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Matt Johnson/Pat Smith Seminar - Thorne Brothers - Wed. April 4, 7pm

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Matt Johnson and Pat Smith will be discussing panfish tactics for area lakes for the coming open water season, so stop down and say hello!

Matt and Pat are both incredibly knowledgeable anglers in their own right, and together make a great informational 1-2 punch that will give you some presentations to try on your local waters.

Seminar: Overlooked Local Spring Panfish Spots by Matt Johnson and Pat Smith

Date: Wednesday, April 4th

Time: 7PM

Location: Thorne Brothers

7500 University Ave. NE

Fridley, MN

See you there!

Joel

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This is tomorrow folks! Take advantage of this opportunity to start the open water season out right. Matt and Pat are both very accomplished anglers, and best of all, they're great educators that are easy to talk to and approach.

Joel

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This would be a good one to catch. Matt and Pat are both great anglers, should be good.

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If all goes according to plan I should be down there for this one!

Hope to see you there,

Corey Bechtold

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