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Tippman

2009 Turkey Teams

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So Borch when are we getting the signup going for the 2009 teams? Or are we just running with last years grin

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Bring it on Tippman!! grin Pretty sure you and the rest of team blind squirrel already got your acorn last year! wink

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You tell 'em Cooter! Team Blind Squirrel, now that's funny right there.

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A lot of earley smak here.... Cooter going to fill your tat this year?

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I'm trying to get it together.

Work has me running circles around myself right now.

It may be just for bragging right s this spring. Time will tell.

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Cooter going to fill your tat this year?

OUCH!!! crysick!! Had that one coming, didn't I?

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Cooter going to fill your tat this year?

OUCH!!! crysick!! Had that one coming, didn't I?

Ha! I like it.

Bragging rights are just fine with me, I don't mind grin

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BTW Cooter, mine is bigger than yours... in our avatars smile

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Lets not go there! grin You're spoiled in MN on muskies. My best last year was a 43" and thats pretty respectable unless you cross the border to MN or Canada. On your hometurf a fish like that won't even make anyone blink. Watch out though, our clubs been stocking Leechers in Wissota - I'll get a WI 50 yet!

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Where was the fish in you avatar from? My PB is a 49" from Eagle.

Thought this was a turkey hunting forum...sorry guys.

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Id be game for the team things, I joined too late last year tooget signed up, but think it would be fun.

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Let's get this contest started. I didn't get signed up early enough last year so I just had to watch and ended up with killing a bird that would have won the whole contest, mabye we can do it again this year.

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Long beard assassins will be back to defend.We had some brute of birds.Going to have to make sure we get some with multiple beards again get those points up there.We might not repeat but we will make a run at it.

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