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: Hello, I'm Brady Glauser and this is an entry for the snapshot of the week. My dad and I drew out for the LE Northeastern turkey hunt this year. My dad and I went down the the Bookcliffs on opening weekend in search of tutkeys. We rode our fourwheelers for almost 200 miles during this trip. As our trip was coming to an end we were feeling pretty discouraged since we hadn't seen a bird the whole time. We were on our way back to camp to pack up and head out when I got the feeling to get off my fourwheeler and look for some sheds. After I stopped I look back across the other side of the road and I couldn't believe my eyes. There was a group of turkeys on the move and we had to cut them off quick. We sneakily ran into position and got pinned by the birds in the worst possible hiding spot. We waited motionless for what seemed like ages for the tom to come out. As we sat hunkered there the hens came by first and were so close that I could've touched them. Finally the tom popped out at about 30-40 yards. In one swift motion I popped up and shot him. This was my second ever turkey and my first merriam's, he had a 9.5" beard and was very heavy. I look forward to many more of these awesome memories with my dad. Later in the season two of our friends were able to harvest their birds. . Photo submitted by Brady Glauser on May 02, 2016 09:52 AM
: Hello, I'm Brady Glauser and this is an entry for the snapshot of the week. My dad and I drew out for the LE Northeastern turkey hunt this year. My dad and I went down the the Bookcliffs on opening weekend in search of tutkeys. We rode our fourwheelers for almost 200 miles during this trip. As our trip was coming to an end we were feeling pretty discouraged since we hadn't seen a bird the whole time. We were on our way back to camp to pack up and head out when I got the feeling to get off my fourwheeler and look for some sheds. After I stopped I look back across the other side of the road and I couldn't believe my eyes. There was a group of turkeys on the move and we had to cut them off quick. We sneakily ran into position and got pinned by the birds in the worst possible hiding spot. We waited motionless for what seemed like ages for the tom to come out. As we sat hunkered there the hens came by first and were so close that I could've touched them. Finally the tom popped out at about 30-40 yards. In one swift motion I popped up and shot him. This was my second ever turkey and my first merriam's, he had a 9.5" beard and was very heavy. I look forward to many more of these awesome memories with my dad. Later in the season two of our friends were able to harvest their birds. . Photo submitted by Brady Glauser on May 02, 2016 09:52 AM
: Hello, I'm Brady Glauser and this is an entry for the snapshot of the week. My dad and I drew out for the LE Northeastern turkey hunt this year. My dad and I went down the the Bookcliffs on opening weekend in search of tutkeys. We rode our fourwheelers for almost 200 miles during this trip. As our trip was coming to an end we were feeling pretty discouraged since we hadn't seen a bird the whole time. We were on our way back to camp to pack up and head out when I got the feeling to get off my fourwheeler and look for some sheds. After I stopped I look back across the other side of the road and I couldn't believe my eyes. There was a group of turkeys on the move and we had to cut them off quick. We sneakily ran into position and got pinned by the birds in the worst possible hiding spot. We waited motionless for what seemed like ages for the tom to come out. As we sat hunkered there the hens came by first and were so close that I could've touched them. Finally the tom popped out at about 30-40 yards. In one swift motion I popped up and shot him. This was my second ever turkey and my first merriam's, he had a 9.5" beard and was very heavy. I look forward to many more of these awesome memories with my dad. Later in the season two of our friends were able to harvest their birds. . Photo submitted by Brady Glauser on May 02, 2016 09:52 AM
Opening Weekend Youth Turkey: Opening weekend turkey hunt. Trason (10 years old) took this big Tom at 20 yards. This is his first turkey. . Photo submitted by Clay Slaymaker on May 01, 2016 08:30 PM
Opening Weekend Youth Turkey: Opening weekend turkey hunt. Trason (10 years old) took this big Tom at 20 yards. This is his first turkey. . Photo submitted by Clay Slaymaker on May 01, 2016 08:30 PM
: Seven year old Carter got his first turkey ever! He dropped it in its tracks with his shotgun. 9 inch beard, 3/4" spurs. We are so proud of him!. Photo submitted by Carter Hale on May 01, 2016 01:27 PM
Monster fish: After getting skunked the weekend before we finally got the monster fish we were looking for after loosing one fish at the bank and missing a few bites cause little man was to busy skipping rocks we finally got this fish on the bank proud dad with my little fishin buddy . Photo submitted by Levi allred on May 01, 2016 12:17 PM
Big Cutthroat at Strawberry: What a fight this fish was at Strawberry . 24 inches long 5 and half pounds . On good old power bait . Fun day !. Photo submitted by mark m sartor on Apr 30, 2016 04:51 PM
Creating a little monster: After seeing herself on outdoors with Adam eikle a couple weeks back with a shed horn, Macy has wore out the DVR watching herself over and over, she has to show everyone that comes by! So now every time we are in the outdoors she is always saying take a picture dad and send it into Adam eikle! So with her brothers successful turkey hunt she had to have her own picture with the big tom in hopes to see herself on tv once more.... Thanks adam for helping create a monster;-). Photo submitted by Macy Olsen on Apr 29, 2016 08:13 PM
Two years in a row: One of the luckiest hunters I know, this is Levi's second year in a row drawing a turkey tag and making good both times! Having some great help with land owner access doesn't hurt either, this was a family affair this year as we knew where to set up the blind as the birds always came through the same place every morning. After watching them come out of the roost it was just a waiting game and like clock work they came right by the blind at 20 yards. Having all the kids there was awesome!. Photo submitted by Levi olsen on Apr 29, 2016 07:58 PM
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