Outdoors Angle: Weather Change Is Good!

Steve Carney Outdoors
Steve Carney Outdoors

The Flag Outdoors Expert Steve Carney has your weekly Outdoors Angle right here!

     Finally, some cold weather has appeared! This is a good thing. A cold snap will no doubt get the deer moving in the woods, send some ducks south and the walleyes on the feed. Hopefully this past cold stretch will make the water temperatures plummet which is what gets the fish going. We have been plagued with warmer than usual temperatures which has made just about any pursuit in the outdoors lately a tough gig. Fish and game react  to weather changes and often change their patterns in response. A cold snap just like we just received can change things almost overnight.

     The local ducks are gone, the deer aren't moving much and the fishing is just getting started. I personally love the colder temperatures but many of my cronies tend to abhor the cold. Bring it on! Mother Nature has a way of sending us just the weather we need to be successful in the outdoors. You just have to adapt and improvise as these weather changes happen.

     We are now heading into the most exciting time of Fall which is the month of October. This is when the duck hunting, bow hunting and fishing peaks and just gets better and better into November. Get ready, things are about to happen in a big way!

Steve Carney is The Flag WZFG Outdoors expert. He can be heard every Thursday morning at 8:05 on AM 1100 and 92.3 FM WZFG. Check out his weekly podcast on am1100theflag.com and hear his Outdoors Angle reports every Friday on AM 1100 and 92.3 FM WZFG. You can also visit stevecarneyoutdoors.com for more information.


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