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Tools You Need to Save $$$ on Fishing Tackle

Sweeten online deals with these resources just like you sweeten a sparkle beetle with dead shrimp!

I shop locally for a lot of my fishing tackle. Nothing beats personal relationships and supporting a local business.

However, I find myself ordering online, mostly due to time constraints or availability. When I do, I am sure to make the most of my experience by using these tools.

Retail Me Not is a website that hosts over 500,000 coupons for 50,000 online stores. Go check it out. You’ll see that you can punch in any online store, whether it’s or

When coupons are listed on Retail Me Not there is an indicator on when the coupon was last successfully used and how often. This way you don’t waste time punching in coupon codes that don’t work.

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This aptly named browser extension is much more streamlined in finding you coupon codes.

I have used it for Amazon but don’t worry, Honey will do the heavy-lifting for you and automatically pop up letting you know there are coupon codes available and how many.

If you choose to do so, Honey will go to work applying dozens of coupon codes to find the one that will get you some…honey.

Honey Chrome Browser Extension

Honey Coupon Codes
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Coupons at Checkout

This is another browser extension that works very much like Honey. So why bother installing it? Well, think of Honey and Coupons at Checkout as being two soft plastic lures that are different colors.

Sometimes fish want a different color, right? Well sometimes Coupons at Checkout will have a usable coupon and Honey won’t, or vice versa.

The browser extension works in Chrome but there is also a mobile version. I haven’t tried it out, but I imagine the user-experience is similar.

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About the Author Devin Denman

Devin is the founder of Louisiana Fishing Blog and enjoys exploring new fishing spots on Louisiana's coast. He prefers using artificial lures and casting tackle, but won't hesitate to break out a popping cork when the time is right.

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