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HUNTING — Hunting camps are full of traditions and camaraderie, and often they're pretty darned photogenic.
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife officials want to capture that feeling for the cover of the 2014-15 hunting regulations pamphlet that hundreds of thousands of sportsmen will pore over next year.
Hunting camps are the them of the agency's third-annual Big Game Regulations Pamphlet Contest.
- Photos should be at least 1 MB in size – preferably larger – to ensure a quality print job.
- Photos should not include items that could appear to endorse specific companies or products. Examples include logos or labels on sporting goods, foods, alcoholic and non‑alcoholic beverages, etc.
- Contest participants may enter multiple photos, but must enter each individually.
All submissions must be received by by the agency by March 1, 2014.
The winner’s photo will be featured on the cover of next year’s Big Game Hunting Seasons and Regulations Pamphlet.
HUNTING — Regardless of whether they fill their tags or not, it's clear that Ron and Jeannie Worley of Loon Lake had a good time at their elk camp up Coleman Creek on Halloween. They decorated their campsite and let any potential trick or treaters know they were entering the realm of graying "brush shooters, whiners and cry babies."