For Reservations Call The Maine Saltwater Fishing Hotline 207-691-0745

For Reservations Call The Maine Saltwater Fishing Hotline 207-691-0745
For Reservations, Availability or Live Reports Please Call or Text Message The Maine Saltwater Fishing Hotline 207-691-0745

Maine Saltwater Fishing Reports Blog

Welcome to the Fish Blog & saltwater fishing reports page of Super Fly Charters & Capt. George Harris. We're looking forward to providing you with the most up to date coastwide inshore saltwater fishing reports on the Maine coast as well as offshore Bluefin Tuna fishing reports as the Maine Striper & "football" Bluefin Tuna Fishing season goes forward into 2014!!! You wont find any generic"cut & paste" reports or info here...Just pure fishing!!!

Super Fly Charters provides friendly, professional guided fly & light tackle fishing trips.
We operate our fishing charters in the Mid-Coast region of Maine, from Casco Bay to Penobscot Bay. This area features an astonishing 1000 miles of jagged, pristine coastline. We focus our efforts on the broad reach of the lower Kennebec river estuary & the outer boundaries of Casco Bay...with its countless thousands of acres of untouched saltwater flats, gnarly tides that rip over rocky structure and an intricate maze of backcountry channels, It's a fly & light tackle fishermans nirvana. On any given day we can be found fishing coastal tide marshes, shallow flats, sandy beaches and islands or ledges located offshore. Wherever the fish are!!! Whether it's on the fly...pitching plugs or live lining frisky live baits we've got you covered check out our website for all of our trip offerings...and stay tuned for some new trips options for 2014

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Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Midcoast Maine Striper Report June 2012

The slow moving storm that dumped 7-8 inches of rain over much of the coast of Maine has moved on...Left in it's wake are swollen rivers and silted up bays from all the runoff...Prior to the storm we enjoyed some red hot action and I suspect after several days the rivers and bays will flush themselves out and the fishing will return to normal. Today I hopped in the boat and went on tour with a couple of rods at the ready...Starting in Bath at the Kennebec Tavern I headed downriver into the Sasanoa in search of cleaner water, I did not find any there so I pushed across Hockomock Bay into Sheepscot Bay where I found considerably cleaner water and loads of herring and macks, As I made my way out of sheepscot bay I headed for the surfline at Reid State Park...more clean fishable water, the closer I got to the mouth of the Kennebec I started to run into a plume of brown water that was directly related to stormwater runoff. Tomorrow I will continue to scout, this time west of the Kennebec into outer Casco Bay....I'm pretty sure that I'll find clean water and most likely, hungry Stripers mopping up juvie Herring and Mackerel...please stay tuned!!!

On another note: I just receiverd this email from a party that I guided last month....It was a terrific day on the water and it goes to show you why Super Fly Charters was a Portland Press Herald 2011 "People Choice" award winner: George, Thanks for working with us to provide a wonderful fishing trip to Maine. My Dad is still talking about seeing all those Striped Bass jumping on the surface and being able to hook into some of them. You worked hard for us, and we appreciate it! If you want to send some of the pictures and video that you took of the trip I will pass them on to Craig and Angie. Thank You, Mark Behrends


1 comment:

Arrowsic said...

I may head west myself taking advantage of a Thursday morning company reprive. Hope to see you out there. Give me a holler...