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Postby FishH2o » Tue Sep 10, 2013 1:34 pm

I just moved here from the Texas gulf coast. I grew up duck and goose hunting in Katy Texas but I have recently moved to Tampa. I would like to fine a guide here in central Florida for early season and season hunting. If you have a suggestions please let me know.

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Re: Guide

Postby tmclaimerFL » Thu Sep 12, 2013 4:27 pm

FishH2o wrote:I just moved here from the Texas gulf coast. I grew up duck and goose hunting in Katy Texas but I have recently moved to Tampa. I would like to fine a guide here in central Florida for early season and season hunting. If you have a suggestions please let me know.

Thanks.

Welcome to FL. I also live in Tampa. Why do you want a guided hunt?
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Re: Guide

Postby FishH2o » Fri Sep 13, 2013 8:18 am

tmclaimerFL wrote:
FishH2o wrote:I just moved here from the Texas gulf coast. I grew up duck and goose hunting in Katy Texas but I have recently moved to Tampa. I would like to fine a guide here in central Florida for early season and season hunting. If you have a suggestions please let me know.

Thanks.

Welcome to FL. I also live in Tampa. Why do you want a guided hunt?


Mainly just to show me the ropes around florida.

I've scouted out a few places last weekend and im going to go this weekend to a few other places and look around. It would be nice to have someone to help get you in the right direction.
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Re: Guide

Postby whaknstak » Fri Sep 13, 2013 9:04 am

If you want someone to show you the ropes, you need a friend not a guide. A guide will charge you 200 bucks for a four hour hunt in one area and then leave until you pay him again. A local that you can pair up with is much more valuable and much more bang for your a buck. I have met many friends on this board, and its a great way to get to know like minded folks close to you. I would hit up some Tampa guys, chip in some gas or breakfast money and hunt. Least that's how we do it round here.
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Re: Guide

Postby tmclaimerFL » Fri Sep 13, 2013 9:45 am

FishH2o wrote:
tmclaimerFL wrote:
FishH2o wrote:I just moved here from the Texas gulf coast. I grew up duck and goose hunting in Katy Texas but I have recently moved to Tampa. I would like to fine a guide here in central Florida for early season and season hunting. If you have a suggestions please let me know.

Thanks.

Welcome to FL. I also live in Tampa. Why do you want a guided hunt?


Mainly just to show me the ropes around florida.

I've scouted out a few places last weekend and im going to go this weekend to a few other places and look around. It would be nice to have someone to help get you in the right direction.

Where in Tampa are you?
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Re: Guide

Postby FishH2o » Fri Sep 13, 2013 10:17 am

tmclaimerFL wrote:
FishH2o wrote:
tmclaimerFL wrote:
FishH2o wrote:I just moved here from the Texas gulf coast. I grew up duck and goose hunting in Katy Texas but I have recently moved to Tampa. I would like to fine a guide here in central Florida for early season and season hunting. If you have a suggestions please let me know.

Thanks.

Welcome to FL. I also live in Tampa. Why do you want a guided hunt?


Mainly just to show me the ropes around florida.

I've scouted out a few places last weekend and im going to go this weekend to a few other places and look around. It would be nice to have someone to help get you in the right direction.

Where in Tampa are you?



I live in Oldsmar right at the top of tamapa bay.
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Re: Guide

Postby tmclaimerFL » Fri Sep 13, 2013 10:55 am

FishH2o wrote:
tmclaimerFL wrote:
FishH2o wrote:
tmclaimerFL wrote:
FishH2o wrote:I just moved here from the Texas gulf coast. I grew up duck and goose hunting in Katy Texas but I have recently moved to Tampa. I would like to fine a guide here in central Florida for early season and season hunting. If you have a suggestions please let me know.

Thanks.

Welcome to FL. I also live in Tampa. Why do you want a guided hunt?


Mainly just to show me the ropes around florida.

I've scouted out a few places last weekend and im going to go this weekend to a few other places and look around. It would be nice to have someone to help get you in the right direction.

Where in Tampa are you?



I live in Oldsmar right at the top of tamapa bay.

I'm just to the east of you over in Carrollwood
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Re: Guide

Postby FishH2o » Fri Sep 13, 2013 11:10 am

I used to work at Dale Maybury and Gunn.. Carolwood Deli is a great sandwhich if you get hungry.
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