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Sonar Stillwater Camo Clear

Sonar Stillwater Camo Clear

€ 119,90

How can something be clear and camouflaged? That’s easy. We took a mottled core, doused it with our new, supple clear coating, and we had the SONAR Stillwater Clear Camo. Designed for the unique demands of stillwater angling, the Clear Camo simply disappears beneath the surface, and features a slow, intermediate sink rate to tempt fish sitting just below the chop.

  • Designed specifically for the demands of stillwater anglers
  • Based on popular MPX taper
  • Overweighted by a full line weight for multiple flies and long leaders
  • Full intermediate (1.25 ips) line over camouflage core for the ultimate in stealth
  • Features all-new supple clear material for reduced memory
  • SA STILLWATER CAMO WF X I (X = line weight)
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