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My name is Jeff Greene. I am a licensed (DNRid# 10498/ Commercial License ID 1817) freshwater fishing guide (First Aid- CPR/ Fully Insured) in the state of Maryland and a licensed fishing guide (Permit# 1040) in the state of Pennsylvania . I fish the Upper Potomac River and Susquehanna River. I fish the river with my Coast Guard certified 16 foot custom jet boat. I can get just about anywhere with my boat. I fish for Smallmouth Bass, Largemouth Bass and Channel Catfish. If you are looking for adventure and fun on the Potomac River or Susquehanna River then contact me by phone or email and I will take you on a fishing trip of a lifetime. Contact Shallow Water Fishing Adventures Fishing Guide Service
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Jeff Greene’s BIO
Whether lifelong resident and professional fishing guide Jeff Greene of Montgomery County, Maryland is alone on the Upper Po-tomac River fishing from his custom made jet boat, guiding clients for trophy smallmouth bass or fishing other bodies of water around the United States like his favorite fishing destination the Florida Keys. It's not hard to figure out why he is who he is today. His love for fishing and the outdoors started as far back as he can remember. Some of the best and earliest memories fishing were with his Grandfather on Grand Lake in Grove Oklahoma. That's where he and his grandfather chased catfish, crappie and white bass. During his childhood he would spend summer vacation with his grandparents, who managed the Honey Creek Resort Motel in Grove Oklahoma on Grand Lake. That’s where Jeff started to hone his skills and become the fisherman he is today.
After graduating from High School Jeff went to Glenville State College In Glenville West Virginia, where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and a minor in psychology. During this time period Jeff never stopped fishing or stopped fishing the upper Potomac River. The state of West Virginia had a lot of water that offered great fishing opportunities and he took full advantage of that.
After college Jeff spent 14 years as a police Officer with the Washington DC Police Department. During his police career Jeff thrived as a second generation police officer with MPD. Jeff worked in uniformed patrol, narcotics, the First District Warrant Squad and on a uniformed street robbery tac unit. His dad and uncle were also on the job. Both were homicide detectives with the department and re-tired in the early 90's. Even as a police officer Jeff fished as much as he could and never lost the passion for fishing. In fact the passion for fishing grew even more as he got older.
In 2014 Jeff really took his abilities of fishing to the next level. He started a small fishing guide service, which later became Shallow Water Fishing Adventures LLC. Fast forward to present day and he has only become more passionate about what he does and how he does it. Now a days Jeff can be found fishing out of his custom made jet boat year around on the Upper Potomac River chasing monster smallmouth bass. Jeff enjoys every aspect of being a professional fishing guide. Being a fishing guide on the Upper Potomac River has brought tremendous satisfaction to Jeff's life. He enjoys nothing more than to see one of his clients hook up with a trophy size smallmouth bass.
Jeff Greene/ Owner/ Operator
Fishing Guide Service
Just north of Washington DC the Potomac River takes you back to another time. Historic, wild and beautiful there's no outdoor experience like it. Come fish the upper Potomac River and Susquehanna River today.