Plan D Pack Max Standard

Plan D Pack Max Standard
Plan D Pack Max Standard
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Pack Max Standard by Plan D
The Plan D Pack Max Standard is the secure home your flies need for resting between turns on your rig. This fly box has two slotted base pads that hold your flies by the hook for poke-free fly management.

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SKU: PNS0007
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