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[CG :2 Line\David Virostko\Southern Utah Rainbows] Check out the huge rainbow that five year old Brogun and his mom Taleana caught a couple of weeks ago. Brogun had more than a great time during his ice fishing debut as he and his family caught over 20 fish, with many of them the size of this brute and a couple that were even bigger! As the family was loading up to leave Brogan asked, "Why can't we just live here." Brogun's little brother, Kanon also got into the action as he and his dad David show off a beauty of their own.
[CG :2 Line\Cole Sederholm\Making memories] After completing his hunters safety and drawing his first swan permit, this would be Cole's first year in the marsh. He and his dad spent many days trying to fill his tag and with only a week to go and most of the swans headed south, Cole made an excellent shot on what the DWR called one of the biggest tundra swans taken this year. His dad says, the smile on Cole's face and the memory of this experience will never be forgotten.
[CG :2 Line\JoDale Skinner\Good Stewards] Every year a cub scout troop from West Point holds a pack meeting at Antelope Island to fulfill requirements for pins and belt loops. Jodale says the boys learn about being good stewards of the land and protecting it for others, while the parents enjoy the spectacular vistas. She says she didn't realize the beauty of the island and will be back with the whole family.
[CG :2 Line\Kyle Jeffries\monster muley] Kyle was out on a late season cow elk hunt and came upon a sight he's wanted to see all his life, a true monster muley. Kyle didn't bag his cow that day, but says he'll be back in hopes of seeing this buck and buddies once again.
[CG :2 Line\Matt Messerly\WINNER!] But our winner tonight is a few self portraits Matt took on his Southwest Desert Archery Elk hunt. Matt spent 18 days and made a lifetime of memories on his hunt. Including this photo of him taking a cowboy bath in a stock tank in the desert. In the end Matt did arrow this beautiful bull at 4 yards. He says it was the time of his life and he was happy to share the experience with his father and nephew. Matt it sounds like you had a blast! Here's something to help you cook up a few steaks off that bull, our big prize for having just won our snapshot of the week.
Remember submit your pictures and a brief explanation of your latest outdoor adventures online at KSLTV.com. The winner each week wins a Camp Chef Sherpa Camp Table and Organizer or the 34 hundred BTU Ranger Stove. Portability and Power from our friends at Camp Chef.