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tunrevir

Any 3-d shoots coming up?

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I haven't shot for awhile and was wondering if there were any 3-d shoots around the metro in the near future? I probably missed out on alot of the early season shoots. Is there a way we can post updated shoots as they are coming up for those of us that are looking to shoot a bit between fishing forays? Just a thought. Thanks in advance!

Tunrevir~

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I've been hitting a few here and there all winter long. I mainly shoot the Indianhead Archery league. You can check out Chilakoot's website for upcoming shoots. Otherwise I'd check out MSAA's site.

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Thanks metrojoe, I was thinking about chilikoot but Wasn't sure what the sit address is is it just the name and .com?

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Just south of Faribo there is one this weekend May 5 & 6.

They had one last weekend too.

Pretty fun shoot.

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www(.)chilakootbowhunters(.)org

There is a 3D shoot this Sunday at Rapids Archery. I should be there as long as it isn't pouring rain.

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The Lester Prairie Archery Club has its 2nd and last shoot this weekened, great set up. This is located west of the TC off Hwy 7. Follow the signs off Co Road 1 and Hwy 7 to the south towards Glenoce. The turn off of 7 is right at Shadow Brooke golf course. This is a fun shoot, they even have a gator set up in the river. Beware of the iron buck!!

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