Submit Photos for Members' Best 2016 Now

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posted on January 15, 2016
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All right readers, it’s trophy-shot time! It’s that special time of year when we request proof of your hunting prowess. So, regardless whether you’ve spent time in a treestand in Kentucky, stacked the snow geese in South Dakota or bagged the big one overseas, if it ended in a kill you’re proud of, we want to see it! So find your trophy shots! Send us a photo of this season’s best and a 100-word description of when, where and how you filled your tag by March 11, and we’ll run the top entries in the magazine. It behooves you to take the time to get great photos in the field because if it’s good enough, your photo may even make the cover of American Hunter!

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 to [email protected]. Photos will not be returned.

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