Weekly Round Up
Hey there Harvesters! We are now in the second week of December and with colder weather quickly approaching, you may often wonder if there is anything to hunt or catch this time of year. Smaller game is popular for hunters in the cold months. Seasons for rabbit, coyote, wild hog, and squirrel are open in many states through January and February. According to Black Fin Boats, there are several fish biting this time of year as well. Northern Pike, Perch, Crappie, Trout, and Walleye are just a few species waiting on you to throw out your line. Use this link to check out an article all about winter fishing.
Other fun outdoor activities for this time of year is hiking. Though there is an increase in safety threats during the winter months, taking the proper precautions will allow you to still have a great experience. Protective clothing and footwear for colder temperatures will be a necessity. Also, remembering to let someone know when and where you are hiking is essential to ensure your safety in case something goes wrong. Know the signs of hypothermia if you are participating in any outdoor activity, and be aware of when it is the right time to head back inside.
We hope you enjoyed your 2022 deer season so far and had your chance to get that trophy kill you’ve been looking forward to all year long. If not, there are still opportunities in many areas to tag one. With a few weeks left of 2022 to accomplish your outdoor sporting goals, just remember the hunting and fishing seasons do not end here. January and February still offer plenty of opportunities to get outside and enjoy nature’s wonders. We can’t wait to see all of your upcoming ventures!