Take a kid catchin’ and teach ’em to fish

Farm ponds provided livestock water while in the pasture. On our farm, most were muddy, had a distinct odor of cow manure, trampled shorelines and large snapping turtles. Today, with stocking programs old farm ponds have turned into a great place to introduce fishing...

A matter of compassion and respect

Hunter saves fawn’s life from aftermath of I-75 accident   We’ve all seen the aftermath of a car-deer accident. Bloody, gory and deadly. In Michigan, it’s common to come across such a scene, no matter what road, no matter what time of the day – the end result is...

Foundation helps youth, clubs, conservation

Encouraging you to apply for grants relating to the outdoor education and participation sports When you think of our Woods-N-Water News, most likely you think of monster whitetail bucks you see on our covers or hopefully the many interesting and helpful articles...

“It was just meant to be!”

Father/son bag monstrous bucks The father/son team of Bryan and Brayden Dunlap have a most interesting story they would like to tell. Both shot enormous bucks on their family farm outside Vermontville (Michigan) this year. Brayden shot his on September 22 during the...

Wheelers are one for the books

Sasha, 12, has 18 master angler awards and still counting   by Randy Jorgensen July 01, 2018 During the summer Brooks and Sasha Wheeler are regulars on the pier. The father/daughter team are routinely seen pulling an old bike cart, once used to carry Sasha, now...