November 24, 2022
Snow Geese in Arkansas, Stay Warm When It's Cold, Rifle Review
The December-January 2023 issue includes the following features and articles in all editions:
SNOW DAYS: Stuttgart, Ark., may be best known for mallards in green timber, but a snow goose hunt proves the action isn’t over when duck season closes. By Alan Clemons
BUYERS GUIDE: Stay on the hunt by staying warm. Here are seven items that will keep you in the woods when the temperature drops.
By Game & Fish Staff
Savage manages to shave weight from its Model 110 without sacrificing accuracy to create the Ultralite version.
By Adam Heggenstaller
Late-Season Deer, Slow Bass, High Tech on Ice, Avoid Tag Soup
Here's a look at some of the regional articles in the December-January 2023 issues of Game & Fish.
LET'S GET VERTICAL: The ability to locate and catch wintertime bass requires a distinct top-down approach. By Ken Duke
HUNT THE FRONTS: Focus late-season deer strategies on either side of a cold front. By Bob Robb
SOUTHERN CHARMER: Tennessee's Cumberland River offers spectacular fishing and scenery, with a dose of history. By Jen Ripple
LAKE CASCADE PERCH: This Idaho gem produces good numbers of trophy fish flanked in yellow gold. By Scott Mackenthun
WINTER SLOWDOWN: Big bass are still willing to hit lures, but it’s going to take a little finesse. By Gary Lewis
THE OTHER PREDATORS: Coyotes are far from the only species willing to answer the call of the furbearer hunter. By Scott Haugen
OVER THE HUMP: Overcoming the challenges of midwinter walleye fishing typically requires a change of tactics. By Scott Mackenthun
HARD-WATER HIGH-TECH: Use the latest sonar, underwater camera and mapping technology to ice limits of panfish this winter. By Joel Nelson
ARCTIC WARFARE: Bag more geese in the worst weather conditions with these tactics. By Jay Anglin
GROUSE AT THE BUZZER: Where and how to find ruffs in the waning days of the season. By Al Raychard
WINTER WHITETAILS: Still got a deer tag? Fill it by focusing on a whitetail’s favorite natural foods. By Zack Vucurevich
OPEN-WATER OPPS: When targeting freshwater species before ice-up, focus your efforts on woody cover. By Jeff Knapp