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tnt slabs ? #9749483 02/18/14 07:26 PM
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I just ordered some slabs from the tnt slab website .anyone order anything recently . Seems like Brian has posted in a while. Thanks leeroy


Re: tnt slabs ? [Re: leeroybrown] #9749525 02/18/14 07:42 PM
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You're good. He posted a while back that he is real busy raising his youngen and working but will get the orders out asap. May take a week or two he said but you will for sure get the slabs thumb


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Re: tnt slabs ? [Re: leeroybrown] #9749669 02/18/14 08:16 PM
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Good deal thanks for the info cheers


Re: tnt slabs ? [Re: leeroybrown] #9762606 02/23/14 12:10 AM
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Leroy, I see your order should ship out Monday or Tuesday. Hadnt posted anything in awhile as it had been so cold I hadn't been able to make baits. By the way congrats, your order was the last order from TNT SLABS unless someone else buys the business. Check out the link below in my signature...I was the original TNT Slab owner...hope you will look at www.redneckfishn.com for your future slab needs. Thanks for your support!


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Re: tnt slabs ? [Re: leeroybrown] #9763848 02/23/14 02:51 PM
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Bryon, I didn't know you were back in the biz. I thought you sold the biz several years ago.

Working a full time job, fishing, family, etc. really makes it tough to keep a lure biz going.

Good luck to www.redneckfishn.com in their endeavors!!

Next time you are coming to Texoma, give me a shout.


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Re: tnt slabs ? [Re: leeroybrown] #9764040 02/23/14 04:16 PM
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Hey Axman, Your Partly Right, I Had Most Of Those Bait ShopsAnd AcademY Stores While Working Full Time, Family, And Fishing,etc. So....I Have ScaLed Back, I Do Still Work Full Time, My Family Is Minus One(exwife), Currently Have Zero Stores, Which Will Change Soon, (I Would Like To Have 3 To 5 Quality Stores), Fishing To Be Honest, I Do Very Little Of That Since Lake Altus Went Golden Algae. I Just Am Looking To Peddle A Few Lures, Not Looking For A Lot Of Business, Just Sell A Few Thousand Baits A Year.Thanks For Your Reply.


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