What's Inside - December 2020
Game & Fish Staff - November 30, 2020
Region-by-Region: Great Stories Close to Home
December-January 2020-21 covers of Game & Fish Magazine
Here’s a look at regional articles in the December-January issue of Game & Fish:
Midwest: Plan for Pike — Up your game to take on trophy northerns through the ice (by Dr. Jason Halfen). Waterfowl After Freeze-Up — Late season brings ice to many areas, but that doesn’t mean an end to duck hunting (by Brian Lovett). Stationary Vs. Mobile Ice Strategies — Should you stay or move for more hardwater bites? Or both? (by Joel Nelson)
South: Hail Mary — Late-season ducks have seen and heard it all. You’ve got to radically change your thinking to outsmart them (by John N. Felsher). Bucks at the Buzzer — The rut has faded into your rearview, and you’re still clutching that buck tag. Don’t call it quits just yet—there’s still hope (by Doug Howlett). Structured Plan — Bridges are year-round bass magnets, and you should know how to best fish them (by Ken Duke).
West: Crows, Coyotes and You — Want to kill more predators this winter? Take a cue from scavenging birds (by Gary Lewis). Late-Season Waterfowl Strategies — Scout grain fields, small ponds and creeks for some of the most reliable waterfowl hunting in the West (by Scott Haugen). Behemoth Bass — The next world-record spotted bass is out there. Here’s how to get in on the action (by Ken Duke)
East: Big-Water Birds — Here’s how to fill late-season duck limits when marshes and ponds ice up (by Joseph Albanese). Hot Spots for Icy Trout — Hit the region’s top lakes for hardwater fish (by Matt Crawford). Surefire Winter Predator Tactics — Put up more fur as the weather turns cold with these six expert tips (by Josh Boyd).
More Inside This Issue:
DEER, DUCKS, ROD-BUILDING TOO
The December-January issue of Game & Fish is chock full of great info on late-fall and winter hunting and fishing, from waterfowl and deer hunting to ice fishing.
BUCKET LIST: COUNTING COUES & TIGERFISH TERROR
Correspondents Josh Dahlke and Larry Larsen share their experiences hunting and fishing in exotic locales. Dahlke contends that long after the whitetail rut is over in most states, the action is hottest for Coues deer in Sonora, Mexico.