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About Millwood Lake

Millwood Lake is in southwest Arkansas, about 30 miles from the Texas border and about 12 miles east of Ashdown, AR. Millwood Lake has some of the best fishing in the country along with a wide variety of wildlife viewing opportunities. Whether you are seeking a place to fish, camp, swim, or just relax, Millwood Lake is just the place for you.

The Dam

Millwood Dam is located on the Little River, 16 river miles upstream from its confluence with the Red River. Millwood Lake was formed when the state's longest earthen dam of 3.33 miles was completed across the Little River. Construction of the dam began in 1961 and was completed for flood control operations in 1966. Millwood Lake is a key unit in the general flood reduction system for the Red River below Lake Texoma. In addition to flood control, it also is used for water supply, recreation and to improve fish and wildlife habitat.

The Lake

For years, Millwood has been known as one of the hottest bass fishing lakes in the nation. Each year it is the site of many bass tournaments and fishing derbies held by local and out-of-state organizations, all in search of Millwood's lunker largemouth bass. The lake region affords great diversity of fish and wildlife habitat. Some 20,000 acres of submerged timber provide excellent fish habitat for a wide variety of fish including largemouth, white striped, and spotted bass, channel and flathead catfish, bluegill, sunfish, buffalo carp and drum.


Millwood Lake has 12 recreation areas around the lake. There are 12 boat ramps, 8 campgrounds, 3 picnic shelters, and 1 designated swim area. Alligators are a part of the natural habitat at Millwood. Be cautious and keep safety in mind while boating, swimming, or fishing. Please remember whatever your recreational interest - play it safe at the lake.

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Millwood Lake Fishing Report 01/02/2013

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