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Lucky Catch Cruises, Portland

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#2 of 28 in Outdoors in Portland
Fishing Charter / Tour · Boat Tour
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  • Definately worth booking and fun for all ages. Knowledgeable about area and catching lobster. Great opportunity. 
    Definately worth booking and fun for all ages. Knowledgeable about area and catching lobster. Great opportunity.  more »
  • So fun! There were 12 people on the boat plus the 2 Lobster Fishing experts. We took turns baiting the traps and lowering the traps as well. We handled the lobsters and tied their claws. Lots of good....  more
    So fun! There were 12 people on the boat plus the 2 Lobster Fishing experts. We took turns baiting the traps and lowering the traps as well. We handled the lobsters and tied their claws. Lots of good....  more »
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  • This was the kids favorite thing on the whole trip to Maine. The activity took a little over 90 min. It had Light educational facts and was interactive. You are on a boat touching the bait, crabs, lobster, and cages. We purchased the lobster that was caught for 10 bucks and the place next door cooked them up for 12.99 and it came with some sides (see images). So a lobster for 23.99. The kids were happy so that's what mattered. The staff was friendly.
  • This was such a fun experience! I highly recommend doing this if you have the chance! You get to go out on the bay, learn about lobstering, get your hands dirty (if you want), and then you can buy a lobster off the boat for $10! The crew were awesome! I learned a lot and had a blast! They also pointed out some of the sights around the bay as well as the history. The trip takes about 90 minutes. If you buy a lobster you can either take it home or you can take it to the Portland Lobster Company and they will place it in the culinary sauna for you for $12-13. I went with option 2 since I was just visiting for the week! Make sure to wear working clothes!

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