One way to take your Maine adventures to the next level and to add safety and education to your adventure as well, is to be lead by a Maine Guide.
Registered Maine Guides have been through lots of training to obtain their Registered Maine Guide license through the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife and have tons of experience traversing the State of Maine. They also tend to specialize in certain areas in the State of Maine, including the Moosehead Lake region, around Mount Katahdin and in the Acadia Park region.
We checked out VisitMaine.com and found the Maine Registered Agents and Outfits on their website to build our list of companies and outfits for your Maine adventure.
You can also check out Maine Professional Guides Association website which has a search you can do to find specific guides for hiking, biking, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, snowmobiling. You can also search by activities that you would like to do for Maine adventure, including fishing, tidewater fishing, hunting, recreation, sea kayaking, and whitewater rafting. Lastly, you can search by a keyword like a guide name, guide company, a town or wildlife district.
Another option to find your Maine Guide is to check out the Maine Wilderness Guides Organization to find a Guide by areas of Maine (Aroostook County & Allagash, Downeast & Acadia, Greater Portland & Casco Bay, Kennebec & Moose River Valley, Maine Highlands & Katahdin Country, Mid Coast, South Coast Region, Western Lakes & Mountains), rivers in Maine (Allagash, Androscogin, Baskahegan, Dead, Debsconeag Lakes, East Branch of the Penobscot, Grand Lake Stream, Kennebec, Lower West Branch of the Penobscot, Machias) as well as outside of Maine (Canada, Iceland, Scotland) and rivers outside of Maine (Ashuapmushuan, Bonaventure, Moisie, NE Mistissibi.
So take a look at 18 outfits in the State of Maine that offers professional outdoor Guides, amenities, equipment and lots of wisdom.