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Bush ‘N’ Brook

March 6, 2015 Last week I relayed how it gets more difficult just about every day to not think about open-water trout fishing. more »»

 
 
 
Women take a BOW

March 6, 2015 BIG BAY — Getting a close-up look at the blue halos on the side of a brightly colored brook trout — and the internal air bladder of a brightly colored brook trout — piqued the interest of... more »»

U.P. fishing report

March 6, 2015 ? Keweenaw Bay: Fishing has slowed once again. Anglers are hoping catch rates will improve with warmer temperatures. A few coho and splake were caught out from the Falls River. more »»

Detroit-Toronto walk ends on frozen Lake St. Clair

March 6, 2015 ALGONAC, Mich. (AP) — The U.S. Coast Guard says a man’s plan to walk from Detroit to Toronto ended in the middle of frozen Lake St. Clair, when an icebreaker spotted him. more »»

Fest planned

March 6, 2015 FLORENCE, Wis. — The annual Keyes Peak Winterfest event will be held Saturday at Keyes Peak Ski Hill, located four miles south of Florence on state Highway 101. more »»

Snow trek: Conservancy plans first snowshoe race/trek

February 27, 2015 MARQUETTE — Snowshoers with a competitive edge — and those who want just a leisurely trek through the woods — have a new way to satisfy those outdoorsy urges. The U.P. more »»

Fundraiser on tap

February 27, 2015 IRON MOUNTAIN — A winter ski and snowshoe fund-raiser for Heart & Soles of 906 and The Menominee Range Nordic Ski Club Inc. is being held this weekend at City Park in Iron Mountain. more »»

U.P. fishing report

February 27, 2015 ? Keweenaw Bay: Anglers should use caution when driving out on the bay. There are fields of pack ice which are sharp and sticking up and could damage ones ORV or ATV. more »»

Countdown to opening day begins

February 27, 2015 With the way the winter has been going, I’ve avoided the topic for several weeks — but it became impossible to shut it out a few days ago. more »»

Ranch is dedicated to horse rescue

February 20, 2015 CHAMPION — About three years ago, Mary Snell of Humboldt Township was looking for a horse for her daughters to ride. more »»

Erie algae an issue

February 20, 2015 TOLEDO, Ohio — Ohio lawmakers approved new rules for farmers and water treatment plant operators that are designed to reduce the spread of algae blooms in Lake Erie that last year contaminated the... more »»

U.P. fishing report

February 20, 2015 - Keweenaw Bay: Catch rates were slow but those targeting smelt did good when fishing at night between Baraga and Bucks Marina. more »»

Hunting accident dip welcomed

February 20, 2015 As a youngster growing up around hunters there always seemed to be talk of someone getting shot in a hunting accident. more »»

Take a HIKE on snowshoes

February 13, 2015 NEGAUNEE — A snowshoe hike during a (thankfully) gentle early February Upper Peninsula snowfall is a sensory experience when taken in a wilderness setting, but add an archaeological touch or two, an... more »»

Researchers study hare population dip

February 13, 2015 While deer hunting draws the most attention from Michigan hunters, there are several other game species that are pursued. more »»

Problem plants

February 6, 2015 MARQUETTE — Trees and shrubs are mostly bare of leaves and there are inches of snow on the ground (if not more). However, it’s not too early to start thinking about invasive plant specie. more »»

Fishing talk, derbies on horizon

February 6, 2015 There are a few fishing-related events coming up next week that should help chase the mid-winter blahs away. more »»

Superior Skiing

January 30, 2015 EBEN JUNCTION — Remember the fun you had as a kid on your elementary school’s outside, non-playground property? Even if it was just a wide-open field, the land was good for a flying disc toss or tw. more »»

It’s time to think about deer habitat

January 30, 2015 Although we’ve had a little break from heavy snowfalls and frigid temperatures over the past few weeks, the early onset of winter will undoubtedly impact the Upper Peninsula deer herd again this year. more »»

Young guns

January 23, 2015 NEGAUNEE — Where else can a local 12-year-old start a journey to become a “distinguished expert” in shooting? That’s not something that can be easily accomplished just by plinking at the occasional... more »»

Don’t let winter blues get you down

January 23, 2015 As the doldrums of mid-winter set in, I always find thinking of what wonderful excursions will be enjoyed when spring and summer arrive, particularly in regard to fishing. more »»

 
 
 

 

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