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Address:
309 Cedar Ave S
City:
Minneapolis
Postal Code:
55454

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6123393433
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Located in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood of Minneapolis, Minnesota – Midwest Mountaineering is a Mecca for outdoor enthusiasts. They provide the best gear and clothing for: adventure travel, backpacking, canoeing, cross country skiing, hiking, ice climbing, mountaineering, sea kayaking, stand up paddleboarding, and whitewater kayaking.
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Midwest Mountaineering; Fishing kayaks in the heart of the city

I've been going to Midwest Mountaineering most of my adult life for all my camping, backpacking, and paddling needs. So, when I really got into kayak fishing and wanted to upgrade my kayak, Midwest was the obvious choice. They have Jackson, Feel Free, Wilderness Systems, and several other major brands on site. They also have several 'test it before you buy it' events throughout the year; in addition, they host the Outdoor Adventure Expo, which has always been an amazing event. The staff are always incredibly helpful and the sale section at Thrifty Outfitters is always sure to deliver a great deal. The prices can sometimes be a little higher than large chain stores, but MM is locally owned and operated, so I can justify the few extra dollars.

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Good selection of Jackson, Feel Free, and Wilderness Systems kayaks, awesome sales staff, tons of clothing, large sale section, locally owned and operated
Cons:
Could use more kayak fishing accessories, prices can be a bit high

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In person
Number of transactions:
11+
Store location
Minneapolis
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