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Kirk Armstrong 
"Armstrong Outfitters Professional Guide Service"

940-321-2757 ~ 817-821-5407 mobile


Now accepting major credit cards and PayPal for Guided Trips on Lake Lewisville.

See information and pricing below.

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Un-official Lake Lewisville, Texas Line class Record!
Flathead Catfish 25.34 pounds,
All Star 7 foot Titanium Rod, Medalist Spinning Reel and 10 lb Supreme line

Joel,

Not sure which part of my gear was responsible for landing this monster but as an avid bass angler I have come to know that when fishing anything can and will happen. Using my AST864S AllStar titanium spinning rod & Pflueger Medalist spinning Reel, I have been catching several nice bass while competeing in a local "Working Mans" tournament circuit each week. The "Arkie Spider Jig" I have been using on 10 lb Super Tough Shakespeare Supreme line has been a great match of well balanced gear and this past Saturday I proved it.

While casting to 15 feet of water off rocks I worked my Spider Jig slowly and expected that signature thump. After my third cast at a new spot I felt just that set the hook and held on for a thirty minute ride. At first I thought I may even beat Kevin Van Dams recent E-50 Tournament Lake record until I felt the fish rolling the way a big cat does. I was apprehensive about even getting the fish into the boat after the first ten minutes because I have hooked many big fish like this before on light line only to be diss-appointed by break offs when they "roll."

This big cat was no match for the gear I had that day....the drag was perfect the rod held up well and the line had nary a mark on it when the fish finally hit the net! My arm stayed sore for two days! I just wanted to take this time to tell you thanks for the sponsorship and thanks even more for the quality products from rod to reel to line. Rest assurred I am proud to use them!

Sincerely, Kirk R. Armstrong
Shakespeare Pro Staff
Corinth, TX
www.bucketmouth.com

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Photos Courtesy of Mike Reddick


Pro Profiles
Kirk Armstrong

kirk07.GIF Kirk Armstrong of Armstrong Outfitters Professional Guide Service has been in the guide business since 1991.Kirk has 25 years of fishing and boating experience with 12 years fishing Ray Roberts. Kirk is a fully licensed and insured fishing guide who fishes out of a Champion DC Elite with a Mercury 225 EFI Outboard.Kirk has fished Ray Roberts since it opened in 1989 and has over 15 years as an experienced tournament angler.

Greg Reedy

greg1.JPG Greg Reedy of Armstrong Outfitters Professional Guide Service has been in the guide business since 1995. Greg has 35 years of fishing and boating experience, plus 20 years of tournament angling expertise. He has been fishing Ray Roberts since it opened in 1989. Greg is a fully licensed and insured fishing guide. He fishes out of a Champion DC Elite with a Mercury 300 EFI Outboard. Greg is a full-time guide, and is a PADI certified diver.

Besides Ray Roberts, Kirk and Greg guide on Squaw Creek, Lewisville and other surrounding lakes on special request. They provide all of the equipment. Lunch and non-alcoholic beverages are also provided on full day trips.

Group Trips

gregdrv.jpg Group trips can be arranged to accommodate any number of people. Give Greg and Kirk a call at 940-367-3262 or 817-821-5407 or e-mail them at either TXBASSMAN2@aol.com or creedy@airmail.net and start making your group plans now!

aud02.GIF Armstrong Outfitters can help the experienced to the novice angler on largemouth techniques and can handle large corporate groups. They provide airport transportation and can arrange all inclusive trips as well. The fee for a full day is $300 and half day trips are $200.

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Now accepting major credit cards and PayPal for Guided Trips on Lake Lewisville.

Prices shown below include a credit card processing fee. The full day rate is good for two people. For group trips Give Greg or Kirk a call at 940-367-3262 or 817-821-5407 or e-mail them at either TXBASSMAN2@aol.com or creedy@airmail.net for more information.

Selection

Please indicate in the message box at the bottom of the order form at least three (3) preferred dates. Either Greg or Kirk will contact you for finalization of the trip.

Review/Checkout

Kirk fishes several tournament trails and has affiliations with BASS, N.A.F.C, and T.B.B.U. Besides all of this, he is also a Staff Writer for "Outdoor Times", Bass N More Outdoors, Fishing & Hunting News and multiple web sites.


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