License Number: All our Guides are fully Licensed by the AG&FC.
Species Fished:Freshwater: Bass,Largemouth Bass,White Bass, Hybrid Bass, Spotted Bass.
Number of People Allowed: up to 2 clients, per guide boat.
Parties of more than 2 are welcome also with advance notice for our other guides in Millwood Lake Guide Services.
Area of Service: We support the Arkansas Game and Fish Foundation, Catch and Release Foundation and all Federal Restoration and Conservation projects.
We guide for Black Bass (Largemouth), White Bass (seasonally), and Kentucky Bass. We can supply tackle, photography, cold drinks and snacks (no alcohol).
We can provide and assist with your lodging reservations or state park and RV reservations.
Reasonable rates quoted from beginners to seasoned veterans.
Millwood is approx 35,000 acreas w/ 16 gate dam and state park operated by the USCE. It is fed by 3 rivers full of cypress trees, stumps, laydowns, hydrilla, coontail deertounge grass, lily pads, and standing timber. It is full to the brim with baitfish (threadfin shad, etc.) and huge bass.
Largemouth bass lake record is over 14 pounds, with numerous others in the 10-13 pound class taken very recently.
According to numerous biologists and population surveys, the next Arkansas State record Largemouth very likely swims in Millwood Lake, RIGHT NOW.
The Arkansas Game & Fish Commission has stocked Millwood Lake with purebred Florida Bass for the last 15 years to improve the genetics of the population. And boy howdy, has it EXPLODED with HUGE BASS!
Prime spawning cycles (including the pre-spawn) begin in mid to late February and last through May in various parts of the lake. Summer, June - September are almost always a top water bonanza on this fine southwest Arkansas reservoir.
Buzz baits, baby Torpedoes, Pop-R's, Zara Spooks, Spit'n Images, and Shad imitations such as Shad Assassins, all draw a ferocious attack at the surface on Millwood.
Fall schooling activities begin in mid to late September and continue through November into December, depending upon the number and severity of cold frontal passages.
It is common to catch numbers of 50 to 200 and more White Bass when the fall migration and run begins.
Let us pencil in a relaxing and exciting day of great fun for you, on this extremely scenic, gorgeous SW Arkansas natural beauty of a lake. Come and join us for a day of fun and relaxation from the hussle and bussle of every day stress in the office.
Who knows, you may very well be the next Arkansas State Largemouth Bass record holder! It may very well be the trip of a lifetime!