Snapshot of the Week: Jan. 16, 2016

We kick it off with a nine year old fisherman who outfished the whole family. Carter Garrett was ice fishing at Mantua with his dad, his uncles, and his grandpa. They say when it comes to fishing, ol’ Carter has more luck and skill than anyone on the ice.

Friend of the show, Kevin Phillips is an avid fisherman. He loves all kinds of fishing, but Lake Powell is his favorite place in Utah. Here he is showing his fishing buddy, young Cameron Conger how to catch Stripers up the San Juan on his Umbrella rig. At times they had three and four fish on at one time. Kevin loves to share his passion, especially with the youth.

Hunting pheasants in South Dakota Shane was able to capture a great shot of his French Britt, Mack doing what he loves the most, chasing roosters. Even in South Dakota, late season roosters can be a challenge, but with great dog work from Mack and the other hounds, Shane says, they had a successful hunt.

Every Year on his birthday, Matt Messerly has what he calls his best day ever. So on November 24th, he watched the sunrise while hunting deer with his bow on the extended archery hunt near Bountiful. Then Matt watched it go down after taking a limit of ducks at Farmington Bay. Matt says, it was an incredible day, Utah is an incredible place to live.

but our winner tonight, got a nudge from his wife to submit some pictures and it paid off. Travis loves to duck hunt, this year he’s been training his pup Kemi all summer. He’s taken her to Strawberry, the bear river and the pup has finally figured it out. At only 7 months she’s already got 18 retrieves under her belt. It looks like you’ve got a great dog in the making Travis. Here’s to many more hunts as you just won 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 Camp Chef Stryker backpacking stove.

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