What kind of trips do you offer?
Fly Fishing Trips For Trout and SalmonWhile rowing our fishing raft or drift boat, our Registered Maine Guides provide river knowledge and excellent boat handling to get you into the right position. This is a perfect way to gain confidence in a variety of fly fishing techniques. We offer several river options for your day of fishing. Each trip includes beverages, snacks, a hearty lunch, a Registered Maine Guide, and all the equipment you need for a great day of fly fishing. Season: May 15 – October 31 Rates:
- 1-2 anglers - $550/day
- 3 anglers - $600/day
Two-Day Dead River Gorge - Draining Flagstaff Lake, the Dead River is an early season fishery with the best months being May and June. It is a bit of a fickle river in regards to floatable water levels and its length (14 miles) and its remoteness (lack of boat launches) make it a two-day experience. We, the anglers, are able to shuttle out at the end of the first day, but we’ll leave the raft in the river and return in the morning to finish the float. When the levels are right, landlocked salmon and brook trout along with class 1-3 rapids provide the challenge for a postcard float down this beautiful, remote river gorge. Rates: 1-2 anglers - $1,200
Smallmouth Bass FishingNo matter your experience level, Kennebec River Angler has a guided bass fishing trip for you. These hard-fighting fish are just waiting for you to catch them. We access hard-to-reach, remote and uncrowded stretches of water using rafts, drift boats, and jet-drive bass boats. Beginners and those on a tight schedule will enjoy our half-day float trips for smallmouth bass and our full-day trophy bass fishing trips will impress even the most experienced bass anglers. Each bass trip includes a Registered Maine Fishing Guide and all the necessary equipment. Although these are designed as spin fishing trips, you can request fly fishing. We supply transportation to and from your local accommodations to the river, snacks, water, and a hearty riverside lunch on full-day trips. All our trips are catch-and-release so be sure to bring your camera! You’ll also want to bring a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, and rain gear (rain jackets and pants are recommended as we fish rain or shine). While we do provide all tackle, if you prefer to use your own gear, we recommend: medium-weight spinning rods and 6 – 10lb test line, 4 – 7 weight fly rods with floating, sink tip, and full sinking lines.
Call us at 1-207-672-3408 to book your guided bass fishing trip.Full-Day Smallmouth Bass Fishing - Join us for a full day of bass fishing in some of the best smallmouth fisheries Maine has to offer. Remote lakes and river systems are our specialties. Trophy-sized smallmouth up to 5 pounds and as long as 23 inches are caught each season on these waters. The best part is, these fisheries are uncrowded, remote, and just beautiful bodies of water to spend a day on. Your guides will assist in tackle selection and techniques while directing you to a variety of fish-holding locations. Rock piles, shoals, stump fields, grass flats, and current breaks all provide excellent cover and habitat for these hard-fighting bronzebacks. Season: May 15- September 30 Rates:
- 1-2 anglers……$550
- 3 anglers………$600
- 1 – 2 anglers……$300
- 3 anglers………..$350
Customized Trips and Other LocationsIf you have an idea for a unique fishing experience, give us a call and let us assist in creating a memorable trip.
- Group Trips: Give us a call and we can help design a fishing experience for your Corporate Retreat, Bachelor Party, Family Vacation, or Group Outing.
- Fly Fishing Lessons: We offer a complete, hands-on lesson package for those beginners looking to get into the sport of fly fishing. Novice and experienced anglers can benefit from a day with our guides assisting in perfecting specific techniques such as nymph fishing.
- Other Locations: We are familiar with many of our State’s great fisheries. If you are not going to be coming to our area, maybe we can come to yours. We offer trips in and around the following locations.
- The Penobscot River – Millinocket, Howland, Old Town, Bangor
- The Kennebec River – Gardiner, Augusta, Waterville, Skowhegan, Madison
- The Androscoggin River – Rumford, Dixfield, Turner, Lewiston, Auburn, Brunswick