Rising Ultralight Pliers

Rising Ultralight Pliers
Rising Ultralight Pliers
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Ultralight Pliers by Rising
Whether you're tying your next fly creation or out on the river, count on the super lightweight Rising Ultralight Pliers to give you a hand with intricate flies and de-barbing a hook and for long-term cutting power.

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SKU: RIS0005
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