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Sporting Goods Stores

Good Day:

I'm looking for some good hunting/ fishing stores in the Seattle and Portland Area. Thanks in advance.

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Location: Rochester WA.
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I dont know if this is in your area but it is an exellent store. North of portland in longview/kelso area Bobs Merchendise. I highly recomend awsome store in my opinion. Here is all the info on where itis and everything.
http://www.bobsmerch.com

Bob's Sporting Goods

1111 Hudson Street

Longview, WA 98632

1-360-425-3870
1-800-292-5551

fax 1-360-636-4334

Special Order Information orders@bobsmerch.com
Bob Schlecht, Owner bobs@bobsmerch.com
Information/Questions info@bobsmerch.com

Traveling Southbound I-5 from Seattle

Take Exit #36 (Longview/Longbeach exit), stay in the right-hand lane over the bridge. Go through two traffic lights, then turn right on 12th. Go through 3 traffic lights. Bob's is on the right just past the intersection.

Traveling Northbound I-5 from Portland

Take Exit #36 (Longview/Longbeach exit), stay in the right-hand lane over the bridge. Go through two traffic lights, then turn right on 12th. Go through 3 traffic lights. Bob's is on the right just past the intersection.

Traveling from Oregon over the Lewis & Clark Bridge

Stay on Oregon Way, which will turn into 15th. Turn right on Hudson. Go through three traffic lights. Bob's is located on the right.

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Location: OlyWa
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Sportco in Federal Way, WA
http://www.sportco.com

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Location: Olympia, WA
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A really awesome huge store that has just hunting stuff is, The Sportsmens Warehouse, which is located in Silverdale. Another good place is GI Joes which has locations in Puyallup and Spanaway.

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Location: OlyWa
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The Sportsman's Warehouse is supposed to be 10 times better than Sportco, with a larger selection.

Can't wait to check it out.

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Location: Montana
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they are been to the one in Idaho Falls and the one in missoula,they KICK ASS!

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Location: Washington State
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I was surprised that no one mentioned G.I.Joes. This is a big corporate store but, it has just about everything you would need for hunting ect. They are a little high, just wait till they have a sale and you can pick up anything to do with hunting, fishing and camping at give away prices.
rk

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Location: OlyWa
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yep, GI Joe's was mentioned above by Hunt4Elk85.

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Location: Anchorage AK
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We got a Sportsman's Warehouse in Anchorage last year. They are like having a Cabela's catalog in a box. Every trip I make to Oregon I stop into GI Joes still because there are things they carry at lower prices than at Sportsman's Warehouse. Between the two, I can find everything I need for a week out on the islands summer or winter here in Alaska.

REI just doesn't cut it. Too spendy, and I can find everything there other places like http://www.sierratradingpost.com for gear. I like http://www.midwayusa.com or http://www.midsouthshooterssupply.com for nearly all the shooting stuff. Cabela's, Sportsman's Warehouse and West Marine for boating/huning/fishing gear.

Now I just need to find a reliable place to get only the stuff I dream I need...

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Location: Wa.
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There are items I pick up at several diferent stores.
Sportco always seems to be the most expensive but they do have the stock.
GI Joes is good.
Big 5 is good. When they have the stock.
Some of the locally owned stores have good pricing. To get you in the door. The nice thing about the local stores is the service.
Quantity buying power does make a difference.
I find most of my accessory items at Wally World at a fraction of what I would pay at Sportco or GI Joes.
Don't forget Ebay. In the last few months I have purchased several items of name brand hunting and fishing gear for dimes on the dollar. That's almost stealing. I receive it in a week or less and they thank me and tell me what a great guy I am. Most of the items come with a manufactures warrantee.

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Location: OlyWa
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Anyone one hear about a Sportsman's Warehouse opening in Fife?
I heard it will be near GI Joe's. I hope so.

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