New Season Of Fish Ed TV To Debut October 3rd

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Lindy Land, September 24, 2015 – The second season of Lindy Legendary Tackle’s Fish Ed TV hosted by longtime fishing guide Jon Thelen begins Saturday, Oct. 3 at 8:30 a.m. Fish Ed TV airs on Fox Sports North and Fox Sports Wisconsin. On Jan. 2, the airtime moves to 12:30 p.m. each and every Saturday afternoon through the end of March.

JThelenWinterSm“We had a great filming season for Fish Ed TV,” Thelen said. “This season’s tips and tactics are sure to help every angler catch more fish no matter where they fish.”

Fish Ed TV is filmed on public waters throughout Lindy Land, where Thelen shares the secrets to catching walleyes, pike, crappies, bluegills and other species that he learned through decades of guiding anglers. The goal of the show is to educate anglers, in turn, helping them catch various species in the popular waters we all have the opportunity to fish throughout the Midwest.

FullSizeRender“We traveled the Midwest from east-to-west and north-to-south this year, filming on a big variety of waters to create shows that highlight tactics and locations for various gamefish,” Thelen said. “While the first season was a huge success, we really dove deep to provide even more fishing information this year. By simply watching Fish Ed TV each and every Saturday, I am confident you will become a better angler.”

About Lindy Legendary Fishing Tackle – The Lindy Tackle Company was created in 1968 by members of the Nisswa Guides’ League in the heart of Minnesota’s Brainerd Lakes area. The goal was to market a revolutionary new walleye fishing product called the Lindy Rig. Since then, the original Lindy Rig has found its way into 40 million tackle boxes. During the decades since its creation, the company created several more products that deserve the “legendary” title, including the Fuzz-E-Grub and the Little Nipper.

Contact: Jon Thelen
Lindy Legendary Fishing Tackle
612-720-3837
jonthelen@comcast.net

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