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dakotakid31

Muskie lures

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dakotakid31

Gander in St.Cloud has a bunch of thier muskie lures on sale or clearenced. Few examples- Bull Dogs-9.99/ Suick.9"-9.99 some smaller bucktails -4.99 bunch of others. Take a look. Not sure if the other Ganders are doing the same.

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Ralph Wiggum

Maple Grove had the same thing last time I was in.

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Sergeant Slabber

I'll head over to the EP store and find out. I would like to get a few more lures!

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Ed Carlson

There is a pile of Muskie baits on clearance at the Fargo GM too. More to pop out soon too. wink.gif

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HossFisher

Seargent Slabber, did you ever make it over to the GM in EP? If they have the same deals there i think i might have to stop in sometime.

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gofishingtom

fleet farm has a bunch of muskie lures on clearance in st. cloud

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Sergeant Slabber

bassboy~ I've got to go to Menards tonight, so I'll take a swing through there and check it out.

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HossFisher

Dont go out of your way just to check for me, if you dont need to stop there. Dont just go because i'm curious! wink.gif

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tgff009

Lakeville GM has this going on too.

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ChompChomp_YANK

forest lake also

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HossFisher

I didnt see them on sale at the EP store this morning.

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Tippman

Or in Rochester.

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EatSleepFish

Duluth also has a sale on muskie lures...picked up a Muskie Mania Magic Maker for around $10, regular retail price is $18 to $22!

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