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How to use the all new Catch 'BOSS SQUID'

April 30, 2020
How to use the all new Catch 'BOSS SQUID'

The all new Catch 'BOSS SQUID' inchiku lure combines the best of two Catch lure favourites to create a new beast that's deadly on just about all predatory fish species. Check out the new lure and how to use it, it's surprisingly easy.

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