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Larry Alexander

Jumbo Leeches

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Actualy this is a question for Dave at Virmillion Tackle.

Are there any Jumbo Leeches Available in that neck of the world, or will I need to bring them with?

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FYI- There were none available last Saturday...

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I wish I could get the real jumbo leeches I got a few pounds in the other day that actually were good sized, most all of the leeches have been running on the small side so far. When are you going to be coming up?

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Dave We'll be up this week end for 2 weeks. grin.gif

Sounds like I had better stop at Vados bait here in the cities and see if I can snag a couple of pounds. Thanks for the heads up. I'll be in for all my other tackle and bait needs though, several times I'am sure. I'll say Hi if I spot you around the store.

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I look forward to seeing you, I'm normally in around 10:30 in the morning until 7 or 8 at night. The fishing has been excellent from all the reports I've been getting. I'll get out on the lake myself in the next few days.

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