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james_walleye

Red Waxies?

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Hey can you find red waxies anywhere up there? I couldnt find them down here and we got up there so late friday night i don't think anything was open? I'd like to make a run up in March and want to grab some on the way up if i go.

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You can find them at Ebners in Elk River. They are located just south of Elk River on Hwy 10.

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I'm pretty sure I saw them at Westerlund Cenex in Aitkin.

Right across Hwy. 47 from Malmoe Market. I believe they had red, green, and maybe even yellow.

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BP store at 47/27 junction has them, bait store next to that has red larvie

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gander mtn in lakeville

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You can also "make" your own colored wax worms by using different mixtures of Kool-Aid powder. Not only do you get color but you get scent.

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Have you tried them Otter? Sounds interesting....

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