Full-Day Smallmouth

1-6 Guests • No Lodging • Public • Guided

Description

These trips run 7-8 hours starting at 6:00 to 7:00am and ending no later then 2:30pm.

All Smallmouth will be released unharmed to preserve this world class fishery.


Come enjoy the Beautiful Susquehanna River and Lake Wallenpaupack. Fish for Smallmouth, Largemouth Bass, Catfish and Walleye.


Susquehanna Smallmouth Bass are very eager to chase a moving bait not usually requiring much finesse fishing. We use only the finest equipment from Lews_fishing. We use Spinnerbaits from Sick Custom Baits. Crankbaits, Topwater and Stick baits from Rapala. Our bottom baits include TackleHd, OnTheSpotBaits along with others from time to time.


Come and spend a day on the water with us and we will show you how to work these quality baits!


*Price is for the boat, not per person. Based on 2 anglers.**

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Upgrades

Additional Hour

$27.50


Your Host

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Allen C

I am a lifelong resident of NEPA and have been fishing over 50 years. After spending many years on the Bass Tournament Trails I moved to guiding on the Susquehanna River and surrounding Pocono lake. I am a full time guide and spend about 250 days a year on the water. I am very knowledgeable on the latest techniques and lures. I will show you the latest techniques and review the basics to efficiently utilize your time. All skill levels are welcome. We will make whatever adjustments needed to make your trip an enjoyable and memorable experience.

from $358/Day

You can also pay a 50% deposit now and a final payment before your trip.

$27.50 Per Person Per Item

$27.50

Base Price

$357.50 Per Day

$357.50

Pay Now

$178.75

Pay Later

$178.75

Please note that there is a 50% non-refundable deposit included with your booking fee. In case of cancellation, and in accordance with the Host's cancellation policy, the remaining 50% may be returned to you or applied towards rescheduling a future trip.


Amenities

  • Expert Guide
  • Bait & Tackle

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Gear List

  • Weather Appropriate Clothing
  • Sunshades / Hat / Sunscreen
  • Drinks & Snacks
  • Personal Fishing Gear

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Rules & Guidelines

Policy

Deposit: Please note, there is a 50% nonrefundable deposit included with your payment when booking.

Fishing License: A Pa. fishing license is required and must be displayed.

Safety Considerations: Our Guide service is a professional full time guide service. As such the overall safety of his guest allows the Captain to cancel a charter at any time due to weather and or water conditions. If the trip is canceled due to weather or water conditions, you may reschedule the trip.


All charters based on two anglers. singles welcome based on availability.

Additional time may be added to a charter at $25 per hour based on availability. 


CPR: Catch Photo and Release: All Bass will be released in order to maintain this world class fishery. Catfish and walleye under 21 inches may be kept.

Capacity: I can accommodate two adults or one adult and two children. I have other boats available if other anglers wish to come along.

Pa.fishing license: You must have your PA Fishing License with you and displayed no exceptions.

Fowl Weather: You will need to bring your rain gear hopefully you won’t need it but you never know. Bring enough warm clothes I have ample storage for extra gear. Sunglasses are a must not only to see the structure but also for eye protection.

Equipment: If you choose to use my equipment you will be using very high quality Denali Kovert Rods paired with Lews Reels, each one of these outfits cost in excess of $ 300 That being said if you drop one in you will be charged the replacement cost. As always you are welcome to bring your own gear. 

Weather and Water: We fish rain or shine as long as there is no Lightning in the area. If we are faced with heavy winds I will make the call. Usually anything over a 20 mph wind will need to be rescheduled.

High Water: I understand everyone wants a perfect day with perfect flows, unfortunately that is not river fishing. As long as the Wilkes-Barre gauge is below six feet and not raising we can safely fish the river. If it is above six feet we can fish a lake or reschedule.

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