Umpqua UPG LT Standard Fy Box

Umpqua UPG LT Standard Fy Box
Umpqua UPG LT Standard Fy Box
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UPG LT Standard Fy Box by Umpqua
The Umpqua UPG LT Standard Fly Box ups the fly storage game with FlyTrap High Capacity Storage and 3D-Molded High-Grip Inserts for a secure hold on your flies. This low-profile box is deceptively small, with clown-car-like storage for everything from large hoppers to tiny midges.

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SKU: UMP002P
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