Clinton Township, Mich. — Not many deer hunters would pass up a shot at a 10-point buck, but that’s exactly what Clinton Township’s Steve Campbell did on Dec. 11. Hunting with a crossbow, Campbell passed on a beautiful 10-point, then moments later shot a 16-point “buck of a lifetime.” “I knew he was following the […]
Two Michigan deer hunters face thousands of dollars in fines and restitution for illegally killing elk during the firearms deer season in Montmorency County.
Lansing — The state Natural Resources Commission approved license quotas and made no regulation changes for the spring turkey season at its November meeting in Lansing. Turkey regulations are set on a three-year cycle and regulations adopted this year will remain in effect through the 2019 season “There will be no major changes and the
Preliminary results point to another good bear hunting season overall, despite mixed results in some areas of the state.
Michigan hunters combined to shoot an estimated 334,612 white-tailed deer in Michigan last year.
Marquette, Mich. — The first half of Michigan’s bear hunting season has produced mixed results. “The first week was really good,” said John Harrison of the Marenisco Mini Mart in Gogebic County, one of several bear registration stations across northern Michigan. “About September 18 the bears started going nocturnal and guys weren’t seeing anything.
While trying out a new baitcasting combo on a local fishing lake, a seasoned angler gets schooled by a young fisherman.