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Any suggestions on good guides or clubs near the Dallas area? I'd like the drive to be no more than around an hour, but need some good spots. This is my first year duck hunting since I was younger, so I figured getting out with some guides for my first few hunts might be the best approach to get back into the swing of things.
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PM this guy, he is a guide (I believe) and sponsors the site.memberlist.php?mode=viewprofile&u=53615
He is about an hour north of you.http://www.swampnastyinc.com
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I highly recommend JJ from this outfit, http://www.kentoutdoors.com/
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i highly recommend JJ
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Jeff Elders at Silver Creek Guide service in weatherford is who I would recomend in that area.
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JJ hands down, but he is probably already booked up for this season...
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