The Kennebec River is a 170 mile long tailwater that starts from the headwaters of Moosehead Lake and ends in the atlantic ocean below Bath, ME. Our focus on fishing is in the stretches of river below the Wyman Dam in Bingham and the East Outlet and West Outlet in the Rockwood and Greenville region. Spring and fall fishing are great on both the outlets near Moosehead Lake for Landlocked Salmon and Brook Trout. The water in Bingham flows out from the base of the Wyman Dam from deep Wyman Lake. This means the water stays cool enough throughout the season to support Brook Trout, Landlocked Salmon, Splake and a self-sustaining wild population of Rainbow Trout. The summer months also offer decent Smallmouth Bass fishing in the river, especially on flies or light spinning gear. The Kennebec is truly a diverse river in the state of Maine and I would encourage anyone to experience what it has to offer.