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Borch

Final HSO Contest Standings

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HSO 2008 Forums Turkey Contest Teams

(Updated 6/13/08)

Boss Tom's #1 Team Score = 186.225

Riverhuntfish (Y)

CNY Lee

delzz7---74.1

Deitz Dittrich---52.78

Sorgy---59.345

bmc

Tumblin Toms #2 Team Score = 152.515

fishermuskie---63.605

MJCatfishJR (Y)---18.75

Dan Brelje

123fish---20.25

mnmuzzleloader---49.91

MJCatfish

Tom Terminators #3 Team Score = 178.35

badfish

huntingmaxima---65.9625

Cooter

Sabo38---55.2

DonBo---57.1875

fishnhooks

Team Four Skins #4 Team Score = 45

LABS4ME

Jackpine Rob---26

Setterguy

Browning24 (Y)---19

Powerstroke

Long Beard Assassins #5 Team Score = 245.1025 *WINNER*

Tippman---59.08

8point (Y)---30.9 *WINNER YOUTH*

Hoyt4---67.2

Mnpurple---61.125

Sticknstring---14 *CONSOLATION PRIZE*

Paintbrush---57.6975

Strut Busters #6 Team Score = 145.15

Mozy

SlamNFish

Klecker

Wallydog---49.4

Woody1975---19.5

eric29---76.25 **WINNER HIGHEST IND. SCORE*

Strut Zone #7 Team Score = 73.675

Huntmup

Nightcrawler---46.675

Jackpine Jr (Y)---27

RogerMN

outfishedagain

Papa Grump

Black Beard and His Men #8 Team Score = 87

PierBridge

birdswacker

2044Mustang---62

slayer73

shiner2367---25

Jakes or Better #9 Team Score = 122.375

Greybeard53---63

FrontenacPike

Schmidty

Green Diver

elevatorguy---59.375

Email me your address info. I'm still waiting on prizes so it will be later this summer before you get them in the mail. I'll be away on vacation for the next few weeks.

Send the info to jeffonthewater at aol dot com

Thanks for another fun filled spring!

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Thanks for setting that up Borch it was fun keeping track of everybody's success all season long. Congrats to the winners. Next year going to let the jake walk and get that high point gobbler!

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Congrats to team#5.. Nice Job!.

Thanks Mods for the fun time again this year....... Can't wait for next year!

"hooks"

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It was another fun year, nice to have this contest. Boy and I almost didn't join, sure glad I did now grin

Borch easier for you to mail the call or meet me somewhere?

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Congrats to team #5 and every one that scored a bird this year. It was another great season and a fun contest.

Thank you Borch for putting this togather.

Thanks to all for the prize donations.

Goodluck this fall if you draw a tag.

Dan

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