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Matt Johnson

Thorne Bros Spring Sale!!! April 20-22

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Thorne Bros Annual Spring Sale

3 Days! Everything will be on sale!

Come see manufacturer's reps, boats, free semianrs and save BIG!!!

When????

April 20-22 at Thorne Bros in Fridley, MN

Hours...

Friday: 10am-8:30pm

Saturday: 8am-5pm

Sunday: 10am-3pm

Seminar schedule...

Friday, April 20 at 6pm - Performance Plastics for Muskies

The next generation is here! Steve Jonesi will show you how and where to use them and how the new Forumula X baits might change fishing soft plastics for muskies forever!

Saturday, April 21 - Minnesota Muskie Guides in the 50# Club

These guides have had 50# muskies in their boats recently. Come find out how they did it--so you can too!

10am: Luke Ronnestrand

11:30am: Steve Jonesi

1pm: To Be Announced

2:30pm: Group Discussion with Luke, Steve and ???

Sunday, April 22 at 11am - Canadian Muskies

Tired of playing bumper boats here in MN? Brett Erickson will show you seasonal patterns that work in the land where fishing is the way it is supposed to be.

Sunday, April 22 at 1pm - Metro Bass Tactics

Matt "Mr. Finesse"" Johnson and Sean "The Ogur" Spraungel are polar opposites when it comes to bass fishing, but both are successful and can show you how to boat more/bigger metro bass that have seen it all.

Thorne Bros Spring Sale - April 20-22!!!

For more info visit www.ThorneBros.com or contact Thorne Bros at info@thornebros.com

Hope to see you there!

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