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We start with the Woodard family who drove from Arizona and were up in Utah visiting family. Nathan says his family isn't much into fishing, but his two girls Sam and Megan love to bow fish. This is Sam's first carp she's ever speared, Nathan says the shooting was slow, but they still ended up with thirty fish.
Check out this great 350 class, southern Utah limited entry bull that Cole took on this years archery hunt. Cole had his good buddies, Jared, JJ and Jeff along to help him call and pack his trophy out. They say it took them a few days to recover from the 3 mile pack to camp, but they're already looking forward to next year.
Judy waited 16 years to draw her coveted limited entry elk tag. After a day of sitting on water near a road and seeing nothing, her son Jerry convinced her to go on a hike, where they spotted this great 347 inch bull and with one shot, the bull was hers. True to their word, the boys help mom pack her bull out, Judy even packed out a front quarter herself.
A few weeks ago, Todd and his wife were up with the kids waterskiing at Pineview when they spotted this Western Grebe with a fish in it's mouth. Turns out the grebe was making quick work of this crappie, but before it did, Todd was able to capture this nice shot and then backed off to let grebe enjoy his catch.
Nate drew the best archery tag in the state for monster muleys, the Henry Mountains. Nate says he blew an opportunity on a GIANT four by five due to a case of buck fever, but connected on the last hours of his hunt with this great wide horned buck they'd nicknamed "moose"
But our winner tonight is a fine king and a graduation present for Dalton. Craig and his brothers took their sons up to the Alaska to celebrate their achievements and for 8 solid days they enjoyed catching kings and silvers on the Kenai. This is Dalton, holding his dads 40 pound king, the biggest freshwater fish he's ever caught. When the fish surfaced, Craig's eyes were as big as silver dollars and they boys where excited as well. Here's to a completing high school boys, a great picture and our grand prize for having the snapshot of the week.
Remember send your pictures and a brief explanation of your latest outdoor adventure to Outdoors@KSL.com The winner each week will win one of Camp Chef's new innovative products. Either their new Sherpa Camp Table and Organizer or the 34 hundred BTU Ranger Stove. Portability and Power from our friends at Camp Chef.