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Fall Turkey Seminar - Joel Nelson - Wednesday October 11

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Topic: Fall Turkey Hunting

Hosts: Joel Nelson

When: Wednesday, October 11th

Time: 7pm

Where: Gander Mountain - Forest Lake, MN

Description: Joel will discuss the fall turkey season in detail, describing the primary differences between the fall and spring hunts, and what tactics are important this time of year for taking your turkey. If you’re interested in hunting turkeys this fall, or even if you’d like a primer for the upcoming spring hunt, we’ll be talking all things turkey! Come and see what you’ve been missing by only hunting the spring season, and how hunting this fall, will make you a better turkey hunter next spring.

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Just doing a quick roll-call here, who's planning on attending?

Any specific topics/questions I can be sure to address?

Joel

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Tonite's the night! If you're looking to learn a few things about turkey hunting then come see Joel at the Gander Mountain in Forest Lake. Joel is an experienced hunter who has a lot of cool information that he's looking to share.

So, 7pm tonite at the Forest Lake Gander Mountain!

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