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CrappieClint
01-10-2009, 02:42 PM
I assume there are several full and part time fishing guides on here. What insurance companies do you guys have? Do you reccomend them? How would I contact them? I have a part time guide business and can't afford to pay a bunch. Thanks

cook
01-11-2009, 07:20 AM
Try calling your homeowners ins. and asking them to point you in the right direction.

Jerry Blake
01-11-2009, 09:02 AM
Send Jim Concidine an email - texasbluesdog@hotmail.com. He sold me a policy from Seahorse Underwriters that saved me some money from what I was paying with another company. I've never had a claim though (knock-on-wood) so I don't really know how good of insurance it is.

Cane Pole
01-11-2009, 09:24 AM
Mr Blake. I considered doing some guide work after I retired. I got the BS part down pretty good, and occasionally find a fish or two.

After reviewing the insurance and liability, I opted out. I personally have too much to loose if something bad happened. I guess part of it is paranoia on my part, especially with every other ad on TV stars lawyer Corey P. Trotz. He wants to spread the wealth.

See you at the show.