Now Accepting Submissions for Members' Best 2017!

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posted on October 15, 2016
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When hunting season opens, so do submissions for “Members’ Best”! Whether it’s a monster bull, a limit of upland game, a wide, tall buck or any other game you’re proud of, we want to see it and share it, so get out your camera and start snapping photos! And while it’s not always convenient, nothing beats a natural background, so please, take some extra time to get some great shots in the field.

Send us a photo and a 100-word description of when, where and how you filled your tag by March 17, and we’ll run the top entries in the magazine next June!

If you email us digital images, please make sure the resolution is as high as possible. Send entries to: American Hunter, Members’ Best, 11250 Waples Mill Road, Fairfax, VA 22030, or email them to [email protected]. Include your contact information and membership number. Photos will not be returned.

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