If you love to shop, then Black Friday likely feels like your Super Bowl Sunday. But if you don’t, you probably feel like staying inside with the shades drawn until the holidays are over. This year’s Bass Pro Black Friday 2020 sale will satisfy both camps—you’re about to get great deals without having to fight the traffic, crowds, and long checkout lines.

Bass Pro Shops kick-started their holiday promotions a lot earlier than usual, and is discounting hundreds of hunting, fishing, camping, and other outdoor gear and gifts to help you get your shopping done long before you even think about putting the Thanksgiving turkey in the smoker. And because perusing so many items can be daunting, we’ve already plowed through it all and cherry-picked a list of the best bargains. Take a look, fill your cart, and have more time on your hands to get outside to do the things you love!

Best Bass Pro Black Friday Deals 2020

Whether you’re looking for the best bargains, or for very specific brands you love, the best Bass Pro Black Friday deals give you plenty of great options to choose from. If you see something you like, don’t wait—some of these will sell out fast.

Bass Pro Shops Pro Qualifier 2 Baitcast Reel—$70 (was $100). The new baitcast reel from Bass Pro Shops is made from a single piece of machined aluminum. It has a seven-bearing system with instant anti-reverse and a dual braking system. It’s easy to make brake adjustments too, with the pin-release side plate. And, the thumb bar is soft for your finger’s comfort.

Mr. Heater Portable Buddy Propane Heater—Now $80 (was $100). Get warm and stay warm anywhere with Mr. Heater’s Portable Buddy Propane Heater, which can put out up to 9,000 BTUs an hour. That’s enough to heat a wall tent, a camper, or an ice fishing shanty. Bring one to your deer stand or duck blind and you’ll stay out there longer. A one-pound bottle of propane will keep the heater running for up to six hours.

Zoom Zlinky 5-inch June Bug—Now $4 (was $5.50). If you fish wacky rigs for bass, you need a worm that’s going to shimmy and dance with every subtle lift of your rod tip. That’s exactly what Zoom’s Zlinky June Bug worm does. It’s super-soft, so it reacts to the slightest twitch, and has small ridges all along its body that send out bass-attracting vibrations. It’s salt-impregnated for extra attraction and has a molded-in hook slot to make rigging easy.

Simms Headwaters Pro Mesh Vest—Now $90 (was $130). A good fishing vest has to do three things simultaneously: Hold a lot of gear, keep it accessible, and be comfortable to wear. The people at Simms knew this when they designed the Headwaters Pro Mesh Vest. It has 20 pockets of various sizes to hold a variety of tackle boxes and gear, along with a rod holder loop, a rod butt sling, a landing net attachment, two D-rings and two built-in retractor clips. A padded neck collar ensures that you’ll carry your gear comfortably.

Zoom 6-inch Lizard—Now $2.50 (was $3.00). Bass eat salamanders, because the lizard-like amphibians eat bass eggs. That’s why a plastic lizard is a great choice in spring, when bass are spawning. But bass don’t turn off their hate the rest of the year, so it pays to keep lizards in your tackle bag at all times. Zoom’s 6-inch Lizard has supple legs and a tail that quivers realistically in the water, especially when you put it on a Carolina rig and drag it slowly around points and weedy flats.