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red tails??

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Do cass lake bait stores carry red tails? I hear they can be hard to find--any info. would be appreciated.

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They do yes. But not this time of the year. Most like shiners and fatheads right now.

During the fall and spring you can get them at Froggy's Bait in Cass Lake.

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Don't ask PBC... Since he caught that 32" he gave up chasing them and turned pro in the Bass trail.... Just kidding.. PBC nailed it right on the nose... Redtails can be had at the various bait stores in the area during the open water season, but a heads up, they are not cheap....

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