Bass on the shady side

Pulling largemouth from underneath piers… In Sometime in the late 1970s or early 1980s, when bass tournaments gained a firm foothold north of the Mason-Dixon line, northern anglers discovered that bass—sometimes big bass—lurked under piers during the summer....

Bald Eagle Preys On Fawn

  The predation of a whitetail fawn by a mature bald eagle was confirmed at the Riverside Golf Club in Menominee on June 3 by several witnesses, some of who had cameras to capture the action. One of those witnesses was the club general manager Lisa Froehlich. “We...

Fawn Rescue Caught on Tape

Man who saved newborn deer from dying doe inspired to start his own wildlife rescue Check this video out from Fox 2 Detroit . . . https://www.fox2detroit.com/video/690700  

PULLING JIGS FOR MORE FISH!

Are you looking for the next big thing in fishing? Trends in sport fishing come, and they go, but a few new wave methods stand the test of time. It’s this humble writer’s opinion that when you take an iconic lure and match it up with an even more epic presentation,...

BOBCATS

“Bobcat tracks in the snow. Tell me, Mister Bobcat, where is it that you go?” ~Old Crow Medicine Show   The smallest wild cats in the Mitten State are enigmatic and elusive animals. Here are some amazingly awesome attributes of those beautiful, bobtailed bandits,...

June means aspens and OYSTERS

Just as May is considered “morel month in Michigan,” June should be called “oyster mushroom month.” But in contrast to the often invisible morels, in a good year pounds and pounds of delicious and safe oyster mushrooms festoon standing and downed aspens during June....