Fishing tournaments have been a mainstay in the outdoors culture for decades.
Although they existed before Ray Scott founded B.A.S.S., his organizational and promotional skills put tournaments in the spotlight and they are arguably more popular than ever.
Hunting tournaments have not been so successful.
Sure, there are big buck contests and the occasional predator or hog tournament but a fun, challenging hunting tournament has been elusive. That is until now.
A new project called Ultimate Hunting Championship has been born and it gives hunters a unique opportunity to compete for big money for deer in numerous categories.
The best part?
It is an East Texas only tournament and low fence only. That means the deer you shoot on your lease in Hardin County will not be competing against some genetic monstrosity from South Texas.
For the record, I have nothing against genetic monstrosities but a free-ranging deer from our region is a completely different animal.
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