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bait?

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got a portable for christmas wanna try it out tommorrow but does anyone know of a bait shop open? sw metro?

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I don't know of any bait shops open in the S.W. p[art of town. However if you drive over to Sprinl Lake Park just north of Fridley Vados Bait Shop ought to be open. I don't fish the lakes out your way much anymore so I am not sure what might or might not be open. There ought to be one or too open around Lake Minnetonka. Or maybe down toward Prior Lake, maybe. I would guess. Maybe someone else can give you a better idea.

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It's kind of late to post this, but Kirby's in Mound is open.

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Wayzata bait off of 394 and Carlson Parkway.

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