Our Crew – Phill’s Guide Service is led by professional fishing guide, Phill Hurlbut. Phill has had several years of experience as a guide on Lake Lewisville. Phill’s Guide Service is fully licensed and insured.
Our Philosophy – For years, we dreamt of making top-notch, guided fishing trips affordable for everyone, and, with hard work, Phill’s Guide Service has made that dream a reality. Our no-frills approach to fishing guide service keeps our rates low, and that means you can afford to bring your entire family on the fishing trip of a lifetime. We are the most economical choice for anglers wishing to take a guided fishing trip on Lake Lewisville. We personalize each trip based on the skills and personalities of the group. We are in this business to build memories—one client at a time.
Our Equipment – Your vessel for the day will be a well-equipped 22′ Fishmaster center console bay boat. We furnish your party with top-of-the-line rods, reels and tackle. Phill’s Guide Service’s boat is equipped with the latest in electronics and top of the line equipment.
The only items you will need to bring are a valid Texas fishing license, cooler with your beverages and snacks, weather-appropriate clothes, sunscreen and, most importantly, a camera to take photos of your catch.
Most trips start at the Little Elm boat ramp located at: 135 Lighthouse Drive, Little Elm, TX 75068. The boat ramp is located in Little Elm Park and is directly across the street from several local restaurants as well as a great convenience store where you can purchase a fishing license. When parking, please make sure to park in the free designated parking spaces for vehicles without boat trailers. I’ll have the boat waiting for you in one of the stalls on the boat dock. When the trip ends we will return to the ramp and everyone may feel free to use the amenities including public bathrooms, the swim beach, the light house grill, and volleyball courts. There will be several opportunities to take photos before I clean and bag your catch.
Close up view of the ramp location:
View from afar showing the entire lake: