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It’s the gambling season for Washington big-game hunters. They’re sizing up dream hunt areas, analyzing the odds and figuring how many applications they can afford at $6.50 a pop – an increase of $1 from last year.
It started 51 years ago with a group of hunters gathering in a room to ogle at mounts of their recently harvested trophy big-game. Since then, the Inland Empire Big-Game Council has become the Inland Northwest Wildlife Council, and the sportsman-oriented show the group founded has expanded into a huge, locally produced, family-oriented event.
Long after the sweat has been showered off, the gear’s stowed and the meat has been butchered, wrapped and stored in the freezer, the trophy on the wall recalls the hunting story for generations. The Trophy Territory room is an institution of the Big Horn Outdoor Recreation Show. Hunters from around the region bring the racks, horns and skulls of the big-game animals they harvested.