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‘Best Big Buck’ photo contest still open in Alabama’s Black Belt

The Alabama Black Belt Adventures Association (ABBAA) wants to remind the state’s sportsmen that its Big Buck Photo Contest is still open until February 16.

“We are thankful for hunters who have already submitted photos, but we want to remind everyone that photos will be accepted through the end of deer season and online voting runs through Feb. 16,” said ABBAA Director Pam Swanner. “We encourage hunters to keep the photos coming.”

Photos submitted must be from bucks during the 2023-24 archery and firearms season.

The contest is being sponsored by the Central Alabama Farmers Cooperative in Selma.

ALBBAA reserves the right to approve or disapprove of the photo submitted. Cause for disqualification of photo can include, but is not limited to, the following:

  • The photo content presents the subject in an unethical or disrespectful composition.
  • The photo content is perceived to cast a negative perception of hunters and their contribution to the management of wildlife.
  • Voting violation which imposes an unfair advantage to others.

Entries for the Big Buck photo contest will run through Feb. 16, 2024 and is open for photos of any buck harvested in the 2023-2024 whitetail deer season in the 23-county Black Belt region.

Voters to the contest webpage may vote once per day.

The winning contestant will receive two game cameras valued at approximately $350 courtesy of Central Alabama Farmers Cooperative.

Austen Shipley is a staff writer for Yellowhammer News.

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