Thursday thru Friday: 9 - 5
Saturday: 9 - 4
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday

Tuna Logo
977 Portland Rd
US Route 1
Saco Maine 04072
Phone: 207 284 4453
Click here for directions
E-mail us at: info@sacobaytackle.com
Gear Up!
Ground Fishing

Seawolf Haddock Rig
Seawolf Haddock Rig
Fresh Water

D B Smelts
D. B. Smelts
Tuna Gear

Jinkai Line
Jinkai Line

Insta Flex
Insta Flex

Rod Holder
Rod Holders

Shoals Harpoon
Shoals Harpoon

Custom Rods
Custom Rods
SBT Apparel

Hooded Sweatshirt
Hooded Sweatshirt
to our annual fishing seminar
Saturday, March 25th
Clambake Restaurant, Scarborough, Maine
from 9AM - 4PM.
$25.00 entry fee at the door

Click here for the schedule SEMINARS

bending a rod

Special Guest Captain Scott Lewis
will be doing a live presentation on techniques that he and other fishermen use on Prince Edward Island (very similar to fishing in the gulf of Maine). This will be followed by a question and answer period.
Scott Lewis
Growing up in a fishing family, Captain Scott Lewis, has been fishing for as long as he can remember. In the late 1970s and early 1980’s, Scott fished tuna with his father as a young boy. He saw the fishing methods evolve since then and knows all the tricks of the trade.

Since the mid-1990s, Scott has caught more tuna than he can remember in the commercial fishery. A licensed captain, Scott started tuna chartering in 2012 and loves sharing his passion for the giant Bluefin tuna, our natural surroundings and the thrill of the catch with folks from across North America, Europe and as far away as South Africa.

In addition to tuna chartering, Scott fishes lobster, mackerel, halibut, herring and shark.


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Sportsman's Side
Maine Coast Tides
Maine Coast Tides

Fishing Reports

Local Scene

1st day of SPRING is Monday, March 20. ARE YOU READY?
New Saltwater Rules
Maine residents, do you have a valid Maine freshwater fishing license? There is a check box on the freshwater application form for you to indicate you saltwater fish, check that box and you are good to go. There is an exception, if you hold a lifetime or over 70 license you will have to register annually. If you do not have a valid Maine freshwater license then you must register. This can be done by going to www.maine.gov/saltwater ($1.00) or by any appointed Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife agent ($2.00)... more


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