Gallery: The 2016 Revelstoke Rod & Gun Club awards banquet

Keith Frederiksen named Hunter Sportsman of the Year at the 2016 Revelstoke Rod & Gun Club awards banquet.

Ashley and Franco Bafaro – and 20 friends – paid $300 for the privilege of eating first at the Revelstoke Rod & Gun Club’s annual awards banquet at the community centre on Saturday. Food choices included wild game jambalaya

Keith Frederiksen was named the Hunter Sportsman of the Year at the Revelstoke Rod & Gun Club banquet after successfully taking down a moose, grizzly bear and wolf in 2015.

Clancy Boettger once again took the Art Davis Memorial trophy for biggest fish after reeling in a 17 lb, 4 oz dolly varden.

About 400 people attended the banquet, which is consistently one of the biggest social events of the year.

Food choices included wild game jambalaya, moose with hunter’s sauce, bison meatballs, venison cabbage rolls, elk chow mein, and much more.

The complete list of the award winners follows the photo gallery.

Fishing awards

— First men’s rainbow: Peter Bernacki – 10 lbs

— First senior’s dolly: Clancy Boettger – 17 lb 4 oz

— Second senior’s dolly: Cyril Keates – 15 lbs 6 oz

— First junior’s dolly: Teigan Lenzi – 10 lbs 8 oz

— Second junior’s dolly: Thomas Lenzi – 6 lbs 10 oz

— Lorne Taylor Memorial (largest rainbow trout caught in Arrow Lakes): Peter Bernacki

— Harely Foat Memorial (largest fish caught by a junior): Teigan Lenzi

— Senior’s largest fish: Clancy Boettger

— Herbert Mayer Memorial (largest dolly): Clancy Boettger

— Art Davis Memorial (largest fish): Clancy Boettger

Hunting awards

— First wolf: Keith Frederiksen – 16 7/16

— First grizzly: Keith Frederiksen – 21 5/16

— First goat: Kirby Olsen – 44 4/8

— First mule deer: Bob Roggensack – 168 3/8

— Second mule deer: Dakota Brule – 118

— First whitetail deer: Dave Roney – 117 7/8

— Second whitetail deer: Kyle Buhler – 117 2/8

— First elk: Lou Bernava — 294

— Second elk: Jesse Adam — 252 1/8

— First moose: Keith Frederiksen – 154 7/8

— Second moose: Barry Keates – 137 6/8

— Bruno Dicaire Award (largest moose): Keith Frederiksen

— Rob Lenzi Memorial (largest elk): Lou Bernava

— Hunter Sportsman of the Year: Keith Frederiksen

 

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