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Matt Johnson Seminar - Opening Day Lunker Largemouth - Sat. May 5th

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Matt Johnson Fishing Seminar - Opening Day Lunker Largemouth

Where: Thorne Brothers - 7500 University Ave. NE, Fridley, MN

When: Saturday, May 5th, 11AM

Details:

On Saturday Thorne Bros. will be having an Opening Day Lunker Largemouth seminar at 11am by Matt Johnson. Matt's seminar will be accompanied by Thorne's Spring Sale, as well as the Shimano Fishing Tour.

The Shimano Fishing Tour is sponsored by Ranger Boats, Yamaha Motors, Costa Del Mar Sunglasses, and Gamma fishing line. Come on in during the Tour and register to win a 20-foot Bay Ranger boat and motor package, two adventure packs from Costa Del Mar and other great gear prizes!

And now here's the BIG DEAL! Someone is going to have a chance to walk away from the Shimano Fishing Tour with $10,000 in Shimano's 'Cast For Cash' Challenge!!! The contest will go like this.....everyone who shows up will get a raffle ticket, and on the last day (Sunday), one person will get drawn toward the end of the day to get 1 cast at a target. If they make it, they win $10,000. They will have no prior knowledge as to the target size, distance, etc. but will get 10 -15 minutes to warm up prior. This will be a great event for the kids--so bring the whole family.

Come on down, enjoy the seminar and the other fun events at Thorne this weekend!

Joel

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