By Danielle Sturgis | March 26 2009 10:37

Justin McDaniel from NRAhuntersrights.org brings us the following:

Did you have an exceptionally good hunting trip last season you’d like to share with other NRA members?

NRAhuntersrights.org is accepting brief reports and photos from members who want to tell others about their recent hunting experiences. We’re looking for information that would help others decide if they want to hire the same outfitter or hunt the same area. Don’t think of it as writing an article – think of it as telling your hunting buddies what the trip was like.

Learn how NRA defends hunters' rights. What was your guide like? Were the food and accommodations what you expected for the price you paid? Did you encounter confusing regulations? Were there travel hassles? Most of all, how was the actual hunting?

All we’re looking for is about 500 words, but you can go longer if you need to. We have to have a good, sharp photo from the hunt, contact information for the guide and outfitter, plus any other information about the hunt you want to give us.

How to Submit a Report: It’s easy. Just write it up in your own words and send it to huntersrights@nrahq.org. Write “Hunt Report” in the subject line. We’ll consider it, and if it meets our criteria, we’ll post it and let you know when it’s up.

Thanks, Justin! (Remember, submission of a Member Hunt Report does not guarantee it will be posted, and there is no payment.) E-mail huntersrights@nrahq.org for more information.

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