Submit Your Trophy Shots to "Member's Best"

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posted on January 8, 2014

American Hunter magazine wants to see your favorite trophy shots from the 2013 and upcoming 2014 season! Show off your buck or bull of a lifetime, or the limit of geese you bagged. Did one of your children take their first whitetail this year? Did you have the chance the opportunity to participate in a once-in-a-lifetime trip? Let us know about it!

Any way you cut it, here’s your chance to make the pages of American Hunter. The magazine will be featuring the top entries in an upcoming 2014 issue.

So how do you get the process started? It's simple: Send us the photo with a 100-word account of when, where and how the game was taken by March 31. Include your contact info. Remember: Quality photos make a difference. If you email us digital images, please make sure their resolution is as high as possible.

Send entries to: American Hunter, Members’ Best, 11250 Waples Mill Road, Fairfax, VA 22030-9400, or email them to [email protected] (Photos will not be returned.)

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