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2009-2010 Deer Hunting Contest Good Luck to Everyone This Hunting Season!
View Poll Results: How do you think the Contest was Run?, And how would you have ran it?
Super, Couldn't have been better.
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Just O.K., But could use some improvement
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Not so good, Needed major improvement.
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Really Rotton, Someone else should have run it.
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2009 - 2010 Contest Winners, and Scores !

Old 03-12-2010, 08:04 AM
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Originally Posted by jrbsr View Post
So what could have made it better?
Please give details.

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I think that Renfrow's reported score upset a few folks.

I realize this isn't a big contest and their isn't any prizes and we have to rely on people's honesty, but when someone posts a score that looks obviously wrong there should be some way to question it.

In the turkey contest they request showing a ruler next to the beard and spurs to validate the score.

In previous years deer hunting contests most folks listed out their score with G1 3"- , G2 - 9", etc. and that at least showed where they came up with their score and made sure someone didn't add both the inside spread and the outside spread into their reported score or anything like that.

That's the only thing I could think of that might help the contest in the future. Requiring the detailed score to be posted instead of just the final total.

This would also ensure proper scoring as my deer that I entered this year had a larger inside spread than it's longest main beam so I could only count the spread credit equal to the longest main beam and that took a few inches off the score. I think a lot of people would have counted the inside spread regardless of the main beam length.

My 2 cents. Nathan
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Old 03-12-2010, 08:07 AM
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P.S. - Some type of prize would make it better! Maybe just a sticker or something like that. It would be kind of neat to have something like that.
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Old 03-12-2010, 10:15 AM
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In previous years deer hunting contests most folks listed out their score with G1 3"- , G2 - 9", etc. and that at least showed where they came up with their score and made sure someone didn't add both the inside spread and the outside spread into their reported score or anything like that.

Maybe that is how I will do the score, next year.



Originally Posted by npaden View Post
P.S. - Some type of prize would make it better! Maybe just a sticker or something like that. It would be kind of neat to have something like that.
I have asked for prizes before, and have asked again.
Maybe the new owners will provide some form of prizes.
I am trying, to get prizes.

Is there any thing else, that would make the contest better?

Let me know.

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jrbsr Johnny Ray Beane Sr
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Old 03-12-2010, 05:34 PM
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nice job team 7 also good job on runnen the competition and keeping everything in order JR round of applause to u
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