Whats a lady to do when she retires?

This lady, retired from analytical chemistry and electrical instrument tech has to maintain her trails. We live on 40 acres so my wife has a couple miles of trails for…

Whats a lady to do when she retires?
Top Whitetail Habitat and Hunting Myths

To see the entire article with a detailed description of each Top 10 Myth you can click here:
http://www.whitetailhabitatsolutions...-top-10-myths/

But, what I love to do most...and do for a living, is…

Top Whitetail Habitat and Hunting Myths
My Sturgis plan results

I had Jeff Sturgis come to my 40 acre property about 2 years ago and I want to share some of my results and include some pics. The night transition…

My Sturgis plan results
Friday's Fish...some tankers.

Fished Thursday late afternoon in the snow storm. Got a few in a spot that's usually an all-or-nothing deal. There were some regulars out there so I knew they had…

Friday's Fish...some tankers.
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(A drone at work. These cost as little as $200. Photo via AP)

Bans on drones for hunting and harassment making progress in legislature

February 23, 2015

Legislation that would prohibit the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), commonly termed drones, to either harass hunters or wildlife will soon be the rule of the land. The legislation in question, a pair of bills introduced into the state Senate, passed that body last week in a unanimous 38-0 vote. “Using remote-controlled, camera-equipped aircraft [...]

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Two deer confirmed to have TB in northeastern Michigan

February 19, 2015

The state Department of Agriculture and Rural Development declared two areas in Presque Isle County at high-risk for bovine tuberculosis last week after the Michigan Department of Natural Resources confirmed two white tailed deer were found to be infected. This comes from a release by agency obtained by Michigan Sportsman, which advises that all cattle [...]

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This photo shows a coyote that was spotted on the same farm where a horse from the Lapeer County Sheriff's Mounted Division was attacked and killed Sunday, Jan. 25. (Photo: Kallie Meyers)

Coyotes blamed for attacking horses in Lapeer-Oakland County area

February 12, 2015

Two horses from the  Lapeer County Sheriff’s Mounted Division have been viciously attacked, and one killed, in the past two weeks, by what some believe is a pack of coyotes. The attacks come in the middle of a severe winter and lower than predicted deer harvest this season. Both attacks occurred on the same farm. [...]

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From top, the T/C Encore Pro Hunter Katahdin Carbine, the Chiappa 1892 Alaskan, the Rossi M92 Carbine Large Loop, the Henry Original in .44-40, and the Marlin Model 1894. Composite from Manufactuer's released images.

What guns meet the new Limited Firearm Deer Zone season requirements?

February 4, 2015

Last year the state changed its regulations as to what firearms could be used in the Lower Pen. Long restricted as the “shotgun zone” it was instructed by a vote of the state legislature to allow some rifles as long as they met requirements. Let us look at some that do. The change. In the [...]

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Meridian Township, through it’s out of season special harvest program, took some 150 deer out of the herd, and has been continued through February. (Photo: Meridian Township)

150 Deer Taken in Meridian Twp Management Hunt, Call for Extension of Program (VIDEO)

January 29, 2015

After an overpopulation of suburban deer running through city spaces, destroying gardens, and being hit by cars, volunteer bow hunters have harvested 150 white tails in the 4th year of Meridian Township’s management program. The program, which started in 2011, came about after city residents demanded something be done about the overabundance of deer encroaching [...]

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