A proud Kayser Cameron shows off the two trophies he won for catching the two biggest kokanees of the year. His first place effort was a one-pounder

Photo gallery: Revelstoke Rod & Gun Club awards banquet

Check out the award winners at the 2013 Revelstoke Rod & Gun Club banquet on Feb. 23.

Hunters and fishers took home trophies at the 2013 Revelstoke Rod & Gun Club awards banquet Feb. 23.

Long-time member Kim Doebert received a lifetime membership at the event. Organizer Gail Ferguson explained Kim has been volunteering and helping out with the club for about 40 years and was honoured for his long service and commitment to the club. Here, Doebert gives a quick speech, thanking the club.

Club president Gary Krestinsky noted the Duke of Arrowhead — the record non-typical elk at the community centre — is now back up on the wall. It was removed a couple of years ago, to the dismay of many club members.

Check our our photo gallery from the event in the March 27 issue of the Times Review, or on our Facebook page here.

Award and trophy winners:

Fish Juniors: 1st place rainbow, Teigan Lenzi; 2nd place rainbow, Justus Cameron; 1st place kokanee, Kayser Cameron; 2nd place kokanee, Kayser Cameron; 1st place dolly, Matt Cadden; largest fish caught by a junior, Matt Cadden.

Fish Ladies: 1st place dolly, Karen Colby; ladies sport fish derby largest fish, Karen Colby.

Fish Men’s: 1st place men’s rainbow, Peter Bernacki; 2nd place men’s rainbow, Franco Bafaro; 1st place men’s dolly and Art David Memorial Trophy for largest fish, Hiebert/Mair trophy for largest dolly, Barry Keates; 2nd place men’s dolly, Barry Keates.

Hunting Juniors: 1st place moose, Daryin Cameron; 1st place black bear, Dakota Brule; 1st place whitetail deer, Adrian Bernava.

Hunting Ladies: 1st place whitetail deer, Janet Kendall.

Hunting Men’s: 1st place whitetail, Mitch Roggensack; 2nd place whitetail, Kyle Buhler; 1st place mule deer and Lorne Taylor Memorial trophy, Gary Rohde; 2nd place mule deer, Charlie Keates; 2nd place grizzly bear; Kyle Buhler; 1st place moose and Bruno Dicaire Memorial Award for Largest Moose, Art Buhler; 2nd place moose, Mike Vopni; 1st place elk and Rob Lenzi Memorial for Largest Elk, David Bungay; 2nd place elk, Clancy Boettger; 1st place cougar, Robert Bernava.

 

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