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Luveyesdorfmn

My old man bought me one and now I'm looking to buy one of Louis' spears for my son. If anyone has one they would sell let me know. Thx! 

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IceHawk

Mike 89 and Smurfy invited me to a decoy carving show 2 years ago and boy was it worth it!! The craftsmen ship of some of the custom spears on hand was amazeing. Maybe one of these two might have a handle on location of one of his spears. I know Smurf is a big spear chucker. 

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I have a spear he might be interested in..  and you hit the amish place right Icehawk..  I have several spears so I can part with some...  

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since i have about everything i need, sometimes 3 of them, 😆 i havent been doing alot of window shopping lately, so sorry i cant help much.

 

icehawk is right, those decoy shows would be the place to hit up. and i honestly dont know of any stores that would carry a good quality spear. heck i had sticker shock when i see what they want for the good old bear creek decoys nowadays.😳

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Luveyesdorfmn

Oh my gosh, I'm sorry guys, I thought I'd get notified if someone responded. So I apologize. Mike if you wanna let me know what you have Thx! Shoot me a text 612 282 5114 

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12 hours ago, Luveyesdorfmn said:

Oh my gosh, I'm sorry guys, I thought I'd get notified if someone responded. So I apologize. Mike if you wanna let me know what you have Thx! Shoot me a text 612 282 5114 

will do later today...

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