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Game & Fish East

Game & Fish East September 2019

Every month in Game & Fish, you'll discover the best hotspots throughout your region for hunting and fishing. We'll also bring you your state's latest outdoor news, plus plenty of how-to tactics and special strategies designed to make you a more successful hunter and angler.

United States
KSE Sportsman Media, Inc.
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12 Números


2 min.
the new game & fish

Welcome to the new Game & Fish . We are excited to announce an improved magazine with more regional pages focused on the type of where-to and how-to content you trust us to deliver. The changes are the culmination of many hours of work from our content and design team. We will concentrate on four key regions throughout the country—East, South, Midwest and West—in order to best serve readers where they hunt, fish and shoot. You will find new concepts for columns, new writers, new page designs and more. Game & Fish has been serving readers for 43 years. As we renew and strengthen our commitment to you, we return to our roots and reflect on the foundational elements that launched this magazine. In the words of David Morris, our founding…

1 min.

PUBLISHER Michael F. X. Cassidy EDITORIAL EDITORIAL DIRECTOR Adam Heggenstaller | Adam.Heggenstaller@outdoorsg.com EDITOR Laura Kovarik | Laura.Kovarik@outdoorsg.com REGIONAL EDITORS Dr. Todd A. Kuhn, Drew Warden, Josh Ward INTERIM REGIONAL EDITOR David F. Johnson MANAGING EDITOR Joanne Blair ONLINE CONTENT EDITOR Scott Bernarde SENIOR DESIGN MANAGER Terry Jacobs GRAPHIC DESIGNERS Justin Davie, Jennifer Kiefaber PRODUCTION PRODUCTION MANAGER Jody Howard ADVERTISING NATIONAL ENDEMIC AD SALES Jim McConville | (440) 791-7017 | James.McConville@outdoorsg.com WESTERN REGION Hutch Looney | Hutch@HLooney.com MARINE/FISHING ADVERTISING Tim Carini | (678) 589-2027 | Tim.Carini@outdoorsg.com MIDWESTERN REGION Mark Thiffault | (720) 630-9863 | Mark.Thiffaulti@outdoorsg.com NATIONAL AD SALES ACCOUNT DIRECTOR – DETROIT OFFICE Kevin Donley | (248) 798-4458 | Kevin.Donley@outdoorsg.com NATIONAL ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE – CHICAGO OFFICE DIRECT RESPONSE AD/NON-ENDEMIC Anthony Smyth | (914) 693-8700 | Anthony@smythmedia.com PRESIDENT & CEO Jim Liberatore CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER, PUBLISHING & BRANDED MEDIA Mike Carney EVP, GROUP PUBLISHER & OPERATIONS Derek Sevcik VP, CONSUMER MARKETING Peter Watt VP, MANUFACTURING Deb…

3 min.
dialing for success

THIRTY YEARS ago, most of the hunters I knew used the holdover method to hit targets at moderate to long ranges. The holdover method consists of knowing the drop of your bullet in inches at certain ranges, and holding the crosshairs high enough to compensate for the bullet’s drop on game. A 180-grain .30-06 bullet, for example, will strike about 25 inches low at 400 yards when sighted in roughly 2 inches high at 100 yards. “Roughly” and “about” are not terms that lend themselves to pinpoint accuracy. The holdover method is fine for shots at moderate distances, but the method doesn’t offer enough precision to reliably hit game at longer ranges. Optics have improved, and now more scopes come with exposed elevation dials that allow you to quickly adjust for bullet…

4 min.
it’s not easy

THE AIR draped over me like a warm, wet bed sheet as I inched my way into the darkness above. Halfway up the loblolly pine I paused, laboring to catch my next breath. The heady funk of bug spray filled my lungs and stung my eyes, challenging my resolve to continue my ascent aboard my climber. Determined, I flicked the trickle of perspiration from the tip of my nose and pushed myself higher. I still vividly recall the excitement of that morning many decades ago. For months, I’d spent every spare minute in the backyard lobbing arrows into a makeshift Styrofoam target from my new Fred Bear Whitetail II compound. It was on this day, my first in an elevated treestand, that I was confident I would harvest my first archery…

3 min.
outfit your truck for hunting season

WHETHER you’re prepping for deer season or about to head west on a once-in-a-lifetime elk adventure, having your truck ready is critical to the success of your hunt. Here are seven ways to equip your rig for whatever nature throws at it. FUNCTION TEST First, make sure everything works. Fill washer fluid and test wipers, check the oil, and make sure the air filter is clean. Ensure that both headlights function and that the four-wheel-drive engages solidly. Check tire pressure, and make sure the lug wrench and tire jack are present and functional. If you’ll be pulling a trailer, verify that trailer brake and running light function is proper. Lastly, swing by an auto-parts store and have a technician test your vehicle’s battery. If your battery isn’t strong, replace it. That way…

3 min.
invasive species: stealing your access

IT’S LIKE a scene from an action movie: The silent invaders slip in undetected, leaving a wake of destruction. But this isn’t Hollywood, and invasive species are a threat that’s all too real. Have non-native species invaded your favorite fishing or hunting spot? Chances are you’re impacted by them whether you’re aware of them or not. They’ve invaded public waters, wilderness areas, national parks, forests, refuges and backyards. Invasive plants, animals and pathogens are changing the landscape. And, they cost us billions of dollars to treat and repair the damages they cause. For hunters and anglers, invasive species have huge impacts. Displaced game species often can’t compete, are driven into marginal habitats and suffer. Some invasive species are even pushing native plants and animals to extinction. INVASIVE IMPACT Zebra and quagga mussels foul boats,…