The Michigan DNR's citizen-based northern Lower Peninsula wolf survey, to detect the presence of gray wolves in the region, will take place Feb. 19 through March 15.
Bag goes from 50 to 25 on most waters starting April 1.
The female wolf crossed over an ice bridge formed by the recent polar vortex en route to an area close to Grand Portage, where she was translocated from in early October 2018.
According to the DNR, the first four sturgeon harvested were males ranging from 52 to 60 inches and 25 to 47 pounds. The final two fish were females ranging from 61 to 72 inches and 54 to 80 pounds.
There are definitely times when fish demand an increase in vibration and flash. But just the opposite can be the attractor, so bring an assortment of colors.
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The super-popular Fish Hawk family from Crestliner has been revamped and given a shot in the arm with higher horsepower ratings for 2019. The 1750 series now can hold a 150 horsepower motor and the 1850 powers out at 200 horsepower.
Official entry score of 320-5/8 makes it only the fifth hunter-taken nontypical whitetail to exceed 300 inches in history.
Deer seasons mostly have ended, but January is a great time to keep pursuing squirrels and bunnies.
Lawmakers want the DNR to learn if the pheasant program gives a boost to small-game hunting, and the agency is also being told to explore whether the release of pheasants reduces any conflicts between hunters.
Illinois governor tells Michigan governor that the offer to support operations at the Brandon Road Lock and Dam near Joliet, Ill., won't be useful until after an upgrade there is completed in 10 years.
Cell phones and 911 service have, no doubt, saved countless lives since they were invented. But they don’t take the place of personal responsibility and common sense. It often seems that as we rely more on technology, it’s at the expense of responsibility and common sense.
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