WILTON — The Wilton Fish & Game Association members and guests had a full clubhouse when hosting an Appreciation Old Fashioned Pot Luck Dinner for Maine game wardens and biologists.
Following the meal the wardens and biologists spoke on several upcoming legislative bills and answered many questions from the audience such as the effect of such a severe winter on the deer population and the many situations that occur from feeding the deer during the winter. There was a lengthy discussion on the pros and cons of opening the deer season on Sunday.
The Wilton Fish & Game Assoc. meetings are held on the third Sunday of each month at 6:30 p.m. New members are always welcome.
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The Wilton Fish & Game Association held Appreciation Old Fashioned Pot Luck Dinner for Maine. Game wardens and biologists are, from left, standing, Warden Sgt. Scott Thrasher, Warden Brock Clukey, Warden Kyle Hladik, and Warden Scott Stevens; and, sitting, regional wildlife biologist Bob Cordes, Regional Fisheries Biologist Elizabeth Thorndike, and Regional Wildlife Biologist Chuck Hulsey.