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stubbys on Noodles???? #10632033 02/20/15 03:30 AM
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What do y'all think? Or stick with cut bait

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Re: stubbys on Noodles???? [Re: chargerboat] #10632311 02/20/15 11:13 AM
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I'd give it a shot.


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Re: stubbys on Noodles???? [Re: Texas Brave Ranger13] #10632496 02/20/15 01:51 PM
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If your into fish I think it should work OK..But if its slow gona wash away with time.

Re: stubbys on Noodles???? [Re: chargerboat] #10632718 02/20/15 03:17 PM
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Stick with the cut bait.But would love to sell u some it does work on small lakes if you stay with noodles it takes about 10 minutes to disolve of if the wind is blowing.But thanks for asking good luck.



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