Gift Certificates!

Posted By on December 10, 2014

The holiday season is upon us!  Don’t know what to get that sportsman in your life for Christmas?  How about a gift certificate for a guided fly fishing trip in the north Georgia mountains.  Certificates are available in any amount or can be made for a full or half day trip of your choice.

Our private waters are fishing very well right now and if you would rather not wade, float trips on the Toccoa tail water have been producing some good fishing as well.  The best thing about a gift certificate is you can book the trip anytime throughout the year to fit your schedule.  Feel free to give us a call with any questions and enjoy a few pics of recent trips while you’re here.

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Tight lines,

Dell Neighbours – Head Trout Guide

Reel Job Fishing, LLC
www.kent-klewein.com
info@kemt-klewein.com
770-330-7583  Kent
706-897-4252  Dell

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Bass Fishing

Posted By on August 4, 2014

I know it’s been a while since I’ve posted, But I’ve got some nice fish porn. It’s August some of our lakes are fishing a little tough, but that’s what sets our guide service above the others, we have 9 lakes to chose where the best bite is.  Two of my top lakes right now are Chatuge and Chickamauga. It’s almost here, Fall is just around the corner. My most favorite time of the year to fish, If your looking to book a great fishing trip, give us a call now. Im already starting to book alot of trips for the fall. Lake Chickamauga is going to be on fire, with the grass and top water frog bite. Our mountain lakes will be on fire with some schooling spotted bass. If your needing to book a trip just to learn how to use your electronics and side imaging give us a call.

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9lb lake burton

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7.3lb Chickamauga

7.3lb Chickamauga

Tight Lines.                                             
 
Eric Welch- Head Bass Guide   
Reel Job Fishing, LLC
www.kent-klewein.com
info@kemt-klewein.com
welch023@etcmail.com
770-330-7583  Kent
706-455-2323  Eric

 

 

 

 

 

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Lake Blue Ridge Spring Time Smallies

Posted By on March 25, 2014

All I can say is WoW, what a awesome day I had on the Ridge yesterday. Just when we thought the smallmouth were gone they showed up yesterday.  I guess the crazy cold winter we had put them in a Spring time feeding frenzy. I also caught some magnum spots, but It’s hard to talk about them when my favorite fish was biting like they did yesterday. If you like catching smallmouth I would go ahead and give us a call and book a trip, cause the prespawn bite should be awesome. Check theses photos out.

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Tight Lines.                                              
 
Eric Welch- Head Bass Guide    
Reel Job Fishing, LLC
www.kent-klewein.com
info@kemt-klewein.com
770-330-7583  Kent
706-455-2323  Eric

 

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Spring is Here!

Posted By on March 8, 2014

This winter, while colder than any in recent memory, turned out to be very fishy and I had the pleasure of meeting many new clients.   Atlanta Falcon Josh Harris,  along with his brother and dad was one of the most memorable.  I don’t think the temps got out of the 20′s all day but, the fishing was down right epic, I lost count of the fish over twenty inches we caught that day.  I also had the pleasure of guiding for Circe and Carolyn from  Georgia Women Fly Fishers, two awesome trips with two awesome ladies, if you are a female and a fly fisher you should check them out.  I could go on and on about this winter but, it’s slated to hit 70 degrees here today and it’s time to spring forward!

Our private waters are already starting to heat up.  On a trip this week I witnessed not only black caddis but, very large mayflies starting to come off and the trout are taking notice.  We also have a beautiful new section on the Tick open this season for those looking for more of a back country trophy trout experience.  No matter if you are looking for numbers or challenging technical water, we have the perfect private water experience for you.

Wading in beautiful mountain streams surrounded by trophy trout not your cup of tea?  Well you’re in luck because the Toccoa tail water is back and Reel Job Fishing will tailor a drift boat trip to suit your needs!  After a few years of sub par fishing after the reconstruction of Blue Ridge dam the river is fishing up to it’s potential once again.  Yesterday at precisely three o’clock the black caddis turned on like somebody flipped a switch and I quickly brought fish after fish to hand.  This is not to say the old girl won’t occasionally hurt your feelings, because she is still the Toccoa tail water and she has humbled many good fishermen over the years but, this river is without a doubt poised to deliver the best fishing we have seen in over five years.

I’m going to try to put up at least one post each week throughout the season so, check back often for trip reports.  Mean while enjoy a few pics from winter.

Atlanta Falcon Josh Harris

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Tight lines,

Dell Neighbours – Head Trout Guide

Reel Job Fishing, LLC
www.kent-klewein.com
info@kemt-klewein.com
770-330-7583  Kent
706-897-4252  Dell

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Spring Bass fishing In 2014

Posted By on January 18, 2014

With these cold fronts we’ve been having the past couple weeks, It’s time to start planning your  Spring bass fishing trips. Starting toward the end of March or first of April, we will start running our live bait trips on Lake Burton for some monster spots and some mammoth largemouth. Also the start of March is prime time to book a trip on Lake Chickamauga. If you didn’t know by now, Lake Chickamauga is one of the top bass fishing lakes in the southeast and in 2013 Lake Chickamauga was ranked the number 6th lake in the Nation. With numerous tournaments winning weights being  5 fish over 35lb and Flw outdoors tournament winning 4 day total was over 103lb. Chickamauga is a type of lake you can fish for numbers or fish for toads. There is many different ways to fish the Chick, spinnerbaits, Carolina rig, jigs, dropshot, shaky head, crankbaits, Tennessee Rig. If your looking to catch some nice large mouth and a chance for a big one, give us a call now. Where already starting to book up for sring fishing. Here some photos of Chickamauga fish.

