We are offering a limited number of special shark fishing charters this summer (2019) with renowned shark biologist Dr. James Sulikowski. Check It Out
What to Look for in Saco, Maine Fishing Guides
Are you interested in learning more about Maine fishing guides? If so, you are not alone. This area offers some of the best fishing on the East Coast from June to October. Once you find yourself in the Gulf of Maine dropping a line in the water, you will realize that you have made a great decision.
There are several Maine fishing charters, but we have been showing people a good time on the water in Southern Maine for several years. Experience is an important trait to look for in a Maine fishing guide. This will ensure that you enjoy your time, and of course, that you have a great chance of catching fish.
When it comes to Maine deep sea fishing, relying on the knowledge and expertise of a professional guide will go a long way in helping you understand what you should and should not be doing. There is nothing more frustrating than spending many hours on the ocean and never catching a single fish. Maine guides have the knowledge necessary to greatly decrease the liklihood that you will run into this problem.
How much does it cost? Many people forgo hiring a Maine fishing guide because they are under the impression that it will be too expensive. While you are asked to spend some money, it is well worth it. Not only will you have access to a knowledgeable guide, but you will be provided with everything you need – from the equipment to the bait and license in addition to their fishing knowlege. On top of this, our boats are outfitted to fish. We offer the best amenities while always taking your safety into consideration.
Now that you know what to look for in a Maine fishing guide, we hope you will book a trip with us and get ready for a great time on the water. If you have any questions or concerns, let us know. Our goal is to show you a good time and have you come to recognize why fishing in Maine has become so popular.
The recreational regulations for fiscal fishing year 2019 will be set on May 1st. Last year we were allowed to catch 12 haddock per angler with a minimum length of 17 inches, but again we could keep no cod. There were no changes on the number of pollock, cusk, hake, redfish and other edible groundfish we ccould catch in the Gulf of Maine last year. As soon as i know the regs for 2019 i will post it here. Capt Dave
"We are offering a limited number of special shark fishing charters this summer with renowned shark biologist Dr. James Sulikowski, known as "Dr. Shark" who has made regular appearances on Discovery Channels "Shark Week" , and been featured on such venues as the BBC, GMA, and Ocean Mysteries. CLICK HERE for more information.