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23rd Tennessee Classic

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Pappy 1952 11-Jan-21
Clydebow 11-Jan-21
Osage Outlaw 11-Jan-21
Boker 11-Jan-21
Pappy 1952 12-Jan-21
BigStriper 12-Jan-21
Pappy 1952 13-Jan-21
John Sullins 13-Jan-21
Jim Davis 13-Jan-21
eddie c 13-Jan-21
TradHNTR 13-Jan-21
BigStriper 13-Jan-21
TradHNTR 13-Jan-21
BigStriper 13-Jan-21
Pappy 1952 14-Jan-21
THarris 14-Jan-21
BigStriper 14-Jan-21
Pappy 1952 15-Jan-21
THarris 15-Jan-21
CrowFoot 15-Jan-21
Pappy 1952 19-Jan-21
CrowFoot 19-Jan-21
From: Pappy 1952
Date: 11-Jan-21




As of now the 23rd Classic will be held at Twinoaksbowhunters on April 30 May 1st/2nd 2021, Address is 1079 Ashley rd. Chapmansboro,TN. 37035. It is off I 24 at exit 19 between Nashville and Clarksville,TN./Fort Campbell,KY. you can get more info /directions and description of what you are getting yourself into ??? ;) :) :) at [twinoaksbowhunters.org] Cell 615-456-5961 home 931-362-3717, I will post a flyer as soon as I have it in my hands. Things could change as we all know but as of now make plans to be there , I think you will enjoy it. We make a few changes in how we do things because of the times but nothing that will take away for the event. Hope to see yall there. Pappy

From: Clydebow
Date: 11-Jan-21




You will see us there.

From: Osage Outlaw
Date: 11-Jan-21




I'll be there. Thanks Pappy!

From: Boker
Date: 11-Jan-21




Hope this stupid COVID pandemic is gone by then.

From: Pappy 1952
Date: 12-Jan-21




Ya me also Boker, we will see ?? The problem is on an event like this you have to make plans so that is what we are doing, if all goes bad we will let folks know in plenty of time so they can adjust their's.As of now it's on, we will take a hard look at it in early April and see how things are going, I pray all will be good. Pappy

From: BigStriper
Date: 12-Jan-21




I’ll be praying to Mark, because my brother and I are sure looking forward to seeing you and all of our good friends at Twin Oaks. Can’t wait to see you guys. Kurt

From: Pappy 1952
Date: 13-Jan-21




Always look forward to seeing yall Kurt, enjoy our time together. Pappy

From: John Sullins
Date: 13-Jan-21




Always a great fund event, another one of my favorites.

From: Jim Davis
Date: 13-Jan-21




I will be watching.

From: eddie c
Date: 13-Jan-21




Hope to be there as well.

From: TradHNTR
Date: 13-Jan-21




Time to defend my selfbow challenge win in 2019. Two year reign for that win is purty good. Will have one floor tillered and waiting for the best to run me off! "Pocket Lint" ran like a champ, knottest hunk of small diameter Osage ever.

TRDHNTR

From: BigStriper
Date: 13-Jan-21




Well TradHntr I most likely won't be whitlin on a chunk of wood this year, so's you won't hav ta worri bout me whuppin ya. but look out fur De Wayne.

Kurt

From: TradHNTR
Date: 13-Jan-21




Haha

Only good bow he had I gave him the wood. Not worried about anyone except that short stubby pencil. Cant beat that ever!

I have a stave tee'd up and waitin.

TRDHNTR

From: BigStriper
Date: 13-Jan-21




Well I hope I get to see Ya all soon, damn I'm ready to get together and have some fun.

Kurt

From: Pappy 1952
Date: 14-Jan-21




I wouldn't worry to much about the stubby pencil, mostly good honest people at the Classic, sometimes people are just better shots, but those that loose think think they had to have cheated to beat me. Me also Kurt, tired of this lock down but all we can do is wait it out and pray for a good outcome. Pappy

From: THarris
Date: 14-Jan-21




You're right Pappy, I'm sure there aren't many that would cheat at the Twin Oaks Classic or even at my event. I truly believe the vast majority of people that go to these events are honorable and trustworthy people. BUT, unfortunately, there may be someone out there that will "fudge" a number or two, but they think that's ok. WHAT A SHAME.

I know you and your outstanding group put on a fantastic event. There are many other great events out there and NO ONE, should have a pencil beat them. Many of these honest folks travel great distances and spend a lot of money to go to these events, and we know this. We also know, that any way one puts it, FUDGING is the same as CHEATING in my opinion.

Terry Harris

From: BigStriper
Date: 14-Jan-21




If I get beat, I get beat, but don't like to lose by the pencil. LOL. We are all hoping things get better so we can all get out and see our good bow shooting friends. Well some of them are good at shooting anyway,LOL.

Kurt

From: Pappy 1952
Date: 15-Jan-21




I hear ya Terry, it is just hard to balance between keeping it legit and making it fun for most that could care less about score.If folks tell us they just want to shoot for fun we mark their card with a line through it, if they want to shoot for score we try to put them with others that want the same, that's about as far as we want to go.Some events are set up just for score, some just for fun, we try our best to have something for both, not prefect but works pretty well. Pappy

From: THarris
Date: 15-Jan-21




I agree Pappy, most folks just want to have fun, shooting with their friends, some they only get to see at these events. Then we have those few that really want to compete and in my opinion, the ones that can hurt our events if they think that someone that take their legitimate award by cheating them, by spreading the word they've been cheated.

We both hear those names and I have already tried to work on some of these issues.

One thing I've done is put others with those I hear the rumors about. I'm certainly not trying to insult anyone, BUT, I explain that the only way I can defend them at my event, from these rumors, is to make them shoot with whom I pick and have someone else keep score. If they're honest, they shouldn't mind.

We've all heard of that special person that HAS TO WIN. I encourage all folks to do the same thing, SO they can be defended as well.

Eventually, since those that "fudge" their numbers will have to turn in legitimate scores, won't win near as much and soon will realize that they've been caught winning so much in the past, they might quit coming. And that certainly is no loss for us.

Pappy, I'm not trying to be negative here in any way, y'all put on one of the best events in the country. I also realize like I said earlier, it's a shame someone doesn't mind cheating because they are a narcissist, (it's all about them, but it does hurt these events and those that need to be called out, should be.

Terry Harris

From: CrowFoot Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 15-Jan-21

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The only good bow I ever had you gave me the wood? I have never even heard of Don Dorn. I have one floor tillered that came from Yellow creek. Its out of that big pile we have at Buck Hollow that Ole Wayne stacked up. I also have the Hackberry stave we cut up that fell over Camp Chicken foot at twin oaks. I will build one out of one of them and see if I can keep up with you Don Dorn and Kurt! We are having our first shoot of the season tomorrow at Buck Hollow, wish us luck! We will see you soon Pappy!

From: Pappy 1952
Date: 19-Jan-21




Hope that Hack berry works out for you Gobber, I have made some good bow from Hack berry,light and pretty fast, and be cool it came from where yall camp.As for the self bow challenge , you never know who will come out of the wood work, we have had some 12/13 year old boys win it before, it's mostly about the person behind the bow, not the bow or who gave you the wood.We are already making plans,cleaning and straightening the shop and grounds, just hope all works out for this year, really missed it last year and seeing all my good friends. Pappy

From: CrowFoot Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 19-Jan-21




Looking forward to it too Pappy!





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