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RickyBobby

Good deal on worm hooks

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Stopped by Joes in Maplewood yesterday. They evidently were able to buy a large volume of wide-gap gamakatsus (sp?). I bought a pack of 22 for $2.00. I think they're 4/0. Just go to the hook aisle and look down. They're in plain unmarked plastic bags.

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They are 5/0 Gamakatsu hooks.. And your right, they are a steal.. I bought 125 when I was there last...

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Shhhhhhhhh.........at least until I make it over there!!!

Heck of a deal! 5/0 are my favorite for the flukes!

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last time i went to my local pond, i found a full pack of 2/0 gammys. can't beat that price!

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Well, to go along with the good hook deal, I have a good deal on soft stick baits (Senko immitations).

Sportsman's Warehouse has their own brand that are pretty much the same as Yum Dinger stickbaits. They only sell them in packs of 4, but they're only 99 cents each. I used them this weekend and they were just as good as the more expensive ones and at 12 for $3 you can't beat it!

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