Native Smallmouth Bass Boat Fishing
Bass, Perch and Pickerel fishing on pristine, secluded waters. Our modern bass boat accommodates 2 anglers & features raised casting platforms and comfortable seats. All tackle & equipment provided. Enjoy world-class smallmouth bass fishing on one of Maine’s most secluded and beautiful chain of lakes. Junior Lake is a pristine, two-tier fishery offering both warm water and cold water species including Landlocked Atlantic Salmon, Lake Trout, Small Mouth Bass, White Perch, and more. Whether your group includes experienced anglers or first-timers, your registered Maine fishing guide John will ensure you have a trip of a lifetime. No gear? No problem! If you would like to include a guided fishing trip during your family vacation and don’t have your own fishing rods and tackle, there is loaner gear available free of charge. You’ll not only be surrounded by the wild beauty of Junior Lake while you cast for Bass, Perch or Pickerel, but you’ll be immersed in it. American bald eagles frequent the islands and will be fishing in the same areas as you. At lunchtime, you’ll scan the inlets for a chance sighting of a Maine moose cooling off from the midday heat. The boat’s carpeted deck and fishing seats provide a safe fishing platform and are great for taking a break and enjoying the scenery. All ages are welcome and life jackets are provided. The boat can take up to 2 anglers out. Guests staying at Wild Fox Cabins & Campgrounds can walk from their cabin to the dock in minutes. Book a trip with Tucker Ridge Outdoors today for an unforgettable adventure for your whole group.
Water & soft drinks included
Trip does NOT Include
Can be purchased locally - single day, multi-day or yearly
You keep catch
Types of Fishing
Rods & Reels
Bass boat (Crestliner) originally built in 2014. Powered by 1 engine (20HP, Mercury).
Services And Facilities
Fighting chair Removable fishing chairs on both casting decks
Since 2014 year
John Floyd is a Registered Maine Fishing, Recreation & Hunting Guide. He specializes in remote, private fishing trips in the serene, wilderness surroundings of northeast Maine. He offers trips on a comfortable, modern bass boat, a 20' pontoon boat or by canoe for a more traditional experience.
Since 2014 year
How to get there
Lakeville, Maine, United States
Getting here from Bangor, Maine Take I-95 north 42 miles to exit 227 Lincoln (US-2/ME-RT6/ME-116) and turn right. Go 4 miles and turn left at the light onto US-2/ME-6. Follow ME-RT 6 East for 33 miles, passing through downtown Lincoln and Lee. In Springfield, turn right onto Bottle Lake Road. Go 6 miles and turn right onto Depot Rd. Go 1.5 miles and turn left onto East Shore Rd. In 1.5 miles turn left onto Middle Rd. Go about 1/2 mile and you will see the first gate for Wild Fox Cabins, do not enter this gate. Continue on Middle Rd to "T" and make Right onto Red Pine Rd, follow to entrance on your right. GPS Coordinates Latitude: 45.275128 | Longitude: -68.00919 | Altitude: 94 meters
Book with 10% deposit
Once the charter confirms your trip, your credit card will be charged with a 10% deposit to guarantee the reservation.
Pay remaining balance to the outfitter
The remaining balance will be paid directly to the charter on the trip date. The following payment methods are available: