QDMA Ice FIshing Derby ResultsThursday, January 31, 2008
The first Maine Branch of the Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA) held a two-day ice fishing derby on Lake Wassookeag in Dexter on
Saturday, January 19th and Sunday, January 20th.
The derby consisted of 137 entrants and the results are as follows:
Togue: Brian Keyte – 3.04 weight, 23.00 length, 10.00 girth. Salmon:
Zach Thompson – 1.50 weight, 17.50 length, 8.13 girth. Bass: Chris Libby – 3.96 weight, 18.00 length, 12.75 girth. Brookie: None submitted. Pickeral: Stephen Lancaster – 2.38 weight, 22.75 length, 8.50 girth. Quinten Richards caught twenty Yellow Perch.
QDMA First Maine Branch wishes to thank all those who donated time and prizes for this event and the hearty soles who took the time to
fish. Special thanks to Diane Nicholas, Vance McNaughton, Lee Smith, Dave Lorenz, Ross Fitts, Stephanie Roten and Jim Nicholas.
Contact Jeff Nicholas (207-938-2742) or email (Pres1stmaineqdma@aol.com) for more info about the seminar or the QDMA and learn more about the Quality Deer Management Association: www.qdma.com
The Quality Deer Management Association is a non-profit 501(c)(3) wildlife conservation organization dedicated to promoting sustainable,
high-quality, white-tailed deer populations, wildlife habitats and ethical hunting experiences through education, research, and management in partnership with hunters, landowners, natural resource professionals, and the public.
Pictured: QDMA 1st Maine Branch Secretary Stephanie Roten pictured with
Brian Keyte, winner of the largest Togue category, during an ice fishing
derby held in Dexter.