Umpqua River Grip Big Nip

Umpqua River Grip Big Nip
Umpqua River Grip Big Nip
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River Grip Big Nip by Umpqua
With a name like the Umpqua River Grip Big Nip, you might not be sure what to expect, so let us clear things up for you. The River Grip Big Nip is is a versatile, cost effective pair of nips that are not only easy to replace, should they take a plunge into the wild, wet yonder, but they're also equipped with a rubberized grip for enhanced, well, grip. Additionally, the Big Nip features a convenient hook eye cleaner for enhanced versatility.

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