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Berkley Product Alert!

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Looks like Berkley is at it again. Their newest line of scented products will be coming out soon. They look like a winner. Berkley "Alive" is the name. The "Alive" leeches look awesome. They are sure to be a winner for Mille Lacs, Canada, and the weedline walleyes here in the Brainerd area. I can't wait to try them out. They look so lifelike that it could really put a hurtin on live leech sales. Keep an eye out for the "Alive" later this summer.

Jason Erlandson

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Skeets

Berkley Alive is in stores now.

I can't believe the price, $19.99 per pack, seems a little spendy for the average person.

The baits do look very good, also a very good marketing idea.

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ccarlson

How many in a pack?

I just paid $27 for each half pound of leeches up in canada so it's all relavant I suppose. Maybe the price will come down as they hit the market more.

ccarlson

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The baits are counted per oz. not per leech.

I believe the $19.99 packs are 12 oz. containers.

They look to have about 2 dozen leeches or more in them.

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NEANGLER

Just saw these last night at Scheels, they had the leeches and Minnows both. The leeches look like they might be good for a dropshot rig. Anybody try em yet?

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