[CG :2 LineSteve KrahenbuhlDaddy/daughters trip]
We kick it off with Kelsie and Addie, who joined their dad for an awesome weekend of catching bass, bluegill, crappie, walleye and stripers down at Powell. Steve says the weather was almost as enjoyable as the fishing. They had plans of visiting Goblin Valley State Park on the way back, but Steve says they fishing was so hot, they’ll have to try next time.
[CG :2 LineBryan Larsen”Week of excellence”]
Bryan was lucky enough to get an invite on a great weekend of fishing. He says the trip was full of setting hooks, landing fish and taking pictures. Check out the healthy colorful bow he caught in color country, Bryan says, a week of excellence.
[CG :2 LineTracy OtternessMissouri Tom]
Taylor took a trip with her dad to hunt Eastern Turkeys in Missouri. Dad called in this huge tom to 26 yards and Taylor dropped him with her 20 gauge Remington Shotgun. Taylor’s uncle made her carry the 21 pound bird almost a mile and a half back to the car, even though Taylor only weighs in at 56 pounds herself. The tom has a 11 and a half inch beard and over 1 inch spurs, a great first bird.
[CG :2 LineRyan Cooper3rd time is the charm]
Dad Ryan and son Riley have been dying to get after some tiger musky this year. Riley had a fish chase his lure and strike three times before he as able to latch into this 40 inch toothy critter. Dad says his son played the fish like a pro and Riley thought it was the coolest thing ever. Ryan say’s it didn’t bother him one bit that his son had out fished the ol man.
[CG :2 LineVern CotterellWorth every mile]
For Springbreak Vern took his12 year old son Jayce steelhead fishing on the Clearwater river in Northern Idaho. Persistence paid off when Jayce finally landed this beautiful 32 inch female. Vern says this one steelie made the 10 and a half hour drive worth every mile and hearing your son yell “fish on” is a great moment he won’t forget.
[CG :2 LineAlan ChapmanWINNER!]
And finally our winner tonight is a three generation fishing trip and a fish of a lifetime for 9 year old Hunter. Two weeks ago Alan, his son and his father had an epic fishing trip with guide Ashley Bonser at the Gorge. It was hunter who latched into the fish of the day, this huge lake trout. With a little help from Ashley they were able to haul aboard this 47 inch long, 38 pound mack, by far the biggest fish anyone has caught in the family. Ol Ash sure knows how to get people into some big fish and now Hunter, your big catch has netted you our big prize for having the snapshot of the week.
Remember submit your pictures and a brief explanation of your latest outdoor adventure on-line at KSLTV.com The winner each week will win one of Camp Chef’s new innovative products. Either their new Sherpa Camp Table or the 34 hundred BTU Ranger Stove. Portability and Power from our friends at Camp Chef.