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    2010 Archery contest Rules

    Its that time of year to start our annual deer archery contest .

    The enterie fee is 15 dollars all members that are interested must be signed up by midnight sept 14,2010.

    Can be payed by paypal http://www.cthuntingnshooting.com/vB....php?do=donate

    The contest is based on the best overall picture which is decided by poll from the members.

    Those that sign up will receive a pm on where to send the enterie fee.

    The contest runs until December 31 2010.

    Any deer picture doe or buck may be entered .



    The prize will be announced pending the number of members that enter ,last year we had enough to buy a nice plaque and a gift card for Cabela's.





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    Getting close to opening day time to think about signing up for the contest.
    The winner gets his or her picture on the homepage for the year plus a plaque and a gift card to .Cabelas......

    The dead line is sept 14 th for signing up and all money must be payed by sept 14th.....

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    Just to clarify! The pic must be of a deer that "You" Have taken. Now is it based on the quality of the Deer, or the artistic value of the pic? Or Yes to both?

    IE: If I had a Beautiful Doe, and the pic was taken with an overview of a cliff, on a misty morning with falling snow in the background! Hmm sound nice eyy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spotted Crow View Post
    Just to clarify! The pic must be of a deer that "You" Have taken. Now is it based on the quality of the Deer, or the artistic value of the pic? Or Yes to both?

    IE: If I had a Beautiful Doe, and the pic was taken with an overview of a cliff, on a misty morning with falling snow in the background! Hmm sound nice eyy!
    Yes, the size of the deer doesn't matter... We just don't want to see spots!!!
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