A Day on the Water

Enjoy a day on the water in a traditional cedar and canvas canoe. Fishing and sightseeing trips are generally run out of an 18′ Norwest cedar and canvas canoe with a 10 hp motor. Paddling and remote pond trips are run out of 16′ and 17′ Old Town canoes and cedar and canvas Goose River Guide Canoes made by Bob White of Rockport, Maine. I also offer hike-in or fly-in trips for trout and salmon.

The Full Day Adventure

Full day adventures are eight hour trips that include coffee, tea, and a hearty lunch served by your guide. Depending on the body of water and client preference, a traditional Maine shore lunch can be prepared. I always try to include something fresh from my garden. When in season, wild blueberries and raspberries are a favorite. Fishing rods, lures and flies are included.

Depending on your schedule, trips are run from the morning to afternoon or afternoon to the evening. You can expect to see eagles, loons, migratory waterfowl, deer, and plenty of fish. In northern regions, you can also expect to see moose. Make sure to bring your camera!

The Half Day Adventure

Half day adventures include coffee, tea, homemade baked goods, or whatever is fresh from the garden. Fishing rods, lures and flies are included.

You can expect to see eagles, loons, migratory waterfowl, deer, and plenty of fish. In northern regions, you can also expect to see moose. Make sure to bring your camera!

Morning Trips:

Most morning trips run from 7:00 am to 11:00 am. However, when the weather is warm, the best fishing is often before 7:00 am.  When you book a half day trip, we can discuss different options for the start time of your fishing adventure.

Afternoon Trips:

Most afternoon trips run from 3:30 pm to 7:30 pm.  While the best fishing is often between 5:00 pm and 8:00 pm, afternoon start times can be flexible. Clients often have dinner plans and busy vacation schedules.  When you book a half day trip, we can discuss different options for the start time of your fishing adventure.

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