Wetfly Duraleader Floating

Wetfly Duraleader Floating
Wetfly Duraleader Floating
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Duraleader Floating by Wetfly
Whether you're tying it on the end of your fly line or using it with your tenkara rod, the Wetfly Duraleader Floating will reduce the hassle so you can spend more time casting. Looped at both ends, this leader is easy to attach and easy to connect to tippet. Wetfly made it so responsive you can actually get it to loop when mock-casting with just your hand, so you know that once its on your rig it'll turn over.

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SKU: WET0013
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