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Poolside demo tonight

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Sorry for the late post--

Sheraton Minneapolis West Hotel in Minnetonka next to Ridgedale

Don’t miss the Pool Side Lure Demo by John Roundsley of Thorne Brothers, May 19th: 6:30-8:30 pm at the Sheraton Minneapolis West Hotel 12201 Ridgedale Drive; Minnetonka (Just off I-394) instead of normal monthly meeting.

John Roundsley will bring some of the new rods, reels along with the baits and people can throw, and he'll talk about what they are doing. New stuff is cool, especially with all the new rods and reels this year.

John will also demonstrate how to present lures that are new to the muskie world, as well as some old favorites. See topwaters, jerkbaits, bucktails, spinnerbaits, gliders, crankbaits, swim baits, and others that shake, rattle and troll! You will get tips on enticing that monster muskie to eat your bait and make your year more successful!

John has spent several years as a Professional gunsmith and still spends a lot of time working in the field. On top of working on guns, John is also a competitive rifle shooter and avid hunter. During the open water season, John is a Professional tournament angler who won the NABC Championship in 2011. Outside of hunting and fishing, John enjoys most sports and even captained the 1989 Coon Rapids High School soccer team.

We thank the Sheraton Minneapolis West Hotel for the use of their pool, which should allow members to circle the pool to see the lures.

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