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  1. Who in OC carries greens? Anyone sell them in quantities larger than 1 small plastic bag? Hate paying full price for a bag of bait I'm buying 3-5 of every trip. Would much prefer overbuying to save for the following weekend.
  2. Anyone know the particulars ??? My backers need to know ASAP ... I know the bait guys are thru-the-window, but we are a bit different.
  3. In case folks are having trouble finding open tackle/bait shops in Monmouth County, I know that Giglios Bait & Tackle in Seabright is operating as normal (and is my #1 pick), as well as Julian's Tackle & Bait on Route 35 (note: the shop isn't open itself, but it has a live bait vending machine on the exterior of the shop, which is perfect for the current social distancing environment). Happy Fishing!
  4. Most tackle shops have great staff. But there are a couple where the staff has long faces like they've got a pack of 8/0 hooks embedded in their asses. Geezuz Ka-rice! Would it pain you to not scowl? It would be great if the tackle shop owners behaved with at least basic courtesy but you know what, I can make do if at least pull the hooks out of their behinds and lose the scowl, I'd be cool with that. Then there are a few that, starting at the top and working its way down to the hired help, they seemingly couldn't give a damn to stop talking to each other and ring up a customer. What's up with that? I usually know what I want but I can't tell you how many times I've stood at the cash register waiting to check out and the help is just sitting around chatting.
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