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Gordie

Team 4=SPUR COLLECTORS

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Gordie

Hey guys lets think of a name for our team and what area and time are you hunting

Lets win this thing guys Gobble Gobble

I'm hunting 338G

Some names

Turkey Takers

Gobbler Getters

Beard Busters

Spur Collectors

Turket FAN-Addicts

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rundrave

well I am probably the only one hunting in South Dakota

I will be in Gregory country (30A-37) and have 2 tags to fill. I will be hunting April 15th-17th.

I also have to note this will be my first time ever hunting turkeys. I am going out with a group of experienced guys so I hope they show me the ropes and I can get both tags filled. I cannot wait to get out there and hunt!

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mrklean

im hunting down in kansas the first week of may i also have 2 tags to fill im pretty excited to get down there tons of birds. i like beard busters

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Gordie

Good Luck guys sounds like lot of fun where you guys are going. I get to take my two sons out before I even get to pick u the gun so I will be honeing my calling skills for those gobblers grin

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dukhnt

I had to settle for a surplus tag this year. I will be hunting 442E. I kinda like the spur collectors for our name.

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Gordie

one vote for beard busters and one for spur collectors which one do we want probally should pick one before some other team gets it I also like spur collectors

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mrklean

haha spur collectors is fine with me just so we have a name

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sticknstring

It doesn't appear I'll be hunting Nebraska this year so it'll be E season in MN before I get my crack but I'm greatly looking forward to it. I'm down with Spur Collectors.

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rundrave

I like Spur Collectors as well

gobble gobble!

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Gordie

Spur collectors it is..

I will be scouting later this week for my oldest boy and preparing for my hunt as well. Good luck everyone and lets win this thing.

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mrklean

if we win we should make a shirt like the bone collectors with all our faces on it haha laugh

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Gordie
laugh that would be awsome

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DonBo

Good luck everyone and lets win this thing.

Yeah, good luck with that! roflmao.gif

Sorry...just had to give you guys a hard time. I'll go back to my own team now. (#6 Beard Trimmers, 2010 HSO Turkey Team Winners) smile

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Nightcrawler

nightcrawler here, same as last year but a better team ([second place two years running ,one last year with Donbo. donbo that beard trimmers or wisker trimmers?])

North Dakota, black hills , opener

New York , May opener

Minn, H 221

good luck and have safe huntS

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Gordie

Go get um nightcrawler and good luck to also..

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Nightcrawler

Elwood I think team 6 should change their name to "Peach Fuss" or "jake getters". grin had to move us up the latter.

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DonBo

Elwood I think team 6 should change their name to "Peach Fuss" or "jake getters". grin had to move us up the latter.

I see your very own Nightcrawler is a regular stand up comedian. A legend in his own mind. laugh

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Gordie

nightcrawler I dont care what Don Bo says about ya... your alright grin

peachfuzz now thats funny right there laugh

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Nightcrawler

bags packed , a long 36hrs to go. to the hills-to the hills we go.

do a little spurrrrrr collecting grin

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Gordie

Ok Nightcrawler Good luck and I'm praying you bag a long bearded,long spured monster turkey wink Go get um...

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harvey lee

Donbo, are you dreaming that you will be the 2010 turkey king???????

Go get um Elwood and team.

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dukhnt

Good luck Nightcrawler. Get us on the board.

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mrklean

pressure is on your now wink

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sticknstring

Good luck Nightcrawler!

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harvey lee

Love that avatar sticknstring.

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