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wippersnpr

where to find lure in Duluth

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wippersnpr

I am looking for a Heddon Sonar about 3 inches in length. It was my favorite lake trout lure and I lost it last weekend on B-side! They didn't have them at the bait shop in Pike Lake. When I bought the last ones I bought them in Grand Marais at Beaver Flicks Bait shop. Does anyone carry them in Duluth?

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DeathRoe

Have you called the shops? Generally that would be my first step, look in the phone book and let your fingers do the dialing. There's only a few possibles.

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Northlander

What color is it. Marine General, Bait Box and even wally world carry them. I think I saw Cabelas was having a sale on their sonars and they are very simular if not the same. Nice paint jobs too.

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wippersnpr

They had them at Marine General. It seems the last time I went there they didn't have them, now I went there and they only had a few left. Their merchandise just flies off the shelves.

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Great Outdoors

wippersnpr,

Got a bunch somewhere in my shop that are unpainted.

I have a mold and poured them about 3 years ago.

Also have the split trebles they need.

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jigginjim

I have not fished lakers before, where would you use the sonars?

E-mail me your area or lakes.

Thanks

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DeathRoe

Lake Minnetonka is my favorite pristine water. The fertilizer from the rich people's lawns grows them big.

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Northlander

Any place you find lakers sonars are a good bet.

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