Umpqua Dream Stream Nipper with Nail Knot Tool

Umpqua Dream Stream Nipper with Nail Knot Tool
Umpqua Dream Stream Nipper with Nail Knot Tool
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Dream Stream Nipper with Nail Knot Tool by Umpqua
The Umpqua Dream Stream Nipper with Nail Knot Tool may be small, but it's a versatile little tool that can be used to cut tippet, tie nail knots, and clean glue-filled hook eyes.

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SKU: UMP001N
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