Don’t give up quite yet on outdoor summer activities
By Phillip Gentry – If you think about it, August is like February in reverse for outdoors fans. All summer long, you’ve bee there and done that, and now it’s getting to the point that it’s just too dang hot to do more. Don’t fret, because a lot of people suffer from the summer doldrums while waiting for cooler weather and the outdoor action to heat back up.
Get Your Bow to the Shop
August is borderline on waiting untol the last minute if there’s something that needs to be done to your archery tackle before the opening day of bow season, which roll around on Oct. 1 in Game Zone 1 (primitive weapons) and Sept. 15 in Game Zone 2 (archery only).
Scout Some Geese
More and more hunters are embracing the fun of early season resident Canada goose hunting. The early season provides a liberal segment of 30 days and an even more liberal gag limit of 15 geese per hunter per day. Some hunters find success during late summer hunting geese around water, but most of these big fowl can be found eating in fresh cut grass, hay or grain fields, particularly during the off days on dove fields. ..Dont-give-up-quite-yet-on-outdoor-summer-activities