Snapshot of the Week: Nov. 28, 2015

Chris and Nuria kick it off with a lifetime memory with their 4 year old son Weston. This is Weston with his mom as she poses with her beautiful bull she took on her Wasatch elk tag, Weston was right there for the shot. And this is Chris’ bull he found up in Wyoming on a general unit. The family had to buy another freezer for all the meat.

Brett and his brother have a tradition of fishing a new area of Utah every fall. This year they went after splake and just before they left, Brett latched into this splake that took him into his backing before he could finally land it. This is Brett’s largest trout in over 30 years of fishing. A true giant.

Twelve year old Lakota Jensen showed great persistence in holding out for 4 point buck. After 6 days of hunting she was rewarded with this nice buck with double eye guards. Her dad Martin says he couldn’t be happier as Lakota is now addicted for life.

Our runner up is a rare site, a piebald bull elk. Lonnie and his buddy spotted the bull down in Central Utah and Lonnie was able to get this cool shot through his spotting scope. The piebald condition is an inherited genetic trait that causes an animals coat to turn white. Lonnie hopes this bull makes it through the winter as he would love to see him again.

But our winner tonight took his son on an early morning duck hunt and came home with a great goose story. Tyson and his son Gage were just about to call it day when they heard a flock of geese headed their way. Dad was able to drop one of the geese. His son Gage was beside himself, hooting and hollering and smiling from ear to ear. Gage wouldn’t let dad pack it out, it was all his. A great memory Tyson that has landed you and Gage 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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