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Bait Stores???

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So I will be coming up to Duluth for 3 days and was just wondering if anyone can tell me of a good bait store in the area? Thanks for the input...

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Chalstroms on Rice Lake road, Fisherman's Corner on hwy 53 in Pike lake, Marine General on London road and the Bear Den on hwy 53 in Twig.

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I would second Fisherman's Corner not only for the bait but they have had some things that have been hard to find elsewhere.

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If you are going to Island Lake or Fish Lake you could try the Minnowette at the north end of LaVaque Road. All of the bait stores are good, it's just a matter of finding one that's on your way to the lake. Good luck!

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