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Traditional: Me and my brother got a phone call late one night from an elderly man that only had one day left on his moose hunt. By 8 the next morning he made a perfect shot on this beautiful moose, with a traditional long bow. . Photo submitted by Sawyer Peacock on Mar 25, 2015 08:29 PM
Delicate Arch: My wife Amber and I took a niece to Delicate Arch to take her bridle photo, the wedding is April 24 so I promised her we would not show the bridle photo, but this is an idea of what they will look like.. Photo submitted by Jason Gammell on Mar 25, 2015 04:46 PM
Willard Bay Wipers: When I saw the post come up on bigfishtackle.com with a subject of "Willard Invite", I couldn't type fast enough. This post was from a well known Utah fisherman Ralph Naylor (Old_Coot on forums). I asked if I could bring my son and Ralph was kind enough to allow both of to tag along. Picture DSC00006 is Canyon struggling to reel in his first wiper on Willard Bay. The DSC00016 picture is Canyon holding up that Wiper. We had a great day on the lake with excellent fishing and made a few new friends along the way. The 2015-03-21 picture is Canyon relaxing on the way back to the dock after a tiring day bringing in the Wipers. Big thanks to Ralph for the generosity of taking out perfect strangers and showing them the ropes. James . Photo submitted by James Crowther on Mar 24, 2015 09:34 AM
Willard Bay Wipers: When I saw the post come up on bigfishtackle.com with a subject of "Willard Invite", I couldn't type fast enough. This post was from a well known Utah fisherman Ralph Naylor (Old_Coot on forums). I asked if I could bring my son and Ralph was kind enough to allow both of to tag along. Picture DSC00006 is Canyon struggling to reel in his first wiper on Willard Bay. The DSC00016 picture is Canyon holding up that Wiper. We had a great day on the lake with excellent fishing and made a few new friends along the way. The 2015-03-21 picture is Canyon relaxing on the way back to the dock after a tiring day bringing in the Wipers. Big thanks to Ralph for the generosity of taking out perfect strangers and showing them the ropes. James . Photo submitted by James Crowther on Mar 24, 2015 09:34 AM
Willard Bay Wipers: When I saw the post come up on bigfishtackle.com with a subject of "Willard Invite", I couldn't type fast enough. This post was from a well known Utah fisherman Ralph Naylor (Old_Coot on forums). I asked if I could bring my son and Ralph was kind enough to allow both of to tag along. Picture DSC00006 is Canyon struggling to reel in his first wiper on Willard Bay. The DSC00016 picture is Canyon holding up that Wiper. We had a great day on the lake with excellent fishing and made a few new friends along the way. The 2015-03-21 picture is Canyon relaxing on the way back to the dock after a tiring day bringing in the Wipers. Big thanks to Ralph for the generosity of taking out perfect strangers and showing them the ropes. James . Photo submitted by James Crowther on Mar 24, 2015 09:34 AM
So close!: In preparation for a tournament, I went to fish a secret location in Utah county that I heard about. I chucked a spinnerbait near a bush and this huge Largemouth clobbered it. After a very exciting fight I was able to bring her to shore. She measured 23" long, had an 18.5" girth, and weighed a whopping 9.5 lbs! Just shy of the state record. After snapping some photos, I released her to swim another day.. Photo submitted by Brooks Rees on Mar 21, 2015 04:47 PM
Slippery Catch: Spent a fun day in the sun at the Berry with the whole family and Grandpa. The fishing was good and smiles were even bigger. The fish were slippery and hard to hold on to. This cutt was ready to skip the picture and get back in the water. . Photo submitted by Wyatt Francom on Mar 21, 2015 04:17 PM
ice fishing: Last new years fishing in Mantua Caught tons of fish and caught something a little more leaving. Photo submitted by tyler allen on Mar 21, 2015 02:48 PM
: 5 year old Trace and his brothers knew they were the "good luck charms" for their dad and grandpa during this years trapping season. Trace loved learning this craft from his grandpa and talks about the many experiences and memories he made. His favorite memory is of his brother Jaxon walking up to a trap and almost jumping out of his skin because he wasn't expecting anything to be in the trap! Trace made sure we took a picture of just him so he could be famous on Outdoors with Adam Eakle! . Photo submitted by Trace Anderson on Mar 20, 2015 10:34 AM
: 5 year old Trace and his brothers knew they were the "good luck charms" for their dad and grandpa during this years trapping season. Trace loved learning this craft from his grandpa and talks about the many experiences and memories he made. His favorite memory is of his brother Jaxon walking up to a trap and almost jumping out of his skin because he wasn't expecting anything to be in the trap! Trace made sure we took a picture of just him so he could be famous on Outdoors with Adam Eakle! . Photo submitted by Trace Anderson on Mar 20, 2015 10:34 AM
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