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I have 2 new jars waiting by the door to use this weekend. Never tried them before. I'll let you know how they work.

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I have a jar of waxies I'm dying to try. For $7, these better be the most awesome thing ever.

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I have a jar of waxies I'm dying to try. For $7, these better be the most awesome thing ever.

I too expect all things awesome to cost 7 dollars.

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Have you seen the leaches and minnows? Those things are like $30.

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the minnows worked awesome for vertical jigging this spring/summer. extremely durable, caught five fish per minnow on L.O.W. I cant wait to use them on the ice, just don't let them dry out they turn to rock.

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I was also told at Thorne Bros. don't let them freeze. I will be trying the waxies this weekend.

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I was so happy with them I didn't buy minnows for vertical jigging. actually cheaper, considering minnows cost six dollars a dozen, on the canadian side of L.O.W.

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Beem using the waxies for the last 5 trips on the ice and am very happy with the results on crappies. I have had very few fish on the vex not take the bait.

This is the first that I have tried them and will continue to use them as an option.

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2 fresh jars of waxies waiting for me this weekend. The minnows work great in open water....

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2 fresh jars of waxies waiting for me this weekend. The minnows work great in open water....we'll see how it goes. I can't wait to get out there!

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I used the waxies this weeked hopping for some croppies. I ended up with a couple nice eyes on the line instead. So they didnt do to bad I guess.

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