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Bait shop in waseca?

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Does anybody know if there is a place to get bait right in waseca? Does the wal-mart have bait? I know theres a place on 13 north of town but thats kinda out of the way.

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the gas station right across the street from wal mart sells bait.

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Sportsman's Stop on the East side of HWY 13 as you are heading toward Waterville. Walmart has worms and that is bout it.

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Casey's is now selling bait. The one on 13 north. But if your there go a little farther to Spotmans Stop. It's been around for along time and it's pretty well stocked.

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Thanks for the help guys. Got my bait at the sportsmans stop they have a pretty good selection in there.

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Sportsmans stop is definately a great spot to get your fishing gear and bait. If you stop in ask Andy for the report wink.gif!!

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