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foxhunter

kens jigs in chaska

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foxhunter

any one know how to get ahold of kens jigs in chaska, or who sells them? i had some of his jigs but i cant seem to find any in my area.

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Hakksaww

they sell Ken's stuff at my local BP - 15 and Interlochen in Mound.....

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markkstanley

Cabin Fever in Victoria

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metrojoe

There is a hardware store in Osseo that has a whole wall of Ken's products. Unfortunately I can't remember the name of the store. I think you can call Ken's bait and they'll tell you where to get them.

I believe Harty's on Medicine lake carries Ken's Jigs.

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Dusty

Wayzata bait

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rooster450

i got some in cabin fever last night, they where a pink flutter jig...very nice! they have a HUGE selection of kens jigs.

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dan z

I'm pretty sure the bobber in town has them, and the store that has a red logo in the river hills mall also carries them...

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foxhunter

thanks guys. ill check next time im in mankato.

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Sonicrunch

his bobber stops are the best

ever

bar none.

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JOHN T jr.

ROOSTER045---- WHERE IS THE LOCATION OF "CABIN FEVER" PLEASE....><(((*>

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erickol

Bob Moore's bait and tackle

off of 56th street south and Lyndale ave in Mpls.

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Wallmaster

CABIN FEVER is on Hwy 5 West just after Chanhassen

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JOHN T jr.

THANKS A LOT WALLMASTER. I WILL TRY TO FIND IT TOMORROW. ><(((*>

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markkstanley

Actually Cabin Fever is quite a bit west of Chanhassen . It's on the north of HWy as you come into Victoria.

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Wallmaster

OK! - Actually - it is the next town - Victoria - on the North side which would be on your right about two blocks before the stop lights. Hwy 5 in town their is actually Arboretum Blvd also. I hope that will work better for you John, Jeff the owner if he is in would be happy to help you out with any other questions you might have - good luck!--WM wink

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Carp-fisher

Ivan's Sinclair on HW5 in Chan has some Ken's Jigs.

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