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Old 07-30-2005, 09:36 PM
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Coastal Maine Guide

I'm going to be on the Maine coast in August and would like to engage a guide
for a day's saltwater fishing. Does anyone have any recommendations? Thanks
in advance !
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Old 07-31-2005, 09:37 AM
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it's a big coast. where in maine?
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Old 07-31-2005, 10:53 AM
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We're going to be in the Rockland/Camden area and I'd be willing
to drive up to 70 miles or so in either direction, so I think that I could
connect up with most guides, except out on the islands.
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I just fished with Dave Pecci and would highly recommend him. Very knowledgeable about the Kennebec system. He is based out of Bath which will take you roughly one hour coming out of Rockland. The traffic in the morning is understandably light so you will make better time then. If you search Google for Obsession Charters you will find his site and contact info. Give him a call, he'll show you a great time!
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That's a little north of my range...sorry
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Hey Couple of thoughts would be to google either coastal fly angler (capt. Eric Wallace) or Calender Islands Guide Service ( Capt Tim Rafford). These are both great trips and good value for the $$

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