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Matt Johnson - Thorne Bros. Seminar - Jan. 3rd!

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Make sure to head to Thorne on Jan 3rd 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!

See below for more information:

January 3--Panfish: Finesse and Aggressive Techniques--we've all been on the water when the fishing has been slow. Sometimes going into 'stealth mode' is what it takes, but other times 'totally obnoxious' works better to trigger a hit. How about when the fish are really going, will finesse or aggressive tactics take the bigger fish? We'll cover it all on this night.

Joel

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What time is the seminar?

Thanks.

Ron.

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We'll start around 7pm. Usually lasts about an hour or so, then we all sit around and chat some more smile.gif

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Thanks Matt. I'll be there.

Ron

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