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TonyAngler
Posted: Jun 05, 2018 - 10:45 am


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hey everyone,

I am pretty sure many have noticed the prices for all types of fishing gear under the sun have surged significantly in the past few years...
Le Baron used to be my go-to place but it closed down...went to bass pro 2 days ago and 1 bag of 5" senkos is like $10.99...

I live in sauga and work in markham/richmond hill area. I am all ears to any tackle shops that have good price!

Thanks in advance,
T

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doubleblue44
Posted: Jun 05, 2018 - 11:22 am


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its tough, I love Gagnons but for tackle it is a wee bit more.
Sign up for Sail's club, cant remember the name - but you will get an email when they have their 15 and 20% off days, I hit them only then and stock up on gear.
Trombleys tackle in Orrila has awesome selection too, just a wee bit far. my 2 cents

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Posted: Jun 05, 2018 - 02:57 pm


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I also live in Mississauga and I feel that SAIL has better pricing that BassPro.

Keep an eye on the sales.

Yes, sign up in the SAIL VIP club and you will get all notifications

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Posted: Jun 05, 2018 - 03:42 pm


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QUOTE (TonyAngler @ Jun 05, 2018 - 11:45 am)
hey everyone,

I am pretty sure many have noticed the prices for all types of fishing gear under the sun have surged significantly in the past few years...
Le Baron used to be my go-to place but it closed down...went to bass pro 2 days ago and 1 bag of 5" senkos is like $10.99...

I live in sauga and work in markham/richmond hill area. I am all ears to any tackle shops that have good price!

Thanks in advance,
T

If you work in Markham like I do, your best bet would be Bass City on Hwy7. I"m pretty sure it's between Warden and Kennedy

The owner is really nice and very helpful. If you need line put on or you need your rod fixed,they offer those services as well.

I used to go to Lebaron all the time as well.


I also frequent Gagnon Sports a lot. Justin or Mike will be able to take care of if you can make it up that way.

But, my go to store for bass gear and lures would be Pro J's by Warden and Sheppard. He has the best MegaBass selection of any store I have seen. Plus, they are very knowledgeable and always willing to share their wealth of knowledge.

Good luck.


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riverrat
Posted: Jun 05, 2018 - 04:09 pm


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Cabelas but I am bankrupt and can't buy any more lures or gear. Can barely pay for gas!

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BlackCrowe13
Posted: Jun 05, 2018 - 05:08 pm


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Sail is consistently less expensive than the other big boxers from what Ive seen. Last time I bought some Husky Jerks, they were $2 less than everywhere else. Does not seem like a lot, but buying 4 or 5 and essentially getting one for free is a win in my eyes.

Sail FTW

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colanut
Posted: Jun 05, 2018 - 06:39 pm


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I go to Gagnons for their knowledge and to support the little local guy. However, if price is a major deal, for me it's Sail hand down. I bought some Rapala weedless shads at Gagnons for 10.49, and then went to Sail. They were only 9.49 there, so I bought more. Won't be running out that lure too quickly, but at least they catch fish. Go Rapala!

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Posted: Jun 05, 2018 - 07:02 pm


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QUOTE (riverrat @ Jun 05, 2018 - 04:09 pm)
Cabelas but I am bankrupt and can't buy any more lures or gear. Can barely pay for gas!


It's tough when funds are low. But fishing is more than a luxury, it is a way of life.

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Posted: Jun 05, 2018 - 08:26 pm


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Time to start fishing yum dingers instead of sencos 😉

Sales at Sail seem to be about the best price locally. I still like to go to East Hill and Gagnons as they are close on price and are family run.

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Posted: Jun 05, 2018 - 09:09 pm


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I like bass pro shops and fishin USA online.

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mephisto_lake
Posted: Jun 07, 2018 - 05:56 pm


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I don't really have a go to tackle shop, if you're in Bay of Quinte this week highfalls has a sale going, 40% off reaction innovation beavers, their stock is pretty top notch. I just buy enough to keep me going till next june. I usually just repeat the process with different tackle/different store.

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John 59
Posted: Jun 07, 2018 - 07:50 pm


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Gagnons and there prices on some gear is cheaper as I just got a Fenwick HMG for 99.95 Regular price at Sail and Bass Pro they are 125.00

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Attila
Posted: Jun 09, 2018 - 12:53 am


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Bass Pro Shops; they can order things in from the States that we can't normally find up here and they will price match items as well.

I still go to Sail for certain items as well as Gagnons too though.

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buckybird
Posted: Jun 12, 2018 - 04:05 pm


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Gagnons will try and order it if they can and I will pay more at a ma and pa stores to keep them a float!

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