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CHAIR BOUND SPORTSMAN GROUP PHEASANT HUNT AT 4-MILE HUNTING CLUB ON SEPTEMBER 27, 2018Chair bound Sportsman Group Pheasant Hunt at 4-Mile Hunting Club on September 27, 2018

Another successful group pheasant hunt for 6 wheelchair bound persons, 1 Veteran and 3 youth. The group was separated into two different fields and volunteer helpers included 6 different dog handlers, 7 four-wheeler drivers and several who partnered with hunters to help with guns and ammunition and bird collections.

One hunter new to the group, Missy, who is 12 years old, and in a wheelchair due to Spina Bifida, was presented by Chair Bound Sportsman with her very own 20 gauge semi-auto shotgun in pink camo with her name engraved on it to the delight of everyone present. It featured a gas relief action so the recoil was greatly reduced. She later proudly said that she shot two pheasants. One of our long-time members, who has been a quad from an accident about 18 years ago, also successfully shot a rooster pheasant.







After lunch more birds were planted and volunteers were given the chance to be the shooters. This was a token “thanks” for all their wonderful support. Special thanks is due to Scott Bateman who arranged for four-wheelers with boat seats securely mounted on the front giving hunters great views of the hunt, dogs working, and vantage to safely shoot at flying birds. This provided mobility during the entire hunt as a volunteer drove them and offered any additional assistance that might be needed.

The 4-Mile Owners, Earl Sorensen and his family, were also great support during the hunt. Our volunteer professional photographer and story writer Ed Helmick deserves honorable mention for his consistent dedicated support.   


2017 Pheasant Hunt with Chairbound Sportsman

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This is one of the greatest privileges Bonneville Asphalt has been a part of.

Chairbound Sportsman is an organization that creates hunting, fishing, and outdoor opportunities for wheelchair bound individuals and Disabled Veterans. They give them the ability to go out and enjoy the great outdoors.



Being an avid sportsman I could not imagine not being able to go out to enjoy the outdoors. Since I’ve been working for Bonneville Asphalt I have had several opportunities to go guide on pheasant hunts for this organization. What a great privilege to see the passion and excitement in these gentlemen and it is such a blessing to be able to go do this.  Here is another fun and great pheasant hunt haul.

~Russell Johns – Assistant General Manager

We are also proud to see the folks from the Chairbound Sportsman Organization in the news. Check them out…


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We again had the pleasure of taking family, friends, employees, customers, and vendors up to Alaska this year. Kodiak Island is known for its beauty and is called the Emerald Island. It’s also known for its big Silver Salmon. They are hard fighting sons of guns and just a hoot to bring them in. The town of Kodiak is a small town on the island. It has about 7,000 people and it reminds me of the 60’s or 70’s. We go for the genuine camaraderie, local cuisine, sightseeing (even bears), and just generally enjoy the fishing experience.  

“SALMON SURPRISE” – Pillar Creek, Kodiak Island.  Photograph by friend/fisherman, Mark Mason

“PEARL SUNRISE” – Trident Basin, Kodiak Island –  Photograph by friend/fisherman David Beck

This was my third time up to Alaska. Every time I think to myself this could not get any better. And I am proven wrong on this trip I had my father accompany me and what a blast. The fishing is incredible from fishing the rivers for silver salmon. To going out in the boat and catching halibut rock fish, King Salmon Gray Codling cod the list goes on. ~anonymous guest

These trips are such a first-class trip without the first class price from the moment I landed to the moment I left I had a great great time. ~Russell Johns

Even though I have guided many trips each year this trip we thoroughly enjoyed the company of approximately 45 folks coming with us to Alaska on our annual yearly trek. It was great getting to see them have a new experience and create fun new memories with family and new friends. Collectively they brought about 3500 lbs of halibut and salmon home. Kodiak Island is a very beautiful place with great people there. We are looking forward to our trip again next year. ~Shaun Heaton

We Love to Hunt

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More hunting pictures. We love to get out in the great outdoors and enjoy time together. We had a great day with the Wounded Warriors and Chair Bound Sportsman 4 Pheasant. Such passion for hunting.


