PHOTOS: Daryin Campbell wins Hunter Sportsman of the Year

Revelstoke Rod & Gun Club awards banquet highlights the best in hunting and fishing of 2013.

1. Alex Cameron got a big thanks at the Feb. 22 Revelstoke Rod & Gun Club Awards Banquet for his 35 years of service in the kitchen preparing dinner for the banquet. 2014 was his last one. He’s pictured here with Justus Cameron

PHOTO SPREAD: 1. Alex Cameron got a big thanks at the Feb. 22 Revelstoke Rod & Gun Club Awards Banquet for his 35 years of service in the kitchen preparing dinner for the banquet. 2014 was his last one. He’s pictured here with Justus Cameron, who won awards for first place junior rainbow and second place junior dolly. 2. Ryan Kubos won the Rob Lenzi Memorial Trophy for the largest elk and the first place elk trophy for the six-pointer (pictured) he got south of Revelstoke. 3. The spread. 4. Charlie Keates hooked the first and second-place men’s dolly and the Art Davis Memorial Trophy for the largest fish for a 21-pound, four-once dolly. 5. 13-year-old Daryin Campbell took home an armful of awards, including first place black bear, second place black bear, second place whitetail and the grand pirze – Hunter Sportsman of the Year, for the black bear pictured behind him. The bear scored 18 2/8 and was taken in the Goldstream area.

 

 

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