I truly hope that this WSI ENews finds each of you in good health, and hopefully enjoying an upbeat start for 2012. New years' brings a renewed opportunity for enthusiasm and optimism of good things to come.
Here at WSI, we have been busy getting everything put back together for 2012, wrapping up details from last year, while scheduling hunts for this year. January and February are always challenging and time consuming months for me, due to the convoluted nature of this transitioning period, and I'll admit that I always look forward to March, as it seems as though we are at a milestone of the year where I can step back a bit and have a little better clarity in being able to peer down the road in a relaxed disposition.
Many areas of the state have been receiving some welcomed rainfall. Some areas are enjoying the best winter weed crop we have had in some time, and there are still areas that could use a drink. I'm personally more upbeat about our position than I was this time last year, and keeping my fingers crossed that we'll be blessed with an abundance of moisture as we progress into the year.
We are well into the height of scheduling hunts for this year. If you are thinking about booking something with WSI, please contact us sometime soon, as we are already filling up on some hunts. Turkey season is upon us, and we still have a few options to look at, so let us know if you're thinking about scheduling a spring gobbler hunt. With the moisture that we have received in many areas, on top of the bare ground from last year's drought, we have a recipe in many areas for a great wildflower spring, and I must say, I'm looking forward to trading wildfires for wildflowers!
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