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zelek

Emerald Shiners?

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zelek

Coming up tomorrow a.m. on Hwy 32 through TRF, Greenbush and on over to Warroad. Can a guy get shiners anywhere along that route or do I have to drive over toward Baudette?? Thanks!

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Kingfisher

Long Point Resort has them, fishing has been very good the last couple of days also.

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bak2MN

There used to be a bait shop in greenbush that had them but its been alot of years since ive been that way. Right hand side of the road just as you get into town.

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bdubs78

Borders Bait, on 172 used to have the emeralds, this weekend all they had was golden. and they were HUGE. wasnt very please with them. had better luck on the chubs.

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boxcar

HEY KINGFISHER I HAVE A HOUSE OFF TWIN ISLAND 30FT DIDNT DO SO GOOD LAST WEEK END, I WAS COMING UP TODAY THINKING OF MOVING IN A LITTLE 27FT OR SO. WHAT DEPT DID YOU HEAR?

THANKS BOX CAR

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Kingfisher

Boxcar; we were on 28.5 fow.

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boxcar

Thanks Kingfisher were you west then?

Boxcar

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Kingfisher

boxcar, we have been both east and west, last time we went east.

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JIGGIN'

Can you get Emerald SHiners in Baudette??? I need a couple pounds of them for my trip to the angle. Frozen shiners that is... THanks for any help..

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bturck

Log Cabin bait on 172 on the way to Wheelers Point has frozen shiners. Bill

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