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Fishing Guide and Charter Service on Moosehead Lake

 

Fishing Guide Service

Spend some time fishing with us for Brook Trout, Landlocked Salmon and Lake Trout. Our well maintained, safe equipment and experienced guide ensures an enjoyable trip. With flexible trip lengths from 2 to 8 hours, it is our goal to provide reasonably priced, fun fishing trips for families and friends. 

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Charter & Scenic Boat Tours

Sunset cruises, relaxing boat rides, fall foliage viewing and so much more. Let us show you Moosehead Lake. Like our fishing trips, our scenic tours have flexible durations to fit your vacation schedule. We also offer shuttle services to the many primitive campsites, islands, Mount Kineo and hiking trails. 

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About Moosehead Lake

Moosehead Lake is Maine's largest lake, stretching nearly 40 miles long and 10 miles wide. Much of the nearly 400 miles of shoreline and surrounding mountain areas are undeveloped forestland. There are nearly 80 islands on Moosehead. Sugar and Farm Islands, two of the largest, belong to Maine' Public Reserve Lands program. A large portion of the northeastern shoreline is also Public Reserve Land. Primitive camping, hiking trails and wildlife watching are available in these areas. 

Mount KineoOne of the more prominent features of Moosehead Lake is Mount Kineo. It's cliffs rise nearly 700 feet straight up from the water. There are numerous rare plants and birds such as Peregrine Falcons that call these cliffs home. There are many hiking trails to the top and around Mount Kineo. Because Kineo is also on an island, it can only be reached by boat. 

As a fishery, Moosehead is spectacular. With a maximum depth of nearly 250 feet, this large waterbody is fed by two main rivers, the Moose River and Roach River. Numerous small streams also feed the lake. Moosehead empties into the East and West Outlet of the Kennebec River. All these water bodies are well known for fantastic Brook Trout, Landlocked Salmon and Lake Trout fishing. The surrounding area also has many small ponds, streams and rivers with abundant native fish populations.