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Preserve Your Trophy with a Photo

We've had photography for only about 150 years. Today photography is accessible to everyone, and we can do what only a few people of earlier generations could even dream of. Hunters use it a lot, especially video, but not everyone takes good still photos of the animals they kill. Good photos bring lots of benefits, so take the time to get some this spring gobbler season.

A good photograph of your gobbler will last well beyond your lifetime, and in this day of digital photography it won't even be expensive. Read "Preserve Your Trophy with a Photo" in the April 27 issue of the Jamestown Gazette and this year, get some good pictures of your gobbler.

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