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60 target 3-d shoot this coming august

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if interested shoot me an e-mail and i will send you info on the 3-d shoot at praire woods environmental learning center near spicer minnesota!

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This is some of the info on the flyer for those that are interested. This will be a fun shoot for all, hope to see you there!

West-Central Bowhunter 60 3-D Archery Shoot

Open to the Public Membership not required

August 8th & 9th 2009

Registration: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm Saturday 9:00 am to 2:00 pm Sunday

Cost (Full Course, 60-Targets)

$20.00 Adult $15.00 Youth under 16 $55.00 Family max

½ Course (1-loop, 30-Targets)

$12.00 Adult $8.00 Youth under 16 $32.00 Family max

60 Targets: Rinehart/McKenzie Mix

*Stakes for Adult, Youth/Traditional and Cub

* ALL NEW 3-D Course

Held at: Prairie Woods Environmental Learning Center

12718 10th Street NE, Spicer MN 56288

@1.5 Miles West of Hwy 71 on County Road 29 Watch for signs!

GPS coordinates: N 45° 14.716 W 95° 1.777

Co-Hosted by: Little Crow Archers, Willmar & Swift County Archers, Benson

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Sounds like a great shoot My son and I will probably be there is there any ribbons or trophies for the cubs

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That would be great to see you there.

Were still working on the details, I will post any updated info as it gets closer.

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just bringing it back to the top of the topics as it is only a few weeks away!!! should be fun

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They are going to have participation ribbons for the youth shooters. The adults can keep score for bragging Rights, but are not required to turn in a score, Just a fun shoot for everyone.

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Coming up this weekend hope to see you there!

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only a few days away!! Anyone planning on coming??? The layout is great and it should be an awesome shoot!!

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I want to but have a lot this weekend my son really wants to so I'm going to try

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Was a awesome shoot. They did a heck of a job on it that is for sure. I went with my 14yr old son and he had a blast as well. I hope they do it again next year and we will be able to go again. Good job of putting it on guys and gals!

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rbs, glad you enjoyed the shoot! We were very happy with the amount of shooters that came and heard alot of good comments. It was nice of praire woods to allow us to have it there cause the location was fantastic!!

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how many shooters did you have over the weekend? I think we were around 20 at 9:15am on sat and it was busy.

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For the whole weekend we ended up with a little under 150 shooters which we thought was a great turnout considering the weather on saturday morning!!

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