Where We Fish:

From small mountain streams to amazing saltwater angling. Great fishing can be found throughout New England in lakes, ponds, mountain brooks and the rivers they pour into.

Kismet Outfitters focuses on guiding in Maine and Massachusetts where plenty of these fly fishing experiences abound. Click below to see some of the water ways we fish with regularity. Don’t see what your looking for? Drop us a line and we can surely put together the trip that is perfect for you!

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Maine: 

Maine is such a unique place to fish because the options for fresh and salt water are endless. We guide both freshwater and salt water trips throughout Maine. Below are some of the many areas we commonly guide:

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Casco Bay –
Casco Bay offers amazing striper and blue fish fishing. The bay touches both the Presumpscot and Royal rivers which is perfect environment for these fish, making it a very consistent, productive fishery.

Kennebec River –
The Kennebec River holds landlocked salmon, brown trout, rainbow trout and the legendary brook trout.

Penabcot River –
The Penobscot River hold landlocked salmon and brook trout. This is the largest river in Maine and has lots of different types of water, making it a great fishery for every angler.

Wild Brook Trout Lakes –
Maine holds the most lakes with wild Brook Trout in the entire country. Maine lakes can be remote and an adventure to get to or can be easily accessible making it a very productive fishery for new and seasoned anglers alike.

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Martha’s Vineyard –
Massachusetts has an incredible amount of saltwater coastline and has many productive bays and beaches for saltwater fly fishing. Some of the best Saltwater fly fishing in the world happens right in Martha’s Vineyard. We fish for Bluefish, Stripers, Albies, and Bonito in the different ponds, bays, and beaches around the island.