Sage Bass II Fly Line

Sage Bass II Fly Line
Sage Bass II Fly Line
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Bass II Fly Line by Sage
When you need a break from trout, spool up Sage's Bass II Fly Line and go throw some poppers to some hungry smallies. This specialty line is designed to match Sage's Bass II fly rod and has an aggressive weight-forward taper for casting big fly patterns.

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SKU: SAG001X
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