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: What an adventure!!! Hunting on public land in the Uintah mountains during the general season with family and friends we where able to harvest the 6X7 "River Bull". I spotted this bull with 10 cows on Friday before the hunt started. He was no where to be found on opening day. On Monday morning after hiking back is several miles we came across him when he was crossing the river with a few of his cows. Hunting with a friend Darrin and his two sons Cody and Cooper we where lucky enough to put him down with a 100 yard shot. The river gave us a great noise advantage. After he cooled off in the river the work began. We used the horse to pull him out of the river and to pack him back to camp. What a wonderful and memorable hunt!!! . Photo submitted by Brant Beus on Oct 24, 2014 04:25 PM
: What an adventure!!! Hunting on public land in the Uintah mountains during the general season with family and friends we where able to harvest the 6X7 "River Bull". I spotted this bull with 10 cows on Friday before the hunt started. He was no where to be found on opening day. On Monday morning after hiking back is several miles we came across him when he was crossing the river with a few of his cows. Hunting with a friend Darrin and his two sons Cody and Cooper we where lucky enough to put him down with a 100 yard shot. The river gave us a great noise advantage. After he cooled off in the river the work began. We used the horse to pull him out of the river and to pack him back to camp. What a wonderful and memorable hunt!!! . Photo submitted by Brant Beus on Oct 24, 2014 04:25 PM
: What an adventure!!! Hunting on public land in the Uintah mountains during the general season with family and friends we where able to harvest the 6X7 "River Bull". I spotted this bull with 10 cows on Friday before the hunt started. He was no where to be found on opening day. On Monday morning after hiking back is several miles we came across him when he was crossing the river with a few of his cows. Hunting with a friend Darrin and his two sons Cody and Cooper we where lucky enough to put him down with a 100 yard shot. The river gave us a great noise advantage. After he cooled off in the river the work began. We used the horse to pull him out of the river and to pack him back to camp. What a wonderful and memorable hunt!!! . Photo submitted by Brant Beus on Oct 24, 2014 04:25 PM
4 Generations of Hunting: We have 4 generations of hunters. My grandma, my dad, myself (taking the picture), and two of my boys.. Photo submitted by Chaz Frandsen on Oct 24, 2014 01:46 PM
2014 deer hunt: generation hunt father, son ,grandson 2014 hunt . Photo submitted by Matt Chacon on Oct 24, 2014 08:28 AM
2014 deer hunt: generation hunt father, son ,grandson 2014 hunt . Photo submitted by Matt Chacon on Oct 24, 2014 08:28 AM
NO BULL ELK, BUT THE OLSON FAMILY BAGGED THE BUCK: After 11 years I finally drew a limited entry big bull tag on Manti my home stopping grounds. After 8 HOT days of hunting we came home empty handed. After finally overcoming the disappointment deer season was upon us. We chased this buck for 3 days up North Fork in Manti Canyon. We named this buck NEW ROAD BUCK. Every night after work when I pulled up my boy would ask “We going up NEW ROAD FORK tonight”, he just could not remember the name North Fork. So after work every night we chased this buck shooting at him each night finally on the night of 10/22/2014 he came within 50 yards and the Olson family bagged their buck. Good times fun memories.. Photo submitted by Garrett Olson on Oct 24, 2014 08:28 AM
Jessie's first deer; Uncle Vernon's 30-30: Hey Adam, Enclosed in this submission is a picture of my 16 yr. old daughter with her first deer, from her first deer hunt. I also included a little blog explaining why this hunt was special to me, also included two photos from the box of shells which is explained in the story below. I have never submitted photo’s to your show before. Hope it helps. Thanks Dave Ursem Hooper, UT Had a great time taking Jessie on her first deer hunt. It was something she really wanted to do and she did a great job. We had a lot of fun! (Long, personal, story from here on, hope you don't mind) One thing that made it neat for me, was that the rifle she used was one that I received from a very special uncle - Uncle Vernon. He taught me and my little brother how to shoot when we were little kids, using 22 caliber rifles. 22 caliber rifles to young boys are a ton of fun, and we really enjoyed those times shooting. I know that I would not enjoy shooting as much as I do, if it wasn't for him and those youthful days. We lost Uncle Vernon in '82, of a sudden heart attack, which was a great loss to me and to our family! Years after his passing, when my Aunt Nelda passed. I was given his 30/30 lever action rifle. By then I had my own rifle so I never shot his rifle until this year getting ready for Jessie's hunt. With his rifle also came a box of ammo that he bought from Montgomery Wards years ago. This year when Jessie and I practiced using his rifle, we used ammo I bought, but on the day of the hunt, I loaded the rifle with Uncle Vernon's ammo. So she shot her first buck with his rifle, and ammo he bought some 32 years ago. I just think that is really cool and kind of amazing. This was only possible because he was willing to spend his time and resources helping a kid learn how to shoot, and for that I am very grateful! So here's to my wonderful daughter that makes being a dad so rewarding and so easy. And here's to Uncle Vernon. A West Virginia kid, WWII veteran, a devoted husband and a wonderful uncle. You were both heavy on my mind this weekend! . Photo submitted by Dave Ursem on Oct 23, 2014 08:26 PM
Christian's 1st Buck: After spending a few days in the field, Christian spotted this good 4X4 near Park City. All the searching paid off when Christian made a great shot with his .270 WSM. What a great 1st buck for this 14 year old. He's already counting the days to next year so he can try for a big bull elk. . Photo submitted by Brent Haight on Oct 23, 2014 03:27 PM
4 of a kind buck: After winning a friendly hand of poker with a four of a kind, I said I was going to shoot a buck and name him four of a kind. That day came on Tuesday morning and We finally had this big buck loaded up and was getting ready for the two mile hike out when a fist bump was captured as a moment of celebration. I'm sure glad Eric and Jason were there to haul this trophy down. Thanks guys.. Photo submitted by Skylar White on Oct 22, 2014 10:34 PM
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