Lake Lanier Striper Fishing Charter & Guide Service
“BIG FISH ON”
Capt. Ken @ 404-561-2564 or Capt. Mike @ 770-598-5195
“BIG FISH ON” Lake Lanier Fishing Guide, started by two North Georgia Striper Club members, was formed so that we could share the fun and excitement of catching “Silver Bullets”, striped bass on Lake Lanier. We guide primarily on Lake Lanier in North Georgia, though our trophy striper fishing charter trips span thought out Georgia and Tennessee. We specialize in having FUN, catching stripers and for the trophy hunter we target monster stripers. We’re your go to fishing guides for Lake Lanier Fishing and Georgia Fishing.
We have two types of striper fishing charters, Trophy Trips and Lake Lanier Fishing Fun Trips. Fun trips are designed for the novice or experienced anglers and children that want to spend an exciting day on Lake Lanier Fishing and catching stripers. These fun trips are ideal for the company outing and parent/child days. Corporate charters of all sizes can be accommodated. Fun trips are traditionally known as Striper Fishing Charters or Striper Fishing Guide Trips. Trophy trips are designed for the experienced angler who wants to target the fish of a lifetime. Both our fun Lake Lanier Fishing Guide trips and our Trophy Striper Fishing Guide trips are custom designed Striper Fishing Charter trips. The Lake Lanier Fishing Guide Fun Trips and the Trophy trips are priced differently and has its own satisfaction GUARANTEE.
Gift certificates are available and we offer an exclusive Angler Rewards Program.
We provide the highest quality tackle, bait and have water and soda on board for all trips. Anglers 16 years of age and older are required to have a valid fishing license. We have provided links to purchasing your license on-line on our related links page.
Please bring the following items: Hat, raingear, sunscreen, sunglasses, lunch and a camera.
We want you to be comfortable, please check the weather on our related links page prior to your trip; it is always colder than you think cruising down the lake at 30 mph. Remember to dress in layers as often in the spring and fall it can be 45 degrees in the morning and 70 degrees in the afternoon.
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