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Milkdud

Where are all the sucker Minnows?

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Went cat fishing north of Grand Forks yesterday and couldn't find sucker minnows anywhere! We used frogs and ended up with ZERO cats! All we got was goldeye pecking at out frogs! Very dissapointing to say te least!

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Fargo bait and tackle on 10th street and 5th ave. in south fargo has some nice size suckers. It's a long drive, but might be worth it. grin.gif

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Its cats incredible weekend. Bait is real tough to get. Bait trucks come most Thursdays to Scheels, Cabela's, and East side station. Hope that helps you out.

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We have lots of large suckers (6-12

" .99 each)here at Gander Mtn. in Fargo. They have been going fast due to all the kitty hunters out this week, but I have a load on the way in this morning. Plus I keep some pre-froze suckers on hand in the freezers by the baitshop.

No Kermits for sale at GM though...ya gots to stomp up your own.........for now anyway. wink.gif

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