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I got mine yesterday finally. I think I am going to get a couple of the ones on the front cover. I don't remember exactly, but it was a Bass Pro combo for about $50. Valued at about $150.


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Is this sale gonna be online too?!?!?


I just spent $250 there last night... :'(

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The Sale don't start until the 12th then watchout baby gonna get the Credit Card out & go shopping!   >:D

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One important thing to keep in mind:  if Bass Pro has a sale online, they will honor it at their stores.

Last year, I got the Johnny Morris combo for $100 less than the store price.  At the local Bass Pro, the rod was $150 and the reel was $150.  On line, they were each on sale for $99 a piece.  I printed out the pages from my computer, brought them into the local Bass Pro, and they sold them to me at the sale price.

Not a bad deal.

One of my favorite rods is the BPS Rick Clunn.  It has the thick cork grip, a titanium type Fuji lead system, and it feels great.  I have 4 or 5 of them.  I believe you can get them for $50 a piece.  Well worth it, especially if you use braided line.
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It seems like once you go over the $100 mark with reels and rods, there is no turning back.

perhaps, but I own several custom built spinning rods...one cost 450 twenty years ago, but it's sitting in the corner collecting dust...with the technology involved in rodmaking today, there's plenty of inexpensive rods I'd rather be using.

I really like the rods by Berkley and Bass Pro Shops the best...only using one of my many Fenwicks at this time (probably because it's a rod I built - sentimental attachment).

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Is this sale gonna be online too?!?!?


 The fine print on the back of the sales flyer says no internet of phone orders.

I plan on being there at 9am when they open the doors tomorrow! I can't wait!  ~c~

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Say guys, don't forget to bring your old working reels for the exchange & clean up on even better savings.  A $5.00 zebco 33 will knock off $100.00 off of a $500.00 reel, that's the most anyway, the Corrado that's normally 120, 130 is 99.00 with a reel exchange.