2011 Dixie Deer Classic Users Choice Award
Some of the biggest bucks killed in North Carolina are hanging on the walls of the 2011 Dixie Deer Classic's scoring booth.
Photos taken at the scoring booth are posted to the Dixie Deer Classic gallery, for voting on the Users Choice Award and for NorthCarolinaSportsman.com users to reflect on how great the deer hunting is in state.
The photo gallery will feature as images of as many of the bucks entered in the Dixie Deer Classic as possible.
“North Carolina produces some beautiful deer every year, and the Dixie Deer Classic is the place to come and see them all in one place,” NorthCarolinaSportsman.com’s Jeff Dennis. “The walls of the scoring booth already are packed, and deer will be entered right up until the time when the category winners are announced.”
All photos taken during the event will be housed on the gallery, while site administrators will choose several of the top deer from each day. Each daily winner will be featured in a final voting round, and the winner will be named the Dixie Deer Classic User’s Choice Award.
Daily winners will receive $10 gift coupons to the online Sportsman Outdoor Store, while the User's Choice Award winner will receive a $20 gift coupon.
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