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Camp Chef Snapshot of the Week - 06/16/2012



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[CG :2 Line\Dylan Martinez\No City Limit]

We kick it off with some big bucket mouths Dylan has caught and every one of them were caught in city limits in waters that get a lot of pressure. Dylan says these places are often under estimated and who could argue. These pigs are all over 4 pounds, dylan says he's even caught one that was 8 pounds.

[CG :2 Line\Kyle Nielson\Rattler!]

After watching our hike of month episodes, Kyle decided to take a relaxing hike up Bell Canyon. About 5 minutes into his hike, he heard that all too familiar warning. 18 inches away under a rock, a 24 inch rattlesnake was letting him know that was close enough. After returning to his car, Kyle spotted another, this 36 inch rattler, soaking up the heat under his car. Kyle say's he may have to change his cologne, the next time he heads out.

[CG :2 Line\Brock Bates\FISH ON!]

Back in May Brock and his brother-in-law were up at Pineview talking how great it would be to hook up with a monster tiger musky. Just then, Brock looked at his rapalla just in time to see a huge set of jaws engorge it. Brock was able to get this great shot, just before releasing this toothy tiger, to fight another day.

[CG :2 Line\Orrin Parr\Predator becomes prey]

Fishing with a dead 8 inch chub with two treble hooks, Orrin wasn't that excited when he felt the tug of the small pike he caught at Yuba a few weeks ago. His enthusiasm changed when a much larger pike decided to grab the smaller pike and the fight was on. After 20 minutes he finally saw the fish and muscled it to shore, turns out a 14 inch pike had hit the bottom treble and this 44 inch 22 pound northern was hooked on the upper. Orrin's biggest fish to date, great job kid.

[CG :2 Line\Lance Starling\WINNER!]

And finally our winner tonight is an extreme sport that is growing in popularity. Lance and his buddies have found the thrill of downhill Mountain Biking. They have a large group of talented riders in Utah County and they get out as much as possible. This is their crew, just at sunset after a great ride down the mountain. Sounds like a rush Lance, keep the good times a rolling. With that great shot, great enthusiasm, you and your buddies now can claim our great prize for having the Camp Chef, snapshot of the week.

Remember submit your pictures and a brief explanation of your latest outdoor adventures on-line at KSLTV.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.

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