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MRWALLEYE2005

Live bait in Chatfield

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MRWALLEYE2005    0
MRWALLEYE2005

I will be fishing in Chatfield in a couple weeks and I need to know where I can get some worms and minnows.

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FishRulerHookEM    0
FishRulerHookEM

Yea, we will be selling worms and minnows in a week or two. Will have flyers all around Chatfield by this weekend or so. We will have high quality worms. Hopefully the minnow sale wont make the minnows run out but i doubt that because we will have plenty of minnows. The flyers will say where were and I can tell you where we are later. It is a new bait store so its not on the one your thinking of too. Good Luck

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Pilotmound Art    0
Pilotmound Art

I live about 8 miles outside of Chatfield. Nightcrawlers no problem, as of right now there is nobody that sells minnows in Chatfield. I hope somebody starts but if you want minnows to fish with???

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A Fly Angler    0
A Fly Angler

I'm assuming that the minnows will be used on non-designated trout waters as the rules specifically prohibit using live minnows on designated trout streams (see page 27).

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WxGuy

I was wondering the same thing...

If you use minnows in designated trout water, they must be dead.

Only frozen, dried, or pickled (brined) are allowed. You can't just let 'em die in the water bucket and hook them on.

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CrappieJohn    0
CrappieJohn

FishRulerHookEm.....I need you to e-mail me. Thanks.

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MRWALLEYE2005    0
MRWALLEYE2005

Dont worry I wont be fishing for trout or in trout waters.

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FishRulerHookEM    0
FishRulerHookEM

yea, I know but thats at trout streams. I wasnt talking about trout streams but I never knew that you cant use minnows in the root river.

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FishRulerHookEM    0
FishRulerHookEM

i wasnt taking minnows from the river i found them in a secret spot not in a river.

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Sarge    0
Sarge

Actually unless it changed this year, you can use minnows on SE MN trout streams unless they have a no live bait rule.

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CrappieJohn

Fishruler....Last chance here dude....you need to contact me at the address in my signature!

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