We kick it off with a father son fly fishing trip to the Green River. Kaden and his dad had a great time, they ended up capturing a double rainbow on the river and a few fish out of the river, including this nice brown.
This is Tyler first big lake trout. He’s caught a bunch of pups, but nothing like this. Tyler had an epic day jigging for macks. In all, he caught a twenty one, a twenty two and this awesome twenty five pound mack. Tyler even managed to catch a couple of tasty kokanee for the grill. Tyler is now a firm believer that the gorge holds some of the most amazing fish in the world.
Hunter, his dad, and his uncle all went on a Missouri turkey hunt. They just got there and were setting up camp when they noticed six toms already in one of the fields. They had just gotten set up ahead of the birds when two toms came in and dad and Hunter bagged them both. The next morning, Hunter had a second tag and bagged his first jake ever. Hunter says it was greatest hunting trips he’s ever been on and he can’t wait to try again next year.
David’s daughter Laken is getting ready to leave for college, so they loaded up the horses and went on one last horse pack trip before she leaves. David says the high country, the horses and the flowers made for some spectacular photos. He and his daughter now have this memory to get them through the winter.
But our winner tonight had a family reunion and luckily took a drive. Bryan’s family reunion was up in Grand Teton National Park. They decided to drive down Mormon Row and they came upon about two hundred head of bison, some like this cow and calf, were right next to the road. Bryan says the children were ecstatic and he was able to get some pretty cool shots. Not too bad Bryan, even from your car and now your drive has landed you our big prize….for having…the snapshot of the week.
Remember submit your pictures or video, plus a brief explanation of your latest adventures online at KSLTV.com. The winner each week wins the new, just released Stryker backpacking stove. Camp Chef celebrating 25 years of making stoves for the backcountry and the back patio.