RATES

FULL DAY (8-9 hrs) 1 Person $200.00

FULL DAY (8-9 hrs) 2 People $250.00

HALF DAY (6 hrs)1 Person $175.00

HALF DAY (6 hrs)2 People $200.00

Call: cell:770-362-0942 or email FISHATLANTA@AOL.COM for questions or bookings

Lakes Fished

Lake Varner Lake Horton
Tribble Mill  Stone Mountain Park
 Black Shoals
 Kedron
J.W. Smith Reservoir expertise on other lakes may be available by request
Lathem Reservoir Bull Sluice (summer months only)

ABOUT FISH ATLANTA GUIDE SERVICE

Fish Atlanta Guide Service is a service that operates on the smaller lakes in Georgia. All trips are 100% catch and release. In recent years counties surrounding the Metro Atlanta area began making smaller reservoirs to meet the demands of water during the drought. These lakes along with some that already existed create a very unique bass fishery that provide some of the best trophy bass fishing in the Southeast. Most of these lakes were stocked with Florida Bass or F-1 Hybrid bass. Under the right conditions these bast have a faster growth rate which gives them more potential to grow to trophy size. The right conditions is what many of these lakes offer with many fish being caught in the 8 to 10lb range. Even fish over 10lbs and into the Teens are not uncommon on some of these lakes.

SO WHY CHOOSE A TRIP WITH FISH ATLANTA GUIDE SERVICE?

You will be fishing out of a 16ft Electric powered Bass Tracker that has been custom built for these lakes. Sixteen foot is the maximum size limit allowed on most of these lakes and most only allow electric motors.

You will be fishing with experienced guide and trophy bass expert Randall Kirkpatrick who has been fishing many of these lakes for as long as they have been open to fishing. He is the current Bounty Fishing big bass record holder. A record he has held since 2007. Randall has shared his fishing knowledge on TV as well as appearing in several magazine articles in Bass West, Georgia Outdoor News, and Georgia Sportsman. He is also one of the very few people to ever to catch more than one bass over fifteen pounds.

For those wanting to learn new techniques or prefer certain types of fishing, our lakes offer a variety of cover and structure with everything from hydrilla to deep ledges.

The lakes we fish have no heavy boat traffic, water skiers, jet skiers etc. just excellent fishing for big bass

Prices will be about half of what many guides charge. How can we offer this? Many guides have the extra expenses of a large boat, tow vehicle and fuel. We don't have these expenses and pass these savings onto our clients.

THINGS TO BRING?

-All trips are rain or shine. Be sure to bring appropriate clothing.
-Be sure to bring food, drinks snacks in a small cooler
-Life vests
-Feel free to bring any rods/reels and tackle you might have. I have found it helpful to my clients for me to critique and offer suggestions on their equipment based on my experiences. I do have extra rods/reels and tackle available for you to use, but I feel you will be more comfortable using equipment that you are already familiar with. Also bring a camera for photos. All trophy size fish will be released and good photos will be useful if you want to have a replica made.
-Georgia Fishing License

Call: cell: 770-362-0942 or email FISHATLANTA@AOL.COM for questions or bookings