It’s time for paddlers to help shoulder the weight of paying for public access and law enforcement on state waterways.
Ice carousels are gaining in popularity. Fishermen are even getting in on the act, using a carousel to troll for fish through the ice.
Frigid conditions don’t deter eagles, ducks, mink, fox and other wildlife from daily activities under the bridge in Sault Ste Marie.
Here’s to a great 2017 – and hopes of fishing and hunting more, and maybe trying some new things in 2018 as well.
Michigan’s waterfowl season ended with a sky full of ducks, including mostly mallards and a few black ducks.
The 2017 Michigan firearms deer season ended too soon for the author.
Wind and rain put a damper on opener.
Michigan’s hunter safety program has helped reduce the number of hunting casualties in Michigan.
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.
Action on a recent Michigan waterfowl hunt was so fast and furious that the hunters had little time to visit and catch up.
Constant vigilance needed to keep geese, deer from overtaking city parks, ball fields.
A recent fishing trip on the St. Mary’s River produced a variety of fish.
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.
Perhaps the best tactic for defeating an invasive species is to market them as edible and encourage people to catch and eat as many as possible.
A nice catch of steelhead, chinook salmon and lake trout made for a great day of charter fishing on Lake Michigan.
Michigan repealed its ban on Sunday hunting, but 10 states still enforce such a law.
Whisperings from the whitefish whisperer on shorter leaders, perhaps, to put more fish in the cooler.
Although no keeper walleyes were caught on a recent fishing excursion, the author and his buddy had an good day enjoying Michigan’s abundant natural resources.
They’ll be setting survey nets throughout the river during the month of August, hoping to capture a variety of the river’s species to record data on abundance, growth, mortality and size of fish populations.
Just because you don’t catch the fish species you’re targeting doesn’t mean your fishing trip has failed.
With a turkey in the freezer and morel mushrooms in the bag, the author has enjoyed some outstanding spring opportunities in Michigan’s great outdoors.
May is the prime month for finding morel mushrooms in Michigan.
Upper Peninsula hunter gets an early start this year on turkey hunting in Michigan.
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.
Ice not completely gone, but enough of it has retreated and broken up to allow careful angler to search for perch while dodging icebergs.
Michigan’s unusual ice fishing season is hanging on in northern Michigan, with whitefish moving into the spotlight.