Mark Collins Guide Service
Mark Collins Guide Service on Weiss Lake, Neely Henry Lake and Logan Martin Lake,  Alabama
Crappie, Stripers and Bass Fishing Guide Service

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A Full time Professional fishing guide service For Slab Crappie , Striper's and Bass on World Famous WEISS LAKE ALABAMA The Crappie Capital Of The World.

Now Offering Sunset Cruises and Eco Tours For Up to 6 people

The ONLY Guide service on Lake Weiss where the guide does not fish and the clients catch EVERY fish that comes in the boat. I offer unmatched customer service because I spend my time taking care of my clients. Fully Licensed and Insured

Now available for sale 50 of my proven GPS way points for off shore structure for Bass, Crappie and Striper fishing on Weiss Lake, Alabama !

For more info contact Ken Sturdivant at ken@havefunfishing.com 
 
Located in northeast Alabama in Cherokee County  1 1/2 hours from Birmingham Alabama and Atlanta Georgia on the Alabama and Georgia border.

Weiss Lake is a 30,200 acre impoundment with 455 miles of shore line. With its acre's of shallow water and many deeper river channels and plenty of cover it is The premier lake in the World for catching slab Crappie.

NO ALCOHOL ALLOWED, WEISS LAKE IS IN A DRY COUNTY

FISH CLEANING IS NOT INCLUDED

 

   

  

With over 40 years of experience fishing this lake and 21 years as a Professional guide with a proven record of CATCHING FISH  in varying conditions, I can assure you of a quality trip.

 

For a fishing trip of a lifetime come fish with me on world famous Weiss Lake Alabama the Crappie Capital of the World ! And Striper Capital of the South ! 

 

NO FISH NO PAY

Have Fun Fishing !

Mark Collins

256-779-3387

Be Sure To Check Out My Crappie and Stripers Picture Pages For All My Recent Pictures

 

Guest 6 times on Gary Finch Outdoors Television series

Mobile, Alabama

www.garyfinchoutdoors.com

 

Guest on Doug and Hugh Outdoors Television series Nashville Tn.

 

 

Featured 3 times in Georgia Outdoor News  and Alabama Out Door News Magazine

 http://www.gon.com/article.php?id=138&cid=115