- Rolling with the punches
by Mark Romanack
Great Lakes anglers who live and breathe salmon fishing are holding their breath a lot these days. No one knows at this point if our salmon fishery is on the verge of a boom or a bust cycle....more»
- Now is the time to begin scouting so you can take a bruiser opening day...
by Kenny Darwin
Looking for a dandy buck to hunt come archery opener on October 1? Well, now is the time to begin scouting and the information you gather during summer can put you on a bruiser come opening day....more»
- Take Advantage Of An Exciting, Up-And-Coming Fishery For The Largest Fish That Swims The Great Lakes...
by Jeremy Guc & Mike Thomas
Ask any angler in Great Lakes region what their favorite sport fish is, and 99 percent of the time you will receive a response such as such as salmon, walleye, smallmouth bass or muskie....more»
- A Pathetically Slow Process!
by John Ozoga
Some deer are likely to die from malnutrition on northern range each winter. However, at times the annual deer die-off has been staggering. The winter of 2013-14 will be one of those real deer-killers ...more»
- Releasing an arrow using back tension requires you to only focus on aiming while your back muscles slowly contract causing the release to fire with no anticipation...
by Andy May
First off, if you’re happy with your performance at the moment of truth, then read no further. For me and many other hunters, we have struggled with consistent accuracy at crunch time....more»
2014-07-01Bill O’Neill, Chief, MDNR Forest Resources Division recently released the following information in response to questions and concerns regarding recent reports of a proposed land transaction involving ...more» Bill Ziegler - 2014-06-01Ever since the original Michigan moose reestablishment program, called Moose Lift, outdoor enthusiasts in Michigan have looked forward to seeing a wild moose in the Upper Peninsula....more» John Ozoga - 2014-06-01Unlike domestic livestock, the whitetail’s behavior, digestive processes, physiology -- and resultant nutritional needs -- change seasonally. Individual requirements also vary according to the animal’s ...more» Bill Semion - 2014-06-01It was barely perceptible; a momentary hesitation of my line and strike indicator in the current. But it became extremely perceptible once I pulled the tip up in the shallow rapids on the Ontario side ...more» Richard P. Smith - 2014-06-01It has taken Adam Stretch from Dundee more than 20 years of deer hunting to bag his first whitetail, but he figures it was worth the wait. He put his first punched tag on a buck that is the envy of the ...more» Robert Dock Stupp - 2014-06-01Thoughts of warm breezes whisper in my ear as I gaze at the haze of blowing snow out the window of my little den on April 4. I am in a daze. Hope it’s just a phase! My thoughts are on a slow ...more» Kenny Darwin - 2014-05-01Michigan outdoor enthusiasts looking for fishing excitement and hunting thrills all rolled into a single outing should consider trout fishing and morel mushroom hunting in combination....more» Michael Veine - 2014-05-01In recent years I have been expanding my spring, Saginaw Bay walleye charter offerings because that fishery has been getting better and better every year....more» Andy May - 2014-05-01Most serious big buck hunters I know work alone the majority of the time. Shared properties, shared stand locations, competition between hunters, and unknown/uncontrollable hunting pressure can make ...more» Tom Huggler - 2014-05-01Been to a Michigan state park lately? After a long absence, last year my family and I began visiting a few of Michigan’s 102 state park and recreation areas....more»