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Tuesday, June 18th, 2024

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Tuesday, June 18th, 2024

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Another good season on tap for Michigan turkey hunters

Lansing — The early breakup of winter across the state has triggered a fever that’s impacting over 100,000 residents. It’s called turkey fever and it’s brought on by melting snow, warming temperatures and greening grasses.

Judge: Michigan ban on deer baiting too vague

Gaylord, Mich. (AP) — A judge in Otsego County has thrown out a case against a man charged under Michigan’s ban on baiting and feeding deer in the Lower Peninsula, saying the ban is too

DNRE Reminds Public to Leave Wildlife in the Wild

As spring brings the season for wildlife to give birth, the Department of Natural Resources and Environment reminds Michigan residents to resist the instinct to try to help seemingly abandoned fawns or other baby animals.

Fish possession limit changed

Lansing, Mich. — Late last month, HB 5481 cleared both the state House and Senate and was sent to the Governor’s office for final approval. The bill allows anglers to possess, in addition to one

Local Residents Assist in Rescuing Conservation Officer

Chassell, Mich. — Department of Natural Resources and Environment Conservation Officer Dennis Gast was responding on a snowmobile to a complaint of set lines on Otter Lake near Chassell in Houghton County last Saturday night

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