Drift Boat Trips

East Outlet of the Kennebec River
Drift Boat Trip

While fly fishing in Maine, spend a day with one of our guides on the famous East Outlet of the Kennebec River that flows through 3 1/2 miles of conservation land from Moosehead Lake to Indian Pond. Learn the ways of landlocked salmon and brook trout on one of Maine’s most beautiful, undeveloped stretches of river. Your guide will maneuver you to pools and eddies inaccessible to wade fisherman. He’ll set anchor in beautiful pools so you can stand and cast to fish feeding along eddy lines and long runs. Our guides are expert casters and coach you with casting instruction, teaching you the different fishing techniques we use to entice a feeding fish into taking your delicately presented fly.

No need to bring any lunch, your guide has everything and prepares a delicious riverside lunch along the way. This trip is one folks absolutely love and can’t wait to do again and again.

Trip includes transportation from the fly shop, a great shore lunch, casting instruction, gear and a full day of fishing. The cost is $450 for one or two people.
A 50% deposit is required to confirm any trip.

West Branch of the Penobscot River
Drift Boat Trip

Take a drift boat trip to the famous West Branch of the Penobscot River below Ripogenus Dam with one of our Registered Maine Guides. The West Branch of the Penobscot is truly unique because all the landlocked salmon are born and spend their entire lives in the river. They thrive in this river environment because of the flush of smelt from the lake above Ripogenus Dam and the huge abundance of aquatic insects. Your guide knows the river like his back yard and will teach you how to fish it from the surface to the bottom. The West Branch of the Penobscot is one of the few rivers remaining where landlocked salmon still grow to trophy size.
Trip includes transportation from the fly shop, a great shore cookout, gear and a full day of fishing. The cost is $450 for one or two people.
A 50% deposit is required to confirm any trip.

This trip is featured in the book ” FIFTY PLACES to FLY FISH BEFORE YOU DIE” by Chris Santella