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Matt C

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went to gander today to get my kid a rod/reel for x-mas....OUCH. They had a sale, and well will just say Dad had a hay day. Got myself 2 new rods and reels, flugers on sale, 20% off, couldn't go wrong? And misc other things that jumped out and said "hey, im on sale, buy me.!" They also had Arctic Armor on sale for 20% off. I think im now banned from Cabelas and Gander from the wife.

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Just let her know that your saving her the trouble of guessing what you want and then hunting it down. If that doesn't work, make sure to just tell her how much you saved, not what you spent. They understand that. grin.gifgrin.gif

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I just bought her laptop tonight. So all is forgiven.

Does that mean I have have a few more hundo too spend? laugh.gif

Was their a tourney on Kelly/Dudley this weekend? Way more guys than normal and someone at the launch with a clip board with a white found on road dead truck with Lund stickers...

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Merry Christmas.

I didn't know Gander Mountain carried Arctic Armor...

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I personally am not allowed in Cabela's anymore unsupervised after a simple run to get a pack of jigs turned into $180 worth of gear and two hours wasted wandering around the store!

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I got a $50 gift certificate from my brother in law to Cabelas a few years ago. It cost me $750. Now my wife tells everyone, no gift certificates to Cabelas, or Gander Mountain.

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