Milford Fishing Guide


I was born and raised in Kansas and have fished on Milford Lake since the late 70's. I started fishing walleye tournaments in the 1980's and was Vice President and Tounament Director of the Kansas Walleye Association for many years. I questioned why I was chasing tournaments all over the country, when I live on the most beautiful and largest lake in Kansas. Milford Lake is also home to one of the best fisheries in Kansas. I decided to stop fishing tournaments and start doing something that I enjoyed even more, guiding fishing trips. Since then I have been guiding fishing trips on Milford Lake for over 10 years. I can accommodate almost any size of party or group. Enjoy a guys fishing day, family outing or business outing. Corporate fishing charters and lodging are available on the lake. Contact me at 785-632-4656 to reserve your fishing experience! See you at Milford Lake!

What We Provide

Fishing Equipment - Includes premium rods & reels, bait and tackle.

Safety Equipment - Including personal flotation devices provided for adults. If bringing young children please let us know in advance so we can accomodate their safety needs.

Fish Cleaning and bagging - We also clean and bag your fish for you at the end of the day.

Fishing Season - Fishing in Kansas is seasonal and on Milford Lake runs from Mid April through November. Each month offers a different fishing experience based on fish species and tackle used.

Fishing Boats - You’re sure to be successful fishing from our Deep-V Skeeter walleye boat or our 24' tri-toon boat (shown below) with 150 hp motor, premium fishing equipment and electronics.

What You Need To Bring

Camera - Bring a good camera to record your fishing trip and great catch.
Personal Items - To have an enjoyable fishing trip please consider bringing the following with you. Sunglasses (fishing type), large brimmed hat, sunscreen, change of clothes including extra socks and shoes.
Proper seasonal clothing - Be prepared for a variety of weather conditions. Weather on the lake is typically cooler and wetter, but may also be hot.
Food - Bring food for lunch and beverages. Bring a cooler to keep your food safe and drinks cool. You will need a cooler big enough to take your fish home.
Kansas Fishing License - Available at most sporting goods stores or get your fishing license online.
Local Dining - There are locations on the lake for casual fast food.
Lake Facilities - Bathrooms are available for your use all around the lake.

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