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    Team 11 -

    Congratulations! Here is your team for the 9th Annual Archerytalk Turkey Contest! Please begin by signing in and having 1 member send a PM to each of the remaining members advising them of what team they are on with a link to this thread. Use this thread for discussion purposes including posting trail camera pictures, discussing tactics, etc. Discuss among yourselves a team name and have your team come to a majority. Once a team name is chosen, have one of your teammates post it in the Team Name Registration thread. Please keep your team in the loop as the season goes on. Hunt smart and have a safe and successful season! Good luck to each and every one of you!



    bigkuntry72
    cschwanz
    FrArchery
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    Hoyts&HD's
    hunter97
    Lovehunt11
    marshgunner
    Newdiggings
    slayer73
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    Hey all! I will send out the PM's now
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    I was thinking a good name would be The Beak Busters!
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    I agree with that name
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    I agree
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    Checking in from Nebraska. Name suggestion. Duck or Bleed
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    Checking in from Ohio hopping to bag my first turkey this year, sick of tag soup for the past three years!!
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    BLACKOUT HUNTING
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    Whats up everybody! I like Beak Busters for a name.

    Checking in from Indiana. Real name is Corey. This will be my first year turkey hunting with a bow. I'm sure ill be looking for plenty of advice from you guys over the next couple weeks
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    Checking in from Michigan. I'm trying to keep my streak of 6 years in a row going.
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    Minnesota here! I have eaten tag soup for a few years now because I have been picky. Not this year! If it has a beard it is gonna get hurt!

    As far as names go it really doesn't matter to me...
    Ryan
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    Southwest wisconsin here. Bagged nice Tom last year. Hope the same happens this year! Good luck to all.
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    Checking in from Missouri! I'm only 16 but have killed 3 birds with a bow the past 2 years and 10 with a gun. Hopefully will stick a few different birds this year. Beak busters is a good name. Or beard busters
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    I am good with any name.
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    So who is using what for broad heads this year? This is my first year turkey hunting with a bow and I was thinking of trying the Magnus Bullheads out. I shoot Rage Hypos for deer and might take a couple of those in my quiver as well in case I don't get the up close head/neck shot I'm hoping for with the Magnus. Whats the head of choice for the rest of us?
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    I'm Rage 3 blades
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    I use Thunderhead 100 grain for birds.
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    The quiver is stocked with bullheads and 1 3/4 cut grim reapers. All depends on how close they come in to.
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    I'm
    Gonna be using two blade rage
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    Hoyt Spyder Turbo 28.5" 60# ripcord sos extreme archery products exr easton axis 400s & lightspeed 3d 400s
    BLACKOUT HUNTING
    "Hit Em' So Hard They BLACKOUT!!"

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    Hi all, I am from Des Moines, Iowa

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    I will be using Rage 2 blade Chisel Tips. Same as my deer setup. I used to use Bullhead 125grn. I had a bird at about 5yds and when I released I caught the lower edge of the opening on my blind and it sounded like a shotgun going off with carbon arrow and **** flying all over the place. My blind was torn wide open from the window all the way to the ground. What a mess! I figured I only hit the blind by maybe 1/4". The tom was unscathed! Man was it cool tho lol
    Ryan
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    We need to decide on the name for our team also
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    Check!

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    Quote Originally Posted by slayer73 View Post
    We need to decide on the name for our team also
    I am good with what everyone agrees on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marshgunner View Post
    I am good with what everyone agrees on.
    I guess beak busters was the most popular? What does everyone think?
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    Quote Originally Posted by FrArchery View Post
    I guess beak busters was the most popular? What does everyone think?
    I kinda like Beard Busters better but whatever you guys decide on is fine
    Mathews Z7 #68 at 28 inches, QAD HDX, Axion 3 pin, Trophy ridge Static stabilizer, Mathews T5 quiver, and Goldtip XT Hunter 75/95 with Grim reaper hybrids and Dirt nap DRTS

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