Now is the time for Channel Catfish! They are biting great and we are limiting out 99% of the time! This is the best time to take out the women and children who like to "catch" and not fish, as it's constant action and lots of fun!
I still have plenty of openings left, so give me a call!



 
Lake Tawakoni Guide Service has the Lake Tawakoni Record Channel Catfish!  On 1-17-2013, HL Thomas caught the new lake record Channel Catfish weighing 29.08 lbs that beat the old record of 19.39 lbs!!! That beat the rod and reel record and the catch and release record for Lake Tawakoni and only missed the state record by 5 lbs!!!


I am now on Facebook and will try to bring you updates and constant updates on my trips! In the near future I will also be using it to announce specials or discount trips! So search for Lake Tawakoni Guide Service and "Like" me to get your updates and specials!!!
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Your next fishing trip, plan to go with Professional (Full Time) fishing guide Larry Thomas. Don't be fooled by those part time guides and guides that fish other lakes! I have been fishing ONLY Lake Tawakoni for 10 years,  and it's my full time job! So, I know the lake, where the fish are and how to catch em!!!!!



Plan your next fishing adventure
with Lake Tawakoni Catfish Guide Larry Thomas Today!

Lake Tawakoni was impounded in 1960 and has an area of 36,700 acres. Located about 7 miles east of Quinlan, Texas. Lake Tawakoni is about 1 hours drive east of Dallas, Tx and offers some of the best fishing around!
I offer Guided trips year round on Lake Tawakoni.
I offer groups up to 8-10 people at any age. From the novice to the experienced angler, anyone is welcome! Make your next family vacation, family reunion or weekend get away something special with a fishing trip on Lake Tawakoni with Larry Thomas as your Guide!

Tawaknoi Guide Service has 2 boats available now! I have a 27 Foot  Panga Legend Center Console that is great for drifting and windy conditions. I also have a 25' Pontoon boat that is great for just laying back and relaxing.
What to Bring:
sunscreen, raincoat or jacket(if needed), cooler with favorite beverage, sunglasses, camera, snack, and fishing license. If you have a mp3 player with your favorite music we can plug it into the boat also!
Don't forget fishing license!
 
 
If you want to bring your favorite music, I have a jack in the boat to plug up your music player to, so bring it along!

The music im playing is Justin Bowerman's Jugline! He introduced me to his music out on a trip and I just love it! You cant get a much better fishen song than this!
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