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CNY Tim

Salmo Hornets??? Are they hot or what?

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What's the story on these sinking cranks? Everyone must be using them cause the ones I wanted from Cabela's are back ordered frown.gif

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I believe they make only so many a year on a limited basis, so when they're gone they're gone. They're a growing company though and have a quality product and service.

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Yep, Salmo is coming on strong here in the Dakotas. It's just too bad that you need to take out your 401k to buy one wink.gif

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Ya if it wasnt for the cost I would be running a lot more of them Hornets. Great walleye and Northern baits. I just cant stand when Im trolling for eyes and Mr.Pike comes up and eats my hornet and I come up empty! mad.gif

Too much $ for that to happen too often.

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