Presents 2013 Monster Buck Contest and All New Shed Contest
Enter your buck in the 2012-13 Monster Buck Contest anytime Friday from 3PM to 9PM, Saturday 9AM to 9PM and Sunday from 10AM to Noon. The owner must be a Kansas resident at the time of harvest. Owner must be present to enter the contest and be present during the Main Event at 2PM on Sunday. See the Official Rules of Entry for all rules.
The Monster Buck Classic is proud to contract with the North American Shed Hunters Club to conduct the Monster Buck Contest and the all new Shed Contest. Our contest is now sanctioned and governed by the NASHC. The Boone and Crockett scoring system is still the system used in determining all winners. NASHC also conducts the Iowa Deer Classic and the Nebraska Big Buck Classic contests to name a few.
“MBC encourages everyone to bring their deer heads for scoring and displaying REGARDLESS of its potential to win any of the categories or the age of the mount. We want to display them for the world to see! NASHC will also score ANY deer head or horns you have and as many as you want regardless of how old it is for $10.00 per deer head or set of horns. Each person wishing to have a deer scored MUST purchase an armband to get into the event prior to registering the deer.”
Please review the Official Monster Buck Contest Entry Form by clicking here.
Friday: 3 PM – 9 PM Saturday: 9 AM – 8 PM Sunday: 10AM - Noon
The event doors are not open to the public until 10AM on Sunday morning but those wishing to bring their buck in for scoring and/or to enter the Monster Buck Contest can do so starting at 9AM on Sunday morning. The purchase of an armband to get into the event must be done before registering on Sunday morning. The box office will be open.
Monster Buck Contest main event will happen at 2PM on Sunday to announce all category winners and to crown the Kings of Kansas should a new winner be entered.
To Enter the Monster Buck Contest or have a buck officially B & C Scored: $10.00. An armband to get in the event must be purchased prior to registering the deer.
*Only Kansas Residents are eligible to enter the Monster Buck Contest. Anyone, resident or non-resident, can have a whitetail deer officially scored.
In addition to being able to have your deer officially scored by B & C you now have the opportunity to have it officially scored by Buckmaster's Trophy Record scorers in attendance and placed in the BTR record book should it qualify. The founder and chairman for BTR Mike Handley will be on hand with his "A Team" scoring deer heads. All you need to do is be sure to request when checking in your deer head that you want it Officially BTR scored as well.