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What is the closest bait/tackle shop to Arneson's?

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Heading up tomorrow, and would like to know where the closest bait shop is to Arneson's? Do we have to stop in Warroad, or is there something closer?

Thanks,

Tool

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If your coming through Warroad on your way I would reccomend stopping at Riverside Bait and tacke (it's a B.P. gas station), they are located right on Hwy 11. on the left side of the road (east side that is) right before you cross the bridge over the Warroad River. There's nothing else between Warroad and Arneson's.

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If you are coming up hwy 32/11 Dennys Outdoor Sports in

Roseau gives you a chance to stretch your legs a bit. They

do a nice job

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Do they have shiners? some local bait shop around where I live are out of shiners for a while. My buddy was thinking of buying some at a shop we know that has them and hauling shiners 5 hours to LOTW.

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I got some last Saturday at North country convinence and they were still alive on Tuesday morning

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Everyone still has shiners. These are the local minnows the

fish love.

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yup these shiners come from the lake and river correct?

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Yep

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