The Kennebec River traverses 170 miles of Maine, crossing the west-central quadrant of the state and moving southeast through pastures, gorges, and coastal areas on its way to the Atlantic Ocean. The Kennebec is an excellent fly-fishing river, with different stretches of the river offering rainbow trout, brown trout, brook trout and landlocked salmon. Fishing for these species is especially good at the East Outlet, Bingham, and River Gorge areas. The river also has robust populations of other gamefish such as bass, crappie, sturgeon, and even eel.
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