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Nearest Mills Fleet Farm to Shakopee?

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Hey Gang-

I've been hearing about how great Mills FF is for sporting goods. Unfortunately we don't have them here in SD. Next weekend I'll be heading up to Shakopee and I'm wondering if there is a MFF in that area?

Thanks!

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Yes Sir.

Lakeville has a Fleet Farm. (probably 20 minutes east of Shakopee) It is located right off of Interstate 35. Directly across the interstate, you have Gander Mountain. Those 2 stores should keep you busy for awhile. grin.gif

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Here is a list of all there stores.

http://www.fleetfarm.com/locations_and_hours/

They do have a decent amount of stuff but you are probably better off going to Gander Mountain or Dicks. I'd say go to Gander since Dicks is always out of everything I want.

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closest one that I know if is in Lakeville. Not too far away. Take 101 east as it turns into Highway 13. Take that to 35W South, drive south until you see it on the left. Its right off the highway. It's just past Buck Hill (ski hill on the right) and just past Gander Mountain (another good place for fishing equip, which is also on the right)

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Cool! I'd really like to swing in and grab a few of the MFF and Gander shad rap colors! Do they still have them?

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yea, they should still have them at Gander. They might be on clearance though.

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New store coming to town in Prior Lake ,Lakers Sport& Tackle. Want to know what your looking for in the new store.

Thanks Tim

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If you're coming in on I-94 there's one in Maple Grove at Hwy. 169 and Co. Rd. 81 just north of 694.

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