May 28 • 03:44 AM

In This Issue

  • Harnessing the Bite

    The one lure I have used to catch morewalleyes than any other during my lifetime? Bar none, the crawler harness
    by Mark Martin
    When I ponder over my fishing career, as well reminisce about the years of catching fish throughout my childhood, I realize the lure I have used to catch more walleyes than any other during my lifetime ...more»
  • Rattle, Grunt, Wheeze

    Can you call bucks?
    by Kenny Darwin
    Understanding big buck behavior and their vocalizations can be the key to successful hunting. What about you, can you talk the talk? Do you understand when to rattle, how to grunt or wheeze to bring ...more»
  • Forensic training for COs paying dividends

    At 9 a.m. Nov. 18, conservation officer Richard Cardenas received a complaint that had been phoned in to the Michigan Department of Natural Resources’ Report All Poaching Line about a deer that ...more»
  • Michigan Meanders

    Old Birds and Their Dogs
    by Tom Huggler
    Every hunter who has ever picked burdock from his bird dog’s coat knows one day it will end. But planning for the inevitable is no easier than predicting the day you will put the gun in the cabinet ...more»

    You can never be too creative about where to throwone, and what kind of trailer to put on it
    by Buck Mallory
    Surf the Internet to find out where swim jigs for bass came from and you’ll likely be able to narrow the source down to two places: The Mississippi River north of Lacrosse, Wisconsin, and the Coosa ...more»

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Michigan confirms state’s first case of chronic wasting disease in free-ranging white-tailed deer

The Michigan departments of Natural Resources (DNR) and Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD) today confirmed that a free-ranging deer in Meridian Township (Ingham County) has tested positive for ...more»

Warm Weather Gobblers

ichigan turkey hunters are lucky because they can go afield when weather is ideal, warm, and sunny and the gobblers are still active. Choose hunt number 0234 to take advantage of warm weather turkey hunting....more»

How whitetails see you

John Ozoga - 2015-05-01
White-tailed deer are a prey species. Their sight, hearing, and sense of smell are especially adapted to evade predators, human hunters included. While the whitetail’s ability to hear and ...more»

Log driving activities still affect trout habitat

Bill Ziegler - 2015-05-01
If you spend some time canoeing/kayaking or exploring, and know how to identify log driving remnants, you can observe considerable features that were constructed to transport logs that are still present ...more»

Au Gres’ Spring Walleyes

Michael Veine - 2015-05-01
About half way between the southern and northern boundaries of Saginaw Bay lays Au Gres. This small, fisherman friendly town is well known as a summer walleye destination for world class walleye fishing; ...more»

Michigan’s 2015 Bass Outlook

Mike Gnatkowski - 2015-05-01
If you like to fish for bass, you’d better hook up the boat and head to one of the numerous lakes in Michigan that feature thriving bass fisheries. In northern Michigan, there are several lakes ...more»

Poached deer will cost $15,500 plus court costs!

Jeff Pendergraff - 2015-04-01
It appears that not everyone has heard about the enhanced restitution on deer poaching or they just figure they will not get caught. In 2014 Governor Snyder signed a bill into law that increases the ...more»

Detroit Giants

Kenny Darwin - 2015-04-01
Catching a walleye over 10 pounds can attract a multitude of Michigan fishermen. Several over 11 pounds brings legions. Monster supertanker walleyes by the hundreds draw fisherman from far and wide to ...more»

Ramblings of a turkey rookie

Joe Bednar - 2015-04-01
Hopefully fellow newcomers to turkey hunting may find this useful, and veteran turkey hunters at least may find it entertaining, or something they can relate to from their own start in this intriguing ...more»

Catch and Release

Mark Romanack - 2015-04-01
In Michigan the "outdoor calendar" has some pretty significant dates etched in stone. Archery deer season opens on the first day of October, firearm deer season on November 15, trout season opens on the ...more»
Randy Minto


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