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I have several Rapalas I'm looking to sell. Some of the colors are no longer available but still catch fish smile Lots of various sizes, models and colors available. Some very unique colors that were at one period considered limited edition.

Prices range anywhere from $4 to $6. Also willing to work out deals for more than one...

If you're interested or have any questions please contact me at mattjohnson at mattjohnsonoutdoors.com

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Matt. fill em in on more details if you can as to how many and what types, I may take them off your hands for you.

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How about the Orange Craw Husky J in HJ-12 or HJ-14. I am looking for a couple extras of that one in particular. Let me know if you would like to part with any. I will stop in to the store sometime to say hello.

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got any whisker biscuits, husker-dos, husker-don'ts, nipsy-daisers (with or without the scooter stick) or whistling kitty-chasers? grin sorry, couldn't resist

Killer movie!

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Anything left for me??? let me know what you have as my tackle box was stold and I am in need of everything lol

timnewcomer at msn dot com

Thanks

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