Millwood Lake Guide Service Updated:01/2019

Millwood Lake Guide Service has been featured numerous times on the popular TV show Fishing Country with Charlie Pack. We guide for Largemouth bass,White bass, Kentucky bass, and Crappie.

Since 1990, Millwood Lake Guide Service has supported and worked with Arkansas Game and Fish Commission and The US Army Corps of Engineers regularly, Catch and Release Foundation, Black Bass Federation and Restoration Projects.

Millwood Lake Guide Service can supply tackle, photography, cold drinks (no alcohol) and snacks, assist in area lodging reservations or state park and RV reservations, etc. Reasonable rates quoted. From beginners to seasoned veterans. Millwood Lake is approximately 35,000 acres w/13 gate dam and 12 parks operated by the US Army Corps of Engineers, and the Millwood State Park operated by the Arkansas Dept of 
Parks and Tourism. Fed by 3 rivers, it is a bass haven. Cypress trees, laydowns, stumps, hydrilla, coontail moss , deertounge grass, eel grass, Lilly pads, and standing timber fill this lake to the brim with bait fish and huge bass. Lake record Largemouth bass is over 14.5 pounds, with numerous others taken in the 10-13 pound class very recently. The next Arkansas state record Largemouth likely swims in Millwood.

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Contact Millwood Lake Guide Service

P.O. Box 4957
Texarkana, TX  75505-4957
Phone: 870-772-6840

Service Area

Statewide service provider in:
  • Arkansas
  • Texas
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