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lc pett

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Team 7 report here.

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paintbrush M/R

elwood

fishnhooks

chuckN

surface tension

I will be hunting in area 443 in season G.

Does anyone have any ideas on a team name??

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Hi there everyone! paintbrush checking in.

I'll be starting my seasons down in Kansas for Rio's. I get to start hunting on the 11th of this month. I'm ready to say the least. From there I go to SD. and then back here in MN, 425E and then off to Wisconsin. I'm going to be a guide in the Camp Ripley hunt for disabled vets April 22&23 and going to help my son out here in MN 249G. I'll have a busy spring! Love turkey hunting to say the least! I should be able to take a bird for our team with all my hunts where I get tags.

As for team names, Tom Terminators, Longbeard Lunatics, Team Gobblers Graveyard, or maybe Turkey Taggers or such?

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Hi guys elwood her and I start with the first season cant wait. as for team names I can only think of one at the moment

Turkey FAN adtics

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I like the team names Tom Terminators, Turkey Fan Adtics,and Turkey Taggers. I only have one name in mind Turkey Tumblers.

We are still waiting on fishnhooks, chuckN, and surface tension to check in.

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Ic pett throw those names in a hat and draw one out and thats our name unless there is any better ideas.

Good luck to all. its getting close to opener and I cant wait..

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I put all of the names into a hat and drew Tom Terminators so thats what our team name will be. Unless if someone comes up with a better name. Thanks for that idea elwood never even thought of that.

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Here, here!

Team name works for me....what's not working is the wait to get in the field. Turkeys are running all over the place driving me....crazy

240C for me.

Good luck all!

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ST checking in!

Team Name sounds good.

344 C Bluff Country, toms with big drum sticks and chewy.

Took a drive west Stone Lake, WI the other day. There were turkeys in every spot you'd expect to see them. Got me all fired up.

Good Luck guys.

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