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Mark Cook

Minnesota Muskie Expo Specials

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At the Minnesota Expo Blaine this weekend we have some great specials on fishing gear including the following:

Garcia C3 reels starting at $59.99 with a free maintenance kit.

See the new muskie t-shirts from Fins and Feathers, two for $25. This first time ever these shirts have been sold in Minnesota.

Free hats with all Fenwick and St. Croix rods.

Mix and match any 3 Anderson Muskie Chickens or Ken-Katch bucktails for only $21.

See the new Garcia BG 7000 reel and SSC3 reels.

Muskie starter rod and reel combos at $99.

Diawa Capricorn 1500 spinning reels $79.99 reg. $119.99 save $40.

See the new Uncle Josh muskie baits.

Thanks for shopping,

Mark

Bluewater Bait & Sports
801 Washington Ave SE
Bemidji, MN 56601
218-444-(BAIT)2248

www.bluewater-bait.com

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Where's this going to be held in Blaine? I'm still a little doubtful, but I might be able to sneak over and pester you a little, Mark. Whether I see you or not, I hope the show goes well.

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Scoot

So I got dat goin’ for me… which is nice.

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I didn't get a reply to my question, but I found it anyway. Very cool expo! I ended up buying a cool, new, gotta-have-it muskie lure from Mark. I can't wait to use it!!!

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