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bassNspear    0
bassNspear

looking for a bait shop on the south end of tonka, or in chanhassen.

Can anyone help me

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EPwalleyehunter    0
EPwalleyehunter

Theres a bait shop at the Sinclare gas station on 5 and 101 in chanhassen

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fishrguy    0
fishrguy

cabin fever in victoria right off hwy5. kirbys bait in mound

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jcb42    0
jcb42

ok, how about a bait shop near little canada, i go to one in whitebear but that's about a 40min round trip to get back and fish in my neighborhood.

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South_Metro_Slayer    0
South_Metro_Slayer

joes sporting goods right off 36 has bait and they give u some healthy scoops.

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Dragon Fish ll    1
Dragon Fish ll

For bait shops in metro. type in your search bar. I go thru yahoo, MN DNR BAIT SHOP LIST. the very first one at the top of your search list is the DNR Metro Bait store list

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bassNspear    0
bassNspear

thanks for the list. Helps out alot.

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jdogg2121

there is blue ribbon bait in oakdale right off of century just south of highway 5

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bassNspear    0
bassNspear

i was hoping there was something towards westonka or mound

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Jameson    3
Jameson

 Originally Posted By: Bass N Spear
i was hoping there was something towards westonka or mound

That's where Kirby's is! Or the Spur on 15 by Black Lake has bait, too.

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blackdog1101

Kirby's is about 200 yards north of the launch in Mound on Hwy 110.

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anyfishaldo

If you are traveling near Spring Lake Park Vados on HWY 65 is great! 100 spikes for $2.50, minnows last forever, I keep a bottle of spring water in the basement and change bucket every other day! VADOS= good prices and great service!

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