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Inland lake ciscos HELP!!!!!

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We are going to canada in late august and we usually buy some inland lake ciscos for lake trout bait but this year our bait guy is all out and I need some help finding some anyone have any ideas?

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Fisherman's Corner on hwy 53 in Pike Lake North of Duluth or

in Grand Maris the Beaver House and the gas station/bait shop should have them.

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Marine General in Duluth also has them from time to time.

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The Spur station on Hwy 53 & 169 in Virginia

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Just call before you get up there.

Good Luck.

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Thanks guys I foundem in grand maris and gottum bought!!!

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