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Deitz Dittrich

Oct 15th Turkey hunting seminar

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Gander Mountain Lakeville Presents:

Fall Turkey Hunting Tips & Tactics

Hosted by Joel Nelson, Hotspot Outdoors/Fishing Minnesota Prostaff

Meet in the Lakeville Gander Lodge.

Monday, October 15, 2007

7:00 PM

(Located at I-35 & County Rd. 50)

Joel will be discussing differences between the fall and spring hunts and specific fall strategies for taking birds in either of Minnesota's two fall turkey periods. Calling, setups, food sources and social behavior will be addressed, as will detailed information regarding the areas you hunt.

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