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13-Count Berkley PowerBait Fresh Water Floating Mice Tails 3" Fishing Bait

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Amazon.com has 13-Count Berkley PowerBait Fresh Water Floating Mice Tails 3" Fishing Bait on sale from $2.78 as an Add-On Item w/ $25+ orders (details). Shipping is free with your $25+ orders. Thanks Selman

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Fishing: These are extremely popular trout baits. They normally run around $7 on Amazon. This is the lowest they have ever been with free shipping for Prime. QA note: add on item.

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Orange silver/chartreuse as well
PowerBait Floating Mice Tails https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EO97...ICbEY3Z6M8
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Good deal. Maybe put "Amazon Add On" in the title. TU!
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Pain to pick one
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I didn't know fish ate mice.
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These catch trout like no other. Single hook on the ball part and just float it.
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These catch trout like no other. Single hook on the ball part and just float it.
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I didn't know fish ate mice.
Use a mice lure for some bass.. watch how they explode on it.
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I didn't know fish ate mice.
Lol I didn't know they use for trout, must be new/newer fad. I've seen/used for bass for 30 + years
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Huh those are cool looking. Use something very similar but in .5" length for sunnies and crappies ice fishing. Going to try em, have some stocked ponds near by.
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These catch trout like no other. Single hook on the ball part and just float it.

Use a mice lure for some bass.. watch how they explode on it.
live or frozen?
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Lol I didn't know they use for trout, must be new/newer fad. I've seen/used for bass for 30 + years
I've done well and so have others for quite some time now. Slow trolling with a 1/8 - 1/4 oz bullet weight 12-18" above the mice tail. Just enough so it keeps the bait a few ft below the surface during the winter / early spring months for trout (when they are shallow).. Casting them from shore works too.
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live or frozen?
Artificial, for bass... Such as this: https://www.tacklewarehouse.com/L...AgQAvD_BwE
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Bought 2 packs... you guys convinced me.
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"Cat"fish eat mice.
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