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DonBo

Photo Contest. And the Winners Are.....

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First Place, HERO: Wallydog. Winner of an HS Strut Ring Zone Glass Pot Call (thanks Gordie).

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Second Place, HERO: TRM. Winner of an HSO hat (thanks Rick) and a handmade wingbone turkey call (thanks DonBo)

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Honorable Mention, HERO:

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First Place, NON-HERO: Sturg. Winner of a Ground Blind Backpack Bag (thanks Matt) and a Camo NWTF hat.

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Honorable Mention, NON-HERO.

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First Place, VIDEO: Wallydog. Winner of a Carry-Lite Pretty Mama HD Hen Decoy (thanks Matt).

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Scoot

Awesome! Thanks very much DonBo for doing this. Great work everyone with the pics and effort on the contributions!!!

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sticknstring

Nicely put together for the inaugural run at this DonBo! I really enjoyed seeing everyone's pictures from the field and hope to have this become an annual contest! Congrats to all the winners!

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leech~~

Oh the cute kids are winners every time!! laugh

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slimngrizzly

I ain't no turkey guy but you all got some GREAT photos there! Congrats to everyone!!

Way to set it up DonBo, youre a good man!

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Wallydog

I'm honored and humbled. Thanks Don and donors. I reckon it just pays to take that "better" camera once in a while!

Thanks again,

WD

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hugonian1

Great stuff there guys.

Congrats to the winners.

Great seeing all the kids with smiles on their faces.

Thanks Donbo for setting this up

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TRM

WOW Thanks Donbo for setting this up, and to all the donors. and congrats to all, very nice pics everyone.

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elevatorguy

Awesome job guys and thanks to those who made it happen! The winner makes me look forward to getting my children out there with me!

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