Your smallmouth specialist on the Susquehanna, Juniata and the Upper Potomac Waterways
We work hard to give you amazing results
Jason Shay started fishing before he could walk. He used to ride his bike to all the local streams to catch fish. At the age of 13 he got his first boat, a 14 foot jon boat.
In 2002 he started taking his fishing passion seriously and started fishing tournaments at a club, state and regional level. However he found a true love on the Susquehanna river. He guides year round. He loves the rush of putting clients on hard fighting smallies.
He operates a 1860 Snyder Jet boat outfitted with a 150/105 Evinrude Etec jet, all the Minn Kota accessories and a UHMW high strength bottom to make his boat glide over the rocky Susquehanna bottom. This helps him get to areas other boats can't get to. Jason's clients often believe in disbelief of how awesome a fishery the Susquehanna river is. He is constantly on the water to keep his clients on the big ones. Let Jason prove to you why the Susquehanna is one of the best fishing smallmouth rivers in the nation. Jason is a commercially insured and PA licensed fishing guide with both CPR and first aid certifications.
Pete Holmes was born and raised hunting and fishing the woods and waters of Pennsylvania. His passion of hunting and fishing has brought him to his current professions today. Pete manages Keck's Archery and sporting goods in Newville PA. When he's not working he's chasing trophy smallmouth nearly 100 days a year. He enjoys sharing his knowledge and passion of river smallmouth to all that's on his boat. Pete started fishing the Susquehanna when he was just 5 years old even at a young age he knew there was something special about river smallmouth. He can't wait to show you what the Susquehanna and Juniata rivers have to offer.
Rocky Droneburg of Hagerstown, Md frequents both the Potomac and Susquehanna Rivers. Probably best known for his prowess with the river Muskie of the Potomac River. He has logged 100s of hours each year since 2007 after the fish of 10,000 casts. Rocky also spends countless days a year chasing trophy smallmouth on both Rivers too!
Rocky gets great fulfillment out of sharing his knowledge with beginners and avid fisherman alike. From how to pop a hung tube jig off a rock, to properly executing a figure 8 for a musky. He looks forward to sharing his experience with you!
Corbin Gotwalt has had a summer cabin on the Susquehanna River in the Goldsboro pool since he was born. He also fished many tournaments growing up from the local tournament to the TBF, BFL, PA Districts, Everstarts, BASS Opens, and the BFL All-American. This local knowledge of years spent with time on the water has pushed him into the guiding business. The first boat Corbin ever owned was a 14 foot fiberglass boat with a 9.9 hp Evinrude. He now runs a 20 foot G3 with a Yamaha Outboard and Power Poles. His passion for fishing, puts him on the water at least 100 days a year and he enjoys every minute of it.
When it comes to the fishing side, Corbin is always fishing the latest and greatest techniques. He is constantly catching fish by thinking outside the box and patterning fish in many different ways. The combined knowledge of Largemouth and Smallmouth fishing that Corbin has learned over the northeast in the last 15 years allows him to consistently catch fish when conditions are tough. No matter what the conditions are, or the body of water that Corbin is fishing, he has found consistent success in catching large bass. Book a day with Corbin, and you are sure to improve and learn something. His clients consistently leave at the end of the day with a smile on their face and a wealth of knowledge learned on the body of water about various techniques.
Trophy Wall - 20" plus
Catch a 20"+ Smallie on your trip with us and become a member of our Trophy Wall
4 hour trip $300
6 hour trip $350
8 hour trip $400
What to Bring
Here is a check list of what you should bring on your fishing trip:
Valid fishing licences (You can purchase a PA fishing licence here)
Hat & Sunscreen (for summer months)
Pair of polarized sun glasses
Food and water.
Warm clothing during colder months. (remember you can always shed a layer)
Comfortable pair of boots/footwear.
A plastic bag for anything you don’t want to get wet.
A good sense of humor!
What Time Do We Hit The Water?
Depending on the time of the year, we may be on the water as early as 6am. However, if there is extreme fog or unsafe conditions starting times may vary and we will be in contact the night before the scheduled trip.
What forms of payment do you accept?
Check is preferred however cash is also accepted.
What parts of the Susquehanna River Do You Guide On?
There are a handful of factors that go into play here however the general rule of thumb is from Goldsboro to Sunbury. Use the address below as a good central location to mapquest or gps directions to fish with us.
5415 North Front St
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17110