Every year in September, the West Virginia Department of Natural Resources and West Virginia Wildlife Federation puts on the National Hunting and Fishing Days event. This year for their big buck display they are turning to West Virginia hunters who may have some available to share.
The DNR is asking anyone who harvested a buck legally in West Virginia with bow or firearm to share their trophy. The buck must have a Pope and Young or Boone and Crockett score of 150 or greater. The display will be limited to the first 30 bucks, and the owners of the bucks will be entered into a drawing for some great prizes.
National Hunting and Fishing Days is the largest event held at any West Virginia park, and brings in thousands of visitors. From WBOY.com .