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Matt Johnson - Brian Jones on ESPN Outdoors

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Matt Johnson and Brian Jones are a couple more FishingMN.com staff who are the go to guys with fishing information that the national media are gravitating towards.

Check out the article. You will notice that Matt is wearing his IceLeaders hat in the picture.

Click Here to see the ESPN Outdoors piece.

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Great to see some guys from here getting national attention. Nice piece of work!

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Congrats!

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Those boys know fishing!

I've fished with both of these guys on numerous occasions, and I'm glad you guys are getting the recognition you deserve! Congrats!

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Nice wotk guys!

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Very cool! Great to see you guys getting your names out there.

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I always had a feeling Matt was good, nice to see other people think the same. Good going Matt cool.gif

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I think the waiting list for getting to fish with these guys is getting pretty long.

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That really should make us all feel pretty lucky to be able to get information from him for free. You start to take for granted all of the expert information you can get on this forum.

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Congrats guys!!!

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Nice article guys!

Borch

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Great article. Nice work boys.

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Great job on the story Matt and Brian, it's great to see the Midwest is getting noticed more and more!!! We all know that the fishing is great in these parts, now everyone will also know we have alot to offer!!!

GOOD LUCK AND GOOD FISHING!!!

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