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January 2, 2024

Retired professional bass angler, Kevin VanDam, headlines list of seminar speakers at Ultimate Fishing Show — Detroit

Kevin VanDam may have retired from competitive bass fishing, but that doesn’t mean the best bass angler in the world has retired from helping others hone their bass fishing skills and techniques.

VanDam headlines a star-studded lineup of seminar speakers when the largest freshwater fishing show in the country, the Ultimate Fishing Show–Detroit, drops anchor January 11-14, 2024 at Suburban Collection Showplace, 46100 Grand River Avenue in Novi.

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Dan Robinson named Shikar-Safari’s Michigan Wildlife Officer of the Year

Michigan DNR Conservation Officer Dan Robinson was recognized as the 2022 Shikar Safari Michigan Wildlife Officer of the Year.
The award, the highest state honor for conservation officers, is given annually.
“Dan Robinson is a dedicated, hardworking role model to others within the DNR and his community,” said Chief Jason Haines, DNR Law Enforcement Division.

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Delta Waterfowl kicks off Habitat Enhancement Now Act in U.S. Congress

A bill to authorize $3 million annually to enhance duck production in the prairie pothole region through the installation and maintenance of hen houses and to develop nesting and brood habitat in California was introduced in Congress.

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Michigan Mixed Bag: Recreation Passport fees increase slightly for 2024

Michigan residents and nonresidents are paying $1 more for the Recreation Passport effective Jan. 1, 2024.
The Recreation Passport provides year-round vehicle access to 103 Michigan state parks and recreation areas, 1,300-plus state-managed boating access sites, 140 state forest campgrounds, and parking at thousands of miles of trails and other outdoor spaces, while helping protect the state’s natural resources.

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Outdoor Observations: Michigan at tip of the iceberg with deer management dilemma

A lot of discussion and passing of ideas has taken place regarding the state of the deer herd in Michigan, particularly antlerless deer.

Michigan certainly has a growing deer population, especially in the southern third of the state, which is comprised mostly of private land.

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