A natural trellis arches over this section of Cross Fork Creek, the latticework structurally formed by interlocking tree branches, mostly hemlocks but also white pine, sycamores and a few scrubby maples hardly worth mentioning.
Authorities recovered the body of a 63-year-old man in Lake Michigan, one of two people who died when a fishing boat sank in late August off Michigan’s northern Lower Peninsula.
In one of his first official actions, new Michigan DNR Director Scott Bowen approved several proposed fisheries regulations at the September Natural Resources Commission meeting in Lansing.
The director and the commission were presented with
An amendment calling for the transfer of $150 million from the Pennsylvania Game Commission coffers has sparked opposition from numerous hunting and conservation organizations.
On Aug. 30, the state Senate passed House Bill 1300 which includes
I’ve made plenty of mistakes during my career as a fisherman. It’s not easy to admit to being wrong about anything, but I’m a stand-up guy and I’ll suffer any slings and arrows I receive
If there’s anything more exciting than the call of, “Fish on!” it has to be, “Two fish on!”
Battling two coho salmon at the same time by father and son was a highlight of a
Don’t forget the other esox as autumn water temperatures drop.
New Michigan DNR Director Scott Bowen said he grew up fishing for walleyes and still enjoys hunting and fishing, especially chasing steelhead on the Muskegon and Manistee rivers.
Bowen was appointed to head the DNR earlier
In the south basin here, the deeper middle flats remains productive for walleye.