Stone's Guide Service


United States


204 Cambell Dr, Harrison, AR 72601


Latitude: 36.251640

Longitude: -93.093429




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Branson, Missouri may be the hotspot for tourists and family fun, but it's also got some of the hottest fishing places anywhere!  Don't miss the opportunity to fish for trophy size keepers, while enjoying the beautiful Ozarks scenery! Come spend the day with Phillip Stone, a top fishing guide in the Branson area, who will show you the best spots to find fish that are biting!    Phillip is a full-time professional, US Coast Guard licensed and insured fishing guide with over 20 years' experience on the Branson, Missouri area lakes, including  Table Rock Lake, Bull Shoals Lake and Lake Taneycomo. He has repeated tournament successes and is a Pro Staff Member with several top fishing companies. He regularly contributes fishing reports and tips to anglers everywhere.  Phillip has the experience and knowledge that will guide you to your prize fish, and his services are offered year-round to meet all your fishing needs.​

Stone's Guide Service offers 8 hour (full-day trips), 6 hour (3/4 day) trips and 4 hour (half-day) trips to individuals, families, groups, corporate trips and professional anglers. Your trip will be tailored to the type of fish you looking to catch, and to your skill level, whether you're a beginner or seasoned professional. Phillip will share his experiences and teach you his winning techniques. The  guided trip will be from a fully rigged 2013 Legend Bass Boat with your comfort, satisfaction safety, and catching lots of fish being the highest priority!

Have a larger group? No worries! Phil can comfortably  accommodate up to 5 people on his boat!  And if your group is even larger, Phil will add additional boats and guides to the trip.


The lakes around the Branson area are some of the best lakes for  fishing in the entire USA:

​Table Rock Lake is known for catching large mouth bass, smallmouth bass, crappie, white bass, blue gill and catfish.

Largemouth Bass: The best times for bass are from early spring to late fall and can be caught on a variety of shallow water lures. Bass tend to suspend over open water through the summer and winter months.variety of shallow water lures.  Bass tend to suspend over open water through the summer and winter months.

Crappie: Are best from late March through early June. They are typically found in shallow spawning pockets, and concentrated around submerged timber. They're caught by using small minnow imitating baits.:

White Bass: The best time to catch White Bass is the summer months. We'll be looking for schools on main lake points first thing in the morning. The best baits are jigging spoons and small topwater lures.

​Lake Taneycomo is famous for trophy sized rainbow trout and brown trout.  At least 750,000 trout are stocked every year.

Rainbow Trout: Fishing is good year found. The best baits are power bait, small jigs and flys.

Brown Trout: Fishing is usually better in the fall to winter using jerkbaits or live night crawlers.

​Bull Shoals Lake boasts catching largemouth bass, crappie, smallmouth bass, white bass, blue gill, catfish, walleye and occasional striped bass.

Bass: The best times for bass are late winter to fall. They can be found shallow in the spring on jerkbaits, crankbaits and jigs. Bass tend to move deeper in the summer months and can be caught on jigs in deeper brush piles.

Crappie: The best times for Crappie are in the spring and fall. Best baits are small minnow imitating lures around brush piles or standing timber.

Walleye: Your best times for Walleye are winter thgouth early summer using jigging spoons, jerkbaits or live nightcrawlers.

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