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Where to buy bait

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Does anyone know if Dicks Sporting Goods in Richfield sells live bait?

It the closest place that I can think of that might sell some.

Thanks

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I don't think dick's does. The one off of 494 right? I know the one in tonka off of 394 and hopkins crossroads doesn't.

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I think the closest to you would be by lyndale. Moores bait... i might get bleeped. But do an online search and you will see.

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yeah Moores is the closest I guess.

Its still out of the way for me on my way home from work. It would add 45 minutes onto my commute.

Million dollar idea here...

Minnow home delivery. If they aren't there in half an hour its free.

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Theres Ace Hardware all over the metro that sell bait look one up in the phone book!

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Quote:

yeah Moores is the closest I guess.

Its still out of the way for me on my way home from work. It would add 45 minutes onto my commute.

Million dollar idea here...

Minnow home delivery. If they aren't there in half an hour its free.


Yeah, but that would change, just like it did for Dominos. grin.gif

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