brown-rodNo Matter Where You Live.

Dag’s Bait Shop has been providing just about anything a fishermen could need, for fifty years now, and the shop has grown to become the most complete bait and tackle shop in the region.  If you live in any of the following towns, chances are you know some of our customers.
Portland, Auburn, Lewiston, Windham, Sabattus, Augusta, Westbrook, Gray, Freeport, Brunswick, Topsham, Gorham, Falmouth, Lisbon, Durham, Poland, Mechanic Falls, Oxford, Naples, Greene, Winthrop, Monmouth, Gardener, Litchfield, and many come from even further.
 

 

Sebago-rigger-togueNo Matter How You Fish.

There are almost as many ways to try to catch a fish as there are fishermen.  Fly-fishing isn’t just casting nymphs for trout anymore (though that’s still cool, too).  Fly-fishing has exploded in popularity with casters chasing bass, pike, and saltwater species.  From trout to tuna, we can connect you with the fly-fishing gear to help you connect.  At Dag’s you’ll also find an extensive collection of fly-tying supplies and tools for advanced tiers and beginners, alike.
Maybe trolling is more your speed?  We have everything you need, and can order any unique item you're looking for.  Pots and pans, flashers, keel weights, lead core line, terminal tackle, down riggers and even electronics, will all help you keep your offerings in the strike zone no matter the conditions or target species.  We have more streamers than a party, streamer flies that is, stick baits from all the best companies, and exactly the live or dead bait you want and everything you need to rig it.
From competitive bass fishermen to the casual bait drowner, there is just about anything you could need at Dag’s.

brookie-rod-teethNo Matter Where You Fish.

There are hundreds of waterways our customers fish and some are known for producing epic catches.  From small brooks, to rivers, and the largest lakes, we assure you, we have the supplies you’ll need, and the guidance to make your trip more productive.  Our experience combined with decades of feedback and fish stories from our customers makes us your go-to-resource for local knowledge.  We can’t list every waterway, but here is a partial list of some of our best choices.
Sebago Lake, Saco River, Thompson Lake, Lake Auburn, Worthley Pond, Long Lake, Pleasant Lake, Little Sebago, Crescent Lake, Tripp Pond, Crystal Lake, Androscoggin River, Little Androscoggin River, Norway Lake, Upper Range, Middle Range, Lower Range, Sabattus Lake, Tacoma Lakes, Cobbosseecontee Lake, Maranacook Lake, Androscoggin Lake,  Messalonskee Lake, Belgrade Lakes, and dozens of other waterways in Southern and Central Maine.

2-bassNo Matter What You Fish For.

Maine offers world-class fishing for many cold-water species including the acclaimed big-3, land-locked salmon, brook trout, and lake trout.  The state also has and aggressive stocking program and monster brown trout, rainbow trout, and splake, are caught each season.  The rivers and clear-water glacial lakes have huge smallmouth bass, and hundreds of local lakes and ponds are renowned for their largemouth bass fishing.  Pan fish like sunfish, perch, and crappie, delight children and children at heart.  And the invasive northern pike has really taken hold, presenting a challenge for the Dept. of Fish & Game, and a hugely popular game fish targeted by more people every year. Regardless of the fish species you’re targeting, Dag’s has the bait, tackle, and equipment, to catch more fish.