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March 24, 2016

Upper Peninsula Fishing Report – March 25th, 2016

EASTERN UP Pickford Area Perch fishing has been slow on Munuscong Bay. Ice conditions were deteriorating last week, and a few snow machines had gone through the ice. Perch fishing has been slow on Lake Huron at Cedarville and Hessel, too. Wilderness Treasures, (906) 647-4002. Drummond Island Area There was no safe ice around  Drummond

Northern Lower Peninsula Fishing Report – March 25th, 2016

NORTHWESTERN LP Alanson There was still ice on Burt and Crooked lakes last week, but access is difficult as shore ice has deteriorated. One ambitious angler launched his boat in the open water in the channel on Crooked, but didn’t report catching any fish. There was no snow on the ground. Young’s Bait and Party Shop, (231) 548-5286. Traverse City Area

Michigan Cuffs & Collars – March 25th, 2016

DISTRICT 1 CO Brian Lasanen and Sgt. Grant Emery worked a snowmobile patrol in Bruce Crossing. While working a trail crossing where snowmobilers have blown through the stop sign at high rates of speed in the past, both officers observed a snowmobiler disregard the stop sign and continue down the trail. CO Lasanen contacted the

Michigan Calendar of Events – March 25th, 2016

Banquets/Fundraisers March 26: Shiawassee WTU Banquet, 5 p.m., ZCBJ, WFLA Hall, Owosso. For more info call Doug Allie, 989-666-4066. March 31: Mecosta County WTU Banquet, 5:30 p.m., Fraternal Order of Eagles, Big Rapids. For more info call Randy LaPreze, 231-349-1395. April 2: Stockbridge WTU Banquet, 5 p.m., American Legion, Stockbridge. For more info call Jim

How Long Does Home Canned Food Last

Many folks use home canning as a way to preserve not only the harvest from their summer gardens, but also their wild game and fish.  But how long is it actually safe to store this bounty and still eat it?  According to the National Center for Home Preservation…Properly canned food stored in a cool, dry

Statewide Minnesota Fishing Report – March 25th, 2016

  Twin Cities Metro     ALEXANDRIA AREA The ice that remains is floating and limited, and many small lakes are now ice-free. Fishing reports have been limited to a few crappies being caught by anglers fishing from shore in some of the shallow lagoons off main-lake areas. Warmer water will quickly improve the panfish

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