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nate larson

Great deals at Gander Mtn. (Everything 5-50% off)

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FYI...The Rochester Gander Mtn. is having a moving sale. I stopped by last night and they had some very good deals. All fishing lures are 30% off. Everything in the store is on sale. They had a good selection storewide as of yesterday. I picked up a LOT of stuff. Check it out if you have a chance.

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what did you buy me?

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I know, believe me, I know. I've dumped a good bit of cash there since the sale began.

The Rapalas have been hit hard and their selection is down now, but they still have tons of other stuff, spinnerbaits and buzzbaits for 69 cents, lots of line, plastics, mimic minnows, jig heads, hooks, bobbers etc.

Flies are 70 cents each too. Won't find them cheaper than that anyplace unless you tie them yourself.

Nothing like a moving sale!

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Wonder if Fleet Farm will do the same????

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Pretty picked over now. Walked in and walked out.

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