Dillon's Gunsmoke Lodge


United States


304 Stickney Hill Rd Brownville, ME 04414


Latitude: 45.307171

Longitude: -69.009352


800 794 3897

207 592 4849

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Gunsmoke Lodge offers the ultimate Maine hunting adventure. Nestled in the foothills of Central Maine, we take advantage of Maine’s high Black Bear population. The farm lands offer opportunities for 200+ pound trophy bucks.

Located about 50 miles Northwest of Bangor, just 30 miles from exit 199 off I-95. Gunsmoke Lodge is well equipped to handle hunters and vacationers alike. With access to a connector trail that leads to ITS trail 82 & 83, snowmobilers and ATV enthusiast can easily ride to Moosehead Lake, Greenville, Millinocket and Houlton from the Lodge. The Lodge is within easy driving distance of the Appalachian Trail, Baxter State Park, Gulf Hagas and many unpaved paper company roads.

    Maine Black Bear hunt
    Maine Whitetail Deer hunting
    Moose hunts (State Lottery)
    Turkey, Coyote


Maine Fishing, Fly Fishing, Trolling, Casting, Remote lakes. Fish Salmon, Lake Trout (Togue), Native Trout, and Smallmouth bass Fishing

Within a twenty-five mile radius to the north of our lodge, we have over 100 lakes and ponds, along with major rivers. Some of these waters are world renowned fisheries. Ice-out trolling for landlocked salmon and lake trout can produce some rod jerking action.

Salmon are prowling the waters just below the surface at this time of year and can be taken on streamer flies and lures on ultra-light equipment. This action takes place as soon as you can get a boat on the water, through the month of June. Ice-out combined with the local smelt run can produce some breathtaking action.

We have many ponds and rivers in the area that are open to fly-fishing only and can give up some hefty trout and salmon. Many of the smaller ponds are remote walk in ponds and produce some good trout fishing and some of the rivers such as the Roach River and the West Branch of the Penobscot produce both plump trout and landlocked salmon.

The Roach River is a no-kill river, having to release all fish alive and some stretches of the Penobscot are fly-fishing only; with minimum length limits of 26” on salmon. This river has produced many trophy sized salmon. Fly fishing the smaller ponds produces some fat brookies in June.

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