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Well, not really...I just want a RED RATTL'N FLYER!

None in mankato/owatonna area. Will check reeds tonight.

Anyone know of a store that has them in stock?

Thx

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Dude at cabelas told me good luck finding any slender spoons in MN for the rest of the season.they were featured on in-depth outdoors and gone in no time!

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I don't recall specifically what colors they had but I know they had several colors when I was in there about a week ago.

I live a few miles away I could probably swing in there over lunch to see if they still have some left. Or you could give them a call and see if they could put some on hold for you.

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Just swung into Joe's quick and they have a pretty good selection of the rattlin flyers still. In red they have at least ten 1/4oz left, they have smaller quantities of the smaller varieties but still some available. Plenty of other colors to choose from as well.

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Headed to mille lacs tonight.

Did you see red ratln flyers?

Call a couple of the bait shops in the Mille Lacs area and ask. They'd probably hold em for ya or even sell them over the phone with CC number.

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Just picked up a couple at FF in Carver a few days ago. That's not too far out of your way if going from Kato to Mille Lacs. That is if you haven't left yet.

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Truth the only color you need on Mille Lacs is chartuse. At least thats the only color I need.grin

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Dude at cabelas told me good luck finding any slender spoons in MN for the rest of the season.they were featured on in-depth outdoors and gone in no time!

LOL! Fricken sheep.

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Yeah I had to chuckle when I read elsewhere on the interwebz (posted by the host of that show) saying that nobody gave the Slender Spoon a second thought until "we" featured it on shows this year.

HA! Call me nobody but I have a box full of them and been using them for years and I know a lot of other folks who have been as well.

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Yeah I had to chuckle when I read elsewhere on the interwebz (posted by the host of that show) saying that nobody gave the Slender Spoon a second thought until "we" featured it on shows this year.

HA! Call me nobody but I have a box full of them and been using them for years and I know a lot of other folks who have been as well.

That may hold true to you Dtro, but I remember scores of Slender Spoons being available at stores over the years untouched. In part I remember them stacked full on the shelf last ice season in one of my favorite sporting goods store. This year its very difficult to find & get them at stores. Even ordering them now has delays. They are the "HOT" lure of the ice season if you ask me.

Its amazing when a good product has been around for years and it doesnt catch on fire till its given attention or promoted. So I actually agree with that host of that TV show for the most part.

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