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If you are looking for a complete and professional guide service… one who is willing to help you learn the ways of the river; teach you to locate and catch the battling "bronzebacks"; instruct you in the proper selection and presentation of productive lures and help you improve your fishing skills, you have come to the right place… Bass Fever Guide Service.

Bass Fever Guide Service is right at home on the premier section which begins just north of Sunbury, Pennsylvania, near the confluence of the Susquehanna's east and west branches and continuing approximately 75 miles south to Harrisburg. What makes this river the fish factory it is? The structure, habitat and food source is second to none!

 
All of our guides have an average of eighteen years experience fishing the Susquehanna River. Specializing in Smallmouth, Walleye, and the Muskellunge, our guide service can provide just what you need to experience an enjoyable and memorable fishing trip on one of the nation’s premier rivers.
 
The Susquehanna River, whose headwaters are formed by the outflow of Owego Lake, near picturesque Cooperstown, New York, wanders 444 miles through the countryside of the "Keystone State". The mighty "Susky" flows through the lush mountains of central Pennsylvania, past the rusted hulks of once mighty factories, the cooling towers and facilities of "Three Mile Island" nuclear power plant and the beautiful Amish farmland. The Susquehanna River is the longest commercially non-navigable river in North America. It is the sixteenth longest river in North America and is also the longest river lying entirely within the United States that drains into the Atlantic Ocean.
 
 
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