Your White Dog Guides
We thought you might like to know who we are. After all, we’re going to be spending some time together soon.
John has been a licensed professional guide since 1979 and spent 35 years as an employee of the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation. John has over five decades of experience trekking and fishing in the Adirondacks and Central New York. John is a Charter Member of the New York State Outdoor Guides Association and serves on their Board of Directors. John has fished all over North America including Quebec, Labrador, Alaska, Montana and Wyoming. He is skilled woodsman whose knowledge of flora and fauna makes every trip an outdoor educational experience.
Jeff has been licensed to guide in New York State for more than thirty years and has been an active, four-season outfitter and guide during that entire period. He now specializes in fly-fishing for wary trout throughout central and northern New York, although his fishing travels often take him to other areas of the northeast and American West. He is a Charter Member of the New York State Outdoor Guides Association, serving on the Board of Directors for many years and a past-president.
Bryan has been an avid fisherman and outdoorsman for over 30 years. He has been a licensed New York State Guide for 5 years and is a member of the New York State Outdoor Guides Association. Bryan enjoys chasing many freshwater fish throughout New York’s capital region, the Adirondacks, Vermont and the Great Lakes tributaries. Adirondack Brook Trout, Small Stream Wild Trout, Ice Fishing Lake George and fly fishing for large trout around the Capital Region are Bryan’s passions. Bryan guides fly fishing, spin fishing and ice fishing trips.
Brent is an Adirondack 46er and loves all sorts of adventures in the Adirondacks. He has over 30 years of outdoor experience and is a licensed New York State Guide and a Boy Scout Leader. He guides many activities such as hiking, overnight backpacking and back country adventures, cross country skiing and mountain biking as well as a few fishing trips. He is an accomplished photographer and teaches outdoor photography. He spends any spare time he can get in the Adirondacks with his “Adventure Dog”, Toby.