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Hey guys, I need to pick up some new lures and stuff for the new year coming up and wanted to know, when does bps have their biggest sale. what about Cabela's. Thanks!

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Usually the Spring Fishing Classic late Feb/early March.

Good deals, rod and reel trade-ins, etc.

That's for Bass Pro, not sure Cabela's.

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Lol, BPS never has a good fishing sale 

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Cabelas have random sales on different brands throughout the year, you'll have to check in store don't forget to hit up the bargain cave, most items aren't that great but sometimes you come across sweet deals

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During their classic the pro qualifier is usually marked down to 69.99 which is a great deal

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Laying here right now watching Shaw Grigsby and commercial came on for after christmas clearance some stuff 50-75% off.. uh oh I'm in trouble lol

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10 hours ago, daiwaguy said:

Lol, BPS never has a good fishing sale 

Hehe...In my opinion, this is pretty close to the best answer :)

The Spring Classic is probably "the best", but even then the sales seem very narrow in scope.  If you like BPS house brand baits, Zoom, Strike King (and perhaps a few others), then there are likely some deals to be found.

But when you consider how many things are not on sale, and add to that BPS's higher prices to start with, the value of the sale diminishes pretty quickly.

If you're comfortable shopping online, there are better options to save $$$.

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1 hour ago, Brent Christian said:

Laying here right now watching Shaw Grigsby and commercial came on for after christmas clearance some stuff 50-75% off.. uh oh I'm in trouble lol

my mistake that was Cabelas

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I primarily fish BPS brand and Strike King.  So for me, the Classic is the best time of year for me to buy lures on sale

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The Spring Classic is the best time to buy at Bass Pro. But check out Tackle Warehouse. They have better prices all year around with a much wider selection. Hope this helps!

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11 hours ago, collinfiske_RFC said:

The Spring Classic is the best time to buy at Bass Pro. But check out Tackle Warehouse. They have better prices all year around with a much wider selection. Hope this helps!

TW all the way.

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the rod and reel trade-ins are great if you have old cheap stuff you want to get rid of.  stack that with the deep discounts on the BPS rods and reels and it's hard to beat.  

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On ‎12‎/‎29‎/‎2015 at 10:45 PM, daiwaguy said:

Lol, BPS never has a good fishing sale 

The closest thing that resembles a good sale is the Spring Classic.

Go with Tackle Warehouse, your money will go farther there even with no sales.

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On December 29, 2015 at 7:45 PM, daiwaguy said:

Lol, BPS never has a good fishing sale 

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Actually another site, another site, has better sales than TW (15% and more sales), just as many lures etc., free shipping and they fairly regularly beat the price at TW. Plus they have a wish list and you get credit for future purchases when you buy.  Cabelas has its big sale around March/april. They have a smaller one before, but wait to the big one. Dick's has a very good sale in the spring as well. Try them as they give many 2 for ones.

 

They won't let me type another site send me a message and I will tell you or call  18773474718

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On 12/29/2015 at 7:54 AM, Brent Christian said:

Laying here right now watching Shaw Grigsby and commercial came on for after christmas clearance some stuff 50-75% off.. uh oh I'm in trouble lol

no it was mainly their store brand rods the new blanks are a different colour so they are selling them cheap like the graphite series were 25 instead of 50 when i went 

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The rod and reel trade in offer isn't bad. Wondering if they'll have name brand exclusions this year to drive buyers to their house brands?  Otherwise their sale prices are usually above TWs everyday prices. And most of their lure sales items are their house brands. 

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I noticed that BPS doesn't really have sales as well. Only their branded products go on sale as mentioned above. I'm in the market for a new rod to go with my new Lews BB1 pro. I have about $150 in gift cards burning a hole in my pocket. So I'am heading to the Atlantic City location this Sunday. How is the carbonlite rod series? They are on sale for $99.99 this week. Its either those or St Croix Mojo Bass for $120. Do they even compare?

How about their lures? In my experience, cheap lures don't catch fish.

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24 minutes ago, Tommy X said:

I noticed that BPS doesn't really have sales as well. Only their branded products go on sale as mentioned above. I'm in the market for a new rod to go with my new Lews BB1 pro. I have about $150 in gift cards burning a hole in my pocket. So I'am heading to the Atlantic City location this Sunday. How is the carbonlite rod series? They are on sale for $99.99 this week. Its either those or St Croix Mojo Bass for $120. Do they even compare?

How about their lures? In my experience, cheap lures don't catch fish.

some of their soft baits aren't bad it's pretty hard to mess up a senko, i use the flippin craws as jig trailers and they work pretty well.  haven't really tried anything else though

i would say get a mojo bass instead you know st.croix is going to last for an extra $20

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12 hours ago, Scarborough817 said:

some of their soft baits aren't bad it's pretty hard to mess up a senko, i use the flippin craws as jig trailers and they work pretty well.  haven't really tried anything else though

i would say get a mojo bass instead you know st.croix is going to last for an extra $20

Yeah, my mind is made up on the Mojo. I was going to try to sneak in a drop shot rod with my gift cards but I'm going to let that wait for now. 

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21 hours ago, Tommy X said:

I noticed that BPS doesn't really have sales as well. Only their branded products go on sale as mentioned above. I'm in the market for a new rod to go with my new Lews BB1 pro. I have about $150 in gift cards burning a hole in my pocket. So I'am heading to the Atlantic City location this Sunday. How is the carbonlite rod series? They are on sale for $99.99 this week. Its either those or St Croix Mojo Bass for $120. Do they even compare?

How about their lures? In my experience, cheap lures don't catch fish.

The KC BPS had Daiwa Tatula Rods for $99 and $109 last time I was in there.  A VERY good deal on a nice rod.  Check the clearance rack for those.

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This forum won't let me post the name of the place with better sales so I am trying to do it this way

 

LAND-----BIG-------Fish------.COM

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LOL the PM you sent me said "other site.com" and I thought you were trolling everyone/me.  But yeah that's a good site, have ordered from them before!

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