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Experience Maine Fly Fishing Camps with Grant’s Kennebago Camps

For more than a century and a half, people have traveled to Kennebago, Maine to experience its natural beauty and fly fish in its plentiful bodies of water. In the early days, people would hike nine miles through a dense forest to reach the lake. Later that trip was replaced by a 12-mile wagon ride and then by a rail bus and steamboat. People kept coming back for the same reasons they do today: the plentiful fly-fishing opportunities, the natural

A woman fly fishes in ankle deep water

Welcome 2021

Carolyn and I would like to thank everyone who ventured out last year. We are very proud that you trusted us to keep you Covid safe and will continue, with all applicable safe guards again this year. Also thank you again for your patience with the National Geographic film crew working with our guides and staff to produce an outdoor survival miniseries. This will be aired early spring/summer and is called Call of the Wild. Chefs Larry and Bob along


Kennebago Lake Ranks #1 in 2018 Downeast Magazine Maine Lakes Power Rankings!

#1 Kennebago Lake Towns: Davis and Stetsontown townships Max depth: 116 feet Key player: Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust Kennebago and its strong bench of surrounding lakes and rivers are legendary among fly-fishermen. Mainers will tell you it’s where streamer fishing as we know it was born — the lake is known for trout and landlocked salmon, which grow fat and gullible in its clear, clean water. The largest lake to allow only fly-fishing east of the Mississippi, Kennebago is also the