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Kent Klewein made the decision to become a fly fishing guide at the young age of 10. All it took was one guided fishing trip that his father took him on for his 10th birthday. Every day following you'd find Kent on one of his local streams or lakes honing his fishing skills until dinner time.
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Fly Fishing for Trophy Trout in Georgia's Noontootla Creek
Kent Klewein is well known in Georgia for being the top guide for putting clients on trophy rainbow and brown trout on Noontootla Creek and its tributaries. Learn how to hook up with these trophies southern style on this show.
Upon graduation from college with his Bachelor's in Business Administration and completion of Bressler Oufitters fly fishing guide school out of Jackson, WY in 2000, Kent began his guiding career full-time in North Georgia & North Carolina. In 2001, he established Reel Job Fishing, LLC, a fly fishing and conventional guide service targeting trout and bass throughout the southeast. Kent's well known for being the top guide for putting clients on trophy rainbow and brown trout on the Toccoa River and its tributaries located in North Georgia. On his off days you'll find him in his Ranger bass boat chasing big smallmouth and largemouth bass on the fly.
Kent's been recognized in publications and media such as The Southeast's Best Fly Fishing, by Author James Buice, American Angler Magazine, Georgia Sportsman Magazine, Trout Unlimited Magazine, ESPN The Fly Fishing Masters, and Aarons Outdoors - Pursuit Channel. He also has been featured in fly fishing catalogs for Scott Fly Rods, Korkers, and Redington.
"I’m a very serious angler, and I don’t accept defeat easily. I fish hard and try to learn something new each time I’m on the water. The pursuit and hunt never gets old to me and each fish that’s tricked with the proper fly choice and presentation strengthens my feeling that being a guide is what I was put on this planet to do". Kent Klewein
For more information about Kent Klewein, his guide service and blog please visit www.Kent-Klewein.com.