Originally posted by: sscasteel on 4/23/2006 6:41:49 PM
Anyone wanting something from my store buyout, in the way of:.. line, baits, plastic/rubber or terminal tackle, = please do this.
Send ASAP.. your requests or questions to my older email address // firstname.lastname@example.org // I can respond better/faster from it than Roadrunner.
Most of my inventory is still in Joplin, MO. in a 45 ft. Cargo trailer, and my buddy may soon be headed for Texas with a bunch of it.
I may also have him take any line and small lures/ baits I have listed in THE FISHING GEAR section, as there hasn't been too big a response from those lists.
Please send in the following info. a brand name, or model #, length, color / type/style.
I plan on being in Joplin 2-3 times over the next  weeks and will try to find all I can from any received NAFC members Request /Wish lists.
I still haven't even touched any of the Terminal tackle:.. hooks, sinker, swivels, and bobbers packed away.
I know I have several brands of popular Bass fishing worm hooks alone in them.
I must still go through ALL 94 milk crates of rubber/plastic, <!--graemlin::eek:--> <!--graemlin::eek:--> to see what is in them, as I did not pack them. Nor who did, <!--graemlin::(--> label them with what was in them.
There are indeed worms, grubs, lizards, twisters, and Crawfish.
Several colors of them and Sizes.I just don't know what.
Not trying to lose sales, but check Cabela's Bargain Cave out ASAP.
I went there the other day and the had 2-4 inch twisters and grubs [many colors and patterns] in mostly 7-10 count plastic sealed bags and some up to 20 count.
Single or Double/twin tailed twisters also.
Most were marked 49 and 59 cents a bag... <!--graemlin::eek:--> <!--graemlin::eek:-->
I bought up all I could of them from the Kansas City, Kansas Cabela's store and took them back to my buddy in Joplin.
We re-marked each bag at a $1.00 to add to our inventory in a area we lacked much of until we finally get to bag up stuff from those extra tubs and milk crates. <!--graemlin:;)-->