Pleasant Valley Hunting Preserve
Pleasant Valley Hunting Preserve
Pleasant Valley Hunting Preserve
Pleasant Valley Hunting Preserve
Pleasant Valley Hunting Preserve

First Pheasant Hunt

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Shaun Heaton, co-owner of Bonneville Asphalt, is a man with a big heart.  He has teamed up with the division of Natural Resources to help young families enjoy their first pheasant hunt. The Fabert Family sent Shaun this note along with some awesome pics.
“First of all, thank you so much for the bird hunt with my Family.  Braxton and Bailee both told me that was one of the best days of their lives later that night.  Megan also had a great time even if she missed her shots. I appreciate your time and teaching to my family.  Hunting is something that I am so excited to do with my kids and you and your dogs gave them a great experience.
We would love to do another hunt with you soon.  My kids also cant stop talking about how smart and cool Walt and Daisy are.  They want to get a bird dog just like them. Thanks again for everything.
Jason, Megan, Braxton and Bailee Fabert”

Introducing the puppies

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Shaun Heaton (co-owner of Bonneville Asphalt) loves his huntin’ dogs.  So he is delighted to announce that his award winning female, Belle, had 9 puppies on August 30th.  All of the puppies are AKC registered.  Both Belle and her mate, Walt, come from Champion Lines and are amazing on hunts. Belle and Walt both placed in the NSTRA dog hunting trials. Walt is one of the most intense dogs Shaun has ever worked with.  He hunts hard, his points are intense, his backs are solid and he ranges phenomenally well. Belle comes out of the Walnut Hills Kennels in Georgia and is a solid hunting dog in her own right. She has placed in the NSTRA trials in both Utah and Arizona.  Both Walt and Belle have qualified for National hunting trials. If you’re interested in getting one of the dogs from Shaun, call 801-420-0595.

Bit o’ Honey Heaton Style

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Shaun Heaton is a renaissance man. In addition to being one of the owners of Bonneville Asphalt, he is a bird guide, trains bird dogs and is a beekeeper. Thanks to the bees, Shaun and Angie always have a lot of honey (really amazing honey) on hand. Angie has a number of favorite recipes that use honey.  This one, is a family favorite.  


Bit o’ Honey

1 C honey 1 C chunky peanut butter 2 C powdered milk Warm honey and PB in the microwave for 10 seconds and mix well. Add powdered milk and mix until incorporated. Roll out on wax paper and cut to desired size candies.        

Imagine Driving a Newly Restored 1966 Ford Mustang Coup!

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Every ticket purchased to the Boy Scout Gala on Friday, September 20, 2013 at Riverside Country Club will be entered into a door prize drawing for a classic 1966 Ford Mustang Coup.  Proceeds will benefit your local BSA Council, the Utah National Parks Council.

The Utah National Parks Council is the largest BSA Council in the nation serving over 84,000 youth through central and southern Utah. Men who participated in Scouting in their youth have higher levels of education, income, and homeownership, according to research from Baylor University. The 1966 Ford Mustang was the best-selling Mustang of all time. This 8 cylinder car has an automatic transmission, a black interior, a 289 engine, and sounds great! The 1966 Ford Mustang restoration is being donated by the Utah Auto Body Association under the direction of Cary Robarge owner of Robarge Collision. The Utah Auto Body Association is a group of professionals who represent excellence in all aspects collision repair. “The values and life-long lessons taught in Scouting help shape our next generation of leaders,” said Robarge. “I am honored to support Scouting by helping restore this classic car.” Bonneville Asphalt, a Utah County pavement maintenance company, is also a proud sponsor of the BSA Gala and Auction. “Supporting the Boy Scouts of America is vital to the future of our boys,” said Shaun Heaton, Utah National Parks Council Gala Chair and President of Bonneville Asphalt. “America’s youth need the values and ethics training of the Boy Scouts now more than ever. 

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