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Legends of the Fall Virginia Turkey Hunt

by Todd Graf 14. June 2010 03:08
Todd Graf

A big thanks to our good friend Eric Hale from The Legends of the Fall TV show for sending us this awesome Virginia turkey hunt.  Eric set out with his bow and his camera and was able to self-film himself harvesting a great gobbler this spring.  Click on the video below to check it out!

For those of you who don't know, The Legends of the Fall TV show will be debuting on the Outdoor Channel in July.  We are very proud here at the Rhino Group of the new website we built for them at www.thelegendsofthefall.com, so check that out too when you get a chance.  And as always, if you are in need of a professional website design you can contact us via our website at RhinoGroup.com.  We'd love to help you out.

In the meantime we're continuing to work on our food plots, we've been hanging some stands, and of course testing out the best new bowhunting products for our Gear Review section.  Make sure you keep an eye on our reviews, we've got some great information that will help you choose the right gear for this fall.

Less than 80 days until we head to Table Mountain Outfitters on an Antelope hunt, so it's really time to start getting ready!!




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