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pike doctor

Outdoor pro store!!!

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I cant even explain how upset I am at the FM pro store. Why did you make me find you today and start spending all of my extra money. You know I already have more tackle than I will possibly ever use!! But now I am buying more cause of the good deals. I wish I would have checked sooner so I could have saved myself a pile of money. The lures and kits look really good!

Thanks for nothing FM PRO STORE!!! grin

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laugh

Sounds like you got a lot more than nothing. wink

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Let me be the first to say YOU ARE WELCOME!!! Proven lures and product. The Outdoor Pro Store really does sell quality product. It is tried and tested, and if it doesn't meet the qualifications of owners who have tried it, it doesn't make the page. FACT! Happy shopping and good fishing!

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I was trying to order a couple items and put on one order to try to hopefully save some money on shipping. But I was having trouble getting them to appear on the same order. It kept trying to put the items on two seperate order. Does anyone know what I might be doing wrong?

I was trying to order a pro store jig kit and some JB lures.

Thanks!

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I recieve orders with numerous items many times. Are you trying to checkout before you have all your items listed to purchase?

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pike doctor your a moron. if u had all the tackle you could every need then why did u buy more? sounds to me like your just trying to find stuff to complain about laughcoolgrin

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Been there and done that. Not only on the pro store but in bait shops and sporting goods stores as well.

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LMAO @ RignJig, was thinking the same thing.... LOL, or something along the lines of glass houses and stones...

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I started using some of the items from the store last year - with good success. Gotta love the OPS.

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Dear Outdoor Pro Store,

Thank you for not selling JB Weasels. They are my favorite lure, and I do not know if I could handle myself should they become easily available. Also, so long as we all do our part to keep these out of the hands of other fisherpeople, Walter has a chance.

Merry Christmas,

Looney

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I just picked up the crappie flutter jigs last night. The wife happened by the office and asked what I was up to now? I replied with her patented line "Saving you money with a good deal!" Plus my 3 year old ate more fish on Sunday night than she did, so I am saving her double! Kids gotta eat.

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