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LOTWSvirgin

Snot Rockets ????????????

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Not sure what theres are but I think I have an idea. Northern??

Does any one know where you can get leeches by the half pound rather then by the dozen close to Windom say with in 30 miles. Good luck to all fisherman and women this weekend have fun and be safe.

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Snot rocket=northern pike. grin.gif

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Thats what I thought

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Doesn't the Fredom station in Windom sell bait? If your looking at buying a 1/2 pound you will probly have to go to a bigger bait shop like in Worthington or Mankato for your half pound of leeches or just pick up a few dozen in Windom at a time!

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marv's in Worthington wont sell leeches by the pound. when we tried a few years ago he only questioned why would we ever need that many. so now we buy them at Kabeles in Spirit Lake or Shucks in Milford.

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