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Airflo Sniper Line

Some of you who fished with me last August or September here in Maine got a chance to cast these new sniper lines from Airflo, I had a few test lines on my skiff and it was simply a home run!!!!

An aggressive short head Striper line.  Airflo took the popular 40+ saltwater series and made it even better.  The new Dual Head taper makes the line perform fantastic at all distances.   It's just that, two heads in one.  The front head has a larger diameter to load the rod for short casts, but the back head retains enough mass and weight for the "Long Bomb" caster.  In short this line is designed to make it easy to cast modest distances without sacrificing the ability to cast to the horizon.  This line will not only get you out there... it will get you out there casting the "Big" stuff.




This upcoming Friday evening join us at LL Beans hunt and fish store for a focused talk on Maine Striper Fishing  and fly tying demos. The focus will be on fishing stripers on the flats bring your stories and vise we look forward to seeing around 7 pm at LL Beans hunt fish store.

Capt.Eric Wallace
207-671-4330
www.coastalflyangler.com

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FEDERAL REGULATION 2018
It is unlawful to fish for, take or possess striped bass in 
Federal waters (waters greater than 3 miles from shore).
STATEWIDE REGULATIONS
OPEN SEASON January 1 through December 31, inclusive (except the Kennebec watershed, see below).
BAG & SIZE LIMITS A person may take and possess 1 fish per day. The fish must be 28 inches or greater in total length. “TOTAL LENGTH” Total length is a straight line measurement from the lower jaw to the tip of the tail with the tail pinched together. DISPOSITION Personal use only, sale is prohibited. Fish must remain whole and intact. GENERAL GEAR RESTRICTIONS • Hook and line only, no gaffing of striped bass.
• No bait allowed when using treble hooks.
• It is unlawful to use multiple (more than two) barbed or barbless treble hooks on any
artificial lure or fly while fishing for striped bass in territorial waters.
• It is unlawful to use any hook other than a non-offset circle hook when using bait.
Exception: Rubber or latex tube …