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WILL MICHIGAN GOBBLERS SURVIVE THIS WINTER?

Kenny Darwin - 2018-03-01
With the recent cold weather highlighted by below zero temperatures and deep snow, ya gotta ask yourself will gobblers survive. How wild turkeys make it through Michigan’s harsh winter is a bit ...more»

BANGING BOTTOM for SPRING BROWNS

Mark Romanak - 2018-03-01
Trolling the near shore waters of the Great Lakes for spring brown trout has for decades been one of the best ways to celebrate the end of winter and the coming of spring....more»

Celebrating 100 years of WILD ELK

Katie Keen…MDNR - 2018-03-01
Michigan’s native herd of elk — massive animals standing 4 to 5 feet tall at the shoulder and weighing more than 600 pounds — had disappeared from the state by about 1875....more»

Great Lake’s Ice-Out ‘Eyes

Mark Martin - 2018-03-01
It’s no secret walleyes roam the waters of every Great Lake. Some waterways within the massive freshwater system with huge bays, such as Lake Huron’s Saginaw Bay and Lake Michigan’s ...more»

Going it alone

Darryl Quidort - 2018-03-01
Much of Michigan was an unmapped wilderness in the 1850s when George Washington Sears left Saginaw Bay for a solitary trek across the Lower Peninsula....more»

Bears two ways

Richard P. Smith - 2018-02-01
Most bear hunters either hunt over bait or with hounds, but the Wilde Family from Howell found out that double teaming bruins by employing both methods can be twice as effective....more»

FISH BIG WATERS SMALL

Mark Martin - 2018-02-01
Massive-Immense- Overwhelming. Ice fishing the bays of the Great Lakes can be an exhilarating experience... All five Great Lakes (six, if you decided to sneak Lake St....more»

CRAPPIE AT NIGHT

Kenny Darwin - 2018-02-01
Michigan hosts some of the best night ice fishing in the country and sportsmen are discovering the fantastic action on the night shift. Some panfish, inland lake walleyes, smelt and more have become active ...more»

DNR to begin deer migration study in western Upper Peninsula

2018-02-01
The MDNR will soon begin capturing and collaring white-tailed deer in the western Upper Peninsula as part of a multi-year study to quantify movement patterns of deer, especially migration between winter ...more»

Take advantage of the post season to scout new hunting grounds

Brian Miller - 2018-02-01
On the morning of November 11, I was nestled into a large cherry tree well before daybreak. The woods were drenched from the previous day’s rain making the woods dead quiet....more»
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