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I'm willing and able to answer most questions regarding northern pike and bass. I can advise on specific rods, reels, lures and fishing line for specific fishing techniques. Also, I know alot about fishing in smaller waters and can give expert answers on optimal fishing weather conditions.

Experience in the area

I have over 20 years of experience fishing for northern pike and bass. I don't have any published articles but have several trophy fish mounted on my wall. Also, I'm very methodical in my fishing and spend countless hours researching new and innovative techniques. I have an extensive fish research library.


BASS Membership


I have taken some classes at Lansing Community College, Michigan.

Awards and Honors

Several trophy bass and pike mounts

Past/Present Clients

I'm currently not working as a fishing guide, but plan to in the future.

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Recent Answers from Timothy Howard

2016-07-12 Line tangles on spinning reel:

Hello there Luke! Sorry it took me awhile to answer you back. Normally I answer quickly. Crazy hours at the job.   Funny you mention this problem. I got my son a Shakespeare rod and reel combo from Cabelas

2016-03-28 Catch More Fish Trout:

Hi and thank you for your question! I hope you had a great Monday, and a wonderful Easter weekend. Absolutely! That outfit, you can fish for a variety of species, other than trout if you desire. This light

2016-03-08 Fishing Line:

Hi, thanks for the question. Sorry I couldn't get back sooner as it been very busy here at work. Typically, at bare minimum, you want to change your fishing line once every season. Even if it doesn't get

2015-10-24 old fishing line:

Hello, and thank you for the question. Hope you have a wonderful weekend! Yes, indeed line will definitely lose its strength and quality over time. Monofilament line being made out of nylon will dry rot

2015-09-30 Need to Identify the Fish in the attached pictures:

Hello! The name Jack Cravelle is the common name of a scientific name. This fish actual name is Cravelle Jack. It's catagorized this way because it's a sub-specie of a fish. It's not named after anyone


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