Sage Click Series Spool

Sage Click Series Spool
Sage Click Series Spool
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Click Series Spool by Sage
When small brook and rainbow trout call your name, tuck the Sage Click Series Fly Reel Spool into your jacket pocket and head to your favorite stream with your light line setup.

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SKU: SAG000Z
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