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.
Boating advocates have classified boat buyers into six groups ranging from gear guys to seclusion seekers.
May is the prime month for finding morel mushrooms in Michigan.
Be sure to have these common-sense items aboard whenever you’re fishing on the Great Lakes.
Upper Peninsula hunter gets an early start this year on turkey hunting in Michigan.
I know if I can catch that fish with the genius IQ, I have a good shot at catching some of its less-intelligent brethren. Once the fish bites, I don’t care if it’s Einstein or one of the Stooges.
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.
I’m all in favor of trees in general and ash trees in particular. I’m dead set against emerald ash borers and criminals.
Michigan and Wisconsin Sea Grant researchers are asking anglers to share their fishing success with them..
Michigan’s unusual ice fishing season is hanging on in northern Michigan, with whitefish moving into the spotlight.
A little common sense and courtesy will go a long way when launching your fishing boat.
Could the 22 million pounds of plastic trash that end up in the Great Lakes each year create gyres in our inland oceans?
From shooting clays or hunting for sheds to open-water fishing there are still a lot of outdoor activities despite Michigan’s unusual winter.
That was the last time I’ll be driving the truck on the ice this year, though, unless we get another prolonged period of cold weather.
The government-mandated use of ethanol as an additive in gasoline is wreaking havoc on boat motors and small engines.
Red fox, like most predators, are opportunistic feeders especially when they live in a city.
Remember the acronym C.O.L.D to keep yourself warm when hunting, fishing, recreating outdoors in winter
If ice fishing or other activities tempt you outdoors these days, the one thing that can ruin the experience is getting cold.
A snowshoe hike in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula turns up signs of showshoe hare, grey squirrels, deer, fox and beaver.
The recent warm-up provides a great chance to remove your treestands and give them a safety check before next deer-hunting season.
Since the Endangered Species Act was passed monetary value of an animal is no longer a criteria used to determine its worth to the world.
Whether it’s fishing, hunting, hiking or snowmobiling the Lake Gogebic area offers lots of adventure.
From fishing hot spots and adverse weather to hot lures and docking your boat, there are several undeniable truths you should consider when it’s time to go fishing.
I understand the worries about climate change.
More than a few years ago, a friend noted that our duck hunts might best be described as “bird-watching with guns” since we often observed many species of birds, including ducks, but didn’t shoot many of them.
Michigan hunters combined to shoot an estimated 334,612 white-tailed deer in Michigan last year.