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Michigan SAW and ORVAW meet in U.P.

December 11, 2015 “Michigan SAW/ORVAW Meet In The UP” We are currently dealing with another Yooper dilemma. more »»

Root of poor deer hunting season could be weather

November 27, 2015 With just a few days left to the 2015 firearm deer hunting season, we are seeing the predictions from the last couple of years coming tru. more »»

Annual deer camp survey provides key information for U.P.

November 20, 2015 For the better part of two decades, the Upper Peninsula has remained exclusive from the rest of the Stat. more »»

Get certified in snowmobile safety before winter comes

November 20, 2015 LANSING — The Michigan Department of Natural Resources encourages snowmobilers to earn their snowmobile safety course certifications before winter arrives. more »»

Hunting fellowship continues

November 13, 2015 As one who has been deer hunting for 48 years, I can honestly say that the clear emphasis on this cherished season is more for camp than it is for the hunt. more »»

DNR Bear Forum to meet in St. Ignace Dec. 9

November 13, 2015 The Michigan Department of Natural Resources will hold a public meeting of the state’s Bear Forum next month in St. Ignace to begin discussions on possible future bear hunting regulation change. more »»

Michigan makes fishing regulation changes

November 13, 2015 LANSING — The Michigan Natural Resources Commission approved several fishing regulations Thursday at its regular meeting in Lansing. more »»

Army National Guard training exercises benefit multiuse trails

November 12, 2015 IRON RIVER — As we honor our military veterans this week, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources salutes the efforts of the 1432nd Engineer Company of the Michigan Army National Guar. more »»

Gearing up for deer hunting season

November 6, 2015 One of the five stages of hunter development is that of the “Equipment Stage”. more »»

Northern Lights seen in parts of Michigan

November 6, 2015 By Jan Barlow Traverse City Record-Eagle Living on or near the 45th parallel, most of us in northern Michigan know we are halfway between the equator and the North Pole — either because the green... more »»

Will I be ready for the opener?

October 30, 2015 ESCANABA — “Never fails to fail” and “the shoemakers kid goes barefoot” are two phrases that have been ringing in my head this week. The 2015 firearm deer hunting season is only two weeks awa. more »»

Fishing Report

October 30, 2015 The fall perch bite has been fair to good on the inland lakes. Anglers were starting to pick up more walleyes. Little Bay De Noc: Northern pike catches are still good throughout the Bay. more »»

Michigan Wildlife Council educates public on hunting

October 23, 2015 The Council for Wildlife Conservation and Education believes that “a small, yet vocal segment of modern society opposes hunting based on the moralistic view that killing is cruel. more »»

Grouse and woodstock season off to great start according to DNR

October 23, 2015 Avid grouse hunters are indicating the season appears good, dependent on location, according to Department of Natural Resources upland game bird biologist Al Stewart. more »»

Trekking The Mighty Mac

October 9, 2015 ESCANABA — What started out as a dream for one several years ago, turned into a celebrated event for over 2,000 individuals as over 1,446 (motocross) motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) and... more »»

Fishing Report

October 9, 2015 Little Bay De Noc: Northern pike anglers were still reporting good catches especially near the Day’s River, off the north edge of Saunders Point, the “Black Bottom” and in the Escanaba Yacht Harbor. more »»

Safety stressed during bow season

October 9, 2015 LANSING — Michigan’s bowhunting season opened October 1, and Department of Natural Resources conservation officers are sharing tips for a safe bowhunting experience. more »»

Gray wolves confirmed downstate

September 19, 2015 ESCANABA — You might recall that I spent the 4th of July weekend in the very southern part of the Lower Peninsula. more »»



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