Hartland Empmorium – Huge Selection of First Aid Kits

Hartland Emporium has a great selection of First Aid Kits. We have kits for hunting, fishing, hiking, backpacking and marine. These kits are also great to have around in the event of Hurricanes, Floods, Earthquakes or other Severe Weather.

We also have first aid kits for Working Dogs and Pet Dogs.

Hartland Emporium Magma Sierra 9″ x 18″ Camping RV Gas Grill Mother’s Day Sale

Sierra™ 9″ x 18″ Camping RV Gas Grill

The “Sierra” Adventurer Series gas grill by Magma is perfect for larger groups or families and has been designed for today’s grilling enthusiast who doesn’t want to substitute quality for cost.

Made entirely of 100% mirror polished Stainless Steel and manufactured with the same quality you’ve come to expect from all Magma products. Always ready for action, this grill features a 9×18 in. (22.9×45.7 cm) 162 in² (1045 cm²) grilling surface, balanced lockable lid with draw tight latch, durable heat resistant all weather handle with air cooled supports, fold-away table top legs for “go-anywhere-” use, locking grease tray with access from either side of the grill, and a convenient snap-out radiant plate assembly for even heat distribution. 

Features:

  • Lockable Balanced Lid – Lockable, balanced lid, will not slam shut and secures all inner components for transport.
  • Stay Cool Handle – Durable heat resistant all weather plastic handle with air cooled supports will hold up in the harshest environments.
  • Sectional Grill Grates – Durable stainless steel grates are easy to clean as they fit nicely in sinks or dishwashers.
  • Locking Side Grease Tray – Accessible From Either Side
  • Quick-Release Radiant Plate – Our stainless steel radiant plate provides perfect heat distribution, is easy to remove and clean up.
  • Turbo Burner Design – Premixes air and fuel for a consistently hot blue flame.
  • For use with standard 1-lb. disposable propane canisters

Hartland Emporium – Huge Mother’s Day Sale on all Camping Equipment & Gear

Hartland Emporium – Huge Mother’s Day Sale on all Camping Equipment & Gear.

Save on tents, sleeping bags, lanterns, flashlights, grills, cooking utensils, chairs, air mattresses and much more. Remember free shipping on all overs of $100 or more.

Hartland Emporium – Great Selection of Icom UHF/VHF Radios and accessories

Hartland Emporium has a great selection of Icom UHF/VFH Marie Hand Held and Fix Mounted Radios and accessories.

A hallmark of Icom radios is their durable construction. … Its aluminum construction not only improves the radio’s ground-plane performance for improved signal coverage, but also makes the radio both light and rugged. Don’t forget free shipping on all orders of $100 or more.

Hartland Emporium has a Excellent Selection of Princeton Dive Flashlights and more

Hartland Emporium has a excellent selection of Princeton Dive Flashlights and more. Huge sale going on. Remember free shipping on all orders of $100 or more.

Water-compatible lights for diving, fishing, paddling, camping and underwater adventure. Princeton handhelds, headlamps and light packs are all made in the USA.

Hartland Emporium – Great Selectin of Marine Radios both Hand Held and Fix Mount

Hartland Emporium has a great selection of both hand held and fix mounted marine radios. We also carry accessories, mounting brackets, antennas, cable and more. Name brands include Garmin, Uniden, Icom and others. If you need a marine radio Hartland Emporium has one for you. From small boats to yachts and larger.

Hartland Emporium – GPS for Truckers, RV’ers & Cars

Hartland Emporium has a great selection of both Garmin and Rand McNally GPS Navigation. Ranging from 5″ to 8″ screen size. Lifetime map updates are included with all navigation systems. Cases, mounting brackets and other accessories are also available. We have systems for professional truck drives, RV’ers and Cars.

