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Duluth Bowhunter Education Class

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FYI, there is another Bowhunter Education Class scheduled for March 12, 19, and 26 at Gander Mountain in Duluth. This class wasn't listed until recently and I was the first one to sign up (they will cancel it if more people don't sign up). The next closest one to Duluth is in Carlton in April I believe.

Anyway, get the word out. If you plan on hunting in the Duluth City Hunt you need this class.

-Chris

p.s. I posted this in the archery forum as well, but this one gets way more traffic these days from what I can tell. Sorry for being off topic, but....

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Is it a three night class, or is it three seperate one night classes? I will try to sign up for it.

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Don't know to much about it right now, but you could check the Arrowhead Bowhunters Alliance website for more info.

bowhuntersalliance.org

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I was told it is a three night class by some lady at Gander when I signed up.

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