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Team 7 "Jelly Heads"

Old 03-23-2008, 11:59 AM
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You'll get 'em guys! Just hang in there!
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Old 03-23-2008, 02:10 PM
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I'll be heading to Georgia tomorrow afternoon to hunt their opening week. Hopefully we'll get one to put on the board soon!
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Old 03-24-2008, 02:32 PM
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TEAM #7 Jelly Heads
1 .280deerhunter
2 2 Lunger 1 58.5
3 Arjuna
4 Hick442
6 maglite 1 99.3125 68.9375
7 Simp CAPTAIN1 64.25
8 superstrutter 1 58.375
9 turkeyhunter_15
10 zmschillin
11 RockyMtnGobbler
Total Points 280.4375 280.4375 68.9375
Team Rank 25.4943%

Above listed is your current Team Number, Team Name, Captain, and all registered Team Members to date.
Both Arrowmaster and JW!will be collecting Team member’s Big Turkeys harvested as posted by your Team Captain from the Captains Post Scores here link.[/b]. [TEAM CAPTAINS USE THIS LINK TO POST SCORES
Team members MUST alert their Captain, once they have harvested a legal bird, by posting all birds shot on the Team Thread.
From Rules – (click on this link to read more – we are paraphrasing here

1. Only turkeys legally harvested, according to that states regulations during that states 2008 Spring season can be entered

2. You must post a pictures of your turkey toprove authenticity ofthe killPicture of Beard – Beards if more than one AND Spurs can be included

3. Do write a short story and include when (date-time), where (state-county if known), and what weapon you used (a brief description of your hunt – a brief description of weapon used for the kill when you post a picture.

4. Make sure in your article to include, weight (pounds and ounces), length of beard(s) (longest strand measured from base of the beard to the tip of the longest strand) Note all fractions need to be in decimal form - Conversion table and how to measure spurs can be found on this – click here 2008 HNI rules page 2

Multiple bearded birds add all beard measurements together (must see beards in picture)

5. If you need help posting a picture ask a team mate or ask us. We are here to help.

6. If you aren't able to score your quarry for whatever reason, identify if your bird as a Hen, Bearded Hen, Jake, or Tom, and you can use this tableif you're unable to score:
Hens 10 points, Bearded Hens 15 points, Jakes 20 points, Gobblers 30 points ( difference between Gobbler or Jake will be made based on a clear picture of the tail fan extended as if in strut – tail attached to the bird)

7. Only one legal bird per registered Team member can be used for the Team’s total points. If you shoot more than one bird do alert your captain -do post according to above However – Your Team Total Score is based from each Team Member’s biggest bird – not the average.


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Old 03-26-2008, 06:42 PM
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Whooah...we were on the second page! back to the top. I'll be hunting Saturday. I'll let you guys know how it turns out.
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Old 03-26-2008, 08:15 PM
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It's been pretty tough since Friday down here. At least four other hunters are hunting the same birds I am hunting. The birds, only two of them, are henned up bad. That, plus being pressured by other hunters, is making them tough to kill. If they will ever come back to my property, I can really work them. I just really need to be patient. They will eventually show up again.I'm Tennesee bound for the next two weekends. Good luck everyone. We'll be on the board soon.
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Old 03-27-2008, 09:05 PM
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Alright guys. My dog has been diagnosed with cancer and given just a few months to live. I'm struggling with a personal decision in my life and turkey hunting has gotten the short end of the stick. I'll be going this Saturday. I'll keep you posted.
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Old 03-28-2008, 05:36 AM
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Jack I'm sorry to hear about your dog. If its like mine it is very much part of my family. I wil pray for you and your family.
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Old 03-29-2008, 08:57 AM
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Thanks, Sam.

I saw 7 hens, one spike buck, and one six point. Three different birds gobbled. I thought I was in the middle of things and decided to play it conservative. Bad decision.Never saw a tom. Now, my son's first baseball game of the year starts in a couple of hours, as does my little girl's dance recital. Take care guys and happy hunting.
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Old 03-29-2008, 11:35 AM
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Jack---I also hate to hear that about your dog. There has always been a dog in my family and it is very hard when they leave us. We now have three!!

This week I saw some birds and heard some birds---but did not pull the trigger. Had a great time!
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Old 03-29-2008, 03:09 PM
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Had a few thunder chickens gobbling this morning but got intersepted by a couple hens!!!!!!! Dang it
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