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Starting today we are having a contest to name our mascot on our sign. We will pick three names out of a hat on February 20th. Then from there it is up to your friends to vote for your name. On February 28th we tally up the votes and announce the winner. Top three names get a free Avalon Bait and Tackle T-shirt. The winner of the Top three gets a $25.00 gift certificate. Anyone can participate.
Rules.
1. Come in to the store or post it here.
2. Must be a family appropriate name.
3. Only one name per person

Also, we have had an enormous amount of new inventory come in. Come check us out you won't be disappointed!
 

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Gonna be hard since worms are both sexes!!!! Hook-ie????
 

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Earthworm


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  • An earthworm is a tube-shaped, segmented worm commonly found living in soil, that feeds on live and dead organic matter. Its digestive system runs through the length of its body. It conducts respiration through its skin. An earthworm ha…
    An earthworm is a tube-shaped, segmented worm commonly found living in soil, that feeds on live and dead organic matter. Its digestive system runs through the length of its body. It conducts respiration through its skin. An earthworm has a double transport system composed of coelomic fluid that moves within the fluid-filled coelom and a simple, closed blood circulatory system. It has a central and a peripheral nervous system. The central nervous system consists of two ganglia above the mouth, one on either side, connected to a nerve cord running back along its length to motor neurons and sensory cells in each segment. Large numbers of chemoreceptors are concentrated near its mouth. Circumferential and longitudinal muscles on the periphery of each segment enable the worm to move. Similar sets of muscles line the gut, and their actions move the digesting food toward the worm's anus.
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OK using scientific stuff here....I took the 1st letters of some of the "consists" and came up with GEM!!!!!
 
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