Smoking Rivers’ Registered Maine Guides will assist your group in successfully navigating Webster Stream and the days on the water in advance of Webster Stream will serve as great practice when it is time to paddle the whitewater sections of the river. Starting with three miles of continuous Class I-II whitewater, Webster Stream then mellows into three miles of quickwater and Class I rapids, a welcome respite to the previous miles and the miles that lie ahead. Fishing, particularly for brook trout and salmon, is especially bountiful in this section of river and we will assure there is ample time to cast a line and provide advice for anglers in the group.
A Webster Stream Canoe Trip with Smoking Rivers is an excellent opportunity for a combination of excellent Brook Trout and Salmon fishing with lively Class II-III whitewater. Canoe trips can be arranged with itineraries of four or seven days; four days allowing only the lower stretches of Chamberlain Lake and Webster Stream while seven days, our preferred itinerary, allows the entirety of Allagash Lake, Allagash Stream, Chamberlain Lake, and Webster Stream.
Webster Stream is best paddled in May, June, or early July because it is heavily dependent upon spring run-off. Trips may be arranged later in the year as well but the best time to take advantage of the pleasures of Webster Stream, including its fishing and tremendous whitewater, is earlier in the season.
Webster Stream Canoe Trips
Trips Available: May-Jul
Trip Length: 4-8 Days
Age Minimum: 12
30% Deposit required at time of reservation. Remainder due no later than (21) days prior to trip departure (non-refundable).
Cancellations & Refunds:
0-59 days prior to trip- deposit non-refundable
60-89 days prior to trip- 35% deposit refundable
90 days or more prior to trip- 75% refundable
Group and Youth rates available. Rates are based off a 4 person trip subject to change depending on group size and duration.