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Capt. John Nowinski

The ocean is the largest most untamed wilderness on earth and it has been John Norwinski’s workplace for 20 years...

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North Creek Guide Service

Your adventure with North Creek Guide Service is about more than bent rods and smoking barrels, we have techniques to share and stories to tell. Spending time on Maine’s coast is enjoyable and scenic, but a day on the Maine coast with NCGS is unforgettable. Join us for an exciting fishing or hunting adventure, we have the perfect location to catch striped bass and shoot sea ducks. Call John at 207-831-2922 or email northcreekguide@gmail.com


Fishing

North Creek provides guided fishing for Land Locked Salmon, Lake Trout (Togue), Brown Trout and Large & Small Mouth Bass on many of the premier lakes of Southern Maine. Sebago, Kezar, Thompson and many other Southern Maine lakes provide the opportunity for some great cold water species pursuit as well bass fishing second to none in the Northeast. We also provide coastal sport fishing for Striped Bass (Stripers) and Bluefish on both Casco Bay and the world renowned Kennebec River. Striper fishing provides some great action for both the diehard trophy fisherman as well as the family outing. We adjust our techniques to the fisherman to ensure the best action and most enjoyment possible for all experience levels. Combine inland and coastal fishing for a great Maine fishing combination.


Sea Ducks

If you’re a duck hunter, North Creek also specializes in Coastal Maine Sea Duck hunting. North Coast Sea Duck hunting is an exceptional hunting experience. Eiders, Old Squaw and Scoters provide fast action and liberal bag limits for some of the most exciting duck hunting you have ever seen. Combine this with some of the most spectacular coastal scenery in the North and you have a memorable waterfowl hunting experience. Book your trip prior to Christmas and regular ducks – Blacks, Mallards and Goldeneye provide additional shooting opportunities over the same decoy spreads.

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