Kids fishing derby pictures

i had a great time seeing smiles all around me with all the kids in wonderment and excitement after a day of fishing on the ice Thank you to the…

Kids fishing derby pictures
Long day report

I never fish all day, but this morning was so terrible, I vowed to go down swinging. Moved all over the cotton road area this morning with only a few…

Long day report
SANG/ Cotton report

Took my 5 year old daughter out today and had a riot. Hit some canals near Sang with only one keeper. Headed out on main lake with nothing. Got a…

SANG/ Cotton report
Anyone else using a smitty sled- new pics

I just finished making mine . See what you think. I will test it out this weekend. I like that it comes apart in 10 seconds.

Anyone else using a smitty sled- new pic…
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In terms of Michigan’s conservation laws, these deer would cost $1000 and $4000 in fines respectively. Photo Credit: Michigan Department of Natural Resources

St. Clair County Hunter bags $15,000 in fines over poached 18-point whitetail

January 22, 2015

When a Riley Township saw a truly impressive buck walk out in front of him last November, he took the shot of a lifetime and harvested the animal. The only problem was, the hunter had already bagged his limit of two for the season, and when the Michigan Department of Natural Resources found out about [...]

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We hung two does on the "buck" pole on opening day of the 2014 Firearms Deer Season.

Whitetail Weekly, Opening Day 2014

December 4, 2014

Here in Michigan November 15th is a date that every hunter knows.  It is one of the first days I look at when opening a new calendar and is a day that evokes fond memories for many of this state’s hunters.  It is the opening day of Michigan’s Firearm Deer Season and is one of [...]

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Last-minute Deer Season Prep

November 12, 2014

It’s late in the evening November 14, and you’re digging through a box of stuff in the closet. You’re frantically searching for those blaze orange gloves you just know you have somewhere. You’re probably laughing right now, because we’ve all been there and done exactly that. There are always a few things that end up [...]

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October Brings Big Bucks to Michigan Bowhunters

November 12, 2014

  October means a lot of things to Michigan outdoor enthusiasts. There are the glorious colors of the leaves as they turn from green to various shades of red, yellow, orange, and brown before falling to the forest floor. There are tremendous fishing opportunities as salmon make their final push. Streams, rivers, and lakes come [...]

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How to Recognize 5 Common, Lethal Michigan Deer Diseases

November 11, 2014

Like any other animal, deer are susceptible to a host of contagious diseases, illnesses, and nasty parasites. While only a small percentage of deer actually fall prey to these ailments, some of these diseases are very dangerous. It is not unheard of for entire herds of captive deer to be destroyed to keep some diseases, [...]

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