With nicer days lately, our phones have been busy and prime dates are going fast. Don’t wait until the last minute to book your trips, those dates might not be available. May has a few dates left, the first week of June is sold out,…
Beginning May 1st, per the Governor’s most recent orders, we will be allowed to guide in-state residents for what appears to be the months of May, June and July.
So, Maine will be under a stay at home order until May 1, 2020 due to the virus. But, we are allowed to go fishing according to our Governor. Our trips don’t begin until mid-May. so we are taking a wait and see approach to this.
Fly fishing in Maine……well maybe not today. We woke up to 4 degree temps this morning, but this is going to end soon and before you know it, spring will be here and we’ll be back fishing in the Kennebec River. Our prime season dates of late May through July are starting to fill up, so this is a friendly reminder to get in touch with us to secure your dates for a fishing trip in 2020.
While the water temps are in the 70’s, we are enjoying some great smallmouth bass fishing on both our half day float trips and our full day trophy trips. Here’s a long time guest and his grandsons showing off a couple of big smallies we…
It’s not too late to book your guided fishing trip in Maine. Give us a call for a trip to remember.
Here’s a happy fly fisherman on my first Kennebec River Gorge trip of the season. It took a while for the water to come down, but we are now in business.
Fly Fishing in Maine is heating up. Water levels are leveling out and the water temperatures are reaching 50 degrees. That’s all it takes to get things going.
Kicking off Memorial Day Weekend with a great day of fishing on Maine’s Kennebec River!