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is cabela's opening a store in roch, seen many ad's in the local paper, for different position's it said for rochester, so just wondering?

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Not that I know of, but I would welcome one. I checked their website and there was no mention of a store opening here. Actually I kinda doubt they would as they already have 3 "fairly close" stores in Mankato, Rogers, and Prairie du Chain. I did hear mention a few months ago, however, of a Bass Pro Shops being built at the Mall of America. Haven't heard anything new on that however.

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yea, as much as i would like to have a cabelas too, i doubt they would build one this close to owatonnas cabelas. but, you just never know.

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Ya know what we need in rochester is a Bass Pro Shop!!!

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YEP, I'VE BEEN TO THE ONE IN ATLANTA GA, LOVE DIGGING THROUGH THE $2.00 OLD LURE BIN'S,YOU CAN FIND SOME GOLDEN EGG'S IN THERE, LIKE $7.00 LURE'S OR MORE IF YOU LOOK HARD ENOUGH!WOW, BASS PRO SHOP SURE SOUNDS GOOD! smirk.gif

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