Mid-Coast to Northern Maine
NORTHERN MAINE: Spend your day casting and catching as you fish along the excellent fisheries of the Penobscot River where the Smallmouth Bass are feisty and in abundance.
The Penobscot River is known for first class fishing, unmatched beauty, and miles of wilderness.
FLY or SPIN Fish
MID-COAST MAINE: Fish the hidden gems of Camden and Lincolnville's clear water lakes, where the Bass are hefty and hungry.
for the novice, avid, and experienced fishermen.
All Fishing Tackle - Comfortable Lund Fishing Boat, with trolling motor - AND... Traditional Maine Guide Shore Lunch.
DAY TRIP FEES:
Full Day: $350.00 up to two people
Half Day: $250.00 up to two people
As you plan your adventure to fish with Capt. John and stay at the River Nest, we can tailor any trip to fit your Dream.
This exciting adventure is host to your party only. There will be no one to share the River Nest, Meals, or Hosts with.
INCLUDES: All-Inclusive; Accommodations, Home Cooked Meals, Knowledgeable and Professional Maine Guide at your disposal for one or two anglers, and Transportation to and from fisheries. Catering to one party only.
The remoteness of Penobscot River is an outdoor sportsman’s dream, rewarding anglers with better fishing than routinely found in more accessible Maine rivers. The Penobscot River is a lengthy, majestic river, stretching over the land for 100’s miles, which flows east into the Atlantic Ocean. This rugged river is bordered by mighty oaks and woodlands and is a true picture of the wild and natural beauty of Maine.
Some of the best fishing in Maine is found within the stretches of this both fast and slow-moving waters. Come experience World Class Fishing at one of the most respected fishing destinations in Maine.
Wild Fish Equates to Wild Places
Some fisherman who come to the North Maine Woods prefer a remote wilderness fishing experience.
Fly-out fishing trips into dozens of deep water trout ponds within and around the Highlands of Mt. Katahdin.
This trip is for the Adventurers wanting to fish for wild native trout and the features these brookies prefer: clean water and no competition from other fish species; just insects for food – and the fly on the end of your line.
Fishing for native brook trout never takes you any place ugly and can only be described as a world of its own.
Getting to those remote waters is one of the things that make this fishing trip so special.
Float Plane "NO Road" Access
Wild Native Trout Fishing
All-inclusive / Cabin / Meals / Flight / Gear / Professional Guide / Tall Tales / Wild Trout
A trip that you'll talk about for a lifetime.
World Class Fishing in an Uncrowded World
Smallmouth BASS - Wild Native TROUT
If you’re seeking warm hospitality, impeccable shore lunches, masterful guides, and excellent fisheries of Maine - you’ve found the right place. Welcome!
For nearly 200 years the Maine’s woods and waters has welcomed anglers from around the world and have provided them with exceptional fishing, personalized service, & experiences that last a lifetime.
Capt. John A. Rogers, a licensed Registered Master Maine Guide provides outstanding service to anglers from all over and cordially invites you to explore an adventurous fishing trip in Maine.
Choose your Adventure and let us Create the perfect trip for you.
Mid-Coast Maine, Northern Maine, Highlands of Mt. Katahdin
Day, Multi-Day, and Fly-Out Remote Trips.
Rivers, Lakes, and Ponds
Our goal is for you to have an experience that will last a lifetime, and that starts now. The first step is to choose a date. Prime fishing season starts about the third week of May, just in time for the May Fly Hatch and wraps up around mid-September when the water is cool & the colors are beautiful.
GUIDED FISHING SEASON: Mid-May to Mid-September