Whats that elk doing?: Every year my wife and her family go to Island Park for a week. My kids favorite part of going to Island park is our visits to the beautiful Yellowstone National Park. This year we decided to stay a night in Mammoth Hot Springs. The kids were so excited about the prospect of staying in the park and seeing much of the wildlife from the cabin windows. That night we were watching a small rag horn chase a group of cows all around the cabins we were staying in. Our kids ( Averie and Parker) wanted to go see the elk up close, so I had them stand and smile while the elk passed behind and so I could get a picture with them close to the elk. Only after when I was looking over the pictures did I notice the fear on their faces! Gone were the full smiles and out came the forced smile! My favorite part is that their eyes are trying to keep tabs on the elks location, rather than looking forward for the picture! Only after the elk had walked another 40 yards did their heartbeats finally go back to normal, and they were able to relax again! MY kids had a blast listening to the elk bugle and Wallow right behind the cabin. After we got back my boy Parker, who loves your Outdoors show looked over the pictures and said this one is the snap shot of the week! . Photo submitted by Devin Sheppard on Oct 13, 2014 01:26 PM
Whats that elk doing?: Every year my wife and her family go to Island Park for a week. My kids favorite part of going to Island park is our visits to the beautiful Yellowstone National Park. This year we decided to stay a night in Mammoth Hot Springs. The kids were so excited about the prospect of staying in the park and seeing much of the wildlife from the cabin windows. That night we were watching a small rag horn chase a group of cows all around the cabins we were staying in. Our kids ( Averie and Parker) wanted to go see the elk up close, so I had them stand and smile while the elk passed behind and so I could get a picture with them close to the elk. Only after when I was looking over the pictures did I notice the fear on their faces! Gone were the full smiles and out came the forced smile! My favorite part is that their eyes are trying to keep tabs on the elks location, rather than looking forward for the picture! Only after the elk had walked another 40 yards did their heartbeats finally go back to normal, and they were able to relax again! MY kids had a blast listening to the elk bugle and Wallow right behind the cabin. After we got back my boy Parker, who loves your Outdoors show looked over the pictures and said this one is the snap shot of the week! . Photo submitted by Devin Sheppard on Oct 13, 2014 01:26 PM
fishing for breast cancer awareness: This is more than a fishing picture, this is a group of friends supporting breast cancer on our fishing trip. Even mans best friend, our faithful companion is in full support with her pink bow tie. The weekend of fishing was pretty good, we were able to land some really nice fish, but all the fish we caught took a back seat to a group of friends in full appreciation of our health and the beautiful outdoors we are all so lucky to have in our own backyard.. Photo submitted by Brent Walling on Oct 13, 2014 10:37 AM
Berry Bear: At Manti-LeSalle. This Bear came through our camp eating berries and flipping over rocks.. Photo submitted by Steve White on Oct 12, 2014 09:16 PM
First duck!!! One Happy Boy!!: Zane finally got his first duck after getting skunked on the youth hunt!!! He's a real trooper and didn't mind getting up at 3:00 in the morning to make the long drive north from Grantsville!! He's addicted now and can't wait to go again!!. Photo submitted by Tracy Thomas on Oct 12, 2014 07:43 PM
Fall fishing at its best: Annual Brown family fishing trip to chesterfield ID 28" rainbow. Photo submitted by Craig Brown on Oct 12, 2014 04:19 PM
It "Moose" be luck!: I decided to go "Moose" around in the beautiful Tetons and came across this cuddly couple. This bull and his female friend put on quite the show as he didn't leave her side even as she slipped down to take a sip in the snake river. It "Moose" be love! 2 days later we came across this huge Bull Moose and his family wading in the beaver ponds. He's the biggest guy I have seen, and was great to capture him right in front of the scenic Teton range. Wow! To summarize the weekend, it "Moose" be luck!. Photo submitted by Ryan Smith on Oct 12, 2014 11:08 AM
It "Moose" be luck!: I decided to go "Moose" around in the beautiful Tetons and came across this cuddly couple. This bull and his female friend put on quite the show as he didn't leave her side even as she slipped down to take a sip in the snake river. It "Moose" be love! 2 days later we came across this huge Bull Moose and his family wading in the beaver ponds. He's the biggest guy I have seen, and was great to capture him right in front of the scenic Teton range. Wow! To summarize the weekend, it "Moose" be luck!. Photo submitted by Ryan Smith on Oct 12, 2014 11:08 AM
It "Moose" be luck!: I decided to go "Moose" around in the beautiful Tetons and came across this cuddly couple. This bull and his female friend put on quite the show as he didn't leave her side even as she slipped down to take a sip in the snake river. It "Moose" be love! 2 days later we came across this huge Bull Moose and his family wading in the beaver ponds. He's the biggest guy I have seen, and was great to capture him right in front of the scenic Teton range. Wow! To summarize the weekend, it "Moose" be luck!. Photo submitted by Ryan Smith on Oct 12, 2014 11:08 AM
47" Tiger Muskie: Birthday weekend (oct. 10) with Dad and brother, I caught this 47" Tiger Muskie at Pineview Res. on a one ounce yellow and red diamond dare devil spoon.. Photo submitted by CJ Wolf on Oct 11, 2014 05:35 PM