Elks sponsoring Big Buck Contest

SONY DSCTrustee Martin Rocque wants you to know that the third annual Big Buck contest is underway at the Whitehall Elks Lodge 1491.

This contest is open to the public.  Only New York and Vermont bucks can be entered. The $10 entry fee covers Bow, Rifle, and Muzzleloader seasons. You must have a legal 2013 tag on your buck when you weigh it in at the lodge (during regular lodge hours) or at John Rozell’s on North Street. You must pre register by Oct. 1.

All of the money taken in gets paid out in prizes.

First place goes to the heaviest buck overall, second place is the second heaviest buck and third place is a blind weight draw.

Also, remember the Elks Lodge has a Deer Hide Program. All hides are welcome and appreciated.

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