Umpqua River Grip 5.5in Ultra Scissor Clamp

Umpqua River Grip 5.5in Ultra Scissor Clamp
Umpqua River Grip 5.5in Ultra Scissor Clamp
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River Grip 5.5in Ultra Scissor Clamp by Umpqua
Great for winter fishing and snowy spring days, the Umpqua River Grip 5. 5in Ultra Scissor Clamp has a design that allows it to be used with gloves on, so you don't freeze your fingers off just trying to put some split shot on your line.

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SKU: UMP001O
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