waiting for a buck: Waiting for the bucks to show up 2014 utah deer hunt. Photo submitted by Stacey DeMeyer on Oct 21, 2014 07:43 AM
waiting for a buck: Waiting for the bucks to show up 2014 utah deer hunt. Photo submitted by Stacey DeMeyer on Oct 21, 2014 07:43 AM
waiting for a buck: Waiting for the bucks to show up 2014 utah deer hunt. Photo submitted by Stacey DeMeyer on Oct 21, 2014 07:43 AM
Little Duck Commander: Easton is about to turn 8 years old. He has been begging to go Duck Hunting with Dad. While at Sportsman's Warehouse the other day, Dad finally found some waders that would fit a 7 year old. Dad couldn't wait until his birthday in November and gave his little buddy an early birthday present of brand new camo waders. Last Saturday, Easton got to go on his first Duck Hunt. Dad took Easton to his favorite spot in southwest Wyoming and had a blast. Easton never complained once, and had the time of his life. As you can see from the photo, Easton took the hunt pretty serious and with the help of his trusted Lab, even carried some of the ducks back to the truck. Here's to many more memories spent with a great boy and fun times in the outdoors!. Photo submitted by Nate Cragun on Oct 20, 2014 07:03 AM
Little Duck Commander: Easton is about to turn 8 years old. He has been begging to go Duck Hunting with Dad. While at Sportsman's Warehouse the other day, Dad finally found some waders that would fit a 7 year old. Dad couldn't wait until his birthday in November and gave his little buddy an early birthday present of brand new camo waders. Last Saturday, Easton got to go on his first Duck Hunt. Dad took Easton to his favorite spot in southwest Wyoming and had a blast. Easton never complained once, and had the time of his life. As you can see from the photo, Easton took the hunt pretty serious and with the help of his trusted Lab, even carried some of the ducks back to the truck. Here's to many more memories spent with a great boy and fun times in the outdoors!. Photo submitted by Nate Cragun on Oct 20, 2014 07:03 AM
Little Duck Commander: Easton is about to turn 8 years old. He has been begging to go Duck Hunting with Dad. While at Sportsman's Warehouse the other day, Dad finally found some waders that would fit a 7 year old. Dad couldn't wait until his birthday in November and gave his little buddy an early birthday present of brand new camo waders. Last Saturday, Easton got to go on his first Duck Hunt. Dad took Easton to his favorite spot in southwest Wyoming and had a blast. Easton never complained once, and had the time of his life. As you can see from the photo, Easton took the hunt pretty serious and with the help of his trusted Lab, even carried some of the ducks back to the truck. Here's to many more memories spent with a great boy and fun times in the outdoors!. Photo submitted by Nate Cragun on Oct 20, 2014 07:03 AM
Southern Utah General Deer Hunt: After hunting very hard during the archery and muzzleloader hunts as my first year being a dedicated hunter. I was finally able to connect at first light of the rifle opener with one of the great bucks that i have been chasing. Thanks to the help of family, I was able to harvest such a great deer. It was definitely an experience that I will take and pass on for years and years. . Photo submitted by Bryan Larsen on Oct 19, 2014 11:37 PM
Southern Utah General Deer Hunt: After hunting very hard during the archery and muzzleloader hunts as my first year being a dedicated hunter. I was finally able to connect at first light of the rifle opener with one of the great bucks that i have been chasing. Thanks to the help of family, I was able to harvest such a great deer. It was definitely an experience that I will take and pass on for years and years. . Photo submitted by Bryan Larsen on Oct 19, 2014 11:37 PM
Southern Utah General Deer Hunt: After hunting very hard during the archery and muzzleloader hunts as my first year being a dedicated hunter. I was finally able to connect at first light of the rifle opener with one of the great bucks that i have been chasing. Thanks to the help of family, I was able to harvest such a great deer. It was definitely an experience that I will take and pass on for years and years. . Photo submitted by Bryan Larsen on Oct 19, 2014 11:37 PM
7X7 Bull, With the ever hopeful Bobcat: Hi Adam I have two great story's about my limited entry Elk hunt in souther Utah on my opening day of the hunt. With the help of my son-in-law we both walked away with a experience of a lifetime. My son-in-law and I set out for an evening hunt in a canyon we heard a bull bugling in earlier that day. My son-in-law set up 40 yards behind me and began bugling and cow called and we mediately received answers from four different bulls on both sides of the canyon, but after calling for an hour and using every trick he knew we couldn't seem to coax any of them to come any closer and it was getting late. So I decided if he they weren't going to come to me I was going to go and find him,but during this time that I was off stalking through the woods my son in-law was having his own experience with the local wildlife. While my son-in-law continued to call which enables me to locate and get within 150 yards of this great bull and his herd of cows, they were so focused on the calls coming from down the canyon that I was able to put myself in a position to scope the meadow and hillside and find my bull. But while this was playing out for me my son-in-law was contending with a local bobcat. For some reason the Bobcat got the impression that my son-in-law was easy pray, but with his 6'4" frame I don't really see him being easy prey, but the bobcat had a different view and continue to stock my son-in-law despite him standing up and throwing rocks and sticks at him to discourage him, this went on for 10 minutes with him circling him and trying to figure out what he was or how tasty he might be, and an easy way in to test his theory. While all of this was going on he diligently continued to bugle and cow call, without him I would never have been able to find and harvest this fantastic 7x7 bull. When we hooked back up together we immediately sheared are different experience and had a great laugh before starting the work of getting my bull back to camp, which would end up taking us tell five in the morning before we were able to accomplish that. What a great day, you've got to love hunting and all it Intel's. Thanks for the chance to share my story P.S I have the full video if you want it. Photo submitted by Todd Hutchison on Oct 19, 2014 04:59 PM