Fishpond PIOPOD Microtrash Container

Fishpond PIOPOD Microtrash Container
Fishpond PIOPOD Microtrash Container
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PIOPOD Microtrash Container by Fishpond
If you think a fish that feeds on size 22 midges doesn't notice the tag end you clip from your knots in the drift, then you're fooling yourself. Keep your favorite rivers clear of trash with a little help from the Fishpond PIOPOD Container. Just attach it to your vest or pack and throw whatever trash you produce, or find on the banks, in there for easy carrying back to the parking area.

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SKU: FSH002E
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