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Frozen Smelt????

Post By: NDgrown      Posted: 2/17/2017 8:09:45 AM     Points: 120    
Does anyone have any idea on where I can buy frozen smelt? I have checked half a dozen places and no luck.

Thanks
 Reply by: El Jefe      Posted: Feb. 17, 9:04:21 AM     Points: 239    
You might check with some of the Asian markets.
I believe they carry them.
 Reply by: Trotline      Posted: Feb. 17, 9:06:37 AM     Points: 787    
Pacific Market 120th and Main in Broomfield
 Reply by: skiman      Posted: Feb. 17, 10:38:14 AM     Points: 1220    
Have you tried King Soopers meat market? Our local store doesn't always have them on hand, but they can get them.
M
 Reply by: Kokanee Bro      Posted: Feb. 17, 1:47:05 PM     Points: 224    
The Pacific Market on 120th and Main trotline referenced has everything that swims. Great place to buy bait cheap
 Reply by: Fishneveryweek      Posted: Feb. 17, 1:59:51 PM     Points: 27    
If you really, really want super high quality bait, google up the
Blue Water Bait Company in British Columbia. They can send you excellent tray bait frozen anchovies and herring, plus a number of other species that they catch fresh themselves. They are sent packed in dry ice. You can see the actual bait on their website. However, given the expense of Customs and shipping, plan on spending about $250. Don't know of any stateside bait outfit that is willing and able to send any frozen bait of that quality.
 Reply by: NDgrown      Posted: Feb. 17, 4:07:54 PM     Points: 120    
Thanks everyone. I found a huge selection at the Pacific Ocean Market. Thanks for the suggestion.

Ryan
 Reply by: riper69      Posted: Feb. 17, 7:45:01 PM     Points: 2289    
Is bass pro the only place to buy sucker meat what about sportsmans warehouse or gander mountain. Looking 4 a place to buy bait without going to budget tackle in granby
 Reply by: fishingfreak      Posted: Feb. 17, 8:22:03 PM     Points: 9173    
cabelas used to have them.
 Reply by: Kokanee Bro      Posted: Feb. 21, 9:41:02 AM     Points: 224    
Cabelas has them, and so does Jax. Many of the gas stations on 285 also cary them... Gunsmoke in Buena Vista usually has them.