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Rabbit hunting tournament

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Heading out the door for the annual bunny tournament. Wondering if anyone else on here gets together with friends for anything like this. 13 guys 3 groups 8 am to 4 pm. Last year it took lots of bunnies to win. Outlook is lower this year as snow has drifted in the wood lots making it tough going.

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never heard of this tournament i would love to be a part of it but i guess i'll just take my rabbits on my own time smile that way i always win

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Yah we do one of these hunts in fulda. We had 24 teams of two

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is this organized or just between local guys? I havent heard of these before. I have seen a ton of jackrabbits in north and south dakota this year.

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Its an organized hunt that is out of a local bar. We shoot cottontails. You have to clean them after you check in or your points will not count. Three points for a head shot with a 22 2 points for a dead rabbit shot with 22 1 point for dead rabbit shot with shotgun. Its a blast rabbit stew after we also fry some up. Since the bar is just out side of town we hae a shoot of for prices.

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Where is this tournament located? Could we use beagle? Sound fun. 

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On 2/3/2017 at 8:49 PM, Yangbeagle said:

Where is this tournament located? Could we use beagle? Sound fun. 

 

Yangbeagle Welcome to the forum.

It looks like this was posted back a few years in 2009. The way I'm reading it sounds like just a bunch of guys getting together for their own bunny hunt tourny.  :)

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This year the late snow would have made for snowshoe hunting. 

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