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  • Understanding turkey MATING RITUALS

    The secret to success often hinges on understanding gobbler mating rituals
    by Kenny Darwin
    As I focused the telephoto lens I could see the huge gobbler was all fired up. His head was bright red, waddle extended, and feathers puffed up which made him look like a turkey on steroids....more»
  • Erie’s spring Hog Walleyes

    Given decent conditions during March and early April, savvy anglers are regularly treated to monumental catches of monster walleyes
    by Michael Veine
    It’s no secret that Lake Erie provides world class trophy walleye fishing during the spring from ice-out until mid-April. In fact, no other walleye fishery in the world even comes close to producing ...more»
  • DEER SCOUTING! Earn your next big buck now!

    You can significantly stack the odds in yourfavor for next year’s rut and late season...
    by Andy May
    Big bucks in Michigan are no easy task. The next few months are the best time to "earn" your next big buck. Your efforts during these months will be directly related to your success this fall....more»
  • BROOKIES & BROWNS! SPRING FISHIN’ IN THE U.P.

    The best U.P. brook and brown trout waters and the best of the best...
    by Robert Dock
    All an angler has to do is observe a brook trout in its natural habitat and he will naturally believe that they are created in perfect harmony with Michigan environs....more»
  • Rig It Right

    by Mark Martin
    Who, me? Lucky? You bet! I have been able to create a career out of fishing for walleyes in tournaments, as well teaching others how to catch fish. It’s an occupation expanding well over three decades ...more»

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Poachers Beware

Jeff Pendergraff - 2014-03-01
After several years of not hiring Conservation Officers (COs) and losing officers from retirement, the Law Enforcement Division (LED) of the DNR has announced that they started a recruit school for 31 ...more»

Eye poppin’ WALLEYES on plastics

Kenny Darwin - 2014-03-01
With fond memories I recall an outing to Trenton Channel with my fishin’ pal Brandon Conner from Lyons. We bounced bottom with a variety of jig presentations with not much luck....more»

Cover Story

2014-03-01
The 2014 sturgeon season on Black Lake lasted 82 minutes on Saturday, Feb. 1. When the cannon went off, alerting those on the ice to the end of the season, six sturgeon were speared, matching the ...more»

Weather Or Not...

Lane Walker - 2014-03-01
This winter has been one of the most brutal winters in Michigan history. Record colds and snowfall have been harsh on everyone and everything, including our flocks of wild turkeys....more»

A different kind of...

Mark Romanack - 2014-03-01
The words "March Madness" scream college basketball to most. Around the Romanack household March Madness better describes the mad dash involved in getting boats and fishing gear ready for the first open ...more»

Don’t miss Saginaw Bay’s ICEY ‘EYES

Kenny Darwin - 2014-02-01
The huge frozen expanse of Lake Huron’s Saginaw Bay has fast gained a reputation as Michigan’s most productive winter walleye hot spot. Anglers travel from the UP and across the state to cash-in ...more»

Another Jackson County

Jerry Lambert - 2014-02-01
Jackson County has earned quite a reputation for outputting world-class whitetails and this year is no exception. On November 12, 2013, Scott Vogt killed an extra-large typical that green scores 187 1/8 ...more»

STEELHEAD FISHING

Mark Romanack - 2014-02-01
Steelhead anglers are unique individuals. Winter steelhead fishermen are downright crazy! Compared to other anglers an avid steelhead enthusiast is willing to work harder, fish in tougher conditions and ...more»

Deer Biology...

John Ozoga - 2014-02-01
Prey species, from mice to moose, constantly run the risk of being killed by a predator. Understandably, few failings are as unforgiving -- or as abruptly terminal -- as a deer’s failure to avoid ...more»

BEAVER DAMS:

Bill Ziegler - 2014-02-01
Many trout anglers have heard how good trout fishing is behind a beaver dam. While it is true that trout in a small stream can grow larger in a beaver impoundment, too many beaver dams can destroy a trout ...more»
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