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Ridgerunnr

baitshop carryin bullheads

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i have abaitshop in winona willin to carry bullheads for catfishing if anyone is interested.He gets em ez and will be cheap. He is makin a run tonight for a bunch. I plan on putting 2 doz at a time in my fish tank to keep ready..I can prob get sum to Roch if I know a head of time..

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hey ridge that is awesome and a very smart bait shop guy as well. it will really matter what they cost?? i may take you up on that offer one day though if my spot to catch them keeps falling through. thanks for the update. ike

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I approached him about it and he was already going for minnows tonight and said he always throws a ton of bullies back. He will stay on call for me and when i get low he will bring more..he'd like to get enough biz to carry them fulltime of course.

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