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Tennessee Rig

Tennessee Rig

Tight Lines.                                               
 
Eric Welch- Head Bass Guide     
Reel Job Fishing, LLC
www.kent-klewein.com
info@kemt-klewein.com
770-330-7583  Kent
706-455-2323  Eric

 

 

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Bass from the past

Posted By on January 18, 2014

I know it’s been a while since I posted on the bass fishing. I hope this post starts getting you fired up for spring 2014 fishing. I love having trips when we catch some big bass, but to me it’s not always about the big fish. I love seeing clients bring there kids and grandkids fishing. There so much going on now days in this world that it seems there just not enough time spent with kids in the outdoors. I can’t imagine where I would be today, if my parents had not taken me and my brother fishing and camping.  Here is some photos of trips taken last summer in the North Georgia Mountains. If your looking to do some lake fishing and wanting to spend time with your kids or grandkids and see some of the beautiful scenery in the North Georgia Mountains. Please give us a call.

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Tight Lines.                                                
 
Eric Welch- Head Bass Guide      
Reel Job Fishing, LLC
www.kent-klewein.com
info@kemt-klewein.com
770-330-7583  Kent
706-455-2323  Eric

 

 

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Winter Fly Fishing with Reel Job Fishing

Posted By on January 9, 2014

Winter has now set in, with shorter days and colder temps, but there are fish to be had.  I have always done the majority of my fishing in the winter months, I just love the peace and quite.  After a busy year and heavy traffic on your favorite stretch of water, it’s a wonderful thing to step in, look up stream and not see a soul.  Not to mention that some of my biggest fish have fallen to a midge rig or ripped streamer on a cold winter day.

We are also fortunate to be located in North Georgia, where 50 and even 60 degree temps can be had occasionally during midday this time of year.  Couple that with very low fishing pressure, flexible winter schedules and, you have the recipe for a last minute fishing trip that will have you wondering why you don’t fish this time of year more often.  Just ask Brett Player, a long time client of ours who usually fishes in the spring, he was in town for the week and wanted to fish.  After looking at the weather we picked out a warm day between two cold fronts and managed to have a good day on the water.  His wife Carolyn, a new comer to the sport,  came along this trip and we were able to get her on a few nice fish as well.

Enjoy a few pics from the day and let us know if you would like to try a winter fly fishing trip.  Never fly fished before?  Just want to give it a shot?  We can supply all the equipment and knowledge you will need for a fun day on the water.  Give us a call!

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Come Fly Fishing with Reel Job Fishing

Posted By on November 20, 2013

This is the time of year we love to guide clients on our home trout waters. There’s lots of sight-fishing, which is always a blast, and most of the fish are becoming really aggressive  anticipating the cold winter months ahead. Dont’ be afraid of the dropping temperatures. After the sun gets up, it usually warms up into the upper 50s, sometimes it even breaks into the 60s.  And that makes for some really comfortable fly fishing.

Currently all of our private sections of trophy trout water are fishing really well. We’ve got lots of big fish and our professional team of passionate guides are ready to put you on the fish of a lifetime.

Don’t have waders, boots or even a fly rod? No worries, we’ve got you covered with top of the line gear, and we won’t charge you a penny more to use it. Part of our customer service is accommodating our clients with gear, flies, leaders and tippet, unlike other outfitters that charge renting fees and add on costs at the end of the trip.

Our guides are full time so you don’t have to worry about getting stuck with a guide that’s not in-tune with the current fishing conditions. With well over 7 miles of private trophy trout water to explore with our clients, we can plan the perfect fly fishing getaway for you. And if corporate guide trips are your request, we can accommodate up to six anglers a day. These trips are perfect for nurturing your business relationships.

If you need lodging we’ve got you covered. Southern Comfort Cabin Rentals has partnered with Reel Job Fishing to set you up in cabins that are close to our operations. They’re professional and always a pleasure to do business with. They also happen to be the local experts on all other outdoor activities in the area, which means they can plan some fun stuff to do for your non-fishing companions so you can get the go ahead to come fly fish with us.

Are you looking for a daily fly fishing fix while you sip on that warm cup of Joe? Check out our fly fishing resource website Gink & Gasoline, which publishes fly fishing content 365 days a year. As you can see, Reel Job Fishing has you covered, and we’d love th pleasure of guiding you in the near future. Give us a call to reserve your spot today!

Keep it Reel,

Kent Klewein
Reel Job Fishing, LLC
www.kent-klewein.com
info@kent-klewein.com
770-330-7583

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