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  • Tie One On

    by Mark Romanack
    When it’s time to tie one on, fishing lures that is, it’s important to know how different lures and terminal tackle function best. Attaching a fishing lure to a fishing line improperly is ...more»
  • Elk antler from 1800s found?

    Southeast Michigan trapper makes interesting find atop beaver lodge
    by Randy Jorgensen
    It was just another day of checking the traps for Rob Sarka, 34, of Imlay City. Rob’s been trapping for a few years now, mostly beaver and muskrat. It’s a hobby for him and he takes great ...more»
  • One incredible December archery hunt in Michigan’s out of doors

    by Dr. Steve Schmidt
    I am a lifelong hunter here in Michigan. My aunt and uncle got me into hunting whitetails at the age of 12 and I have been hooked ever since. I grew up hunting in the Grayling area....more»
  • Late-Ice Walleyes

    Last ice is one of the hottest times of the year to catch winter walleyes, and you don’t have to risk your life to cash in on the bonanza. In fact, the increase in late-winter walleye activity and ice-fishing success begins long before the ice begins to d
    by Mike Gnatkowski
    Walleye that have been lethargic and semi-active during the dead of winter awaken as the days begin to lengthen and walleye sense that spring isn’t that far away....more»
  • Coyotes aren’t fun anymore!

    by Darryl Quidort
    I’ve tent camped and hunted "Out West" many times where I’ve always enjoyed the coyote serenade each evening at sundown. The yips, yipes, and howls always made the trip into a genuine Western ...more»

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TROUT ON ICE

George Rowe - 2017-01-01
Those who fish through the ice around Central and Northern Michigan are learning that they can catch trout more easily and more abundantly every year....more»

Young women's words of wisdom from a deer blind

Patrick Bevier - 2017-01-01
One of the most enjoyable aspects of being an educator is to listen to the delightful, sometimes profound, and often humorous things that children say (I’m thinking of a Kindergartener at my school ...more»

Have you seen this bird?

Randy Jorgensen - 2017-01-01
The poster reads... Have you seen this bird? Last seen: Rural areas in midwestern states. Description: Iridescent green head, white ring around neck, copper and gold feathers, red wattle, long tail and ...more»

ICE SAFETY

Mark Martin - 2017-01-01
The thought of setting foot upon a frozen waterway does not set well with certain people. The only ice they even consider are of the cube variety floating around a glass full of their favorite beverage....more»

Marquette’s ALBINO DEER

Richard P. Smith - 2017-01-01
Anyone who is fortunate enough to see one of Marquette’s growing number of albino whitetails can thank recently retired DNR veterinarian Dr. Steve Schmitt for their presence....more»

Exploring Michigan’s HIGHEST PLACES

Darryl Quidort - 2016-12-01
Mount Arvon, located in the Huron Mountain Range of Baraga County, is designated as Michigan’s highest point. The definition of a mountain is pretty vague though....more»

COYOTE HUNTING

Kenny Darwin - 2016-12-01
Recent studies indicate coyotes kill at least one whitetail deer fawn per day in the 30 day period after fawns are born. Another central Pennsylvania study shows coyote predation accounts for 47% of fawn ...more»

LAND management PAYS OFF

Jerry Lambert - 2016-12-01
Property owner / habitat manager / conservationist / deer hunter, Kris Ambrose, fulfilled a long term goal on October 9, 2016. He killed a trophy buck after dedicating a great amount of time to managing ...more»

HITTING ROCK BOTTOM

Mark Martin - 2016-12-01
What grabs your attention more than noise? Not a lot. The same holds true with fish. In fact, fish, no matter the species, rely on the very sounds forage make to help them zone in on their next meal....more»

WHITETAILS OF THE U.P.

John Ozoga - 2016-12-01
White-tailed deer in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula (U.P.) are on the decline and in serious trouble. If you hunted deer in this northern region during the 2015 rifle season you know what I’m ...more»
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