NH Antler and Skull Club 2008 Show

The New Hampshire Antler & Skull Trophy Club (NHASTC) is proud to announce that we will be holding the 19th annual NH Big Game Trophy Show at the Plymouth Elementary School gymnasium in Plymouth, NH on April 6, 2008.

Sportsmen from all over New England gather to have their big game trophies officially measured and put on display. This year’s show is expected to draw in excess of 800 sportsmen/spectators.

The doors will be open from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM on Sunday. Admission is $8.00 per person and $3.00 for youths 6-16. People under 6 and over 68 are admitted free. Food and drinks will be available at the show.

The NHASTC, a non –profit organization, was established nearly 20 years ago to chronicle big game records of “Granite State” trophies.

The NHASTC has succeeded in recording over 2000 big game trophies. Copies of all 6 editions of the New Hampshire Big Game Record Book will be on sale at the show.

Also, the NHASTC coordinates the NH Trophy Deer Program for deer over 200 lbs. The entire list of qualifying deer from the 2007 season will be on display.

Each year the NHASTC assembles an impressive display of trophy class whitetail deer, black bear, moose, and shed antlers that have been taken or found in NH.

Informative speakers will offer seminars and demonstrations on various hunting/shooting/wildlife related topics.

Directions to show:
Exit 26 I-93; Follow Tenney Mt. Highway west 1.5 miles, left onto Highland St., 1.1 miles to left at 1St set of lights. For more information  call Roscoe Blaisdell, President of NHASTC at (603)-895-9947.


This years speakers include NHASTC measurer Charlie Foote. Charlie has close to a dozen bucks that qualify for the NH Big Game Trophy Book. He will be sharing his secret techniques to harvesting big NH whitetail deer. His 2007 NH 200 lb. buck came by his new tracking method that is sure to become popular.

Kent Gustafson, NH Fish & Games deer project leader, will give an overview of last years deer, bear, and moose hunting harvest totals. He will also be available for questions and answers. Kent will be handing out free copies of the NH Big Game Summary for the 2007 season. Mark Beauchesne of NH Fish & Games media resources will do an overview of their TV, web, radio, and streaming video promotional tools.

Mickey Meier, Pro Staff member of Quaker Boy Calls will give a presentation on turkey hunting.

Also, John Klucky will be at our show displaying his new state record 15-point buck. You have to see it to believe it. We would like to invite you and your family to attend this event and encourage you to bring along as many trophies as you would like to be measured and/or displayed.

This will be your best opportunity to have your trophy measured and displayed at a NH sportsmen’s show in 2008. Bring in your trophy and receive $1.00 off admission. We look forward to seeing you at the show. We invite you to bring your camera or video recorder to capture some of NH’s finest big game trophies.