Lamson Speedster Spool

Lamson Speedster Spool
Lamson Speedster Spool
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Speedster Spool by Lamson
Reach into your vest pocket for the Lamson Speedster Fly Spool and change your rig when bigger fish are sipping. This quality spool features a hard alox finish for durability and a narrow spool design to prevent line barreling.

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SKU: LMS0009
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