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Bob Beals Big Bass Guide Service offers fishing trips on Kentucky and Barkley Lakes, Cumberland, Tennessee, and Ohio Rivers. The trips are generally for bass, crappie, stripes, rockfish, sauger, and catfish.

Location: P O Box 189, Gilbertsville Kentucky 42044 Telephone 270-395-5533

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