Benny's Crappie Guide Service

Benny's Crappie Guide Service NO LONGER IN BUSINESS
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About Benny's Crappie Guide Service

  |  Justin, TX, US | Views (15217)

My name is Benny Dabney and I have been fishing Texas lakes for forty years, primarily Grapevine, Ray Roberts and Lake Lewisville. I'm an All Season crappie guide, fishing creeks and timber from early fall thru winter into spring, and deep water brush in the heat of summer.

Fishing for crappie is all I do: it has been a lifelong passion and I find it a privilege to pass on the knowledge and enjoyment I have gained over the years. Jig fishing is my specialty but I will use live bait if you request it.

I'm available 7 days a week for half and full day trips and all trips will include all rods & tackle needed for a Fun Filled Day of Fishing and bringing in the Big Ones! All you will need to bring is food and drinks for the day, and don't forget the sun block! Your catch will be cleaned and bagged and ready for you to put on ice to take home and enjoy.



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By Seamus on 7/1/2017 6:36:21 AM • Views (769)
Getting fish out on brush piles and condos in deeper water with some girls still with eggs. The size of the fish are improving. 14 to 24 ft deep and hitting jigs. Slab Bandits in sour grape is my go to bait and has been for the past 4 years. The lak...

By Seamus on 5/27/2017 7:06:10 PM • Views (799)
It's been a bit of a tough time for me the past few years from drought to floods not to mention a pretty bad health scare for me but it's time to get back full time guiding. Summer is the most consistent fishing of the year with 50 to 100+...

By Seamus on 5/9/2014 8:05:08 AM • Views (460)
Springtime spawn is still active on Lakes Grapevine Lewisville and Ray Roberts. Crappie are up in the shallows and holding around timber and boat slips.Warmer temps have helped improve the bite and #s should only increase.Summer pattern of holding i...

By Seamus on 10/25/2013 10:40:51 PM • Views (425)
The lakes are low causing most piles to be to shallow this summer but with the cooler water temps they are starting to produce more and more fish with the quality of the fish improving greatly.

By Seamus on 10/24/2012 7:12:26 PM • Views (366)
Had an interview with Lonestar Outdoor News! Check out the article on the front page here: http://tinyurl.com/8nzxy8r

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