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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-24-2011, 11:17 AM Thread Starter
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freezedried minnows

Anybody know were I can find freezedried chase fish? These rubber ones look terrible.

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-24-2011, 03:31 PM
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Re: freezedried minnows

Freeze dried fish won't be much better Dave. You are much better off going with a good quality reproduction. Small fish are easy to cast yourself or you can buy them from a reputable reproduction supplier like Lake Country Replicas.
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Re: freezedried minnows

I guess that's what I'll keep using. Thanks Paul

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Re: freezedried minnows

Have you used the ones from Lake Country?? They do look a lot better than some of the other bait fish.
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Re: freezedried minnows

Those are the ones I've been using. I think I found freezedried ones yesterday after some time on the internet. They want $20 a piece for the painted ones. I'm ordering one and see what they look like.

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Re: freezedried minnows

I've gotten mine from Van Dykes taxidermy catalog..
Freeze dried....bluegill and crappie 3"-5" painted..16.99 unpainted.. 7.99. Shiner/minnow 2"-4" ..6.99 painted
3.99 unpainted.
Replicas are 12.99 painted.

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Re: freezedried minnows

That's where I've gotten them in the past but the last 2 times I called I was told they were discontinued. Maybe I'll call again. Thanks

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