Seasons of the Southeast: Fall is in the Air

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AUTHOR: CLAYTON C. JEFFORDS, BROKER | LICENSED IN TN, SC, GA

 

The signs are here, and the mornings and evenings start to carry a cooler breeze. The dove fields cool down both in temperature and action. The days are still warm, but the cycle of Autumn is upon us. Soon, there will be a changing of the leaves along the plateaus and mountains and a cooling of the south. The waters around us are cooling, stirring some of us to chase fish that are now places they were not before and without the heat of summer. The hues from the leaves burst from green into a sea of yellows, reds, and oranges, reminding us time is marching on in its beautiful symphony. As we transition from summer, many look to the woods, the fields, and the bottomlands that hold the Southeastern Whitetail Deer. The first opportunity to hunt the most traditional large game in the south starts with bow season and primitive weapons such as muzzleloader. The bow-hunting traditionalist can be almost fanatical this time of year; the leaves are still green, and they have prepped for an opportunity to hit their precise planning for an up close and personal experience.

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