Oceola Fish & Game Club
Member of the BCWF


Awards



A.W Pollard Trophy - Rainbow Trout

  • Heaviest Rainbow Trout caught in Okanagan watershed
  • Suggest a picture and certified scale weight

McInroy Kokanee Trophy

• Heaviest one person limit (single outing)

Whitetail Deer Trophy

  • Largest Typical Whitetail Deer
  • Boone & Crockett scoring

Mule Deer Trophy

  • Largest Typical Mule Deer
  • Boone & Crockett scoring

Moose Trophy

  • Largest Moose
  • Boone & Crockett scoring

Elk Trophy

  • Largest Elk
  • Boone & Crockett scoring

Exotic Game Trophy

  • This trophy will go to the person that has the best goat, sheep, grizzly, caribou or Bison
  • Scoring by Boone & Crockett and will use a percentage comparison


Achievement Award

  • Awarded to the person most instrumental in a project
  • Decided by Honorary members
  • Nominations by any club member

Sportsman of the Year Award

  • Awarded to the person or persons offering the most towards conservation, communications and the betterment of fish and wildlife
  • Decided by Honorary members
  • Nominations by any club member

Presidents Award

  • Chosen by the President, the award is presented to an individual who has gone above and beyond the call of duty for an individual member.

Service Award



Outdoor Photography

 


Junior Mule Deer Trophy

  • Junior with the largest Typical Mule Deer
  • Boone & Crockett scorin

Junior Whitetail Deer Trophy

  • Junior with the largest Typical Whitetail Deer
  • Boone & Crockett scorin


Black Bear Trophy

  • Largest Black Bear
  • Boone & Crockett scoring

Sax Koyama Award

If ever there was a person worthy of a “Citizen of the Year” award, it was Sax Koyama. As Lake Country does not have such an award, The Oceola Fish & Game Club members felt it appropiate to recognize annually a dedicated citizen within the community, in memory of Sax Koyama.

The award is to be called the “Sax Koyama Award”, and is to be presented annually to the Lake Country Citizen of the Year. A plaque will be provided to the recipient as a keepsake.

Nominations for the award must be received by 31st December annually.

The award will be presented at the annual banquet of the Oceola Fish & Game Club in February.

Nomination forms are available at the Oceola Fish & Game club.

The award will be presented to an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to the community, taking into accountthe following:

  • 1. The recipient must be a resident of the Central Okanagan Regional District, Area “A”, otherwise known as “Lake Country”
  • 2. Submissions must be based on outstanding contribution, having a direct beneficial effect on the community and its residents.
  • 3. The recipient may be male or female.

The main function of this award is as follows:

  • 1. To recognize the outstanding efforts of a citizenworking for the community.
  • 2. To foster positive feelings in the community
  • 3. To create an awareness of the varying contributions which are made toward the well-being of our community by its citizens