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Scott M

Jewell Outdoors delivers the goods

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Jewell Outdoors delivers the goods...to wherever you need it! I was a little nervous around two weeks ago about getting bait...I was heading up to the boundaries of the BWCA/Quetico Nat'l Park for a week, with fishing in the tentative plans for each evening...Would a delivery truck be able to make the hour trip up the Gunflint Trail? I got in contact with Mark at Jewell Outdoors and he called me personally to confirm that a delivery of a pound of jumbo leeches could be made, 60 miles up the Gunflint Trail! Mark went out of his way to make sure that the leeches would arrive on time, and when my wife and I arrived, our leeches were already delivered and put into refrigeration by my wife's family. It was great service at a price that blew away anything you could purchase on the way up, if you could find anything that is.

While the weather was unkind and the fishing slow, the leeches were popular with at least a few smallmouth bass and walleyes, and even a rare jumbo perch.

Thanks Mark and Jewell Outdoors for your service. I will be ordering again...what better way to prepare for a big trip or excursion than making sure you have fresh, healthy bait, on time, at a great price.

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Hey that's a great idea, bait on demand if you will laugh

Hard to beat bait waiting in the fridge for you.

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That's a cool story, never would have though to have them delivered and meet me where I'm going to fish.

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I see good things in the future for the 2010 Sturgeon Excursion!

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