As we enter the Fall hunting season, The Eldorado Game Association is hosting their annual First Day of Deer Season Game Dinner and Raffle on Saturday, November 6th at 6:30 pm in the Eldorado Civic Center.

This is always a huge event with gun boards and auctions as well as drawings for eighty plus guns this year. There will be an awesome variety of guns plus hunts, gift cards, coolers, hunting accessories and much more. The Grand Prize this year is a 2021 CF-MOTO C-Force 600 ATV.

Enjoy a wonderful Bar-B-Que supper which will be catered by McGowen’s and the cost is just $10 per plate.

Admission is Free to the event and everyone is welcome to attend. Raffle tickets will be available to purchase all day at the door for just $1.00. Raffle tickets may also be purchased in San Angelo at West Texas Game Feeders and in Eldorado at Cactus Deer Processing, Cow Boss, Farris Taxidermy, Forlano Chiropractic and West Texas Feed.

This annual Game Dinner is always a big event which is usually attended by over 1,300 people looking to enjoy a wonderful meal, hopefully walk away with a wonderful raffle item, perhaps even a brand new ATV and be a part of raising money for numerous area organizations to be distributed through the Eldorado Game Association which is a non profit organization.

For more information or to buy high roller tickets in advance call 325-853-3331 or visit

Be listening to win as we have free Eldorado game Dinner tickets to give away!

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