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More anglers are chasing muskies with fly rods, but what they're using isn't your grandfather's stick. They're using fly rods built for fighting the toothy terror of the Northwoods.Muskies On The Fly Other Freshwater

Muskies On The Fly

October 04, 2010

More anglers are chasing muskies with fly rods, but what they're using isn't your...

When summer turns to fall, kings abandon their preferred temperature range and head for their natal streams.  (August 2008)Simply Grand Salmon Other Freshwater

Simply Grand Salmon

October 04, 2010

When summer turns to fall, kings abandon their preferred temperature range and head for their...

Don't put away that fishing gear yet. Fall may offer the best angling so far this year! (September 2008)Michigan's Fall Fishing Bonanza Other Freshwater

Michigan's Fall Fishing Bonanza

October 04, 2010

Don't put away that fishing gear yet. Fall may offer the best angling so far this year!...

Approximately one out of every three archers should tag a whitetail this season. Will you be one of the lucky ones?Michigan's 2008 Bowhunting Outlook Hunting

Michigan's 2008 Bowhunting Outlook

Richard Smith - October 04, 2010

Approximately one out of every three archers should tag a whitetail this season. Will you be...

Hunters should consider the southeastern counties for high-scoring whitetails -- five B&C records came from there -- but don't overlook the big-buck potential elsewhere. (October 2008)Michigan's 2008 Deer Outlook -- Part 1: Finding Trophy Bucks Hunting

Michigan's 2008 Deer Outlook -- Part 1: Finding Trophy Bucks

October 04, 2010

Hunters should consider the southeastern counties for high-scoring whitetails -- five B&C...

Joe Robinson, a waterfowl specialist for the Michigan DNR and an avid hunter, believes 2008 could shape up to be one of the best waterfowl seasons in history. (October 2008)Michigan's 2008 Waterfowl Outlook Hunting

Michigan's 2008 Waterfowl Outlook

October 04, 2010

Joe Robinson, a waterfowl specialist for the Michigan DNR and an avid hunter, believes 2008...

With resident Canada goose populations increasing and stable numbers of migratory geese, Michigan waterfowlers should be looking forward to banner season again in 2008. (November 2008).Michigan's Best Goose Hunts Hunting

Michigan's Best Goose Hunts

October 04, 2010

With resident Canada goose populations increasing and stable numbers of migratory geese,...

Last winter, with its brutally cold temperatures and seemingly constant snowfall, was a banner season for ice-anglers, most of whom wouldn't mind a repeat performance this year. (December 2008)Michigan's Best Bets For Ice-Fishing Other Freshwater

Michigan's Best Bets For Ice-Fishing

October 04, 2010

Last winter, with its brutally cold temperatures and seemingly constant snowfall, was a banner...

Michigan bowhunters, muzzleloader hunters and even rifle hunters have a golden opportunity to fill their tags. Here's where you'll find deer during Michigan's late season. (December 2008)Late-Season Deer Hotspots Hunting

Late-Season Deer Hotspots

October 04, 2010

Michigan bowhunters, muzzleloader hunters and even rifle hunters have a golden opportunity to...

No matter the type of fish you wish to catch, we have the best spots already reserved for you. (January 2009)Your Guide To Michigan's Ice-Fishing Hotspots Other Freshwater

Your Guide To Michigan's Ice-Fishing Hotspots

October 04, 2010

No matter the type of fish you wish to catch, we have the best spots already reserved for you....

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