Whether it's a heatwave during a family camping trip, planting for wildlife in August, deep sea fishing with the sun is bearing down or those hot September dove hunts, sometimes you just have to face the heat.
It may be hunting’s off season, but enjoying nature doesn’t have to stop when hunting season does. The summer hunting lull opens up many great opportunities to try other outdoor activities. Take this time to try out some new activities you don’t usually have time to partake in.
Fish want to beat the summer heat just like we do. If the fish aren’t biting the next time you go out, that’s a sign it’s time to switch from your spring tactics and get in the summer mindset. Check out these tips for fishing in the summer heat.
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