Charter Boats and Fishing Guides in Pennsylvania
Find the fishing guide to plan your next trip, hone your skills or learn a new waterway. Charter boat and fishing guides are listed based on current year registrants as licensed fishing guides in Pennsylvania.
*Guides shown are registered fishing guides with the Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission.
Featured Pennsylvania Fishing Guide
Al Casal is a lifelong resident of northeast Pennsylvania. His fishing experience eclipses 50 years with 40 of those years fishing the Susquehanna River. He is a full-time Pennsylvania fishing guide with trips for smallmouth bass, catfish and walleye on the Susquehanna River. Check out our newest featured fishing guide at Al's Susquehanna Guide Service.
Past Featured Guides
Featured fishing guides in Pennsylvania represent some of the best on the water knowledge. Whether you are looking for bass fishing guides, trout fishing guides, catfish fishing guides or any other species Pennsylvania has, you can find them on FISH THIS PA. Click on each guide's logo to learn more about the services they offer.
How to Become a Registered Fishing Guide in Pennsylvania
Anglers who have the fishing skills and the desire to share those skills with other anglers can become licensed Pennsylvania fishing guides. In order to guide fishing trips commercially, you must become a registered fishing guide. Guides are regulated by the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission and the following are the basic Pennsylvania fishing guide requirements in order to become licensed to guide fishing trips in the state.
Resident fees are $100 and nonresident fees are $400 annually to be licensed as a Pennsylvania fishing guide. To become a licensed guide, please review the Charter Boat Operators and Fishing Guides information sheet and to apply visit the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission website.