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Matt Johnson - Thorne Bros. Seminar - Jan 17th!!!

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Make sure to head to Thorne on Jan 17th for a great seminar. Matt and Pat are incredibly knowledgeable anglers, and are willing to share some hard-earned knowledge. As a special bonus, there will be some after seminar discounts to those attending!

The seminar starts at 7pm.

See below for more information:

January 17--Multi-Species Tactics: How To Catch Those 'Other' Species--everyone likes to catch panfish, perch and walleyes, but have you tried to target anything else? Ciscos, whitefish, smallmouth and largemouth bass, white bass, catfish, eelpout and more will all fall to ice angling tactics and often fight much better than the 'traditional' fish. We'll also go over how to jig for pike.


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Pat and I will be at Thorne Bros all day on Wednesday, so feel free to stop in at anytime.

I'm really looking forward to this seminar. It's going to be a fun one! Get to talk about multi-species and we plan on throwing in a variety of subjects.

Hope to see a lot of you there! smile.gif

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Thorne Bros is located right off of University Ave in Fridley, MN.

Here's a link to their website and they have directions on the bottom of the homepage... www.thornebros.com

It's about 2 miles north of 694 on University...

Pat and I are both excited for tomorrow night, it's going to be a lot of fun!

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I wanted to thank you guys for the seminar last night. I truly enjoyed it and feel I learned a lot from it. I dont fish for Cats and doubt I ever will but your fishing rigs and lures gave me some new things to try and the tactics you discussed will hopefully make me a better hard water fisherman.

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