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Turkey Lottery Results Are Online!!!!!!

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RogerMN

Second year in a row for 339 period F.

Good luck to everyone.

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woody1975

Found out my daughter and nephew got drawn for 349 A also. Kinda screwed up my plan. I was thinking we'd get drawn this year and they'd get drawn next year, but I guess even though they didn't apply previously for this area, there pref. points follw where ever they go. Should be a blast - It will be my daughters first year in the turkey blind - Gonna be tough if a 25# with a 10 inch beard comes in, but the first one is hers.

DL

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kingr

Second year in a row for 244. I can't wait!

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Capt'nMorgan

what site is it posted on?

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Capt'nMorgan

found it,

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WAG416

Drawn for 262 C !!!!

My first Turkey hunt ever...Im Nervous

Any one else hunting North of Moorhead?

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maros91

First year applying. I figure I would apply for the A hunt to build up some preference points but ended up getting drawn. 152 A baby!!! grin.gif Only 5 people per hunt also.

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PierBridge

That's unbelievable Bill... Congrats!

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zrmo440

Got lucky this year. Second year in a row for 349 B! Can't wait for the season to start.

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8point

Got drawn for zone 344 C!!!!

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bassphish2005

227 C came up for me,I nearly peed my pants,I am so darn pumped right now

YES!!!!

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Sergeant Slabber

240 D here I come!!

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Hammer Handle

Great...my wife got picked too. So much for getting away from the wife to hunt....

Ha ha! Just kidding. Can't wait to take her out and teach her to turkey hunt!

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WaveWacker

344A Birds are being seen on the farms now. We'll see in a couple of months.

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waxworm

second year in a row not getting drawn for 442 B, kinda stinks. \:\(

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Hammer Handle

My father has three big toms that come in his yard twice a day.

But, his "law of the land", no hunting with 200 yards of the house.

He sees them this time of the year...but by the time hunting comes around...they disappear.

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Cooter

It'll probably be last minute for me - I have 4th season here in scoonie but am group hunting with a first timer and his dad....I'll probably be the last one to pull the trigger so we'd need 3 birds in 5 days. So unless lucky that will leave me with buying a leftover tag for either the 5th or more likely 6th season - bring er right down to the last wire I guess! I'll hunt unit 37 and then 20. The nice thing is I'll have a ton of places to hunt in 20 - almost too many for a couple days of hunting.

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