Our proximity to the vast watershed of the Penobscot puts you on the fishing trip of your dreams. Fish some of the best lakes, ponds, and rivers in the Northeast for smallmouth bass, brook trout, and landlocked salmon.
Choose from an action-packed bass fishing vacation trip, a hike into a pristine pond to fish for native brook trout, or try fly fishing in Maine for landlocked salmon on the famous West Branch of the Penobscot River.
Daily Fishing Rates
Trips Include a Licensed Registered Maine Guide, boat or canoe (if not on land), all equipment, and lunch.
Trips Do Not Include: State of Maine Fishing License, warm clothes, or personal items, such as rain gear, sunglasses, bug spray, hat, etc. (children 16 and older must have a license)
FULL DAY FISHING TRIP:
1 Person= $375
$175 per each additional person.
HALF DAY FISHING TRIP:
1 Person= $250
$150 per each additional person.
Smallmouth Bass Fishing
Smallmouth bass fishing in Maine is ideal from late May through the end of September. The shores of the West Branch of the Penobscot River in Millinocket are the perfect location for your Maine fishing adventure. Our great resort location allows anglers the ability to wake up and be bass fishing in some of the most productive waters in Maine.
Brook Trout Fishing
Brook trout is one of the most sought-after game fish in the state of Maine. Our Twin Pine Camps in Millinocket are located just minutes from the many pristine ponds in and around Baxter State Park. At NEOC you’ll experience the thrill of casting a dry fly to rise brook trout while enjoying a beautiful view of Katahdin. You can also choose to fish on your own or with one of our veteran Maine Guides (they provide great witnesses for catching the “big one”).
Landlocked Salmon - Maine fly-fishing Heaven
Fishing during the caddis hatch on the West Branch is guaranteed to be one of the more memorable experiences in an angler's lifetime. The West Branch of the Penobscot River is famous for its landlocked salmon and is one of the best natural landlocked salmon fisheries in the eastern United States. Many local anglers rave about the size of the fish that live in these waters where the average catch size is between 12-14 inches. From May-September, we customize amazing fishing trips on the West Branch.
To plan your next great fishing trip with us, call 1-800-766-7238