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DonBo

Chilakoot 3D Shoot Jan. 20th

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Chilakoot Bowhunters, 5 miles east of Stillwater on Wisc. Hwy 35/64 is having an outdoor 30 target 3D shoot this Sunday the 20th. Too cold? They will also have an Indoor 300 round at the same time.

Info call: 612-201-2882

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Thanks Donbo! I also wanted to say thanks for posting the other shoot dates as well. Keep them coming! Don't know that I'll make it over for this weekends shoot but looking foreward to the later ones.

Tunrevir~

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Chilakoot has a nice setup. I'm planning on attending along with my two boys. I really look forward to the outdoor shoots. I'm not sure why, but I never have enjoyed shooting indoors.

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metrojoe, you have mail.

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I second the nice setup, they really do put on quality shoots and I have enjoyed myself there in the past. I am hoping to be out on the ice this weekend as it is one of the few open weeekends I have left for the winter. Good luck to you all, check out the outdoor 3-d as it is alot of fun to shoot!

Tunrevir~

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Might be a little cold to shoot this weekend. I know I probably won't have the kids with me, but I still may make it. Hoofing it up and down those hills usually keeps me warm.

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Chilakoot will have an INDOOR animal shoot at the same time as the outdoor one if anyone thinks it is too cold but still wants to shoot.

As always, kids are FREE!

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There were 20 some people who came and braved the cold for this one. Thanks to all of you!

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