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  • EARLY GOOSE

    Our approach was simple: search, find, set up and shoot...persistent scouting pays big dividends!
    by Kenny Darwin
    I could hear cows in the distant darkness as we carried shotguns, chairs, shells and full body goose decoys across a dairy farmer’s field to a destination where Canada geese feed....more»
  • Brown Trout And Beautiful Clear Water Streams Are Part Of My Soul...

    Giant Browns
    by Kenny Darwin
    I was brought up by family who cherished browns as though they were the greatest fish in the entire universe; many Michigan fly fishermen love them to no end....more»
  • Attractors aren’t just for trout

    They are so widely accepted among trout and salmon anglers andrarely used to target warm water species like walleye...until now!
    by Mark Romanack
    In the world of fishing the term "attractor" typically refers to trolling gear designed to create flash in the water. The idea is that flash in the water simulates game fish slashing at and feeding on ...more»
  • WHITETAILS AND WIND

    Of All Deer’s Superior Senses Nothing Is More Difficult To Fool Than Their Extraordinary Sense Of Smell!
    by Kenny Darwin
    Sure, big bucks have keen eyesight and they can spot movement ten times better than the human eye. Their excellent hearing can pick you up at tremendous distances but of all their superior senses nothing ...more»
  • MICHIGAN MEANDERS...

    Time to Gather and Go
    by Tom Huggler
    Escape is why I look forward to crossing the Mackinac Bridge, as I have done every October for more than four decades... As I write this over the July 4th holiday weekend, more than ever I await bird-hunting ...more»

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UNDERSTANDING CWD

Linda Lohrer - 2015-07-01
Recently the DNR announced the first case of chronic wasting disease (CWD) in a six year-old free range doe in Ingham County. CWD belongs to class of diseases called transmissible spongiform encephalopathies ...more»

Advanced bottom bouncer tactics

Michael Veine - 2015-07-01
Cutting Edge Tactics For Catching Walleyes Using Bottom Bouncers... Trolling with a spinner/crawler rig taken to depth with a bottom bouncer is perhaps the most consistently productive walleye fishing ...more»

Archers Take Biggest Bucks...

Richard P. Smith - 2015-07-01
For many years, the majority of the bucks with the largest antlers that were bagged by hunters in Michigan were killed with firearms; either centerfire rifles and shotguns or muzzleloaders....more»

Hot Topics In The Outdoors…

Jeff Pendergraff - 2015-07-01
There is a lot of misleading information floating out there regarding what people think they can and can’t do when it comes to operating their off road vehicle in Michigan....more»

SWEET SMALLIES

Kenny Darwin - 2015-07-01
Legendary fisheries have developed in East Grand Traverse Bay, Lake St. Clair, the Detroit River System and in many lakes and rivers. World-class smallie fishing is available in Michigan and bronzeback ...more»

Harnessing the Bite

Mark Martin - 2015-06-01
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

Kenny Darwin - 2015-06-01
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

2015-06-01
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

Tom Huggler - 2015-06-01
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»

SWIM JIGS FOR BASS...WORK!

Buck Mallory - 2015-06-01
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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