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Old 01-03-2015, 03:34 PM
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Default Everglades Guide for Bass

I'm having a hard time locating a fly fishing guide that for bass fishing in the Everglades. There seem to be quite a few guides in south Florida, but most seem focused on salt or other tackle. I'd love to have a few suggestions.
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Default Re: Everglades Guide for Bass

I'll bet that if you called Dr. Frank Ogden at the Bonita Beach Veternaria clinic in Bonita Springs Florida he could tell you . When I was the G.Loomis Rep (before Shimano) he was my pro staffer for that area and could probably give you a few names.

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Jack probably has a better option, but I was listening to this Itinerant Angler podcast the other day that you might be interested in:

Podcast: The Everglades with Capt. Mark Giacobba
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Default Re: Everglades Guide for Bass

Roland Martin or is it Jimmy Houston...well one of them has a fishing camp IN THE 'Glades...he has numerous guides there...might take a shot that route
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Roland had a camp or should I say large marina in Clewiston but it changed hands into his wife's name a long time ago.

It's still there just past Angler's Marina
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Look up capt. Shane Procell, very good bass guide in the everglades. He will also put you on numerous exotics species as well as peacock bass
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I'll let you know who what we learn after the trip. Thanks for the info.
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