Fish and wildlife will be the beneficiaries of the hunting, trapping and fishing license fee increases.
Rising Great Lakes water levels are good news for fish and wildlife
There are several options anglers and boaters can take to protect their boats during the off season.
As Michigan’s salmon fishing season winds down on the Great Lakes the best action will come to anglers fishing during low-light periods.
The often fatal disease has been discovered in a white-tailed deer in western Michigan.
Discussions are taking place on how to spend money from the highly successful Natural Resources Trust Fund
Most anglers dream of catching fish so big their bellies sag when holding them for a picture.
Goose problems shouldn’t be solved by introducing mute swans to the area.
Protection from mosquitoes is the best defense for sportsmen against West Nile virus
Great Lakes water levels are holding up better than expected
Details often can make or break a summer fishing trip.
Wolf management in Michigan is getting muddier by the minute
Hunting and trapping can help control rabid animal populations
Legislators need to hear support from hunters and fishermen for a license fee increase.
High visibility fishing line helps avoid tangles and manage rods on Great Lakes fishing trips.
Bassmaster Magazine ranks Michigan’s Lake St. Clair as the best bass fishing lake in the nation.
The best salmon recipies are often the ones you use for other species of fish.
MSU allows fishing again in Red Cedar River and DNR helps by planting steelhead.
Dreaded animal disease is moving closer to Michigan
Game management in Michigan will again be decided at the ballot box rather than through sound scientific principals by skilled wildlife biologists.
Everyone knows they need to winterize their boats each fall to keep them from suffering from ice damage during the winter months. But what about this time of year?
The city of Detroit really missed an opportunity earlier this year when it refused to consider allowing the state of Michigan to lease Belle Isle and run it as a state park.
When you get on a bus, airplane or travel busy highways loaded with commercial trucks, you expect the operators of these conveyances to be alert, sober and not under the influence of dangerous drugs
Governor Rick Snyder turned heads last week when he announced plans for a hunting and fishing license fee increase in his proposed budget.
Gov. Rick Snyder’s recent claim that his administration is going to take emergency action to deal with diminishing Great Lakes water levels caused me to raise my eyebrows.
When the Michigan DNR announced how it plans to reapportion the chinook stocking next spring, a paraphrase of Honest Abe’s maxim came to mind