SORRY, OUR SCHEDULE FOR 2017 IS FULL AND WE ARE NOT ABLE TO BOOK ANY ADDITIONAL TRIPS.
Smallmouth Bass Fishing
Lake Umbagog, Errol NH
Umbagog Guide Service, of Errol, NH can reach any corner of 7850 acre Lake Umbagog and its 50 miles of shoreline in the comfort of a 19' 6" bass boat. Smallmouth bass fishing is our specialty and that is the dominate fish population within the mostly undeveloped, scenic Lake Umbagog Wildlife Refuge. Each fishing adventure is customized to the client’s skill level with a choice to use your fishing equipment or ours, for spin or fly rod fishing. We suggest or provide bass fishing lures for the day. Fly fishing for bass on spacious boat decks is another alternative during mid-day throughout the summer, when trout fishing is slow or as a primary outing. Scenery and wildlife on our local waters and the surrounding wilderness offer many stunning settings for photography and viewing. Arrangements can also be made through us, for cold water wade, float tube or small boat trout fishing in Errol NH or Pittsburg NH. Your safety and having a great experience is the primary goal. We always respect wildlife and our environment during our presence. We carry out what we carry in.
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Bass fishing and lake tours with our guide service in the Umbagog Lake National Wildlife Refuge, offers many opportunities to meet nature up close. You will be surrounded by spectacular unspoiled, mountainous landscapes in a wilderness setting. "Just imagine the possibility” of reeling in a fish, while a moose or deer feeds along the shore and might even cross the water in front of you. Picture an eagle or osprey diving for a fish and landing on a branch close by. You will see and hear the call of loons, a wide variety of migratory birds and 9 different species of frogs & toads creating nature’s music. You will see islands, marshy meadows, rocky shorelines and rivers that flow into and out of the lake. See natures new arrivals each spring and watch them grow throughout the summer.