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We all know what makes a good fishing guide. He gets you on fish and takes carry of you so you have the best trip fishing trip in a life time
But what make a bad fishing guide. I have heard many people say, that guy should not be guiding . But they never really say what was bad about the trip.
For those that hired a guide in the last few years ,tell the readers what you found that made your trip bad , saying he should not be guiding .
 

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I think there are many things which can be very bad for your fishing. To improve your fishing, you must do a few things. First Please arrive on time. Many rods come with ceramic guides, and hooking trebles on the inside of a guide can cause the ceramic to chip. The chipped guide is not discovered until a large fish takes out some line and the monofilament or braided monofilament cuts clean. Don't hook your lure on your rod's inside guide. When the fisherman in the bow is hammering fish, complications can emerge. Drift boats are built to float high in the water and drift as close to the pace of the stream as feasible. They are far more delicate than a 23-foot sea craft with twin outboards, even though they won't tip over. To maintain balance, it's crucial to remain in the knee locks. However, some fishermen become ecstatic when they spot numerous trout rising, witness a large brown consuming hoppers, or hook a fish.
 
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