. From what i have seen of his houses there are nice also.

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ozzie

yeah i know Spider.....he is a good guy and will take care of you!!! houses are good (from what I have been in) and he will definatly try to get you on fish!!! He isn't an employee of westinds that i know but he runs his houses out of westwinds and helps them out!!!

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Air99x

Spider is a great guy!!!! He will put you on fish, and his houses are top notch!!

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ArcticCat21

Air99x is right Spider will put you on the fish!!!

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Mo Gator

Awesome! Thanks for the replies guys!

Does anyone have his phone #? I need to get a hold of him and my buddy who made the reservations is out of town...Or does he have a name for his service so I could look him up? Thanks!

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ozzie

call westwinds and they will give you his contact info..... Spider Johnson(?) i believe that is his last name.....

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chris3

Please don't use his last name on forum or anywhere else as it embarrasses the rest of us with the same surname.

Thank you,

"his extended family"

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ozzie

classic!!!

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TMT

Does Spider have a website? or email?

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chris3

I can say this with a straight face and no joking aside. Spider has no Idea what email or a website is.

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ozzie

I was gonna say the same thing!!!! grin.gif

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