Hartland Emporium – Best time to go fishing

Best Time to go Fishing: How to Get it Right! Updated on Mar 12, 2021 | 6 minute read | article courtesy of fishingbooker.com Written by Sean Comment s2

The age-old question of “When’s the best time to fish?” is one that every angler has had to ask. While we all know that fish are influenced by the weather, everyone who’s dropped a line more than once in their life knows that there’s a lot more to it than that. So, how do you know when to go fishing? Read on and find out!

an angler fishing from a small wooden platform at dawn

If you’re looking to time your outing like a pro, there are two things you need to make sure of. One, the fish need to be there – a shocker, we know! And two, they need to be in a bitting mood. As you can imagine, a number of factors come into play here.

Some, like the tides for example, affect fish on a daily basis. Others happen every once in a while. The important thing is that most of these influences repeat periodically, and that makes an angler’s life a lot easier. Let’s take a look at these factors in more detail.

What time of day is best for fishing?

Fish are cold-blooded, which makes them very sensitive to temperature changes. To understand what time of day is best for fishing, we need to look at how water temperatures change from season to season, and from dawn to dusk.

Winter

angler fishing in the river between snowy riverbanks

In wintertime, cold temperatures and a general lack of food typically cause fish to slow down. Freshwater fish cut their activity so dramatically that even their metabolisms take a hit. Catching fish in the winter is far from impossible, but you need to nail your timing to get a fish to strike.

Mornings are usually a no-go in winter. The waters are still cold from the long nights, and the sun hasn’t been up for long enough. As midday and early afternoon start to roll on, the waters start to heat up and the fish are ready to bite.

Spring

an angler casting on a river surrounded by lush greenery

Just like bears after their hibernation, fish come out of winter eager for a feast. On top of that, many species are preparing to spawn, so you can look forward to a lot of activity. You still have to time your outing right, though – fishing during the spring can be hit and miss!

The mornings are still pretty cold, so you’d better wait until later in the day to make your cast. Late afternoon to dusk is typically the best time to fish in the spring. There are plenty of insects around, especially later in the season, and that’s something no fish can ignore.

Summer

an angler on a fishing boat at dawn, one of the best times to go fishing, especially in the summer

Fish are more active when it’s warm, but that doesn’t mean that they’ll be jumping at you when it’s 100-plus degrees. Heck, they don’t like the heat any more than we do. That being said, there are times when fish will be lining up like you’re giving out free lemonade on Memorial Day.

Summer mornings are an excellent time to wet the line. Be sure to get an early start, because the waters can heat up quickly. Around midday, when the sun is at its highest, fish retreat to deeper waters to cool down. However, as dusk approaches, you’ll be able to have another go at them. 

The “dawn vs. dusk” debate is one of those things anglers never seem to agree on. On most days, fishing can be equally as productive both times of the day. It’s always good to aim your outing around the species you’re after. Species like Flounder or Sharks are particularly active towards the evening.

Fall

an angler casting his fly rod on a river in the fall

While most fishers choose to wet their line in the summer, there’s a whole army of anglers who’d argue that fishing is actually better during the fall. While it certainly isn’t as forgiving as summer, fishing when the leaves are falling can be pretty darn spectacular. If you get your timing right, that is.

Early fall brings about a lot of changes. Fish aren’t as active at dawn anymore, but they’re still feeding as much as they can in order to survive the upcoming winter. And you? You can stay in bed and prepare for a late morning fishing trip. The top of the water column will have had time to warm up, and the fish will surely come knocking.

As the days start to shorten, fish start to “call it a day” sooner and sooner. If you’re fishing in late fall, aim your outing for early afternoon, and you’ll still get a good number of hookups.

In most places, fall equals rain. And while most people frown at the thought of winds and grey skies, anglers have buckets full of fish to look forward to. Check out our complete guide on how weather affects fishing if you want to learn more.

What days are best for fishing?

We know how temperatures affect fish, so why doesn’t every summer morning trip end with a full bucket? That’s because some days are just better for fishing than others. Let’s take a look at why this is.

Moving with the Tides

a beach during low tide with the sun setting in the background

As we mentioned, tides are one of the biggest things you need to watch when timing a fishing trip. That’s because moving water tends to stir up a lot of nutrients which, in turn, gets bait fish going in a big way. If you’re a fish, this spells feasting time. 

