We kick it off with one hungry fish. Jared hit the berry for some late fall
fishing. He says between the three of them, they boated 85 fish including
this huge 5 pound cutt that was clutching this 9 inch trout in it’s mouth.
Can you say the predator quickly become the prey!
Kaylee Hepworth and her dad Richard captured this image on their trail
camera of this buck and if you look at the base of the tree, this grey fox
having a standoff. Kaylee was holding out for a buck that was at least a 3
point and the very next day, tagged the exact buck from the night before. It
was her first deer; dad says it is a wonderful memory for them both.
Nile Sorenson waited 17 years to draw the Limited entry elk tag on
Beaver. While driving to a canyon to glass, where they had located a good
bull, Nile and his family ran into this great 340 class bull and with a well
placed shot, Nile’s hunt was over. Nile even had his two sons and nephew
along to help him pack out his prized bull.
While the ladies decided to go fight the crowds to find a bargain the day
after Thanksgiving, Joel and some buddies headed to Southern Utah to look
for some rutting bucks. Joel’s 8 year old son Tanner was along for the ride
and wasn’t sure the six hour drive was worth it until he was face to face
with some of he monster muleys. Tanner is now addicted just like the
Joe has been married to his wife JeQuita for 21 years and she’s never had
the passion to go on a hunt. Last fall, JeQuita reluctantly put in with her
son Hunter and both drew antelope tags on the Cisco unit. After three
tough days Hunter tagged out the first week, JeQuita the second. After the
hunt, JeQuita said she’d do it all again. Joe thought after twenty-one years
of marriage he finally found an antelope hunting buddy in his wife.
The winner tonight is a day Nate has been dreaming of for a long time. This
is three year old Carters first fly fishing trip as dad took him to Silver Creek
in the White Mountains of Arizona. Nate caught plenty of big fish, and
Carter loved helping dad with the net, his rod and eating snacks on the
shoreline. Nate says the day was memorable for him, not for the fish he
caught but his ability to share his passion with his son.
Well congrats Nate on sharing your love of the outdoors with your son and
now our big prize for having the Camp Chef, snapshot of the week.
Remember submit your pictures and a brief explanation of your latest
outdoor adventure on-line at ksltv.com or by email at Outdoors@KSL.com
The winner each week will win one of Camp Chef’s new innovative products.
Either their new Sherpa Camp Table and Organizer or the 34 hundred BTU
Ranger Stove. Portability and Power from our friends at Camp Chef.