AJ FERNANDEZ CIGAR PROMOTION!

 

December 1st to December 18th

  1. Buy ANY 3 AJ Fernandez Cigars – Get 1 Bellas Artes Toro free ($11.15 value)
  2. Buy ANY 6 AJ Fernandez Cigars – Get 2 Bellas Artes Toro free ($22.30 value) AND 1 Raffle Ticket
  3. Buy any 9 AJ Fernandez Cigars – Get 3 Bellas Artes Toro free ($33.45 value) AND 2 Raffle Tickets
  4. Buy ANY 15 AJ Fernandez Cigars – Get 3 Bellas Artes Toro, 2 Vita La Vida Robusto, 3ct. Box Pinolero Figuratos, AND 4 Raffle Tickets ($90.40 value)

RAFFLE PRIZES

1st Place: AJ Fernandez Humidor ($285 value)

2nd Place: Viva La Vida Ashtray AND 3ct. Box Pinolero Figurados ($97.95 value)

3rd Place: Beverage Tumbler, Hat, AND 3ct. Box Pinolero Figurados ($57.95 value)

MYSTERY BOXES REVEALED!

IT’S TIME FOR THE REVEAL OF THESE 4 BOXES!

Box 1: 4th Generation 

Box 2: Peterson

Box 3: Chacom

Box 3: Savilnelli 

Come join us tomorrow for our Pipe Night and see these beautiful pipes along with many others. Our event starts at 6pm where we will have pipes, tobacco, drawings, discounts and so much more.

PIPE NIGHT UPDATE!!

Pipe Night on November 29th @ 6pm

We have a exciting update regarding the upcoming Pipe Night!!!!

We have just recieved a large number of different pipes such as, Peterson, Savinelli, 4th Generation Stokkebye, Chacom, just to name a few. We will also feature different tobaccos to accent these beautiful pipes. There will be discounts, specials, and a drawings where there will be many different prizes.

Here’s something to really get you excited and get the anticipation going! Below are 4 different boxes with mysterious contents, however, they will be revealed on Monday.

FISHING FACTS!

DID YOU KNOW?

Those unsightly black spots on the skin (and sometimes in the meat) of freshwater fish are probably tiny parasites called Neascus metacercariae, or black grub. The black spot is actually a protective case formed around the grub by the fish’s body. Don’t worry—Neascus is not harmful to humans and if you don’t tell your dinner guests, they might think the flecks are just pepper.

STAY TUNED NEXT WEEK FOR MORE!

PIPE NIGHT UPDATE AND INFORMATION

PIPE NIGHT AT THE PIPE RACK

Tuesday November 29th

6pm to “when the law kicks us out”

We will be having Erik Stockebye from 4th Generation Tobaccos and Pipes that will be sharing different pipes and tobacco during this event. Also, in addition to Erik, we will have Paul Hight from A.J. Fernandez with some great cigars that day as well.

BUT WAIT, THERE’S MORE!

Our Pipe Night will be featuring pipes such as Charcoms, 4th Gen., Nording, Pipe Accessories, and so much more. To really help get everyone excited for this upcoming event, we will be offering discounts on select merchandise along with a drawing and prizes on the day of this event.

We hope to see you all on November 29th and if you have any questions, please reach out to us or while you are here feel free to ask our knowledgeable staff members to help answer any questions you may have. Don’t forget to set your reminders and we look forward to seeing you there!

PRODUCT OF THE WEEK!

UGLY STIK ROD AND REEL COMBO

This week we have Ugly Stik Rod and Reel Combos as the product of the week. This specific brand is great for any experienced anglers and also for those of you who are starting out and are unsure of what brand to go with.

Lets take a moment and look at what makes this brand as good as they are. Ugly Stik solid graphite tip provides increased sensitivity while Maintaining the legendary toughness* you’ve come to expect from Ugly Stik. One piece stainless steel Ugly TufF guides provide maximiSed durability for use with all types of line (including braid) and eliminate insert pop-outs.

Stop in and see what we have available and our knowledgeable staff will be able to answer any questions you may have.

FUN FACTS WEDNESDAY!

DID YOU KNOW?

What is a copperhead? If you answered that it’s a poisonous snake, you’d be right, but you’d also be right if you said it’s a Florida bluegill. This jumbo-sized bluegill subspecies, which is a popular panfish found throughout the Deep South in stocked lakes, derives its name from the copper-colored patch in the middle of its forehead. A variation is known as the coppernose.

STAY TUNED NEXT WEEK FOR MORE!