Jack Hooper wins best goat Michael Grace-Dacosta photos

Northwest Guide Outfitters Association awards banquet

Guides gathered last Saturday to honour the year’s best kills.

The Northwest Guide Outfitters Association awards were handed out Dec. 2.

This is the last year an award for grizzly hunting will be handed out after a provincial ban was to start this past November.

The awards were handed out at the Alpenhorn in Smithers.

 

Ray Collingwood accepts the award for best grizzly bear on behalf of Tylor Berry.

Ron Fleming reads out raffle winners.

Brenda Nelson accepting the award for best sheep on behalf of Brandon Ponath.

Reg Collingwood accepts the award for best caribou on behalf of Tylor Berry.

Sonny Perkinson accepts the award for best black bear (Michael Grace-Dacosta)

Brenda Nelson accepts the award for best northern moose on behalf of Manny Hale (Michael Grace-Dacosta)

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