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If there’s one thing many people learned in 2020, it’s that the convenience of online shopping can be a silver lining in an otherwise turbulent time—and it can become quite the timesuck. To save you the time of looking at page after page of items, we’ve culled the list of Cabela’s Cyber Monday deals available right now. We found a list that will put a smile on the face of your favorite hunter, angler, or camper this year. Get great deals on some of the finest gear plus the convenience of online ordering and home delivery. Translation: Bye-bye long Black Friday checkout lines. Have fun shopping!

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Best Cabela’s Cyber Monday Deals 2020

Bass Pro Shops 100MPH GORE-TEX Rain Bibs For Men—Now $200 (was $250)

Lowrance Elite-9 Ti2 Fish Finder/Chartplotter – Elite-9 US Inland Al 3in1—Now $600 (was $1,000)

Mr. Heater Big Buddy Propane Heater—Now $130 (was $150)

Firefield Spotting Scope Kit—Now $50 (was $100). If you know someone that’s taking an interest in long-range shooting, or maybe a young hunter learning the ropes, a spotting scope can be one of the most useful tools they can own. For that, you can’t go wrong with the Fairfield scope kit. It offers the far-reaching view that makes spotting scopes so popular without breaking the bank, it’s easy to use, and it’s built to resist water, dirt, mud, and whatever else Mother Nature throws at it. The unit itself has a 20 to 60x magnification setting and 60mm objective lens so plenty of light gets through. The kit also includes a tabletop tripod, soft carrying case, lens covers, and a lens cloth to keep the glasses as clear as possible.

Bass Pro Shops 100 MPH GORE-TEX Rain Jacket For Men—Now $200 (was $250)

Masterbuilt 30′’ Digital Electric Smoker With Window—Now $130 (was $230)

Vortex Viper HD Binoculars – Roof Prism – 10x42mm—Now $300 (was $500)

Garmin Instinct Wearable GPS—Now $170 (was $250)

Rig’Em Right X-Factor Layout Blind—Now $250 (was $280). A well designed, well-built layout blind helps a goose hunter remain concealed until it’s time to spring forth and drop some birds from the sky. The X-Factor blind does that in spades. Constructed around a steel frame, the inside boasts plenty of space for storage. There’s a zip-out foot bag that’s removable for easy cleaning, and the layered, padded seat, backrest, and headrest make it easier to wait between shooting opportunities. There are several stubble straps along the outside to help someone better mask the box, and it includes a removable shoulder strap for easy transport to and from the field. At 84-inches long and 36-inches wide, and weighing 20 pounds, it’s a great asset for any goose-hunter’s setup.

Cyclops Varmint Light—Now $120 (was $140). Across the country, hunters are taking up predator hunting as a way to fill the void between the end-of-fall big-game hunting season, and the beginning of spring seasons for game like bear and turkey. The great thing about hunting varmints, like coyotes, is that mating season generally occurs in late winter when the animal’s fur is thick, and the action can be terrific, if you know what you’re doing. Even more exciting is that some states allow hunting at night and the use of lights and other aids someone wouldn’t normally be allowed to use during other seasons. The Cyclops was developed specifically for predator hunting in harsh conditions and the 250-lumen beam can project enough light to shoot out to 200 yards. Made from aircraft-grade aluminum, it has a remote on and off switch, it runs between two and four hours on a single charge, and it has multiple mounting options.



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