Echo Bravo Spool

Echo Bravo Spool
Echo Bravo Spool
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Bravo Spool by Echo
Keep a second line rigged up to your spare Echo Bravo Spool just in case you need to adapt to unexpected circumstances or a particularly feisty tarpon snaps your first line.

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SKU: EHO000V
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