Youth First Goose Hunt: My son Caden turned 9 last spring and wanted to go goose hunting for the first time. So we talked to his cousin Carter and friend Daxton and their dads and decided we would give it a go. We took the boys out and practiced shooting clays before hand. We also went scouting the week before the hunt and came up with a plan. To say the least it all paid off. The morning of the youth hunt it was beautiful and a little chilly because the wind started blowing. The wind was perfect because as the geese started coming into the wind they just hovered right over the top of us. The boys were a little excited to say the least and there was a lot of shooting with little results. As shells were running low the boys started to be a little more selective on the shots they would take and thats when the birds started to fall. It was a blast to see Caden get his first goose, and than shoot his limit on his first hunt. It was also awesome to see Carter get his first goose as well, and Daxton get his first duck. To say the least it was a blast of a hunt and one they wont forget as friends.. Photo submitted by Brian Rose on Mar 20, 2015 10:02 AM
Youth First Goose Hunt: My son Caden turned 9 last spring and wanted to go goose hunting for the first time. So we talked to his cousin Carter and friend Daxton and their dads and decided we would give it a go. We took the boys out and practiced shooting clays before hand. We also went scouting the week before the hunt and came up with a plan. To say the least it all paid off. The morning of the youth hunt it was beautiful and a little chilly because the wind started blowing. The wind was perfect because as the geese started coming into the wind they just hovered right over the top of us. The boys were a little excited to say the least and there was a lot of shooting with little results. As shells were running low the boys started to be a little more selective on the shots they would take and thats when the birds started to fall. It was a blast to see Caden get his first goose, and than shoot his limit on his first hunt. It was also awesome to see Carter get his first goose as well, and Daxton get his first duck. To say the least it was a blast of a hunt and one they wont forget as friends.. Photo submitted by Brian Rose on Mar 20, 2015 10:02 AM
Big Horn Sheep in Highland: These guys can sometimes be found hanging out on our mountain.. Photo submitted by Vaughn Miles on Mar 19, 2015 09:00 PM
Big Horn Sheep in Highland: These guys can sometimes be found hanging out on our mountain.. Photo submitted by Vaughn Miles on Mar 19, 2015 09:00 PM
Big Horn Sheep in Highland: These guys can sometimes be found hanging out on our mountain.. Photo submitted by Vaughn Miles on Mar 19, 2015 09:00 PM
Couples Mountain Lions: My wife and I have waited so long to draw Lion tags and of course we drew them the worst possible weather year to have a tag. Luckily it stormed two days before the hunt ended and I ended up getting a nice female and she out did me the next day by getting this monster tom. It was great being in the outdoors and spending time with family. Glad my lifelong hunting partner and dad (Chad Brown) could be there. Thanks for bring him back in one piece from Mexico. Keep up the great show, love watching it every week!. Photo submitted by Aaron Brown on Mar 19, 2015 01:30 PM
Couples Mountain Lions: My wife and I have waited so long to draw Lion tags and of course we drew them the worst possible weather year to have a tag. Luckily it stormed two days before the hunt ended and I ended up getting a nice female and she out did me the next day by getting this monster tom. It was great being in the outdoors and spending time with family. Glad my lifelong hunting partner and dad (Chad Brown) could be there. Thanks for bring him back in one piece from Mexico. Keep up the great show, love watching it every week!. Photo submitted by Aaron Brown on Mar 19, 2015 01:30 PM
Andrea Brown's Big Tom: I took this Big Tom on the last day of the hunt after a few unsuccessful days of hunting, thanks to some late snow.. Photo submitted by Andrea Brown on Mar 19, 2015 08:11 AM
String of Planters: Got to take my daughter Shaylee out to catch some rainbow planters at Locomotive Springs. Uncle Brian and his brother didn't fare as well as she did, for some reason every time she reeled in she was getting a strike. Similar to our last fishing trip up to Flaming Gorge where she caught by far the biggest fish! I will have to take her along to get some of her luck in the coming weeks when we try to hook into some elusive Tiger Muskie. Better hold onto that pole tight Shaylee :). Photo submitted by Travis Rudd on Mar 18, 2015 06:37 PM
Long Journey Fish: Flew to New Zealand. Landed and hitched hiked 3 days to the trail head. From there we hiked 4 days in pouring rain and over mountain ranges approximately 3500ft elevation gain and 25 miles with our packs on to get to the river. The day we got there it stopped raining but the bugs were out. I hooked into this 28 inch brown on a cicada dry fly. After the photo shoot I released him back home.. Photo submitted by Garrett Jeppsen on Mar 18, 2015 03:04 PM