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Lace ’em up at snowshoeing workshop

November 15, 2013 NEGAUNEE — Unless they’re a snowshoe hare, most people don’t have oversized feet that will carry them across deep snow without sinking up to their waists. more »»

Opening day has double meaning

November 15, 2013 The day has finally arrived and thousands of deer hunters are now sitting in their blinds, walking that favorite ridge, creeping through a swamp or watching over a scrape line — all having visions o... more »»

Gone fishin’

November 15, 2013 Upper Peninsula Menominee River: With one gate open at the Hattie Street Dam, anglers were catching walleye and whitefish when using jigs with crawlers or minnows in the current. more »»

Area dune restoration has multiple benefits

November 8, 2013 HARVEY — Dune grasses can do more than improve a habitat. They can help make snowy highways a lot more passable. more »»

Deer hunting’s appeal seen in old magazine

November 8, 2013 Digging through a basement storage room in search of a misplaced item in the house that I’ve lived in for nearly 27 years can be an interesting endeavo. more »»

Gone fishin’

November 8, 2013 Upper Peninsula Fall’s River: Is producing some steelhead. Try drifting crawlers and spawn or casting small spoons and spinners. more »»

Chocolay Raptor Center educates, entertains

November 1, 2013 HARVEY — Raptors, or birds of prey, have an important ecological niche. On top of the food chain, they keep the populations of prey like mice in check. more »»

Need to get my mind off deer hunting

November 1, 2013 As November rolls around it’s nearly impossible to get your mind off deer hunting, especially when you hang around like-minded hunter. more »»

Gone fishin'

November 1, 2013 Upper Peninsula Marquette: Lake trout fishing was fair as the fish move in closer to shore. Most are fishing off the Lower Harbor breakwal. more »»

Invasive species the subject of conference

October 25, 2013 MARQUETTE — Phragmites (those exotic plumed grasses seen in wetlands) and spotted knapweed (the pink flowers with delicate foliage) might look nice in the local landscape, but they can wreak havoc o... more »»

Time to sight in rifle for coming hunt

October 25, 2013 It seemed a little early in the year for Earl Bevins to make his annual visit when he walked into the newsroom earlier this week. more »»

Gone fishin’

October 25, 2013 Upper Peninsula Marquette: Catch rates varied as boat anglers caught mainly coho and lake trout. Those targeting the breakwalls in the Lower Harbor had no success. more »»

Mind is on trophy bucks, venison

October 18, 2013 It’s not difficult to tell hunters are getting all revved up for deer hunting, all you have to do is listen to conversations around work, at outdoor sports shops and local watering hole. more »»

Lethal to loons

October 18, 2013 MARQUETTE — Understanding the Lake Michigan food web could go a long way to understanding a disease that’s affecting aquatic birds. more »»

Gone fishin’

October 18, 2013 Upper Peninsula Marquette: Boat anglers caught chinook, coho, steelhead and lake trout just outside the Lower Harbor breakwall in 40 to 50 feet or up near the mouth of the rivers with spoons, stick... more »»

Breeding Superior fish

October 11, 2013 HARVEY — It’s the busy season at the Marquette State Fish Hatchery. Captive broodstock egg takes began this week at the hatchery, located on Cherry Creek Road, with more planned in the upcoming weeks. more »»

Season opens for ‘other’ game bird

October 11, 2013 October is certainly a wonderful time to be in the Upper Peninsula woods, whether it be for some late-season fishing, hiking, camping, birdwatching, hunting or whatever you enjoy doing with your fre... more »»

Agri-Palooza means hands-on education for local school kids

October 4, 2013 CHATHAM — You can tell a fifth-grader that wetlands absorb storm runoff using a lot of fancy words. more »»

Study: Few Asian carp needed to establish foothold in Great Lakes

September 20, 2013 TRAVERSE CITY — A small number of Asian carp might be enough to establish a population in the Great Lakes that eventually could pose a serious threat to other fish species and the region’s economy, ... more »»

License fee changes on the horizon

September 20, 2013 With his signature this week, Gov. Rick Snyder signed into law the restructured Michigan hunting and fishing license package. more »»



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