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J:son Realistic Nymph Backs RNB CL1 Olive Br

SKU: 114241
£6.94
Availability: In stock
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For Caddis Larvae. Set of 12 Olive Brown in non-toxic silicone, delivered with manual.
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For Caddis Larvae. Set of 12 Olive Brown in non-toxic silicone, delivered with manual.
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