Echo Ion Spool

Echo Ion Spool
Echo Ion Spool
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Ion Spool by Echo
Whether you like to keep an extra spool of sink-tip for streamers or full-sinking line for still waters, this spare spool will let you adapt your Echo Ion Fly Reel to better handle the current fishing conditions. Made with a durable alloy and treated with a impact-resistant finish, this spool incorporates the same solid construction as your Ion reel, and it has a large arbor for quick line retrieval.

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SKU: EHO0009
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