Bill Laflamme

Fished the Kennebec River for smallmouth bass with two clients on Wednesday July 23rd. We were using tube jigs and senko worms and pretty much had the whole river section to ourselves. The fish were very cooperative in that we boated 51 in 6.5 hours. Although many small fish were caught, we did boat a smallmouth weighing 3 pounds 1 ounce. As with most bass fishing in the summer months here in Maine the trick is to fish stucture near deeper water.

Fish Species: Smallmouth Bass
Bait Used: Tube Jigs, Senko Worms
Tackle Used: Spinnig Rods
Method Used: Casting
Water Depth: 2-12 feet
Water Temperature: 71
Wind Direction:
Wind Speed:

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Bill Laflamme

About The Author: Bill Laflamme

Company: Fin and Feather Seekers Guide Service

Area Reporting: Central and Western Maine

Bio: I am a fourth generation Maine outdoorsman and have been a Registered Maine guide for over 27 years. I also possess a degree in wildlife management from the University of Maine and am a former employee of the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife. I guide for trout salmon and bass in addition to upland bird and waterfowl hunting

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