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Old 06-16-2019, 06:27 PM   #1
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Arrow $10-coupon; get the lead out

A J's Tackle in Meredith has $10 coupons courtesy NH Fish & Game when you get the lead out ...... protect the loons ...... or something!

https://patch.com/new-hampshire/conc...-protect-loons


..... oopsie-doopsie ...... me-thinks this program was for 2018 ....so's totally disregard this thread ..... whoopsie! .... and, be sure to be on the look out for crocodiles swimming along, supported by a yellow foam noodle, too!
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Old 06-17-2019, 02:46 PM   #2
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.... ok .... boys and girls .... probably, mostly boys ..... here's the latest with the $10-AJ's Tackle lead sinker deal ...... bring one ounce or more of lead sinkers to AJ's in Meredith and you get a ten dollar coupon good for fishing equipment at AJ's ..... what a deal ...... and apparently paid for by some conservation organization trying to save the loons from lead poisoning ..... and is happening now through Labor Day 2019 .... or until the 1200 ten dollar certificates are all used up ...... so 1200 x $10 is $12,000 ..... so, if you simply do this 1200-times .... you can walk away with $12,000 in AJ's fishing tackle .... all for yourself ...... something to do between now and Labor day!

https://www.wcax.com/content/news/2-...511380861.html
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This is a great thing to do to protect loons, fish and everything else. Lead is very toxic and it lasts forever
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