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Jigging Bob

Fargo-Gander Mountain Store Open

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Jigging Bob

Have any of you been in the new Gander Mountain Store in Fargo, ND yet. It is pretty cool. They sell 4 wheelers there and everything else you could want hunting fishing and camping to. Jeas in the next couple years the super scheels is predicted to be in Fargo to, I am never going to be able to keep the paycheck in my wallet if they keep building all these cool stores.LOL

Here is one of their sweet deals at Gander Mountain right now:

Just figured I would let everbody know it was finished.

Good luck out there.

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Gissert

Jigging Bob -

Make sure you save enough money for an extra beer and frozen minnow treats when Nellie and I pay you fish house visits....

They just opened a similar GM store down in Lakeville last winter. I have got some good deals there, especially on ice fishing gear when they are closing it out in February. Got some "First Ice" brand rods there for seven bucks. These have YAD blanks under the first ice name. Very nice poles for the money. They are usually about 20 shims a piece.

I also hit that place in late November when they are moving the hunting clothes out for the year. Fabulous deals if you keep your eyes open.

My only gripe (a very small one) so far is their bullet selection for reloading is pretty limited. I just had to order my .338 bullets from Cabelas since GM did not have what I wanted, and seemed reluctant to get them.

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Jigging Bob

Don't worry Gissert, I rarely head to the ice house without the beer or liquior. I always save some beer money. A guy has to have priorities you know.LOL I can't wait to see you Nelly out on the icecube again this year. Theres always a couple beers and frozen minnows for both of you.

Where is this GM store located in the lakes area? I would love to check it out some day.

I just ordered a stock from Cabelas before I knew GM was open here. I am hoping I didn't get screwed to bad. LOL Seems like GM is usually a bit cheaper. Oh well.

Talk to you later

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GRAND DAD

I will have to go check that out Gissert I live in Rosemount I do belive lakeville is right down the road!

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Gissert

Grandad-

It is right across 35W from Fleet Farm. A little store to keep me occupied until I can get to Sweet Home Underwood on the weekends.

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JB -

The GM store I mentioned is in the south metro area of the Twin Cities.

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