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harvey lee

Lucky 7 Bear bait and Skull work

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harvey lee

Take a look at this one as they seem to do very nice skull work I'm sending in a skull from last fall to have done.

http://www.lucky7bearbait.com/

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surewood

I'm probably going to order a pallet of licorice and chocalate covered cherry's for bear season. Seems to be a good deal.

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maros91

This is were I get most of my bait from. Don't wait until last minute to get bait. Get it as soon as possible.

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walleyeking19

they sell 500 lbs of cookie dough? wow, i might have to get some.

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Roofer

Ha, I know Cory. I used to ride with him a little. He lives just down the road from me. A real good guy. \:\)

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KeystoneLight

Great to see Cory at Lucky 7 as a sponsor. I have known him for many years and have had the pleasure of doing business with him many times. Great guy!

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Muthagoose

DO NOT wait till the last minute to get your bait, slim pickings near go time..... Cory's gotten busier in the last few years...

As for Skull work,, Pretty good job judging from what He's done for me...

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Outfitter17

How far do you deliver?

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corysluckylucky7

Thanks for the replies guys ! Right on about not waiting til the last minute as my selection gets thinner come August.

Matt in ONT - I will give you a call - I have trucking available and a broker for the border paperwork. References available also - the truck driver tells me I should see their faces when they get 24 pallets of clean boxed candy and don't have to mess with rotten beavers and oats again ! smile

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