For the guides of Lake and Stream Guide Service, days begin long before sunrise—at 3 a.m., an hour when even alarm clocks are tempted to hit the snooze button. That’s when they roll from their beds and trundle outside for the day’s fishing adventures. This dedication stems from a desire to help the anglers on their fishing day trips reel in trophy fish and lasting memories.
Once guides rise to greet the day, they meet up with patrons and set sail on the picturesque waters of Carters Lake, Blue Ridge Lake, or Lake Nottely, or along the frothy spumes of the Toccoa River. The guides provide all the gear and instruction anglers need to reel in hefty trout or fish such as stripers and hybrids that lurk in the clear, deep waters of Carters Lake.
Signature service: Karate,
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Average Duration of Services: 30?60 minutes
Brands Used: American Taekwondo Association, Krav Maga World Wide
Pro Tip: Show up for class 15 minutes prior to warm up and stretch.
White Water Learning Center of Georgia plunges people into raging rapids with its kayak, canoe, and paddle board classes and tours. Lessons teach paddlers how to navigate all classes of rapids in rivers and in the ocean. After learning how to explore local waterways, students can sign up for one of the learning center's excursions, or rent a canoe or kayak to take on a solo journey to the location where Atlantis' food court once stood.
Golfers across Texas, Arizona, and Georgia get an expert's opinion on their local private and public courses through AvidGolfer Magazine. The professionals also offer some basic instructions, in-depth product reviews, and careful explanations of why a lower score is better. Besides expert advice, the magazine releases an annual passbook that grants subscribers entry into several local courses.
KYSC has been an American Sailing Association certification facility since 1983. We were the first in Georgia. After you have certified your sailing skills, you can rent one of our boats to practice your skills. We have monthly fun events. We take trips to the British Virgin Islands.
You don't need to see Mary Frankel's United States Dressage Federation bronze medal to tell she knows her way around a saddle. The owner of Sonora Creek—which opened in 1995—has been riding and showing horses for 40 years, and in that time she's coached locally, regionally, and nationally in both hunter/jumper and dressage. It's fortunate she has so much experience, since she's charged with operating such a sprawling space.
Spanning 22 acres, the facility rolls across hills and pastures and includes an indoor arena, two tack rooms, a regulation-size dressage arena, a 300'x150' outdoor jumping arena, and a 25-stall boarding facility. The scope of the facility's services is just as ambitious; staffers board and train horses, teach riding lessons, and lead a summer camp for kids aged 5–15 who grow weary of brushing and tacking their parents' motorcycles.