Pete Holmes

Cell# 717-360-1827

peteholmes247@gmail.com

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I am a native to Central Pennsylvania, Cumberland County, where I grew up with hunting and fishing as a way of life. My father taught me to be an angler and a sportsman from a very young age. I’ve always had a passion for river smallmouth and there is just something that draws me to them.

I find more enjoyment though teaching the arts of fishing that I have accumulated. The smile on the faces of my clients make me feel like a superman.

I really enjoy the youngsters and the ladies, especially when they kick-butt.

Like many other guides, I too have a full time job but I have enough vacation and weekends to make this gig work. It’s not about casting a lure to the water but rather, casting the right lure to the right water and that’s what I stress. I want you to “see” what I see, and understand that these bass choose particular forms of underwater cover—and that changes with the season.

From the early years of wet wading to the current 18’ jet boat and reliable motor I run today, my goal has always been the same, to understand the whys, where and the when.

My boat is equipped with all the necessary equipment to handle these bolder strewn rivers. I am equipped to run that boat because the most important thing in that boat is the operator and his guests. Safety is my most important job because I want you to smile—and come back. I spend countless days a year on the Susquehanna and Juniata rivers chasing trophy smallmouth thanks to my very understanding wife Mindy.

I look forward to showing you what these great rivers have to offer.
 

My sponsors include: Mizmo, Case Plastics, Campground Special Tubes, Keitech USA, Columbia sportswear and Brooks Marine.

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