I am looking for the address to try to order a Mr. Snappy for fishing.

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Oh hi Ken, I googled it for you and I'm not sure if this product is actually in production but I think I might have found who made it. Maybe you can try contacting them?

Fishgun Robotics, Inc.

1508 N. Jefferson Ave.

Loveland, CO 80538

970-412-0565

Attn: Mark Mordecki

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