Umpqua Alaska Selections

Umpqua Alaska Selections
Umpqua Alaska Selections
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Alaska Selections by Umpqua
Whether you're casting egg patterns and flesh flies for football-sized rainbows, chasing big kings, or fishing for cohos, the Umpqua Alaska Selection of flies will give your fly box the basic flies you need to start catching fish. This kit was assembled with input from fly experts and and regional pros and includes one pattern of each, so you know you're locked and loaded with 16 proven patterns.

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