Tucker County hunter’s buck is our Ram Trucks Grand Prize winner

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Jake Phillips of Hambleton, West Virginia killed a buck on a snowy Wednesday afternoon during the second week of West Virginia’s buck season in 2019. A picture snapped by his hunting partner that afternoon is the grand prize winner in our 2019-20 Ram Trophy Photo Contest.

Since October 1st, listeners, readers and online followers of MetroNews, West Virginia Outdoors, and our social media accounts have been sharing pictures of their adventures in the outdoors. Each week, our computer randomly drew a winner for a Ram Trucks prize package.

 

Johnny Casey

Our January winner was John Casey of Ravenswood, W.Va. John sent along a picture of his six year old son Johnny and his first largemouth bass. As if Johnny’s smile wasn’t a big enough prize, he also got nice prize pack from Ram.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ernest Staddon

December’s winner was Ernest Staddon of Morgantown. He shared the picture of a nice buck he killed on the opening day of the West Virginia 2019 rifle season in Ritchie County.

 

 

 

 

Frank Lewis (r) and Jason Keplinger

November’s winner was Frank Lewis of Wheeling, W.Va. Frank shared a picture of a buck he killed in Hardy County. Pictured with Frank and his buck is his hunting buddy Jason Keplinger. Jason owned the land where the two were hunting that day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

J.R. and Tiffany Warner

October’s prize winner was Jill Warner of Riverton, W.Va. Jill shared a picture of her son J.R and her daughter Tiffany with a bear Tiffany killed in Pendleton County.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks to everyone who shared your pictures. Keep those snapshots of your outdoor adventures and we’ll be back next fall to do it all again. Remember, if it’s a trophy to you…it’s a trophy to us.





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