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September 2022 Game & Fish Magazine

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September 2022 Game & Fish Magazine East and South editions.

Roosevelt Elk, Northern Ducks, Public-Land Bowhunting

The September 2022 issue includes the following features and articles in all editions:

DUCK DREAMS: For waterfowl hunting that seems too good to be true, head north. By Drew Warden

THE TOUGHEST ELK: Big Roosevelt elk bulls aren't impossible to find, but it seems so. By Scott Haugen

BUYER'S GUIDE: The featured handguns provide peace of mind in the backcountry. By Game & Fish Staff

BOW:Public land is more popular than ever. Change your game plan to deal with added hunting pressure. By Tony Hansen

August 2022
September 2022 Game & Fish Magazine West and Midwest editions.

Early Season Bucks, Dove Tips, Cranks for Bass

Here's a look at some of the regional articles in the September 2022 issue of Game & Fish.


BE A SUPER SLEUTH: The best bass anglers are those who turn on-the-water clues into more fish in the boat. By Larry Larsen

BOY BAND: Fill your tag early when bucks are still grouped up and pattern-able. By Bob Robb

ARMY OF ONE: Use these tactics to limit out on doves after your hunting buddies pull the plug on the season. By Keith Sutton

BRAGGIN' ON BIGMOUTHS: Florida's Bienville Outdoors offers visitors some of the best bass fishing in the country. By Ken Duke


BIGGER BITES: Fish lures that imitate insects, reptiles, birds and mammals to tempt hungry fall bass. By Steve Quinn

RANGE ROVING: Increase your hunting opportunities by accessing private land that's open to the public. By Bob Robb

SHOOT THE BULL: Use these 10 tips to seal the deal on an early-season elk. By Scott Haugen

GET YOUR GOAT: Top tactics for tagging a public- land pronghorn. By Gary Lewis


PACK LIGHT: Use these easy-to-set, minimalist decoy spreads to attract resident honkers in September. By Brian Lovett

ALL CRANKED UP: Crack crankbaits on the bottom for ravenous river smallmouths. By Matt Straw

RULE THE SKIES: Make this year your best dove season yet with advice from regional experts. By Scott Bestul

GO GREEN: Green Bay offers phenomenal fall action for muskies, walleyes and smallmouths. By Mike Pehanich


YANKIN' CRANKS Know the right crankbaits to use for a variety of fall bass scenarios. By Glenn Walker

NATURE'S CLASSROOM: Why the squirrel woods are the ideal place to introduce a kid to hunting. By M.D. Johnson

DEKES UP: Get your dove decoys off the ground with two simple DIY roosts. By M.D. Johnson

KEYSTONE HONKERS: For early-season resident geese, it’s hard to beat the fields of southeastern Pennsylvania. By Matt Crawford

More Inside This Issue:


Tagging a roaming bear in the vast Maine wilderness is a waiting game. By John Taranto


Now is the time to hit the water to catch your personal-best redfish. By Frank Sargeant


Data gleaned from observation and harvest logs can help make you a better hunter. By Dustin Prievo

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