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Looking for recommendations for a good guide to hopefully build a long term relationship with to do an annual trip or more for tarpon in the U.S. Thinking about the Keys, but am frankly not married to a location. Thanks for any guidance or suggestions in advance.
 

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Looking for recommendations for a good guide to hopefully build a long term relationship with to do an annual trip or more for tarpon in the U.S. Thinking about the Keys, but am frankly not married to a location. Thanks for any guidance or suggestions in advance.
Don Gable and Ryan Erickson out of Key West are good hardworking dudes with brand new Chittums
 

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Looking for recommendations for a good guide to hopefully build a long term relationship with to do an annual trip or more for tarpon in the U.S. Thinking about the Keys, but am frankly not married to a location. Thanks for any guidance or suggestions in advance.
Got to put a plug in for my son Adam DeBruin redhookfishing.com He is in mid keys and does trips into the park as well.
 

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just a word of advice most the good guides in the keys have standing bookings during tarpon season especially for good dates.. so sometimes its hard to get a stretch of days with the same guide unless a client basically dies or gives up days.. in those cases often a waiting list
 

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If you want to give the Forgotten coast a try, Brett Martina,Christian Jergens and David Mangum. They have regular clients just like Keys guides, but something can become open. Homasassa, good luck. Mike Sorrels might be open.
 
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