Now, contrary to popular belief, fish aren’t at their most active when the tides are at their highest or lowest point, but rather when the tides are changing. This is where learning how to read a tide chart will come in handy. As a rule of thumb, the bigger the tidal change, the more active the fish. 

The question is, how do you know when this is going to happen? We’ll give you a hint: it has to do with that pumpkin in the sky.

Tides are mostly caused by the gravitational pull of the moon and the sun, but it is the moon that does most of the leg work. That’s why the biggest tidal changes coincide with a full moon and a new moon. So, to answer the question, to know when to expect the biggest tides, look no further than the moon phase calendar. 

a yearly calendar of moon phases for 2021

If you’re interested in learning more about angling by moon phases, check out our article on solunar fishing.

What about freshwater?

The moon doesn’t just affect saltwater fish, mind you. Spawning fish, like King Salmon, specifically wait for the biggest tidal surge when making their way to their spawning grounds. But don’t think that moon calendars are the be-all-and-end-all of planning a fishing trip.

The moon might as well be a rock as far as lake fish are concerned. Apart from the occasional well-lit night, the moon doesn’t do a lot for lake fishing. Armies of moon-worshiping Bass anglers notwithstanding, tidal movements just aren’t as important for lake fishing.

So when should you go?

an angler fishing from a boat with the sun rising in the background

Knowing everything we just mentioned, you’d think that picking the best time to fish would be as simple as circling a date. But what about the weather? What about traffic? What about your mom’s doctor’s appointment? Let’s face it, we all live busy lives, and things can always get in the way.

So to answer the question – the best time to go fishing is when you can. More often than not, this will be all you need.

And now, let’s hear from you. What’s your favorite time to go fishing? When have you had the most success? Share your experience in the comments, we always like hearing from you!

Hartland Emporium – sign up for our Newsletter and get a coupon code for 10% off

Sign up for our Newsletter 

Sign up for Hartland Emporiums Newsletter and we will email you a coupon code for 10% off your next purchase from us. You can save an extra 10% off our everyday low prices. 

Click here to join our email Newsletter list and get a coupon code for 10% off your next purchase with us. The coupon code is emailed to you right away.

About Us

Hartland Emporium is located in Hartland, Wisconsin. We offer a huge selection of consumer and household goods. If you need it Hartland Emporium has it. We have been selling on the internet since October 2001.

Everything we sell is shipped from the USA. 

Everything we sell is brand new and comes with any manufactures warranties. 

Remember to sign up for our newsletter and we will email you a coupon code (right away) for 10% off your next purchase from us. 

Items are updated several times a week so we always have the newest and latest inventory listed on our site. 

Our aim is to have a happy and satisfied customer. If you have any questions, comments or concerns please click here to email us or you can call us at 262-804-1144. We are not happy until you are happy

The Maxell Jelleez True Wireless Earbuds in White feature Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity and built-in microphone for handsfree calling! Listen to your music or take calls with the paired, 2 hours of continuous playback and 6 hour battery life in charging case. These earbuds come with a 10 mm driver for playback. Save 10% now. 

Dog Series – Trail Dog First Aid Kit

This dog-specific kit gives you comprehensive medical solutions for your trail buddy. It is catered to the types of injuries dogs encounter most on the trail – primarily to their paws, with an assortment of dressings, bandages, and tools like the splinter picker/tick removers to remove ticks, thorns, or those pesky fox tails. Click here for more details. 

Follow Hartland Emporium on Facebook
Follow Hartland Emporium on Twitter
Follow Hartland Emporium on Pinterest

Hartland Emporium – Carries a huge line of Mustang Life Vests, PFD’s and more

Hartland Emporium carries a large line of Mustang PFD’s, Inflatable PFD’s and Life Vests. Sizes include: Infant, Child, Teen and Adult. We also have Mustang Classic Bomber Jackets. Flotation Pants, Anti-Exposure Coveralls & Worksuits, Ice Commander Rescue Suits and More. Mustang  specializes  in USCG TYPE I to V PFDs, Inflatable and Manual PFDs. Life VestsLife Jackets, water rescue equipment, accessories and …more