Lake Lanier Fishing Guides

The Catching Not Fishing Guide Service captains have a combined experience of guiding on Lake Lanier of easily over 40 years. The combined years of experience just fishing are too many to count. When you book Catching Not Fishing Guide Service you get the experience you deserve.

Captain Clay Cunningham

Lake Lanier Guide
Being raised about three miles from the shores of Lake Lanier has given Captain Clay a lifetime of experience on Lake Lanier. Early in life it was mostly crappie and bream from the bank but once able to drive he was able to head to the lake at all times. After receiving his Bachelor’s Degree from North Georgia College & State University. Captain Clay decided to pursue his dream as a guide on Lake Lanier. Now over twelve years later, Captain Clay is glad to be able to fish on Lake Lanier over 250 days a year for stripers. Capt. Clay is one of the few guides that are actively U.S.C.G. licensed. When not fishing, Clay enjoys spending time with his wife Carmen and two kids Cydney and Carter.

Brian Nyswaner

Lake Lanier Guide Brian
Brian Nyswaner has been fishing on Lake Lanier over the last two decades and has been guiding on Lake Lanier most of the last decade. Some of you will recognize him from working out of some of the old bait shops on the west side of the lake. If you see a yellow Triton bay boat with no stickers on it catching fish away from all the other boats you have found him. Brian graduated from the University of Georgia so you may not want to wear orange or a few other known colors.Lake Lanier is truly one of the best striper fishing lakes in the nation.

Captain Larry Walsingham

Lake Lanier Guide - Larry
Captain Larry Walsingham has now retired and enjoying life. You may still see him out fishing.

Here at Catching Not Fishing our goal is for you to have the best fishing trip you have ever had on the water. If there is anything we can do to make your trip more enjoyable be sure to let us know. The key is to catch fish and have a great time. We hope to see you soon on Lake Lanier.