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Hso Turkey Quest Team Submission thread

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HSO Forum Member Turkey Quest Submission Form

Turkey Contest 2016

 

 

Complete this form with your turkey’s measurements. Include photos of your turkey’s spurs and beard with a ruler or tape measure. Include in one of the photos your turkeys filled out tag or slip of paper with the date of the harvest. The turkey’s weight must be witnessed and signed by you and the witness below on this form.

 

Forum Member:_______________________________          Date:_____________

 

Team Name: _________________________________

 

Youth Hunter(17 or younger):Yes _______ No ________

 

Turkey Subspecies: _____________________

 

State/Province Bird was Harvested In: ____________________

 

 

Turkey’s Stats

 

Beard Length ____________inches

 

Spur Length ® _________inches (L)_________inches

 

Weight ___________ pounds

 

 

I certify that the measurements listed above are accurate to the best of my ability.

 

Forum Member: ______________________________________                       Date:_________

 

Witness:______________________________________________                      Date: ________

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Here is my entry. Go Team 3 Toes!  You can kind of see the tag on the scale photo  if a better pic is needed, let me know  

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Morgan's entry...

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FYI- I said 11 1/4" on the beard for this entry- it's in between 1/8" and 1/4", but closer to 1/4" so I went with it.  If anyone has a concern about this please feel free to round it down to the  1/8" mark. 

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Weight is in lbs and oz so 23.5 on the form is correct.

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If I'm missing anything please let me know.  I'm thrilled to help Morgan contribute to this thread for Team 2!!!

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Sorry for the delay in getting these up, and for any sideways photos (don't see an option to rotate them). Just been really busy lately. Go team Knock on Wood!

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The picture of the phone is where I have the picture of the bird on the scale. I did a bowfishing tournament and after 30 hours without sleep I made the mistake of putting my phone on the truck hood while I took off my jacket. It made it the 5 milles to interstate 35 then flipped off tbe hood and the semi behind us hit it. 

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