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Thread: Going to start a high end guide service- north America wide

  1. #11
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    RE: Going to start a high end guide service- north America wide

    I am in. I will buy a tux and a tea set. Got this one covered.
    www.frvmuskie.com

    Which end is the sucker on?

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    RE: Going to start a high end guide service- north America wide

    >>Master Troller???????
    >>
    >>I dont hace the experience you have but I did serve on a
    >>charter boat with "union" maritime
    >>I started out has un 'apprentice' baiter but after
    >spending
    >>many days out at sea I quickly became a "MASTER
    >>BAITER",,,do you have any opportunities?????????

    That will happen when you've been out to sea too long....I am pretty good myself at jerkin' wood though.

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    RE: Going to start a high end guide service- north America wide

    You know, I hate to say it but the guy might be onto something. Think about it, what product or service hasn't been franchised these days? Why not try it with a national guide service that's targeted to the local waters across the country?

    Yep, it sucks a ton but I could see it happening.

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    RE: Going to start a high end guide service- north America wide

    My advice for anyone signing up for this is to be very careful. I was involved in a similar venture until we all got outsourced to India. I should have known something was up when I saw the "Made In China" label on my boat and it had "Rainger" on the side.

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    RE: Going to start a high end guide service- north America wide

    Thanks for all your messages. I will be back with more information shortly.

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    RE: Going to start a high end guide service- north America wide

    The high end guide service has allready been done many times. My brother-inlaw has a friend that only guides people that fly in from Asia. He picks them up at the airport and takes them Muskie fishing or out to BC salmon fishing or to the east coast for Atlantic salmon. Canoeing in Algonquin Park or anything they want to experience.Mostly fly fishing including the muskies. He has many repeats and is allways booked.

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    RE: Going to start a high end guide service- north America wide

    Prestige Worldwide Guide Service? Boats and Ho's!

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    RE: Going to start a high end guide service- north America wide

    >Prestige Worldwide Guide Service? Boats and Ho's!


    CA-Lassic. lmao

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    RE: Going to start a high end guide service- north America wide

    "Dale, stop being so confrontational"
    "I'm not the one staring at me"

    "You've seen me at a 6, you don't want to see me at a 10"

    "I used ninja focus to slow my heart rate"



    About the high end guide service, if you are serious, make sure you know all of the downfalls of such an endeavor. Many a good musky fisherman have tried and failed. Still, if you do go for, good luck and I wish you the best.

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