With deer season opening throughout the Carolinas, there?s no better way to track your season than to post photos of your kills in Carolina Sportsman?s Bag-a-Buck Contest and become eligible to win great prizes.
Each monthly winner (August-September/October/November/December) will receive a prize package that includes a $25 gift certificate to the only Sportsman Outdoor Store and a one-year subscription to Carolina Sportsman magazine.
The grand-prize winner, drawn from all entries and announced in the March 2018 issue of Carolina Sportsman magazine, will receive a 2-day, deer-hog combo hunt for two people at Cherokee Run Hunting Lodge in Chesterfield.S.C., a three-year subscription to Carolina Sportsman magazine and a $50 gift certificate to the Sportsman Outdoor Store.
The rules are simple:
Take a photo of you with a deer killed during the 2017-18 season.
Upload the photo to the Bag-a-Buck Contest forum.
Write a short account of your hunt when you post the photo. Please include the date of the hunt, the county in which you killed the buck, and your name and hometown.
So enter today! The contest runs from Aug. 15 through Jan. 1, 2018 and is open to all subscribers of Carolina Sportsman magazine.
This is a test for the Bag-a-Buck 2016 Photo contest
This is the frist test for the Bag a Buck contest in SCS
This is a test for the Vidoe Feed on the front page.
This is a test for the new vidoe feed for the front page
Trout fishing just don't get any better down here in lower Dularge. Quick and easy limits of yellow-mouths again this morning in the slick calm seas. Good to fish again with James 'Cajun Jim' Fontenot, his son Brad and Bill Stiles from the Lafayette area. We started out with the trout slamming our LSU Chubs on every cast as the crew quickly put 40 nice fish in the box. Picked up another 15-20 fish on the trolling motor. The remainder of our catch was on live minnows as we finished up early with 100 nice fish. Bill caught 1 bull red which was released after a short photo session. Good luck fishing.
Capt. Bill Lake