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On The Cover December 2019

This Season Has Many Reasons


December 1, 2019 | View PDF

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We all have our own reasons to celebrate. Of course to many of us, it's the "C" in Christmas. We wish you a merry and meaningful one, followed by a Happy New Year.

Beyond the religious focus of December, we celebrate the gifts of outdoors: the season for ducks and quail and crappie for the hunting and fishing folks. We also find joy in time-honored traditions such as Christmas-tree cutting with family and friends, the beautiful lighted-boat parades, visits to our national and state parks during the cool days ahead, and yes, the always-delightful Renaissance Festival coming soon near the Superstition Mountains.

'Tis The Season For - Ducks, Quail, Crappie, And Holiday Cheer

There is so much to celebrate in the months ahead: May you have many opportunities to do so and to enjoy each one thoroughly with your family and friends.

TREE TIME - For many families, cutting their own Christmas tree is a tradition.

HONORING VETS - Kokopelli Trailers gives back to veterans.

ANNUAL AYC EVENT - Arizona Yacht Club readies for their Birthday Regatta & Leukemia Cup.


Downstream - Cruise through some of the upcoming events in The Southwest.

Boating - Christmas boat parades celebrate the holiday season.

Tackle & Target - This month's Arizona angling pro is Daniel Pecotte

LAND CRUISING - Arizona State Parks welcome you.

WESTERN WILDLIFE - The Arizona Game and Fish Department is excited to announce the winners of the 2019 Wildlife photo contest.

Pearl Harbor Day: Dec. 7

Winter: Dec. 21

Christmas: Dec. 25

New Year's Day: Jan. 1, 2020


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