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Old 05-04-2012, 03:32 PM
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Originally Posted by HuskerFlyFisher View Post
totally understand that everyone's job can get old, but guiding is an entertainment business as much as anything.
You hit the nail right on the head...
Guiding is more about customer service than actually catching fish and if someone doesn't recognize this, they are in the wrong business IMHO. Even the most skilled guides are unlikely going to be able to produce every single time they take someone out. However, if the client still has an enjoyable and memorable experience, then you at least stand a chance at repeat patronage in the future. Doesn't sound like that happened here...

Sorry to hear things didn't live up to your expectations but don't necessarily shy away from hiring a guide as it can often be a very rewarding and informative experience. Now, on the other hand, just fishing along side some of the folks on this forum can also be a rewarding and informative experience as well. Just sayin'...

Tight Lines,

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