Snapshot of the Week: Aug. 8, 2015

We kick it off with this stud buck that Anita spotted out the back door off her cabin. The archery deer hunt kicks off next weekend and I’ll bet most hunters in Utah would love to find this buck that Anita spotted at their summit county cabin.

Jacob and his wife were up in Idaho canoeing at Island Park we they came upon this cow and her calf. Jabob says they were able to watch the pair eat the wildflowers as they slowly floated pass.

In honor of his grandparents who taught him how to fish the rivers and lakes of Mississippi, Frank booked a trip for him and his wife with guide Brad Chappell. They trolled 8 rods at once and Franks wife won big fish of the day by hooking this 3 ft Gar. They left a little of Utah behind, this old license plate for guides new cabin. Franks says It was hard to hold back tears remembering his grandparents and how simple life was back then.

Lake Powell is amazing any time of year, but right now the stripped bass are boiling and for an angler this can be truly magical.. This is the Card crew chasing boils at sunset in the main channel. They had an unbelievable trip with many fish caught and great family time along the way. Dave says “We are truly lucky to have place like this in our own yard.”

But our winner tonight woke up early to catch some last minute silver bullets with his sister and his dad. Hunter and his family have been chasing kokes at the berry this year and when the rod went off a few weeks ago, it was his younger sister Carly that grabbed it and started cranking on the fish. Carly was so excited when the fish came to the net, because this is her biggest fish to date. Hunter says it was a thrilling experience to watch his little sister hook this fish And guess what Hunter your little sisters smile and her fish 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 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.

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