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Dog days of winter are here

March 11, 2011 ESCANABA — Judging by the weather of the last couple days, it’s hard to believe spring will begin in just nine days. more »»

Hey Gov. Synder, if it ain't broke, don't fix it

February 25, 2011 ESCANABA — In the short time since Governor Snyder delivered his first State-Of-The-State Address, there have already been 24 pieces of legislation introduced that in some way effect natural... more »»

Fishing for fishermen

February 18, 2011 ESCANABA — Those who ice fish or ride across the ice for recreation become experienced in reading conditions regarding safety. It is a necessity, especially at first and last ice. more »»

UPSA?wants their say

February 11, 2011 ESCANABA — The UP Sportsmen’s Alliance touts being the front representation of 40,000 affiliate member. more »»

Conservation clubs maintain the U.P.

February 4, 2011 ESCANABA — Many people don’t realize how much effort goes into not only the social side of the conservation clubs membership, but that which is done by the elected officials and other volunteers who... more »»

Resource issue education needed

January 28, 2011 ESCANABA — One of the things people have repeatedly heard me say about dealing with the issues involving natural resources and conservation for more than a quarter century is that the more I learn, ... more »»

Gov. Snyder likes public rec

January 21, 2011 ESCANABA — Gov. Rick Snyder made his State of the State Address Wednesday night and overall, it was a positive message on how he plans to bring Michigan back as an economically viable place to live. more »»

Gov. Snyder likes public rec

January 21, 2011 ESCANABA — Gov. Rick Snyder made his State of the State Address Wednesday night and overall, it was a positive message on how he plans to bring Michigan back as an economically viable place to live. more »»

Is there a need to feed?

January 14, 2011 ESCANABA — In the summer of 2002 a composite group of conservationists met in East Tawas and were able to gain a one year reprieve from the Natural Resources Commission (NRC), on the banning of... more »»

First rule of ice fishing:?Make a plan!

January 7, 2011 ESCANABA —I’ve never claimed to be an accomplished ice fisherman. more »»

Wildlife decline now fixable

December 30, 2010 ESCANABA — Growing up in the outdoors of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, there wasn’t much concern over negatives. more »»

Bays de Noc fishery gets an early Christmas present

December 23, 2010 ESCANABA — While the lake ice conditions vary, those who are out on Little Bay de Noc seem to be enjoying the first of winter fishing. more »»

Two of our annual Christmas traditions

December 17, 2010 Each year since being married, my wife, Mary Kay and I have bundled our kids up and driven this time of year to Teal’s Tree Farm in Bark River. more »»

Great gift ideas

December 10, 2010 ESCANABA — I get quite a few calls from folks this time of year, asking the name of a product or book that I’ve talked about on Trails & Tales Outdoors Radio. more »»

Outdoor finances being crunched by users

December 3, 2010 ESCANABA — Tuesday I had the opportunity to attend the regular meeting of the Michigan Snowmobile and Trails Advisory Council (MSTAC), held in Higgins Lake at the Ralph E. more »»

First buck

December 3, 2010 more »»

A week in the life....

November 26, 2010 ESCANABA — My first week of firearm deer hunting season is pretty hectic. My morning hunt ends promptly at 10 a.m. more »»

Tick, Tick, Tick...Deer Day is coming right up

November 13, 2010 ESCANABA — It’s almost here. Beginning at 7:05 a.m., EST Nov. more »»

 
 
 

 

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