Wetfly Tenkara - Poly Leader

Wetfly Tenkara - Poly Leader
Wetfly Tenkara - Poly Leader
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Tenkara - Poly Leader by Wetfly
Designed for Wetfly's Backcountry Series Rods, the Tenkara Poly Leader is lengthened with a taper that's ideal for Tenkara-style fishing. This 12-foot long leader features a welded butt end with an exposed, looped, 8-pound monofiliment on the tip.

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SKU: WET000E
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