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Sunday, December 10th, 2023

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Sportsmen Since 1967

Sunday, December 10th, 2023

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

September 12, 2023

Full-sized vehicles prohibited from Keweenaw County, Mich., access road

The Nature Conservancy has closed to full-sized vehicles a popular access road in Keewenaw County, Mich.
TNC locked the existing gates on the Clark Mine Road, which is a major logging road built and maintained by logging companies. It had been open to all vehicles through 2022.
Full-sized vehicles are now prohibited from using the road, which goes approximately five miles from Copper Harbor to the Mandan Loop, another major logging road that currently remains open to all vehicles. The Clark Mine Road remains open to ATVs and UTVs.

Abundant bass, stocked walleyes make Michigan’s Lake Orion worth a look in Oakland County

When you make a list of the game fish available in Oakland County’s Lake Orion, all of the above make the grade. And thanks to a long-time stocking program by the Michigan DNR, you can include walleyes on the list.
The state has been stocking walleyes in the 470-acre lake since the late 1990s, and that effort has produced a decent fishery. You probably won’t limit out, but you just might catch enough ’eyes for a decent meal.

Public again will help stock sturgeon into Ohio’s Maumee River during ‘Sturgeon Fest’ on Oct. 7

For a chance to hold a fish that has existed, according to the fossil record, virtually unchanged for approximately 200 million years, the Toledo Zoo is inviting the public to attend the fifth showing of “Sturgeon Fest.”
It has been scheduled for Oct. 7, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the city of Toledo, Ohio, boat launch along the banks of the Maumee River, at 2700 Broadway Street.

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