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Pick yourself up a copy!

Keller Outdoors (local MN guys) produced this last year, or was it 2 years ago now, and I just watched it for the first time tonight. The local Gander (Eden Prairie) had a bunch of copies of it.

For those looking for a change of pace in videos, this is pretty good, and its entirely filmed in Minnesota!

I believe Border Patrol II is currently in the works.

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I believe Border Patrol II is currently in the works.


that would be correct

I agree, definitely a must-see for any true MN waterfowlers

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Border Patrol is awesome. I can't wait until Border Patrol 2 comes out. Dang...I think I better go watch it again right now!

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When did you get it at EP? I was looking awhile back and they did not carry it.


Today.

Head upstairs to the hunting department and take a left. About 20 yards from the top of the stairs, they have a 4 sided wire rack in the middle of the aisle with DVDs on it. Border Patrol was on the bottom in the area marked waterfowl videos, they must have had 15 of them.

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Scheels in Mankato has a stack of them upstairs. They had one playing for awhile on a big screen.

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Hanson, I heard the next one has better film angles. Have you seen it? I hope they do well.

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I have not seen it as I believe they are still filming.

There is at least one sneak peak clip on YouTube they released.

I actually watched Border Patrol again last night. grin.gif The diver hunt from Lake of the Woods might be one of my favorite waterfowl hunting video clips period. I see PierBridge posted a couple clips above, there is one more title MN Opener 2007 Teal Hunt. wink.gif

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I actually watched Border Patrol again last night


I did also, It gets better each time. Pro advice don't wach it when you have to work the next morning. Productitvity goes way down hill.

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