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Bait around Lake Grapevine #13996014 05/13/21 02:41 PM
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I am looking for a bait shop off of 114 near Lake Grapevine.
Where do I get some minnows?

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There might be more, but there are only two spots that I know of.

You can go to Yates Corner Grocery - 2190 E Dove Rd, Grapevine, TX 76092
Or Chevron (think its called CJ's or AJ's as well) - 1098 Texan Trail, Grapevine, TX 76051

If crappie fishing I would lean towards Yates, Chevrons are huuge, more for bass fishing in my opinion

Re: Bait around Lake Grapevine [Re: SangerCrappieMan] #13996041 05/13/21 02:53 PM
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I believe Yates has them. Corner of Dove and Kimball.

There was a Valero station that used to have some as well. One other spot on northwest highway near downtown. Sorry. I can remember the names of those two.

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The only bait shop worth going to on Gvine is yates. They don't count their minnows like some and they are usually not busy. I would say call ahead though as they tend to sell out at times. The Valero station on texan trail is the worst. They short you minnows and they are sitting in those bags for hours when you buy them.

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Originally Posted by fishin'aholic2
The only bait shop worth going to on Gvine is yates. They don't count their minnows like some and they are usually not busy. I would say call ahead though as they tend to sell out at times. The Valero station on texan trail is the worst. They short you minnows and they are sitting in those bags for hours when you buy them.


Agreed 100% on the Texan Trail Valero/Chevron, whoever they are; pre-bagged, huuge minnows, not worth the price or stopping to get them really.
Yates pretty much has Grapevine minnows on lock it sounds like, I was hoping someone chimed in on a spot I wasn't aware of either.
Not a lot of options, we usually just jig hand ties when we go out there for crappie.

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Thanks everyone. I appreciate it.

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Another vote for Yates, always my go to when headed to Gvine.

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