Simms Fractal Fly Patch

Simms Fractal Fly Patch
Simms Fractal Fly Patch
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Fractal Fly Patch by Simms
Simms created the Fractal Fly Patch to get you away from messing with your rig and back to casting faster. When your dry is waterlogged or your nymph has been chewed up, simply insert it into the EVA foam, throw a new fly on and get your line back on the water. The Fractal has a hook-and-loop backing to make it an easy addition to patches on vests, jackets, packs, and other accessories so you never have to be without a place to stow your fly.

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SKU: SMM00FV
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