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I live just south of the twin cities and have looked for the crappie jig " angel eye jr" everywhere down here and cannot find them. I will be coming up to URL and was wondering if any of the local bait stores sold them. Thank you,

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jigglestick

i believe you can order them right here through the forum. use contact buttons to contact rick, and i think they can hook you up.

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CAN YOU USE THOSE BOBBER FISHING TIPPED WITH A MINNOW OR ARE THOSE MOSTLY USED BOBBERLESS, JIGGING USING THE FL-8

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CAN YOU USE THOSE BOBBER FISHING TIPPED WITH A MINNOW OR ARE THOSE MOSTLY USED BOBBERLESS, JIGGING USING THE FL-8

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CAN YOU USE THOSE BOBBER FISHING TIPPED WITH A MINNOW OR ARE THOSE MOSTLY USED BOBBERLESS, JIGGING USING THE FL-8 ?

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CAN YOU USE THOSE BOBBER FISHING TIPPED WITH A MINNOW OR ARE THOSE MOSTLY USED BOBBERLESS, JIGGING USING THE FL-8 ?

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Steve Foss

Alto, I can answer all four of your questions at once. grin.gif

Everyone I know uses them without a bobber.

Also, if you're coming so soon you don't have time to order them online, the closer you get to the Bemidji area, the more you'll find them. Just hit bait/tackle shops now and then on your way and build in time for the stops.

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curt quesnell

The Drake Motel in Blackduck has them. WestWind and Hudecs on Upper Red Lake have them too.

You can use them beneath a bobber if you
wish but not necessary. They are nearly
unbeatable when used in tandem with a
Vexilar but the fish can find them even if
you cant see the fish.

Good Luck

Curt Quesnell

[Note From Rick: I recommend the places above. You do take the risk that they will run out before you get there. Order here and have them in your hands within a couple of days - Order toll free: 1 866-523-0980 ]

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Stan7600

We were at LOW early this week. Adrian's had both sizes in case you were coming from that direction. Awesome service when we ordered from the website mentioned above. Ordered on Mon. and got them on Wed. Stan C.

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Northlander

If you order them on this site get a Card of glow lures! On Red its all about the glow! Glow/Pink and the Red glow are best. They are cheaper on the site too! Steve S.

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Drake

Yes, we do have the Angel Eye Jr.'s, as well as the Glow Devils and the new Fat Fry's. Each are in assorted colors and you can get them individually or by the full card.

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Rick

We agree,
stop at the Drake in Blackduck to pick up what is working.

You can see where they are located by going to their site.

It's right on the way if you are headed up from Bemidji.

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curt quesnell

You know what? the Drake is right on the way if you are comming from anywhere except
Baudette

Curt Quesnell

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Guest

Like some of the others mentioned above, the web ordering works great. Got my 12 glow JR's this week, can't wait to try them on URL.

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