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May 8, 2015 MARQUETTE — Mark, Katya, Cedar and Lamar Gordon of Two Harbors, Minnesota, have cruised on sailboats for more than a decade. more »»

Gone fishin’

May 8, 2015 Upper Peninsula Marquette: Catch rates picked up slightly with a few more coho caught by boat and shore anglers. Most are targeting salmon and steelhead and some caught one or two lake trout. more »»

Deer hunting rules need a little tweaking

May 8, 2015 The announcement last week that the Michigan Natural Resources Commission was going to discuss options for taking pressure off the Upper Peninsula deer herd sure raised a fervor. more »»

Superior skiing

May 1, 2015 MARQUETTE — The efforts of one local group to enhance the very northern sport of cross-country skiing have not gone unnoticed. more »»

Trout fishing should pick up this weekend

May 1, 2015 Well, the opening weekend of the trout season went about as expected: Cold — both the air and water temperatures —and not very productive. more »»

Gone fishin’

May 1, 2015 Upper Peninsula Brook trout were caught on many inland trout lakes. Smelt were reported in both Lake Superior and Lake Huron rivers, however the action is very sporadic. more »»

Brook trout OPENER

April 24, 2015 MARQUETTE — Michigan Department of Natural Resources fisheries biologists expect high and cold waters, with slow fish feeding activity, for the trout season opener Saturday in the western Upper... more »»

Regardless of conditions, it’s time to fish

April 24, 2015 Just when it was looking like ideal springlike conditions were settling in a few weeks ago, old Mother Nature threw us another curve and wintry weather returned. more »»

Discovering the outdoors

April 17, 2015 MARQUETTE — What happens now in the outdoor world will have consequences for future generations, so it makes sense for today’s youths to have a say in policy. more »»

Gone fishin’

April 17, 2015 Upper Peninsula Marquette: Received 6 to 10 inches of heavy wet snow last Friday and the run-off is increasing water levels on area streams and rivers. more »»

New brook trout rules take effect

April 17, 2015 Anticipation is beginning to mushroom as the 2015 trout opener approaches, and plans are being laid for which streams will be fished in hopes of coaxing a brook trout or two out of the cold... more »»

For the love of the land

April 10, 2015 MARQUETTE — It’s just not about climbing rock formations in some of the most spectacular scenery in the Upper Peninsula, or even the entire state of Michigan. more »»

Trout opener looks better than 2014

April 10, 2015 As the trout season opener approaches, my mind drifted back to the last Saturday in April 201. more »»

Gone fishin’

April 10, 2015 Upper Peninsula Marquette: The Upper Harbor is ice free when winds are blowing from the south, although it will fill with ice quickly when the wind blows out of the north. more »»

Army archery

April 3, 2015 ISHPEMING — Local youngsters have a safe way to channel their inner archer, be it William Tell, Cupid or even Fred Bear. The Ishpeming Salvation Army, located at 222 E. Division St. more »»

Gone fishin’

April 3, 2015 Upper Peninsula All of the lakes in the Eastern U.P. remain ice covered. A good number of rivers are open now and anglers are anxiously awaiting the steelhead run. more »»

Hard work paying off at Lake Angeline

April 3, 2015 After many years of discussions about it, it appears the boat launch on Lake Angeline will become a reality later this year. more »»

Expanded opportunities with brook trout in spotlight

March 27, 2015 ISHPEMING — Brook trout and Negaunee’s Teal Lake are part of the upcoming changes on the local fisheries scene. more »»

Hunting, fishing issues surfacing

March 27, 2015 As we prepare to shift into April there are a few items that area sportsmen and women should be aware of, including having to do with hunting, fishing and off-road vehicle ridin. more »»

Gone fishin’

March 27, 2015 Upper Peninsula ? Marquette: The ice in the Upper Harbor and the Lower Harbor is no longer safe and the “bubblers” are ice free. Ice floes can move in quickly depending on wind direction. more »»



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