Reel Job Fishing offers Georgia freshwater fishing trips on Lake Blue Ridge and other North Georgia lakes. Our guided bass trips specialize in targeting smallmouth, largemouth, and spotted bass out of our top of the line bass boats.
Lake Blue Ridge and its thriving population of Smallmouth Bass make it Reel Job Fishing’s primary choice for clients wanting to target smallmouth bass in North Georgia. Lake Blue Ridge is the southern most lake in the United States that maintains a healthy smallmouth bass and walleye population. It's not uncommon to catch smallmouth bass up to four pounds while five pound fish have been landed. Other species targeted on Lake Blue Ridge are largemouth bass, spotted bass, white bass and bream. Lake Blue Ridge is our home lake and we know it better than any other guide service in the area. With more than 25 years of bass fishing on Lake Blue Ridge, you can be confident you've found the local experts.
Lake Burton is one of our smaller lakes we guide on in Georgia for bass, but don't let its small size fool you on its unbelievable ability to produce huge largemouth and spotted bass. This Georgia Power lake keeps very consistent water levels year round thanks to its heavy political pull from Georgia Power employee lakefront owners. Another characteristic that sets it apart from most of our other lakes we guide on is the extreme amount of fixed docks and boat houses built on the lake. Its absolutely the perfect place to fish big swimbaits and other reaction type lures alongside these bass sanctuaries.
Lake Carters or "Carters Lake" is great year round for big spotted bass. It also has a great population of largemouth and striped bass. This unusually deep clear lake, which reaches depths of 450 feet is located outside of Ellijay, GA. Winter months offer very good float n' fly fishing for bass fishermen. The spring, fall and summer months provide bass fishermen good action fishing drop-shot rigs, shakey head jigs, texas rig, jigs, spinnerbaits, spoons and flukes. If you're wanting to learn how to bass fish deep clear water with more success, book a trip with Reel Job Fishing and we'll show the secret fishing techniques we use while utilizing our boat electronics.
Reel Job Fishing runs guided bass fishing trips on Lake Chatuge in North Georgia year round. Lake Chatuge is another deep clear fishery most popular for its thriving population of spotted bass. However, you can catch some really big largemouth bass if you know where to look. Our favorite time of year to fish Lake Chatuge is the spring because the fish are getting ready for the pre-spawn and they're very aggressive and eager to feed. In the spring you can catch bass multiple ways on Lake Chatuge. Flukes, sammy's, swimbaits, spinnerbaits, and crankbaits are some of the top producers during the spring.
LakeChickamauga is quickly becoming one of our favorite lakes for our guided bass trips.Guide trips on LakeChickamauga consistently provide lots of action for our bass clients and they enjoy having the opportunity to catch big largemouth, spotted, and smallmouth bass during their guide trip. Plus you never know when you'll hook into one of those giant catfish or freshwater drum with your bass gear. Our fishing guides like the size of the lake because they have plenty of water to fish and can get away from other boat traffic.
Lake Hiawassee is located in western North Carolina and is well known for its spectacular smallmouth bass fishery. We love guiding on Lake Hiawassee because we're smallmouth bass specialists. Hiawassee Lake is surrounded by the Nantahala National Forest, which means there's very little lake houses and docks on this lake. The lake is fed primarily by the Hiawassee River and Nottely River. Endless steep rocky bank lines and points provide perfect habitat for smallmouth bass, and its created a thriving bronze-back population on Lake Hiawassee. Our bass guides fish tubes, jigs, drop-shot rigs, flukes, crankbaits, float n' fly, shakey heads and spinnerbaits, which all work well on Lake Hiawassee. But don't be shocked when you set the hook and you've got a trophy spotted bass or largemouth bass on your line. Lake Hiawassee also has its fair share of these black bass as well. If you want to bass fish on a lake where you're not going to see a lot of boat traffic and other fishermen, Lake Hiawassee is your anwser. Book a trip today with Reel Job Fishing, Lake Hiawassee's top bass fishing guide service.
Reel Job Fishing runs guided bass fishing trips on Lake Lanier in Georgia year round. Its large size allows us many different fishing options to choose from for our bass clients. With over 55 boat ramps to choose from, our Lake Lanier bass guides can access the lake where the bass fishing is the hottest. Quite often we can start out in one area of the lake fishing, and we never have to venture out onto the main lake at all. This allows us to stay out of the heavy boat traffic and target low pressured bass that are easier to catch.
Bass fishing on LakeNottely is a popular choice for anglers wanting to catch a variety of black bass species.LakeNottely is located in the Chattahoochee National Forest of Georgia.NottelyLake encompasses 4,180 acres and 108 miles of shoreline.NottelyLake has good numbers of striped bass, hybrid bass, spotted bass, largemouth bass, as well as a few smallmouth bass.