. – The word on the street is that Folsom Lake is on fire right now, and fish are everywhere – and biting. But tournament anglers, even those with only the slightest experience know that no matter how good the bite is reported to be, the better prepared you are…the better your chances are at success.
To this end, Thursday, April 18th at Fisherman’s Warehouse
in Sacramento, beginning promptly at 6pm, FPT “Tech” will host one of the most informative classes of the year, giving those that want to learn, detailed instruction in sonar concepts and how those concepts can be applied to today’s high-tech fish finder/sonar units – regardless of the brand of the sonar unit.
Len Vinci from Johnson Outdoors
, without doubt, is the most knowledgeable manufactures representative in the industry, and will host this intermediate level sonar class that will help FPT competitors participating in this Saturday's event on Folsom Lake, as well as those that fish for species other than bass, gain a better understanding regarding the concepts and nuances of today’s sonar technology - as it applies to locating and catching fish.
Study materials will made available, refreshments will be served - PLUS there will be a FREE raffle for a new Humminbird Fish Finder
for all that attend!
In addition, the official FPT Ranger/Evinrude promotional boat fully rigged with dual interlinked Humminbird Side-Imaging units, Minn Kota 101 Fortrex trolling motor, 3-bank battery charger, dual Talons, and the new Huminbird 360 sonar unit will be on display, to help you visualize your rigging options and answer any questions you may have.
FOR THIS CLASS ONLY
- Buy any Humminbird fish finder, Talon, or Humminbird 360 from Fisherman's Warehouse - April 18th thru April 21st and be entered into a drawing for a FREE one-day entry into the 2013 Yamamoto Big Bass Challenge event!
Please remember that seating will be limited - with priority seating given to those that have attended one of the prior Basic Sonar Concepts classes held by FPT Tech, so make sure you call the FPT offices (916-768-0938) or send an email to ([email protected]
) to register - and guarantee that you get a good seat.
Remember, FPT "Tech" classes are non-brand specific, so whether you own a Humminbird, Garmin, or Lowrance, fish for largemouth, Kokanee, or stripers, there will be something for you to learn...so make sure you get there early so you can get a front row seat!
See you all there!
(go to http://www.futureprotour
to see the schedule of upcoming classes in your area)