Catching Not Fishing Guide Service provides a great atmosphere for team building for your next corporate event. One of the best advantages of Catching Not Fishing is all skill levels of fishermen can be involved. No prior knowledge or experience is required. Groups of 30 to 50 people can easily be handled. Each of the boats hold four people comfortably. Below are some of the most common questions:
Are bathrooms available throughout the trip? Yes, one good thing about Lake Lanier is the availability of parks around the lake. There is usually a bathroom available a short distance anywhere on the lake. Please just advise the guide a little ahead of time.
Are Fishing License Required? Yes. They can be purchased online ahead of time here. We are not allowed to have a group license like coastal charters.
Can food be provided or catered? Yes, there are several good options for food. Catching Not Fishing does not provide food but does have a working relationship with two local BBQ caterers. Mike Hallworth who owns Mike Mtn. BBQ and Sherries Bait and BBQ. Both are excellent choices. Another option is to stop at Pig Tails Restaurant on the lake. Pig Tails is centrally located on the lake and the most popular option for food after an outing on the lake. Check out Pig Tails here.
What is the best time of year for corporate events? The best time of year is a difficult question. Each season has its advantages and disadvantages. For instance, Summer is the most consistent fishing of the year due to the stable weather usually associated with Summer. However Summer is much hotter and the heat is too much for some people with health conditions. The weather is the best in the Spring and Fall so that is the best advantage of the Spring and Fall. Lastly Winter is the least popular for corporate events but the afternoons in the Winter can be excellent. May times the best fishing in the Winter is midday when the weather is perfect.