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Studies tracking deer hunt status

July 17, 2009 ESCANABA — It’s hard to believe that fall hunting regulations are already being set, given that many people feel we haven’t even experienced summer. more »»

Reasons vary for hunter decline

July 17, 2009 MARQUETTE — Hunting researcher Mark Damian Duda told listeners in Marquette recently the No. 1 reason for declining hunter participation in America is urbanization. more »»

U.P. trappers set high standards

July 10, 2009 ESCANABA — Even in its most contemporary mode, to visit and view a trapper applying their craft is truly a trip back in time. more »»

Cooks teen enjoys benefits of big elk kill

July 10, 2009 COOKS — Courtney Williams of Cooks now holds four records and has received extensive attention after harvesting a huge elk earlier this year. more »»

Banding together for geese

July 3, 2009 ESCANABA — There is information that indicates the practice of marking birds for either migration studies or use for carrying messages date back as far as 280 BC. more »»

We all handle natural resources

June 26, 2009 ESCANABA — The hunting, trapping, fishing ATV riding, boating and organized camping enthusiasts in Michigan have paid for the privileges they enjoy outdoors. more »»

Groups are still fighting wolf plan

June 19, 2009 ESCANABA — Anti-conservation groups have assembled to derail sound science in wildlife management in an attempt to once again re-enlist the gray wolf as an endangered species in Michigan. more »»

Local group helps develop hunting aid

June 5, 2009 ESCANABA — I’ve been accused of being one of those “glass is half full” guys. more »»

Brimley hatchery gets wildlife funding

June 5, 2009 WASHINGTON — U.S. more »»

Show us your outdoor success

June 5, 2009 ESCANABA — The Daily Press encourages readers to submit photos and information on wildlife activities by individuals and groups, displaying results of their hunting and fishing successes. more »»

Big catch

June 5, 2009 more »»

U.P. has lots to offer this summer

May 29, 2009 ESCANABA — There are two anomalies about this summer in need of resolution: . more »»

Hannahville mud drags set for June 6

May 29, 2009 HANNAHVILLE — The mud drags will be in motion Saturday, June 6, atthe Woodland Valley gathering grounds here. The races are slated to begin at noon with vehicle registration extending from 8-11 a.m. more »»

Milestones make Memorial Day special

May 22, 2009 ESCANABA — This is a landmark Memorial Day weekend for my family. more »»

Chenier takes 2nd in walleye tourney

May 22, 2009 ARKDALE, Wis. — Boater Glenn Chenier of Gladstone and co-angler Richard Heuss of Racine, Wis. came in second overall in the FLW Walleye League Wisconsin Division event Saturday on Lake Petenwell here. more »»

Public input helps evaluate Hermanaba trail

May 8, 2009 ESCANABA — The Michigan Department of Natural Resources conducted a public hearing Wednesday evening at Bay de Noc Community College for the purpose of gaining input about a proposed sanctioned trai... more »»

GLSA ‘Fun Shoot’ slated for May 16

May 8, 2009 ESCANABA — The Great Lakes Sportsman’s Alliance will be holding its clay target “Fun Shoot” May 16 starting at 9 a.. more »»

Musky Club outing

May 8, 2009 CRYSTAL FALLS — The Boundary Waters Musky Club will have its first meeting of 2009 during the weekend of May 16-17 at the Paint River Hills Campground in Crystal Falls. more »»

Wolf de-listing now official

May 8, 2009 MARQUETTE — Gray wolves were removed from the federal endangered species list on Tuesday, a move that officially transfers wolf management authority to the state level. more »»

Spring turkey hunt is fun time

May 1, 2009 ESCANABA — I’m one of those guys who used to feel the compulsion to wear a black arm band at the beginning of April each year, to mourn the passing of yet another hunting seaso. more »»



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