Changing interests on Michigan waterways results in a lean freezer, but lots of fond memories.
Incoming waterfowl during Michigan’s early goose season allows hunters to forget about the heat.It never fails when early goose season rolls around: the weather is too hot to consider hunting and I really have to talk myself into going out.
A study at the University of Minnesota St. Paul found that bear heart rates increased when drones were flying nearby.
Urban and rural residents must remember to keep wild animals wild by leaving them alone when encountered.
Drifting with a chunk of nightcrawler on your hook is still a good technique to use to put walleye in your boat.
Spring clean-up along shore yields lots of trash including much left behind by careless anglers.
It’s that time of year when sportsmen and sportswomen have to make a decision on whether to be practical and do spring chores, or to throw caution to the wind and go hunting or fishing.
While some folks head south for spring break, many Michiganders stay home for a last shot at fishing, hunting or trapping.
Ice fishing contest in northern Michigan keeps the fun in fishing and raises funds for a good cause.
The ice fishing season of 2015 finally gets started for the author after a two-month absence from the water.
Research shows that changes in forest management techniques in Michigan forests could help improve the number of snowshoe hare in the state.
DNR officials are seeking public comments as it works to update the Michigan Wolf Plan.
Last winter may have hurt Michigan’s deer population, but it helped other game and fish
Duck numbers have increased from last year and the fall waterfowl hunting season should be a good one.
Legislation would allow bear hunters to help beekeepers save their hives
Waterfowl die every winter and this year is no different, but reports of dire situations for ducks and geese have been exaggerated.
Well-known writer Richard P. Smith has started a petition drive to change buck-hunting rules in the Upper Peninsula.
Conservation group is gathering signatures to preserve scientific game management in Michigan.
APR proposals for white-tailed deer hunting in Michigan’s Lower Peninsula have fired up a debate on the merits of such a regulation.