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Borch

Teams for 2007 HSO.com Forum Members Turkey Contest

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Borch    318
Borch

Here are the teams.

Let's all have a great season. When you come up with an official name for your team email me at jeffonthewater at aol

(Y)= Youth

HSO Team 1Team Score = 134.6325

OrionsXO

da_chise31 66.8125

outfishedagain 67.82

shiner2367

IceHawk

HSO Team 2 Score = 0

Dag_1979

Muskycrazy

Biglakeba$$

Fishinaddict (Y)

Big Dave2

Paintbrush

HSO Team 3Team Score = 61.375

Iffwalleyes

jnelson 61.375

Papa Grump

Ret swabby

Greybeard53

HSO Team 4 Team Score = 185.2875

bmc

Deitz Dittrich

RodNGun 58.875

Surface Tension 30.0625

Wallydog 96.35

HSO Team 5 Team Score = 57

sticknstring

Stratosman

RJR

wetaline

Cooter 57

HSO Team 6 Team Score = 118.5

Powerstroke 59.5

ChuckN

huntmup 59

fishnhooks

cw642

HSO Team 7 Team Score = 0

Hawkeye43

East Rush Rules

harvey lee

Captain B.R.K

Tippman

HSO Team 8 Team Score = 116.90

LABS4ME 64.65

tealitup

elwood

ccarlson 52.25

huntnfish

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Stratosman    0
Stratosman

Hey team 5...what's our name???

How's team longbeard sound?

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LABS4ME    0
LABS4ME

Team 8...

The Jellyheads?

Good Luck!

Ken

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Gordie    0
Gordie

TEAM 8 how about turkey terminators

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cw642    0
cw642

Does fishinaddict win the youth division by default?

Team 6 I'll be hunting 219A this year. Any Ideas on a name?

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Borch    318
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Does fishinaddict win the youth division by default?


Sure is looking good for fishinaddict isn't it. wink.gif

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paintbrush    0
paintbrush

Hey Borch: Why aren't you on a team?

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huntmup    0
huntmup

cw, I will be hunting 440A.

How about Team Limb hangers or Team Full Strut??

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paintbrush    0
paintbrush

Hey team 2: How about "Team Strut Stoppers" or "The Spur Collectors"?

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Gordie    0
Gordie

Hey team 8 I thought of another one how about team Beard Busters

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harvey lee    13
harvey lee

Team 8, lets have some names. How about Super Spurs? Corrected team 7.

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Nate McVey    0
Nate McVey

Hey Team 1, what do you think for a name? Beard Blasters? Spur Collectors? Beard Stalkers?

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Scott M    3
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Shiner,

Spur collectors sounds good. Let's copyright it. I'll be coming off the bench for our team, whatever I provide is merely gravy. Think Mark Madsen scoring for the Timberwolves; you don't count on it and when it happens you know things must going going aces for the wolves.

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outfishedagain    0
outfishedagain

GO TEAM 1!!!!

Spur collector sounds good.

here's one, Seducers or Team preyingmantis

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Tippman    0
Tippman

Harvey Lee, do you mean team 7 since that is the team you are on? Super Spurs would work for me. Gobbler Guru's sounds kinda neat too. Did you say you are using a bow?

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Muskycrazy    0
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I think I might have goofed up here . I drew a permit for the Wi. Turkey season and I see everyone else is from MN. Will my Turkey still count ?

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harvey lee    13
harvey lee

Tippman, I to date am not sure what I'am using. After the season gets a little closer and I do some more scouting then I will make that call. I thinks the bow is what I will be doing unless I really need to harvest a gobbler. Either name works for me. smile.gif

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huntmup    0
huntmup

Team 6 I have two more "HSO Dominant Destroyers" or "HSO Turkey Takers"

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Nate McVey

Quote:

I think I might have goofed up here . I drew a permit for the Wi. Turkey season and I see everyone else is from MN. Will my Turkey still count ?


Yes it does Musky, as I am hinting in the UP of Michigan. Good luck!!!

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HateHumminbird    0
HateHumminbird

Team 3:

Fighting Longbeards

4 Mud-ducks and a North Dakotan

5 guys not from WI

Smoked Turkey

Steppin' on heads

Butterballs'

Taste's like chicken

What do you think guys? Any others Team 3?

Joel

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sticknstring

team longbeard is fine with me stratos... i just shaved this morning so i hope i can still be part of the team...

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Mark Christianson    0
Mark Christianson

Team 2

I see someone is stealing the Spur Collector name. tongue.gif

How about the Gobbler Gang?

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Cooter    0
Cooter

Team 5 - I'm all for Team Longbeard. When and where are you guys hunting? I have WI season #3 which is April 25-29. If no go then I also have a tag for the 6th season which is May 16-20.

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Stratosman    0
Stratosman

Perfect then Cooter and Stick n string..

I myself will be chasing with bow and arrow since I did not get drawn this year, so not sure if I'll be much help. I will be hunting that season just southwest of Cannon Falls.

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Borch    318
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Hey Borch: Why aren't you on a team?


I like to stay impartial when it comes to judging birds turned in. I'll be having a great time just keeping things rolling. laugh.gif

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