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Sportsmen Since 1967

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Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

August 28, 2008

Northern Lower

Ludington Area Salmon are moving in closer to shore on Lake Michigan, and anglers fishing off the piers and in the harbor report a decent bite. Trollers are having their best success on glow or chrome plugs, while pier anglers report the best action on spoons. Pere Marquette Sport Center, (231) 843-8676. Traverse City Area […]

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Lake Erie Region

Sandusky Bay (Ottawa County) – Anglers are catching channel catfish during the night while still fishing on the bottom using night crawlers and raw shrimp. The best location is the Old Bay Bridge. Western Basin: Walleye fishing remained slow over the past week. The best fishing was around the turnaround buoy of the Toledo shipping

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Waterfowlers get a 60-day duck season

Lansing – As expected, the state Natural Resources Commission at its August meeting voted unanimously to approve a recommendation from DNR waterfowl biologists and the Citizens Waterfowl Advisory Committee for another “liberal” 60-day waterfowl season. “We recognize the importance of maintaining Michigan’s waterfowl heritage,” Barb Avers, DNR waterfowl specialist, told the NRC’s Policy Committee on

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Northern Lower

Ludington Area Salmon are moving in closer to shore on Lake Michigan, and anglers fishing off the piers and in the harbor report a decent bite. Trollers are having their best success on glow or chrome plugs, while pier anglers report the best action on spoons. Pere Marquette Sport Center, (231) 843-8676. Traverse City Area

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