• New Website Design for StriperFun Guide Service

    StriperFun Guide Service - Tennessee Walleye Charters
    (931) 403-2501 http://www.striperfun.com captainjim@striperfun.com
  • Specializing in "Trophy" fishing as the owner of StriperFun Fishing Guide Service in KY and TN and TN Walleye Charters, Captain Jim Durham is a licensed guide who has fished the Cumberland Plateau and KY and TN year round for over 50 years. Captain Jim is a U.S. Coast Guard Merchant Marine Captain and is the creator of the “Striper Fish like a Pro” instructional DVD series as well as his own line of fishing lures.

  • New Website Design for StriperFun Guide Service

    New Website Design for StriperFun Guide Service –
    Tennessee Walleye charters - StriperFun Online Store!



    It is with great pleasure to announce the “launch” of the new StriperFun Guide Service – Tennessee Walleye Charters and the StriperFun “Online Store” website! After hundreds of hours of design and creation work, our new website has gone “live”!

    As always, click the link

    http://www.StriperFun.com

    to go to the main / home page. I encourage you to check it out!

    Providing detailed information on each of the eight (8) bodies of water upon which StriperFun Guide Service and Tennessee Walleye Charters provides guided charters, the new site is now mobile friendly and provides easy navigation and even helpful instructive videos on each waterway to move you quickly through your questions and fishing destination decisions!

    Our Online Store site has also been completely redone, with new mobile friendly features and new products to help our fishing customers choose and much more easily purchase the professional fishing equipment and lures StriperFun is known for!

    I appreciate your continued patronage of our guide services across Kentucky and Tennessee and of our online store and I hope you enjoy our new website!

    Blue skies and tight lines!

    Captain Jim Durham
    931-403-2501
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