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By Wainwright Jeffers - bio | email

DOUGHERTY COUNTY, GA (WALB) - Have passion for the outdoors this weekend, you can join folks from across the state for some bow-hunting fun at the Fling and a Prayer Fall Warm Up.

A 3-day archery fun shoot kicked off Friday in Dougherty county, as many as 150 people are expected at the event over the weekend.

They'll be able to warm up for hunting season by shooting at more than 40 three-dimensional animals lurking in the woods.

"Some of the public lands have opened up to hog hunting already, so it's a good time for the guys, gals and kids to dust off those bows and arrows and come out and have a good time," said Jim Babcock, Organizer.

Shooters will be divided up into classes and compete for fun and trophies.

Click here for more information on the event.

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