View From The Blind by Tom Pink

Eat more (red swamp) crayfish?

Perhaps the best tactic for defeating an invasive species is to market them as edible and encourage people to catch and eat as many as possible.

Winner, winner, but no walleye dinner

Although no keeper walleyes were caught on a recent fishing excursion, the author and his buddy had an good day enjoying Michigan’s abundant natural resources.

Duck hunting becomes bird-watching with guns

More than a few years ago, a friend noted that our duck hunts might best be described as “bird-watching with guns” since we often observed many species of birds, including ducks, but didn’t shoot many of them.

Have spear, will ice hunt

A buddy and I were able to get out recently for what was probably our final ice fishing excursion, although it ended up as more of an “ice-hunting” trip than an ice-fishing trip.

About This Blog

Pink

Tom Pink is a native of Michigan who has been hunting and fishing in the state for most of his life. He has been a freelance outdoor writer for 25 years and has been a columnist for Michigan Outdoor News since 2008.

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