Current Guided Fishing Trips

Let our registered Maine Guide show you Maine the only way a local can. We love our state and truly feel that Maine is “the way life should be.” We are always open to designing a specialized trip just for you. Contact us if there is a location you’re interested in that isn’t described below. We would love to hear where you would like to explore. To see our fishing reports of past trips visit our fishing reports. We also offer ice fishing trips and bass fishing trips.

May the holes in your net be no larger than the fish in it.  ~Irish Blessing

All trips include shore side lunch, fishing gear will be included upon request. Overnight trips include: three meals and tent accommodations, you provide your own sleeping bag. License fee not included.

Day Trips: $350 for one person and $400 for two people.

1/2 Day Trips (Sebago region only): $250 for one person and $300 for two people.

Overnight Trips: $125 / night + daily price 

Sebago Region

The Sebago region offers a multitude of angling opportunities; whether you prefer lakes or ponds the majority of them are open to year round fishing. Many of the rivers have extended seasons throughout the fall as well and offer steady action through December. Whether fly-fishing, spin casting or bait fishing there is a body of water that is suited to those specific methods and we can tailor any trip to any experience level. There are many bodies of water to pursue native landlocked salmon as well as brook trout, brown trout, smallmouth bass, pike and pickerel. We also love to use traditional trolling methods for trout and salmon in our square stern canoe on the many ponds and lakes throughout the region.

The Sebago Region is located in Southern Maine, close to Portland and can be reached via the Portland International Jetport (PWM), Boston / Logan Airport (BOS), and Manchester, NH Airport. It is a quick drive from any of these areas and there is also Amtrack Rail Service to Portland. It is a great area to experience Maine without the commitment of more than a days travel.

Moosehead Region

The Roach River is a pristine river that is fly fishing only and catch and release. The fishing is good May through June and picks up at the beginning of September. This river is managed for the wild population of brook trout and landlocked salmon. The wading is easy throughout the river. There are also numerous streams and ponds in the area to offer a change up from river fishing.

We’ve all heard the old adage; “you can’t get there from here”. That is true of the Moosehead Region. One of the most beautiful areas of the state of Maine (and well worth the time to visit), this trip will take a little time to arrive at our destination. Located about 4 hours from Portland, with lots of twists and turns to arrive. You’ll want to plan this as a couple of days or a long weekend to get the most out of the area. Our Guides can help you find the right place to stay and suggest other activities in the area if you want to do more than fish.

Katahdin Region

This region has a plethora a small ponds and small rivers to discover as well as larger more powerful rivers. The West Branch of the Penobscot below North Twin Dam is full of salmon with a liberal bag limit for any angler looking to take home a prize catch. Within Baxter State Park there are plenty of trout ponds with phenomenal views of Mount Katahdin to explore. On the north side of this region the Sebois River has great trout fishing in the month of May and June. We also have many different honey holes throughout this region that offer a nice change of pace to the more popular spots.

The Katahdin Region of Maine is one of the most beautiful areas of the state. Although a bit of a drive from Portland or Boston, it’s a straight shot up I-95, making it more accessible to those traveling from away. Home to most of Maine’s 281 miles of Appalachian Trail, the views and fishing in this area are jaw dropping!

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Jon Peterson Registered Maine Guide.

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