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    Default Weird Mystery Bait...

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    Weird "Mystery Bait" catches Anglers Like Crazy!

    Magic size and color combination triggers "instant-strike instinct" in every angler's brain. Click To See What It Is! >>>>

    Lol, oh the irony.

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    Yes, please click on it. The more clicks, the more I get paid.
    My name is Randy Newberg and I approved this post. What is written is my opinion, and my opinion only.

    "Hunt when you can. You're gonna run outta health before you run outta money."

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    This made me smile, reminding me of the weekend paid programing for a fishing lure system guaranteed to catch bass. My oldest son was determined he had to have it.

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    I can only assume that when you click on the link it shows a picture of a penniless starving fisherman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by katqanna View Post
    This made me smile, reminding me of the weekend paid programing for a fishing lure system guaranteed to catch bass. My oldest son was determined he had to have it.
    hahahahaha your oldest son and I had something in common growing up

    I'll never forget my dad and I were fishing for smallmouth and we had a camel (yes the cigarette) branded crank bait. I was like there's no way I'll catch anything on this dad, it literally had a camel on it. I was so mad he made me use it.... not even a dozen casts and guess who landed a huge smallie.., hahaha he said he wishes I coulda seen my face

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    Looks almost as good as the banjo minnow

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    In our house it became a verb. Banjo minnow-ed: (v) to get suckered real bad.... REAL BAD.
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    Quote Originally Posted by neffa3 View Post
    In our house it became a verb. Banjo minnow-ed: (v) to get suckered real bad.... REAL BAD.
    I think that was the brand of the fishing lure system my son just had to have, and yes, he did get suckered. We all teased him for years and years for his falling for their "lure".

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