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Maplewood Sale

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just got an email GM in maplewood is closing 50 % off everything

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Been that way for awhile. Anyone been out there lately? Anything good left? I went the day I went to the St Paul Ice Fishing show and it was getting pretty bareboned then

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I was there this week. It looks like they've been bringing in some unwanted and returned items from the other GM's, but it's pretty much the same stuff that's been there for the last couple months.

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When closing stores, it seems like they always ship out the good stuff and try to sell the [PoorWordUsage]...

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If it's the same stuff that's been there for awhile I'll save myself the trip. Thanks for the update \:\)

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Glad to help.

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Is this the store that someone said was going to be their website shipping store?

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do they have anything left?

I know the store in EP is not selling boats ne more!!

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Yeah this is the maplewood location. It was going to the catalog store but now its just closing feb. 2nd.

As of the other day they had lots of apparel and footwear. They did have a fair amount of fishing gear. Mostly plastics and terminal tackle but they have had the fishing gear at 50% off for 3 months so its been picked over. The camping and hunting department are picked over pretty well, too. Pretty sure everything is at 50% except a few items like gun barrels (5%) and apparel ( 60%).

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Sounds like a guy may need to make a trip to Maplewood.:}

Sifty

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They are getting rid of everything. They are even selling the pictures on the walls, clothing racks, etc. Was in there again yesterday and it's still the same stuff for the same price.

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I was there and picked up 2 maps and a ice fishing jig. The maps were picked over but I got on e of Leech and Winnie - 70% off!

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