Hunting, Photo & Shed Horn Competitions
North American Hunting Competition is for everyone who enjoys hunting and the great outdoors. We accept photo entries from anywhere around the world! Our big game hunting competitions are held in 48 states and all across North America. State and National competitions are run separately from one another. This allows for many more opportunities to win!
So why not enter one of our competitions today? You may be surprised by how well you rank, and you’d certainly be happy to win. But to get in the hunt, you’ve got to participate. We hope you’re encouraged to enter today and also to spread the word about our contests—after all, more entrants mean larger cash prizes. Good luck and good hunting from all of us at NAHC.
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All Contestants Are Entered to Win Year End Prizes
An African Hunting Safari
Everyone who enters a 2019 competition is put into a drawing to win a 6 day African Hunting Safari from Schoongezicht Hunting Safaris. You can hunt for a Warthog, Impala or Wildebeest. Over a $2000 value, includes: food, lodging, and guides fees for 1. Airfare not included and restrictions may apply.
Proceeds From Our Competitions Help Support Charity and Conservation Projects
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