Tawakoni Guide Service
Lake Tawakoni Fishing Guides targeting Trophy Blue Catfish, Hybrid, Striper, White Bass and Crappie
Tawakoni Guide Service is North Texas Largest Fishing Guide Service - Legendary Guide and Captain Michael Littlejohn runs a FULL-TIME GUIDE & INSTRUCTIONAL Service on beautiful Lake Tawakoni. We are licensed Captains and Professional Fishing Guides, with an incredible 5-Star rating from over 100 customers on GOOGLE alone and many excellent reviews on Facebook.
Our Guides have put customers on many Tawakoni Lake Records and we are the "Home of the Lake Tawakoni Blue Catfish Record", The IGFA World Record Blue Catfish (Male Small fry World Record), The Hybrid Striper C/R Record and the White Bass Jr Angler Record. The New Texas State Record Jr Blue Catfish and the Lake Tawakoni Jr. Blue Catfish Water Body Record. Lake Tawakoni Guide Service is the Highest Rated Guide Service on Lake Tawakoni.
Lake Tawakoni is Texas' BEST fishing Lake and is only 1 hour east of downtown DALLAS and 4 hours northeast of AUSTIN and HOUSTON and 15 minutes from Lake Fork. We offer Family Friendly fishing trips, Corporate Multi-Boat trips as well as advanced trips for serious anglers wanting to catch a fish of a lifetime!
We are the LARGEST & ONLY Guide Service on the lake that specializes in Multi-Species trips including: Striper Fishing, Hybrid Fishing, White Bass, Channel Catfish, Largemouth Bass, Crappie Fishing and Monster Trophy Blue Catfish Fishing. We Launch from our Private Gated Property on Lake Tawakoni. Check out our Weekly Fishing Report
We run 5 - 25ft Large Comfortable Center Console Boats with seating. Our boats provide the very best in fishing gear and latest electronics and side-imaging. Beyond being the Catfish Capital of Texas, Lake Tawakoni also boasts by far some of the LARGEST White-Bass in the state w/ some weighing in over 3lbs.
About this trip
Captain Michael Littlejohn - Guide / Owner
I am U.S. Coast Guard licensed captain and hold guide licenses both fresh and salt from the State of Texas. I have been guiding since 1998. As a matter of fact, I put myself through college guiding fishermen for catfish and crappie on Cedar Creek Lake. But, before that at a very young age my father and grandfather (both excellent fishermen in their own right) introduced me to lifelong passion of fishing.
I think my mere drive to provide the best guide service in TEXAS, mixed with the fact i'm among the youngest among my colleges pushes me. I always try to top my last trip and it snowballs from there. I leave it all on the lake...giving it everything I have on EVERY trip. It's just the competitive nature in me. From stretching the string on the Texas Gulf Coast, to kayaking the devils river and fishing for small mouth bass, my love for fishing in Texas has been long lived. Over the last several years, my desire has grown to teach others how to fish. Nothing is better than spending time w/ folks on the water and watching them enjoy themselves catching fish, sharing stories and making lifelong memories.
I am also an avid competitive tournament trophy blue cat fisherman. The sport and conservation of the Trophy Blue Catfish has grown and so has the desire of people to learn to catch these fish. Something I enjoy is to help others learn about the large blue catfish and help fellow fishermen learn to catch them on rod and reel.
When it comes down to it, hardly anything compares to catching large crappie on light tackle – year round. No matter what time of the year, I enjoy teaching others to catch large barn door crappie on Lakes Tawakoni and Cedar Creek. I also travel to other lakes and help other fishermen fine tune their electronics and side-imaging. I enjoy tweaking the electronics to maximize their potential for any application of fishing. When off the water, I enjoy photography, videography, video editing, guitar, playing football, outdoor writing, yard work and spending time w/ my wife and family.