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Alexandria Pool Demo

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The Vikingland Muskies Inc. Chapter will be hosting a Muskie Lure Pool Demo on Monday Night.

February 16th between 7pm and 9pm at the Discovery Middle School, 510 North McKay Avenue. We will Gary Bartlett; Lake of the Woods Guide and Rep for Drifter Tackle -- Brad Hoppe; Central MN Guide and Owner of Musky Mayhem Tackle -- and Jason Summers from Chaos Tackle, Home of the new Medusa Swimbait.

These three guys will be showing lures from their companies plus a number of other manufactures. Most of the lures that hit the pool Monday Night will be given away to people attending the demo.

We will also be holding a raffle to win a new G.Loomis Musky Rod -- Valued at $250.00

Christopherson's Bait and Tackle will be giving out discount coupons to be used in the store on Muskie Tackle or almost anything else. (electronics not included)

Public is welcome and the cost is FREE. Come out and see a bunch of the new lures hitting the market in 2009.

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Hey Steve,

I wish I could make that deal.

Sonds like a great time. You have some pretty heavy hitters in the line up.

Good Luck with the demo.

"Ace"

Ace guide service.

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Hopefully I'll be able to make this one.....I wanna see the Medusa in action. Bought a couple of them and they look sweet.

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ACE,

I wish you could make it down, it would be great to see you!

I have been working hard with the Vikingland Muskies Inc Chapter and we have a great Pool Demo tonight and we are planning our Banquet for March 21st.

The money raised at our events goes back to our community and we are trying to get a permit to do some stocking.

Thanks,

Steve Sedesky

Vikingland Muskies Inc.

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