Published Sep 20. 2011 - 9 years ago
Updated or edited Nov 27. 2020

Steve Labrecque

Steve's Streamers #166 Blue Badger - Steve Labrecque #174 Red Devil (Var) - Steve Labrecque #265 Green Ghost Var - Steve Labrecque #286 Tomahawk -...

Steve Labrecque


Steve's Streamers
#34 Sebago Perch - Steve Labrecque
#76 Carrie's Favorite - Steve Labrecque
#85 Brook Trout (var) - Steve Labrecque
#129 Blue Back Variation - Steve Labrecque
#166 Blue Badger - Steve Labrecque #166 Blue Badger - Steve Labrecque
#174 Red Devil (Var) - Steve Labrecque #174 Red Devil (Var) - Steve Labrecque
#265 Green Ghost Var - Steve Labrecque #265 Green Ghost Var - Steve Labrecque
#286 Tomahawk - Steve Labrecque #286 Tomahawk - Steve Labrecque
#308 Rangeley's Pink Shadow - Steve Labrecque #308 Rangeley's Pink Shadow - Steve Labrecque
#19-2013 Bibeau Killer - Steve Labrecque #19-2013 Bibeau Killer - Steve Labrecque
#37-2013 Miss Sharon - Steve Labrecque #37-2013 Miss Sharon - Steve Labrecque
#59-2013 Bobby - Steve Labrecque #59-2013 Bobby - Steve Labrecque
#85-2013 Miss Allaura - Steve Labrecque #85-2013 Miss Allaura - Steve Labrecque
Steve's Biography

Steve was born in the 50's and has been tying streamers for over 35 years. He has one son and four grandchildren to pass on his fishing passion to. He has specialized in tandem streamers for many of those years but enjoys tying on long shank hooks as well. Steve was raised near the water and he grew up in the Sebago Lake area. Both his father and grandfather had fishing camps on the lake, and fishing and streamers run deep in his blood. He trolled Sebago Lake during the time of the Old Sebago Guide (Arthur Libby )back in the 70s' and got to know many of the old time guides in the region, picking up on some of their tricks and tactics over the years. Steve knows many of Maine's lakes quite well and has fished Rangeley Lake and Mooselookmeguntic for many years. In addition to the more infamous lakes, he has also fished just about every lake, pond and puddle in western Maine over his long fishing career.
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Comment to Steve Labrecque...

I also troll heavily on Sebago l. for "OUR" LL Salmon.
I have a place in Naples, belong to Sebago Lake Anglers Assoc. , enjoy fly tying Bucktail streamers and our great state in general.
My CB handle on the boat is Jack Rabbit, so if you hear me please give me a shout!
Look forward to seeing some of your ties.
Harold

Comment to Steve Labrecque...

Hi Harold,
I fish Straight Shores,Dingleys and N.W. River area the most..
I try to stay away from the Songo River crowd on the weekends....
See you out there Tight Lines Steve

Comment to Steve Labrecque...

Steve,
Do you utilize a CB Radio in your boat?
If so, what is your "Handle"?
Jack Rabbit

Comment to Steve Labrecque...

Great tying! Beautiful!

Comment to Steve Labrecque...

Great job,Beautiful

Comment to Steve Labrecque...

Beautiful. The colors are awesome. I just love Carrie Stevens patterns and just acquired a book on the Rangely Patterns. I look forward to tying some of these myself.

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