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Logan County hunter wins January prize pack form Hoodoo Sports

HOLDEN, W.Va. — A picture of a successful hunt on a cold day in southern West Virginia was selected randomly as the final monthly winner in the Hoodoo Sports Trophy Photo contest.

Lucas O’Neal of Holden, W.Va. share this picture of a collection of mallards, pintails, and green wing teal he killed in an outing on the Guyandotte River in Logan County on January 2, 2023.

As the winner, O’Neal will receive the Hoodoo Cooler package as the January prize pack. It includes a 22qt sub-z cooler, cooler divider/cutting board, cooler basket, a 6-pack koozies all from Hoodoo Sports.

The grand prize for the Hoodoo Sports Trophy Photo Contest, a Hoodoo Fishing Kayak, will be announced on this Saturday’s West Virginia Outdoors on MetroNews.

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