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Directions to Moore's Bait?

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Hey guys, I know I've asked this like two or three times, but I was on vacation for 2 weeks and I forgot the answer, lol.

What's the easiest way to get to Moore's from 35W? I know there are a ton of closed roads up there.

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Take 35 to 62w/58th exit if you are coming from the south. Go straight till you hit 58th take right Morres's is 2 blocks on the left.

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35W is closed for road repair again,from 494 up to 94,until tomorrow morning.If you go today,use Hwy 100 to 62.100 is the detour anyway.

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So 35W to Hwy 100 to 62 West to the 58th street exit, then take a right onto 58th street?

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So 35W to Hwy 100 to 62 West to the 58th street exit, then take a right onto 58th street?

Sooooo. How bout calling the bait shop (612)861-7412 and getting the exact address, or........ check out the link below, then Mapquest it, that will give the you the latest road closure reports and/or detour info. Got to love technology.

Use this link for contact info as well.

http://www.mooresbait.com/

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