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Video: Fly Tying - The "Craftbow" Streamer

Video: Fly Tying - The "Craftbow" Streamer

Leif is back with another great trout streamer! This fly is tied using mostly Craft Fur. Varied slightly, this can also be deadly in the salt for Snook/Baby Tarpon/Redfish in the mangroves. Check out the video below! Materials Used: Craft Fur: https://allpointsflyfishing.com/products/hareline-extra-select-craft-fur Senyo's Laser Dub: https://allpointsflyfishing.com/products/senyos-laser-dub B10S Stinger Hook: https://allpointsflyfishing.com/products/gamakatsu-b10s-hook-stinger Flashabou: https://allpointsflyfishing.com/products/flashabou 

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Top 5 Flies for Fall in Maine

Top 5 Flies for Fall in Maine

We are approaching one of the best fishing times of the year! The air and water will be cooling and the trout and landlocked salmon will start their pre-spawn movement and/or positions into the rivers very soon. One, if not the main, motivating factor of trout in Maine starting their...

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Ask The Guide: Chris Williams from Riverkeep Lodge, Labrador

Ask The Guide: Chris Williams from Riverkeep Lodge, Labrador

Here at All Points, the goal is to not only provide quality gear and travel opportunities for our customers and clients, but to also be a respected resource for useful information on fly fishing. Whether it's gear reviews and fly selection, or trip reports to tips and techniques - knowledge is power....

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Trip Report: Big Water in The Big Land of Labrador at Riverkeep Lodge

Trip Report: Big Water in The Big Land of Labrador at Riverkeep Lodge

As our DHC-3 Otter cruised over the expansive gap between Labrador City and the Atikonak River, I couldn't help continually saying to myself "I have never seen so much water inland in my life." Lakes, ponds, streams, creeks, and rivers seemed to scatter towards the horizon like a splatter painting. Some would connect...

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Fish Don't Read Calendars

Fish Don't Read Calendars
I sit here at the shop and I'm looking at the water temperature off the coast of southern Maine read 46.8°F.  They say that the magic number (for water temp) for when the stripers start to arrive is 50°F...

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