We kick it off with a trip across the Atlantic. Ryan and his buddy Scott won an African Safari hunt at the Pheasants Forever banquet last year. In 7 days they took 14 animals and also had a chance to dive in a cage with Great White Sharks! Ryan says, the hunting is what took them to Africa but it was secondary after they experienced the customs of the wonderful people and culture.
Travis took his son Kendrix to take a look at some deer and caught this great shot of Kendrix while a mother doe and her fawn looked on. Travis say’s Kendrix is his outdoors partner for life. He can’t wait to experience more of the outdoors with his son.
Derrick took a look outside and found these two small mule deer bucks, side by side, both missing one antler on opposite sides of the heads. Derrick took the photo on January 12th. Mule deer bucks are just getting ready to drop their antlers, if you plan on shed hunting this year, make sure to take the DWR’s shed hunting orientation course at wildlife.utah.gov.
Hunting a pit blind in northern Utah last month, Shane snapped this great shot of this flock of geese coming in for a landing. Shane says they don’t shoot at large flocks, don’t want to educate them, but when they do, his wife Sharon is there to retrieve them. Shane says his beautiful wife retrieved this pair in fine style.
Two year old Gunner Decker celebrated his birthday by catching this big male pink salmon male in a river near Glacier Bay Alaska. Dad says, Gunner only needed a little help from his mom Alisha to bring the fish in. Mom and dad own a Guide service, looks like Gunner is ready to take over the reins of the company.
But our winner tonight is a catch, a little closer to home. Ryan and his father in law Ray had quite the trip down at Lake Powell. They caught plenty of striped bass, but it was Ryan’s 27 inch, 16 inch wide walleye that was the talk of the lake. Ryan caught the pig in the back of Moki Canyon on a perch-colored Lucky Craft Pointer. The Park Ranger was able to connect them with the lady who runs the post office down at Bullfrog and the big eye tipped the scale at 8 pounds 6 ounces. And now Ryan, here’s something to help you cook up those tasty fillets, 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.