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Bait store near Hudson?

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I recently moved to Hudson and I'm heading out on the St. Croix out of NH tomorrow. I'm curious if Jimmy's Bait in Stillwater is the closest bait store? As far as I can find it is, but I thought I would see if anyone knows of something I don't. Thanks a lot.

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You have a bait store in Hudson. Not sure what the gas station name is, but it's the one straight across (directly north) of the Dairy Queen down on the south end of Hudson.

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Holiday Gas Station in DownTown HUDSON!! They've got your shinners, suckers, fatties and crappies. Good LUck!

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Hey, thanks a lot, I really appreciate it. That will definately save me some time. I'll let you know how it goes when I get back.

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That Holiday station has the best minnows I've been able to find--the crappie minnows live forever!

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If you're coming from abouts Woodbury area, there's a bait store on that side road just south the 494 and 61 intersection. It's kind of tricky to get to it, but it's on the same road as the SA Gas station. I forget the name of the place.

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