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Sign Up thread for HSO 2008 Turkey Contest

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When you sign up for this contest please be sure to check in to see which team you are assigned to and keep updated with how your team is doing.

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Adult or youth

Here's hoping everyone has a fun excitement filled season!

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Signing up!! Powerstroke for 1 please. Adult, but don't tell anyone. I have a reputation.

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Table for one please, reservation shiner2367 grin.gif

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You can count me in!

Are you headed to the Black Hills Borch?

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Count me in too! I'm hoping I can arrow one this spring.

Adult.

Brian

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Count me in also.

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Count me in. I will have to go the route of archery as no gun lottery tag for me.

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Count me in again.

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Im gonna do it for my first time!

Count me in!

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Sounds like fun. Count me in

Adult.

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Woody1975

Adult

This could be fun!

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Count me

Adult ,can no wait to hit the turkey woods.

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I wanna play.

fishnhooks , Adult

"hooks"

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Count me in Season 227A....

Steve

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DonBo is in.

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As a returning champion from last year... I plan on defending my championship! Since I did so much to help my team last year!

DD is in!~

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Count me in

mnmuzzleloader

Adult

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I'm in.

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I'll be hunting again in land of multiple beards..............

Wally Dog

adult

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Please count me in for one, adult.

Roger

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Ok I forgot to say I'll be registered as 8point as a youth

Sorry

-Kev

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I'll play too, one adult please

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Sign me up please, first timer here. My season starts May 6th area 425 around Morton. Good luck all.

slayer73

adult

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Signing up, 1 adult. 227B

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Is the contest in state only?

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