Snow turkey: Boulder mountain turkey hunt. Snowed hard early then cleared off for a great hunt. . Photo submitted by Jeff Van Ausdal on Apr 15, 2014 08:05 PM
Carp on a Rapala lure trolled on utah lake: My son John Haslam and I were trolling for Walleye on Utah Lake 4-12-2014 when he hooked this carp 3 pound carp. I didn't know a carp would take a lure this way.. Photo submitted by Steven Haslam on Apr 14, 2014 10:04 AM
opening of bow fishing 2014: We finally took the boat out bow fishing for the first trip of the year. Norm was up on the deck watching the carp splash around. He didn't have enough string to make the shot. So I walked around the cat tails to make a shot. Bam! A double. A good start to the bow fishing season.. Photo submitted by Robert Anderson on Apr 13, 2014 09:50 PM
Two eagles discussing how fishings been: Fishing at East Canyon I snapped this shot of a bald eagle and golden eagle sitting on the same branch. . Photo submitted by Scott Carnahan on Apr 13, 2014 04:03 PM
Opening Morning Tom: Colton Reading age 12 drew a Northern limited entery turkey tag. Ron Butters a family friend helped Colton and his dad Scott locate some birds. We went up Wednesday before the hunt to set up our ground blind where we thought the birds were roosting. We set up our decoys and got into the blind opening morning an hour before light. With the coming of dawn the world came alive with robins and other birds waking up including the turkeys! We were right in the middle of no less than 8 gobblers and a bunch of hens waking up the world with their gobbling and yelping. Colton said "dad, This is cool and I think we are going to get a shot this morning". When we were just able to see good the birds started coming off their roosts and Colton said " dad there are 2 turkeys coming down the trail!" The turkeys took one look at the decoys and came on a dead sprint right at us! they were both nice Toms. Colton said "dad which one should I shoot"? I told him it didn't matter and to take the one that presented the best shot. Just then both of the Toms stopped at the decoys and started strutting. One of the Toms stopped for a moment too long and Colton busted him with a good shot. Colton could not get out of the blind fast enough to claim his first turkey. The Tom ended up having an 8 inch beard and almost one inch spurs. This is one of the best hunts we have ever had and we will never forget it.. Photo submitted by Scott Reading on Apr 13, 2014 11:05 AM
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Opening Morning Tom: Colton Reading age 12 drew a Northern limited entery turkey tag. Ron Butters a family friend helped Colton and his dad Scott locate some birds. We went up Wednesday before the hunt to set up our ground blind where we thought the birds were roosting. We set up our decoys and got into the blind opening morning an hour before light. With the coming of dawn the world came alive with robins and other birds waking up including the turkeys! We were right in the middle of no less than 8 gobblers and a bunch of hens waking up the world with their gobbling and yelping. Colton said "dad, This is cool and I think we are going to get a shot this morning". When we were just able to see good the birds started coming off their roosts and Colton said " dad there are 2 turkeys coming down the trail!" The turkeys took one look at the decoys and came on a dead sprint right at us! they were both nice Toms. Colton said "dad which one should I shoot"? I told him it didn't matter and to take the one that presented the best shot. Just then both of the Toms stopped at the decoys and started strutting. One of the Toms stopped for a moment too long and Colton busted him with a good shot. Colton could not get out of the blind fast enough to claim his first turkey. The Tom ended up having an 8 inch beard and almost one inch spurs. This is one of the best hunts we have ever had and we will never forget it.. Photo submitted by Scott Reading on Apr 13, 2014 11:05 AM
Father Son lifetime memory: Amazing father son zion unit muzzleloader hunt. Photo submitted by jerrie black on Apr 12, 2014 10:32 PM
East canyon common loons: Here are a few more photos of the loons that I thought you might enjoy.. Photo submitted by Larry Muench on Apr 12, 2014 11:25 AM
East canyon common loons: Here are a few more photos of the loons that I thought you might enjoy.. Photo submitted by Larry Muench on Apr 12, 2014 11:25 AM
East canyon common loons: Here are a few more photos of the loons that I thought you might enjoy.. Photo submitted by Larry Muench on Apr 12, 2014 11:25 AM