Rimbey Fish and Game Association hold awards night

The Rimbey Fish and Game Association’s awards night and banquet brought to a close another successful year.

 

The Rimbey Fish and Game Association’s awards night and banquet brought to a close another successful year and many awards and certificates were handed out.

Derrick Wiebe won the black bear award and John Koenig took home the black bear youth award.

Elk in the archery division was won by Rory Thompson with a score of 288, in the rifle division Tyler Pletz won with a score of 200 4/8 and elk in the youth division was won by Joshn Schultz with a 111 score.

Mike Bender won the typical whitetale division with a 130 5/8 score and Joel Bender won the whitetail youth with a 138 score.

Non-typical whitetail youth was won by Chase Makofka with a 84 1/8 score and Jamie Mannerfeldt won the typical mule deer award with a 152 2/8 score.

In the archery division for mule deer, Steve Mann was the winner with a 155 4/8 score and the youth mule deer division was won by Mikaela Bender with a 135 6/8 division.

Mark Groves won the moose rifle division with a score of 148 and Adam Schultz won the youth moose division with a score of 88 6/8.

Frank Wiebe won the cougar award with a score of 14 8/16 and bighorn sheep award winner was Steven Makofka with a 159 1/8 score.

The Canadian Goose award winner was Mike Bender with a score of 11 lbs., 5 oz., and the Canadian Goose youth winner was Joel Bender. The mallard duck youth award winner was Matthew Bender with a score of 1.37 kg. and the walleye award winner was Daniel Roy with a score of 5 lbs., 2 oz.

Garrett Groves won the walleye youth award with a score of 4 lbs. 12 oz. and Thomas Lunzmann won the pike award with a score of 92 cm.

The pike youth award went to McCoy Groves with a score of 5 lbs. 1 oz.

The biggest perch (13 oz.) went to Jack Hummel and Allan Goodman won the rainbow trout award with a score of 4 lbs., 5 oz.

The cutthroat trout award was won by Deanna Roy with a 14lb. ¼oz. fish.

In photography Amy Groves was a major winner, claiming first and second prize in scenery and second in wildlife. She also won the field photo award.

Allan Muddle won third in scenery and first in wildlife. Pat Muddle won third in wildlife.

Garrett Groves won in wildlife youth and Daniel Roy won first in game cam.

For more information about the Rimbey Fish & Game Association check out their website at www.rimbeyfishandgame.com

 

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