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(from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game)
ENTRIES SOUGHT FOR SPORT FISHING REGULATIONS BOOKLET YOUTH COVER PHOTO CONTESTWould you like a photograph of your child to appear on the cover of the 2011 sport fishing regulations? The Division of Sport Fish is now accepting entries for its annual cover-photo contest. Winning images will appear on three 2011 regional sport fishing regulations booklets, with young anglers and photographers credited inside.
To be considered for the cover, photos must feature one or more youths sport fishing or demonstrating what sport fishing means to them. The primary person in the photo must have been younger than age 18 when the photo was taken and must be an Alaska resident. Pictures that include advertisements or contain people performing illegal acts or acts that the Department of Fish and Game considers inappropriate for sport fishing regulations covers will not be included in the contest.
Photos can be e-mailed to dfg.dsf.AquaticEd@alaska.gov. The subject line of the e-mail must include the city which the person is from or the location the photo was taken. Electronic submission size is limited to less than 10MB. Please limit the number of entries to a maximum of three pictures per person.
Hard copies may be sent to:
Alaska Department of Fish and Game
ATTENTION: Jay Baumer
333 Raspberry Road
Anchorage, Alaska 99518
With hard copy or electronic submissions, please include: a brief description of the fishing adventure (what, when, where), name and age of person(s) in the photo, name of the person who took the photo, and contact information. Submissions should be received at the Alaska Department of Fish and Game or e-mailed no later than 5 p.m. November 1, 2011.
Three regional regulations booklets are included in the contest: 1) “Southcentral Alaska,” which covers the Prince William Sound, Kenai Peninsula, Matanuska-Susitna Valleys, and Anchorage region; 2) “Kodiak,” which covers the Kodiak Island, Alaska Peninsula, and the Aleutian Islands region; and 3) “Bristol Bay,” which includes Bristol Bay from Pilot Point to Togiak.
For more contest information, contact Jay Baumer at (907) 267-2265 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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