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2014 HuntingNY Deer Contest

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Just to give you all a heads up, we will have a deer contest this year. It will most likely be similar to how we do the Spring Turkey Classic, with a points system, etc. More details, prize lists, etc will be coming up soon.

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Cool!


Got my toes in my boots, ass in the stand

Not a care in the world, got my bow in my hand

Life is good today, life is good today!

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What kinda contest? the heaviest largest or the smallest or the amount of deer we harvest/take per tag's issued to individule hunter

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Points for the longest drag of them dang SOB's ?! ( about a mile ) Hoping thru brambles, beaver swamp and trout stream land me extra :prankster:

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Here's my 2cents worth... How soon we forget the last & painful deer contest! :fie:

 

On the web, anything other than a random draw or a membership voting for the winner would be open to controversy!!

 

Make the rules as you wish, my only suggestion is a pre-registration well in advance of any NZ/SZ deer season openings!

 

 

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Here's my 2cents worth... How soon we forget the last & painful deer contest! :fie:

On the web, anything other than a random draw or a membership voting for the winner would be open to controversy!!

Make the rules as you wish, my only suggestion is a pre-registration well in advance of any NZ/SZ deer season openings!

You can rest assured this contest will be a success. Just look at the spring turkey contest each year. Members love it and it's a bunch of fun.

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Just throwing this out there off the top of my head. Something along these lines....

 

5pts for an archery kill (recurve, compound, xbow, etc.)

3pts for a gun kill (shotgun, rifle, muzzloader, etc.)

 

1pt for each legal point

 

1pt for each inch of spread (either inside or outside, and picture must show ruler)

 

Few examples:

 

  1. 8 pointer with a 15" spread shot with a compound = 28 points.
  2. 10 pointer with a 15" spread shot with a rifle = 28 points.
  3. 6 pointer with a 17" spread shot with an Xbow = 28 points.

 

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Sounds like fun. Can we have a prize for smallest buck so that Phade can play too?

 

HEY HEY HEY  he aint stealing all my thunder darnit!!!HAHA

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I just like to be inclusive. I can see the steam rising from his head already. lol

We should also have a prize for the neatest job wrapping a deer in plastic before placing him in the carpeted bed of your sissy truck (culver if you win that bad boy buggy?) - Nah, we can just dirty Phade's truck.

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Just throwing this out there off the top of my head. Something along these lines....

5pts for an archery kill (recurve, compound, xbow, etc.)

3pts for a gun kill (shotgun, rifle, muzzloader, etc.)

1pt for each legal point

1pt for each inch of spread (either inside or outside, and picture must show ruler)

Few examples:

  • 8 pointer with a 15" spread shot with a compound = 28 points.
  • 10 pointer with a 15" spread shot with a rifle = 28 points.
  • 6 pointer with a 17" spread shot with an Xbow = 28 points.

Does are gonna count as well, but you are describing something similar to where i am going with it.

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Moog, you win if you kill an 8 point 1 1/2 year old, 2 fawns and put them all in the bed of the Raptor, with no plastic. Oh, and you have to shoot all of them at 60+ yards with a scoped crossbow.

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