Fishing in Acworth


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  • Acworth Fish Camp
    Fresh fare can be found at Acworth Fish Camp, where patrons seek to sample every seafood dish on the menu. Acworth Fish Camp worries about making delicious food, not counting calories. Be sure to complete your meal at Acworth Fish Camp with a drink from the restaurant's full bar. Surround yourself with the wonderful weather at your next night out at Acworth Fish Camp. Large groups will appreciate Acworth Fish Camp for its ability to seat them quickly. Shake off the stiff workday duds at Acworth Fish Camp — attire is casual. If time is of the essence, Acworth Fish Camp's take-out option may be a better fit. For convenience, diners can park in a neighboring lot. Acworth Fish Camp offers parking for all diners, including those who travel by bike. Leave your piggy bank at home! With prices under $15, you can eat at Acworth Fish Camp for next to nothing. Acworth Fish Camp accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, and all major credit cards.
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    5989 Groovers Landing Rd SE
    Acworth, GA US
  • Extreme Stripers Guide Service
    Since 1997, captain Cy Grajcar has trawled the rivers and lakes of northwest Georgia. Over that time, he has developed a specialty for hauling up striped, hybrid, and white bass from lakes and rivers where they congregate, even setting records for some the monsters that he's reeled in. As a guide, he invites clients aboard his trusty 22-foot Palm Beach Center Console where all fishing gear is provided and ferries them off to the spots on Lake Altoona, Carters Lake, and rivers throughout the region where he's found reliable success. On the water, Cy shares instruction for how to draw in fat, picture-worthy fish using sound baiting, casting, and reeling technique, as opposed to just dangling a slice of chocolate cake in the water.
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    Autumn View Dr NW
    Acworth, GA US
  • Burnt Pine Plantation
    The 4,500 acres of land at Burnt Pine Plantation are a constantly evolving hunting and fishing campus. In spring, it's turkeys. In fall, the focus shifts to deer?which visitors can hunt with shotguns, arrows, primitive weapons, and the optional assistance of a guide. Quail take to the sky most of the year, while a five-stand course offers a clay alternative to the birds. With so much to do, a hunting trip to Burnt Pine Plantation often necessitates multiple days. Luckily, an onsite lodge houses 26 beds, and a restaurant hosts dinner.
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    1161 Blackwell Rd
    Newborn, GA US
  • Lake Allatoona
    After a career that included breaking both knees in the Army and seeing three back-to-back hurricanes while working for a Central Florida sheriff's office, David W. Turner Sr. felt it was time to pursue his dream of becoming a professional bass fisherman. Today, he follows the FLW and B.A.S.S. tournament trails, competing under sponsorships from major brands such as Dobyns Rods and Lew's. To stay sharp when not on the circuit, Turner lends his bass-angling expertise through services that range from customized fishing lessons to five-hour guided trips on waters such as Lake Allatoona, Lake Lanier, and Lake Sinclair. He welcomes clients aboard his 21-foot Triton boat, outfitted with Hummingbird side-imaging depth finders that create a topographical image of the lake bottom. In addition to lessons and guided trips, Turner gives back through Operation: A Day on the Lake, a program through which tournament anglers take a veteran out for a day of fishing.
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    Red Top Mountain State Park
    Cartersville, GA US
  • River Through Atlanta
    A Roswell native, River Through Atlanta owner Chris Scalley grew up on the Chattahoochee River, which he proudly still calls home. It's not unusual for Chris to spend 200 days or more on the Hooch, as he and his affiliate guides constantly lead fly fishing instruction, boat trips, and wading trips on the river. Because of his lifetime of experience, Chris has accumulated a unique knowledge of the local ecology, behavior of the trout, and how frequently they vote on American Idol. Though he has fished at destination rivers all over the world, Chris still feels that the Hooch holds its own with regard to angling and aesthetics. To preserve these aesthetics, Chris led efforts to protect the Chattahoochee and its sport fishery, earning him recognition in 2007 as a Hero of Conservation in Field & Stream.
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    3760 Paper Mill Rd. SE
    Marietta, GA US
  • KYSC Boat House
    Established: 1980 Reservations/Appointments: Required Staff Size: 2?10 people Average Duration of Services: 2 hours Brands Used: Crescent and Emotion kayaks; Walker Bay 10 and Compac 16 for sail; Sunchaser 20 pontoon Parking: Parking lot Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Lake Arrowhead - the mountain hideaway Recommended Age Group: 25+ Q&A with Captain Rob, Owner When and how did you first develop a passion for your work? When I was in Vietnam with the US Army. For relaxation, special services provided sailboats for us to use. When I returned from overseas and started managing Sears stores, it was a great therapy to get out on the water. What?s your favorite part of your job? Watching the faces of my customers change after a lesson or rental. They are so much more relaxed. It is like a mental massage for them. It is a great stress-buster to get out on the water. Have you ever been a patron of your own business? If so, what was the most enjoyable part? Being part of a class and enjoying in the team-building fun. Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover? My dad was a naval commander. I was born in the Oakland Naval Yard. I built my first boat when I was 8 years old. My wife and I both hold a 50 ton US Coast Guard Sailing Captains License. We have spent 150 days in a 25-foot sailboat circumnavigating Florida. I love the peace being on the water brings.
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    2015 Lake Arrowhead Dr
    Waleska, GA US

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