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Contest Caller information from the Calendar   Tom Cormany
Hometown:   Spring Grove, VA USA
Tom Cormany is 43 years old and lives in Prince George, Virginia. During the fall and winter, Tom can be found chasing Ducks, Geese, Rockfish, Doves and training his chocolate lab “Tar”, Toms father Charlie introduced him to hunting at the age of 5. His first hunting experience was duck hunting, but the hunt that got him addicted to waterfowl hunting was a November hunt at the age of 7, Where he shot his first mallard drake flying and was hooked for life. While growing up, the love of waterfowling became an addiction. He enjoys fishing on the Outer Banks of North Carolina and the James River in Virginia, where he can be found on his days off fishing in front of the Berkley Plantation, the home of the first Thanksgiving. His favorite way to hunt ducks and geese is out of Avery Finisher blinds in fields or on the sandbar banks of the James River. Tom likes nothing better than a flock of Geese locked up and feet in his face.
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