Umpqua River Grip 5in Clamp - Curved

Umpqua River Grip 5in Clamp - Curved
Umpqua River Grip 5in Clamp - Curved
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River Grip 5in Clamp - Curved by Umpqua
The Umpqua River Grip 5-Inch Curved Clamp will be the tool you reach for whether you're removing a hard-to-reach hook, cutting the tag end of a knot, or clearing glue-filled hook eyes.

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SKU: UMP001P
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