Has been a while since my last blog post, but here we go. After having an unseasonbly warm winter this year (15-25 dgrees above average), it looks like through the rest of this week we will be looking at more average weather for this time of year. Mild to even below average temps will affect the area for the rest of the week. The precipitation forecast is finally letting up too, allowing us some time to dry out before the next rain maker will arrive the middle of next week.
Current garden forecast:
Now is the time to start planting those cool weather veggies. Lettuce, Carrots, Turnips, and radishes are all perfect! And, with the handful of frosts in the forecast, flavors of those will be greatly enhanced!
It is also time to start your seeds for your summer crops indoors in preparation for warmer weather! Get a start on your tomatoes and peppers
Decent catches of Bass and Crappie are coming in off of the area lakes. Looking for the clearer water in the bays, and try to find the schools of Shad with sonar are your best bets. With all of the recent rains the rivers are all running high and muddy right now, they have also lowered the water temps a few degrees. Finish cleaning up those boats, and get your gear ready, cause March is just around the corner, and the Crappie bite will be on the upswing!
I will try and keep this updated more often.
Thank You for reading!
Updated: 07:14 PM GMT del 07 Febbraio 2012
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