The Evolving Waterfowl Hunter

  Time certainly doesn’t stand still. When it comes to waterfowl hunting the landscape is much different today than it was when I first started hunting for web feet in the ’70s. Year to year, waterfowl numbers are up some years and down on others. Biologists tell...

Lake Superior: Our Sleeping GIANT

  Lake Superior is Michigan’s sleeping giant. The largest of all five Great Lakes, Lake Superior encompasses almost 32,000 square miles of water. To put that in perspective, Lake Erie has about 1/3 the water mass of Lake Superior. With all that water, it would...

Cisco: It’s what’s for dinner

The Great Lakes cisco is one of those fish that is known by a number of alias names. Chubs, lake herring, tullibee are just a few of the names that anglers have tagged onto the cisco. History of Ciscoes in Lake Michigan At one time ciscoes were considered one of the...

Winter Walleye

The Transition from Soft to Hard Water Ice fishermen are a strange lot. For the most part they spend about twice as much time fishing for half as many bites compared to open water fishing. The strange part is anglers that flock to the ice are not only enthusiastic...

Saginaw Bay Walleyes

The Later it Gets, the Better it Gets For anglers targeting Saginaw Bay it isn’t over until the fat walleye bites. Seemingly the outstanding fishing that has been taking place on Saginaw Bay just gets better and better. One thing is for sure, the late season...