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JRFISHBAIT

Reel Fishing and Tackle's Fall Clearance and Garage Sale

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JRFISHBAIT

Hey Guys and Gals,

Once again its that time of year for us at Reel Fishing and Tackle to make room for the upcoming ice fishing season and the savings are huge. Everything will be on sale up to half the regular price storewide!!!

'05 caryover Clam/Fish Trap and Otter portable ice houses will be sold at prices way below retail. Also, we have a good selection of '05 Jiffy Stealth 2hp and 3hp 8" and 10" ice augers and Reconditioned Strikemaster Lazer 2hp 8" ice augers being released at this incredible offer. Other items include the popular Slush Inhaler that went over so well the last couple years for removing the slush from your ice fishing hole in one easy pass on sale for only $25!!! Other great deals include all summer fishing rods including Falcon and Fenwick 15% off; all crankbaits including Rapala, Reef Runner, and Bagley, 15% off; all bulk jigs, spinnerbaits, and buzzbaits featuring Northland Fishing Tackle, 30% off; complete line of plastics for bass and walleye including Lindy, Berkley, and Yamamoto, 20% off. The list goes on and on. This offer is only here for a limited time. Dont miss out on these great deals at Reel Fishing and Tackle in Madison Lake, MN.

For even more incredible deals, don't miss us at the Lake Crystal city wide garage sale this weekend Friday, September 8 and Saturday, September 9. We will be having closeouts on everything from those hard to find colors of Rapala to Fireline to used electronics from Vexilar and Marcum. We will also have some of our '05 ice houses and ice augers for sale. These are just the begining of the hundreds of items we will have on hand. Reel in these deals hook, line, and sinker.

The address has changed from 522 County Rd. 9 Lake Crystal, MN to Legacacy Hardware Hank 214 S. Main St. in Lake Crystal, MN. For directions, we have a link to Yahoo! Maps to help you out.

Special thanks to Anne and Bob Thompson for use of their business.

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harvey lee

Looks like I will have to take a trip to Madison Lake to do a little eye fishing and stop by and see Joe and Matt for thier sale.

Lets stop by and say hi and pick up a few items that we can all use and say Thanks to the boys at Reel Fishing & Tackle for the great support they give us here at FM.

Thanks Matt&Joe

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Team Otter

Thanks for the update Joe. If I was going to be around, I'd be there. Good luck with your sales!

Nice website. Awfully familiar lay-out. grin.gif

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clamtrap

What are your hours on sunday? I moght have to stop over and check it out.

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