White-tailed bucks are on the move as the rut approaches.
Michigan – Bill Parker
Details can make a difference when ice fishing for walleyes.
Hunters reported few sightings and some endured frightening experiences.
White-tailed bucks are antsy these days, rubbing, scraping and chasing does.
Zach Burnette, of Cass City, admires the rooster he shot on Michigan’s pheasant opener, two days shy of his 14th birthday. (Photo by Bill Parker)Don’t blame Zach Burnette for celebrating a little bit, a couple days shy of his 14th birthday. The 13-year-old Cass City resident was all smiles when I caught up with him at lunch on opening day…
Auburn Hills, Mich.-based Mahindra Automotive North America has released it’s Roxor A/T for both work and play, on the farm and afield.
A group of childhood friends in Lake Orion gathers each year for a fun-filled day of fishing, food and friendship.
Even on a relatively average day on Lake St. Clair, the smallmouth bass fishing can be very good.
The significance of their hatch is the sheer numbers of insects hatching at the same time. The mayfly hatch usually occurs at night, and when it does, it triggers fish, especially trout, into a feeding frenzy.
It can have a positive impact on your ice fishing outing, and sometimes it has nothing to do with catching fish.
Patience and persistence paid off during Michigan’s late antlerless deer season.
Now is best the time for bowhunters to get into the woods and have a close encounter with the buck of their dreams.
The rash from poison ivy usually appears within 24 to 72 hours of exposure.Seated in the waiting room at the local urgent care center isn’t where I’d planned to be, yet there I was, waiting patiently and scratching wildly at my throat, upper chest, and a couple spots on my arm. I’m part of the 85 percent of Americans who…
A recent charter fishing trip on Lake Michigan starts with a bang and ends with tasty coho, chinook salmon, lake trout and steelhead.
The walleye bite has been very good this year in the St. Clair River.
Thanks to some adaptive calling, Michigan’s turkey hunting season off to a good start.
One of the highlights of deer hunting is sharing bounty with family and friends.
Wind and rain put a damper on opener.
Bowhunters in Michigan are finding more and more rubs and scrapes, indicating that white-tailed bucks are on the move and the pre-rut activity surge has begun.
The 90,000-square-foot store is Cabela’s fourth in Michigan – joining the Dundee, Grandville and Saginaw locations – and the 87th in North America.
A nice catch of steelhead, chinook salmon and lake trout made for a great day of charter fishing on Lake Michigan.
Just because you don’t catch the fish species you’re targeting doesn’t mean your fishing trip has failed.
With more than 200,000 wild turkeys and an annual harvest of 30,000 birds, Michigan is one of the top states in the country for spring turkey hunting.
From shooting clays or hunting for sheds to open-water fishing there are still a lot of outdoor activities despite Michigan’s unusual winter.
The recent warm-up provides a great chance to remove your treestands and give them a safety check before next deer-hunting season.
Michigan hunters combined to shoot an estimated 334,612 white-tailed deer in Michigan last year.