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luckycrank

creek chubs

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anyone now where a guy can find some

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Have you tried hermies? I'm assuming that you checked reel fishing, right?

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i live in austin and the area creeks are full of them, tried fishing for pike with small twisters last weekend at clagies dam (ceder river)in austin and only caught chubs. should be easy find anywhere? confused.gif

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In Mankato, Gander and the Bobbershop both carry them. Also, The Dam Store in Rapidan...not sure if that helps.

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KOOL THANKS

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Lucky crank, how many do you need? I can get some for you at a good $. Just need a little lead time this time of year. Also your Faibo. fishing budy could help you out. Just got ahold of a great connection for those yesterday.

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BEETLE, LET'S GET OUT THIS WEEKEND DO SOME PIKE HUNTING.

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I FOUND A CREEK THAT HAS A FEW IN IT I'M GOING TO TRY TO CATCH SOME TANKS ANY WAY

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