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Can these lure be purchased at any other locations other then mail order?

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wmfanton,

First, I see you're pretty new to the site so welcome to FishingMinnesota.com.

I've run into them in a few bait shops, but I really think your best bet is to buy them here.

http://tacklecity.com/angel-eye-spoons.html

The selection is good, the price is untouchable, the service is top notch, and you're supporting an entity, FM.com, that is as essential as any fishing lure in your arsenal. You're probably already aware that FishingMinnesota.com is really the "go-to" site on Internet for Minnesota fishing information. By making your purchase here, you're enabling the existance of this site.

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As I whole heartly think we should support those who support the site...

I did find some at Joe's sporting goods, the prices were fair, online the prices are much, much better.

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Ray do you know anything about angle-eyes by jb lures or is this a competitor to tackle city.

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WM... Just got my glow devils in the mail and cannot wait to use them!!

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JB Lures carries the Scenic Tackle Angel Eye Jr. and obviously it's packaged as the JB Angel Eye.

It's a tiny bit more spendy than you will find here, but you can also get them one at a time that way...if you can find them that is.

The Angel Eye Jr's and Glow Devils are extremely popular and stores are having a hard time ordering enough to stay in stock..they didn't expect them to go that fast.

For you we have an easy way to get them right here:

http://TackleCity.com

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Rick , Where are these shipped from? I just put an order in and wondering how long I would have to wait. I don't have very good patience smile.gif

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What weight do you recommend getting for all around fishing? Mostly perch, crappie, panfish, and a little bit of walleye fishing.

Thanks.

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I second loosegooses request. Have my credit card in hand and am wondering if I should get the 1/16 or 1/8. Perching on Mille Lacs (with some walleye action) and slabs on Red. Help!

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Leaky and Loosegoose, I would go with the 1/8 oz if you want them for all around fish. I am mostly a panfish and Walleye fisherman and the 1/8 was the one recommended to me by some of the staff here. I hope you saw those hawg eye's that they caught on Mille Lacs with the 1/8 oz. glow devil. If not check out the pics on the home page.

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