Kennebec River Guide

Owned and operated by Flying Ties Adventures LLC 

Call 207-322-0061

Float Trips for trout, salmon and bass

-Kennebec River in Bingham or Solon, Maine

-8 hours of fishing for up to 2 people  in a drift boat or motor boat

-Fly fishing or spin fishing

-Rainbow Trout, Brook Trout, Landlocked Salmon, Brown Trout, Bass

-Lunch and gear included except waders

Trolling on local lakes and ponds

-Full or half day trips on a local lake for salmon and trout

-Lunch provided on full day trips only

-Up to 3 people included in trip price

-All gear provided, please bring life jackets for little ones as it is safest to get the right fit for each individual

What to bring

Prepare for the worst and hope for the best weather!

-Maine fishing license. These can be purchased online in advance at Maine Dept of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife website

-Rain jacket (and pants for boat trip)

-Dress in layers. Mornings can be very cold even in the warmer months. It's easier to remove layers than to add what you don't have

-Knit hat, mittens or gloves and warm socks (please no sandals). Heat escapes through the outer extremities of the body and these simple small articles can be  all the difference in being warm for frigid cold

-Medications that you may need. Even if you think you don't need them, better safe than sorry

-Emergency contact

-Waders that fit for the river trips. We don't always wade but it's nice to have the option. Please let us know if you would rather not wade and can forego the waders. We can and will accommodate to your needs and desires; after all, it's your trip. We want to make it great!

-Any flies or fishing gear that you would like to try. We have everything we need for a day, but welcome any and all ideas to improve your experience. We'll even help you with fly selection form your box to find something that may work



-Bug spray. 100% DEET is the best.

-An attitude for learning and enjoying nature. We enjoy teaching and looking for ways to improve those of all experience levels to become better outdoors people and stewards of the lands.