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Turkey Contest Winners

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Well the results are final!

 

The Strut Stops Here won by a slim margin over Team 3.

 

ANYFISH2 had the highest scoring tom for Adults. 

 

Ryan had the highest scoring tom for a youth. 

 

It was again a fun filled spring.  Always love hearing the stories and seeing the pictures.  

 

Winners send me your contact info and I'll get prizes sent off later this summer. 

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Thanks Borch, and everyone that joined in on the fun. Love hearing the smack talk and the success stories.  Congrats to all the winners.

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Thanks Borch for putting this on!  I always appreciate it, and look forward to it every year.  Somehow this year, I almost missed it.  It sure is a great time of year that goes by WAY to fast!  I also wanted to congratulate everyone on success in the woods.  Way to go to everyone!

 

 

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A huge thank you to Borch for organizing the contest.  Truly a big reason I look forward to the spring and turkey hunting.

Love the stories and Pics.  They always make me want to be in woods.

Congrates to all the successful hunters, as well as to The Strut Stops Here Team and Ryan.  

Ryan may be near 1/3rd of my age, however, he is one heck of hunter we all could learn from!  Congrats.

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Always fun and another thanks to Borch. Everyone enjoy your summer.....

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Like everyone else I would also like to thank Borch for putting the contest on. It adds to the fun of an already fun time of the year which is turkey season. I just find it interesting the stories and pics of guys shooting turkeys in the snow all the way to ninety plus degree heat. Congrats to my team mates for shooting those nice birds and to everyone else who bagged a bird or just had fun in the woods and fields this spring.

 

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