Girls day out: This was a girls day out we just got the new tracks put on the commanders went up to Montecristo and you should've seen the looks when us three ladies pulled out these beautiful commanders from the trailer and went for A beautiful ride it looks like we're on top of the world it was so much fun! Can't wait to do it again.. Photo submitted by Chrystal on Jan 08, 2017 05:38 PM
Monster in Long Beach: Gabe Patterson who has been featured on your show many times for the hunts he sets up for children is my little brother. I'm serving as a mission president in Long Beach, California so miss out on the family hunts for three years. Gabe and my brother keeping sending pictures of the big bucks and bulls they kill. So this is to show them the hunting spirit carries on in Long Beach. This guy chewed the wires in my car. I got it fixed. Two days later he did it again. The hunt was on. Not your typical trophy but this will have to suffice until I return to out hunt my brothers once again.. Photo submitted by Brian Patterson on Jan 07, 2017 09:33 AM
PerchFest 2017: Echo Res. Is non-stop perch. Didn't go 5 minutes without catching a fish.. Photo submitted by Erik Fetzer on Jan 06, 2017 06:38 PM
Rare Brant Geese in Utah: My 15 year old son, Niel, and I were jump shooting ducks when we saw a couple of birds swimming upstream about 80 yards ahead of us. We walked farther out into the field to hide our approach and when we sneaked to the river, the birds were still there. I couldn't identify them because I had never seen this species of waterfowl before, so Niel and I didn't harvest them. I took a couple of pictures to show to a friend to see if he could identify them. I got home and promptly forgot about the pictures and never sent them. A couple of days later, Niel and I were in the same area and flushed a few ducks and the unidentified birds off a pond. We harvested a couple of Mallard drakes, and watched the unknown birds make three returns passes to the pond before flying back to the river. This time I called my friend, Justin Shirley, and described the birds. J told me they were Brant Geese and were not common in Utah. On Jan. 3 2017 I took Niel and my 12 year old daughter, Eryn, back to the area where we had seen the Brant geese twice. Luckily, they were still around. We flushed the geese off the pond, but weren't in a position to shoot. All we could do was watch them fly away towards the river. After circling a couple of times, the geese appeared to land. We drove to the river and started working towards the location where I thought the geese landed. It took us about 20 minutes to locate the geese and this time we were able to get within range. The geese flushed and Eryn knocked one down on her second shot. Niel hit the second goose with his last shot, but it still flew about 100 yards before folding up and dropping. After taking some pictures of my kids with their geese, we headed home to show Mom a real waterfowl trophy.. Photo submitted by Niel and Eryn Briggs on Jan 05, 2017 10:09 PM
Kesler Bison Hunt 2014: 2014 Henry mountains Bison Hunt Once in a lifetime!. Photo submitted by Gale Kesler on Jan 05, 2017 08:14 PM
Late Season Nebo Rifle Elk Hunt: Here are some photos of my late season limited entry elk hunt on the nebo unit. It took me 13 years to draw the tag and only cost me a broken arm while packing him out but was totally worth it. Thanks. Photo submitted by Kyle Graham on Jan 04, 2017 04:41 PM
Late Season Nebo Rifle Elk Hunt: Here are some photos of my late season limited entry elk hunt on the nebo unit. It took me 13 years to draw the tag and only cost me a broken arm while packing him out but was totally worth it. Thanks. Photo submitted by Kyle Graham on Jan 04, 2017 04:41 PM
Late Season Nebo Rifle Elk Hunt: Here are some photos of my late season limited entry elk hunt on the nebo unit. It took me 13 years to draw the tag and only cost me a broken arm while packing him out but was totally worth it. Thanks. Photo submitted by Kyle Graham on Jan 04, 2017 04:41 PM
Bringing Home The Bacon: This is 450 lbs. of Turkish bacon. Robby Weber shot this hog with a Christensen Arms 300 Ultra Mag while hunting in Turkey November 2016. Because they hunted at night they used night vision which Robby thought was cool. They were in Turkey hunting Ibex and shot this trophy early. With several days yet before they could catch a plane home, why not go after some pigs. With rumors of bombings in Turkey, this Mom is glad he is home safe!. Photo submitted by Shelly Weber on Jan 03, 2017 09:18 PM
Bringing Home The Bacon: This is 450 lbs. of Turkish bacon. Robby Weber shot this hog with a Christensen Arms 300 Ultra Mag while hunting in Turkey November 2016. Because they hunted at night they used night vision which Robby thought was cool. They were in Turkey hunting Ibex and shot this trophy early. With several days yet before they could catch a plane home, why not go after some pigs. With rumors of bombings in Turkey, this Mom is glad he is home safe!. Photo submitted by Shelly Weber on Jan 03, 2017 09:18 PM