Wednesday, March 29th, 2023
Wednesday, March 29th, 2023

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May 6, 2010

Fine fishing expected on Great Lakes

Lansing – Every year, Michigan Outdoor News previews the four Great Lakes that make Michigan the Great Lakes State with an eagle eye on what anglers can expect during the open-water fishing season. Based on personal observations, biological assessments, and conversations with charter captains and bait shop operators, following is a glimpse of what anglers

Rulemaking process helps Erie bag

Columbus – A new rule-making process is largely responsible for maintaining the Lake Erie walleye bag limit. The DNR_Division of Wildlife last year decided it would make bag limits effective on May 1, after it received the Total Allowable Catch data from the Great Lakes Fishery Commission. In years past, the Lake Erie bag limits

Baiting ban controversy continues on

Gaylord, Mich. – State wildlife officials believe a recent Otsego County judge’s ruling on the DNRE baiting and feeding ban changes nothing, and vow to continue enforcement. But those working to repeal the ban say the decision puts a “gold star” on a petition drive expected to culminate in Lansing this fall, when organizers plan

‘E’ federal waterfowl stamp likely to continue

Washington – For the past three years, Minnesota waterfowlers have had the added convenience – albeit, with added cost – of being able to purchase a federal duck stamp (required for duck and goose hunting) electronically, via license vendors or the DNR’s website. The option was made possible because of a U.S. Fish and Wildlife

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