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Jordyn Kaufer

euro larve help..

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Where can i buy euro larve near Stillwater/Oakdale/White Bear?

and i was wondering if i should buy in bulk or just get a little bit each time?

any info would be great.

Thanks,

kauf

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I buy mine at Vados and you can order online. I get a good sized container and it lasts at least a month. Trick is to put the big container in your "bait" fridge and then just take what you need for the trip with you. They don't like to get warm and then cold again.

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I much prefer the eurolarvae from Vados than anywhere else I could find. They are more vigorous and in much better shape. I think it's worthwhile.

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I order mine online but if you call Vados, I would guess that you could also pick them up. I purchase a box of 1,000 and keep them in the fridge. I do add a very small amount of water every few weeks.

I whacky hook them which is sideways or place the worm on the tip and thread it part way on. I also squeeze it a little to leave a little juice scent in the water.

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I always nick them in the skin of their butt - the fatter side - so they can wiggle more. Movement plus scent is what I personally like (in bait - not women, of course).

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whats the process of getting them?

like order online and ship or whats the deal because i looked on there and it didnt say anything...

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Blue Ribbon bait on Century in Oakdale will have what you're looking for. They're a well stocked, small town feel kinda bait shop.

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Jordyn - go to Vadosbait DOT com - and the front page has all the info - phone numbers and/or online ordering.

You'll probably need a credit/debit card to pay for it - but just give them your address and wala.

It's easy - they've been around FOREVER (I read about them in Infisherman when I was a kid and Eurolarvae JUST came out - in the 80's, as I recall) and they ship all the time.

Can't be any simpler....

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Kauf..

Just go to Vados home page..bottom left you'll see.."Vados Bait Express Shipping Business". Click where it says "Come on in..click here"

Follow the easy steps..I order 2000 at a time.

They keep well in fridge..I use a bait container or sometimes an air tight mason jar. The plain seem to keep better than colored and I can't tell difference in fish catching.

I had to order 2000 more lin mid winter last year..got a lil Bro and a 73 year old neighbor I share with... LOL

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Kauf..

You're making it too hard..slow down and ..Just go to Vados home page..bottom left you'll see.."Vados Bait Express Shipping Business". Click where it says "Come on in..click here"

Follow the steps.

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ha ok.

i was just confused beause on teh bottom of the cart thing it says- Thank You for your order. On-Line Orders do not include shipping.

so i dont know what i should do

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Send me 300 dollars and I'll get you all the bait you need for the winter.

heheh

(shipping not included means they will have to figure out the cost for shipping, then add that to the bill).

Just send me the 300 bucks - I"m your guy...

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