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May 6, 2016 By CHRISTIE BLECK Journal Staff Writer MARQUETTE — Are you one of those people who secretly gets excited over an altocumulus cloud? Or are you more of a cirrostratus cloud type of person? Maybe... more »»

Trout opener slow, expected to pick up this weekend

May 6, 2016 Opening weekend of the trout season has come and gone, and there were some ups and downs. On the positive side were good weather, good company and good foo. more »»

Gone fishin’

May 6, 2016 - Munising: Boat anglers did poorly trolling for coho within the bay. Reports say a few chinook were caught with quality fish up to 10 pounds. more »»

Favorable conditions expected for Saturday’s trout opener

April 29, 2016 Editor’s note: The following material was provided by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. more »»

Trout season carries wealth of tradition with it

April 29, 2016 We’re down to the last day before the trout season opens and it appears Mother Nature is treating us good this year, unlike the past few opening weekends. more »»

Gone fishin’

April 29, 2016 Upper Peninsula - Marquette: The fishing overall has been moderate and there have been some days anglers were not able to get out on the water due to the rainy weather conditions and northeast wind. more »»

Green management

April 22, 2016 MARQUETTE — If it takes a community to raise a child, then it could be said it takes multiple groups to raise a tree. more »»

Gone fishin’

April 22, 2016 Upper Peninsula Marquette: Anglers fishing the Lower Harbor and trolling spoons around the breakwall and near the mouth of the Chocolay and Carp rivers caught coho, steelhead, lake trout and brown... more »»

Follow fish planting trucks to find good fishing action

April 22, 2016 It really doesn’t seem that long ago that the fishing rod was hung up for the season, but it’s been nearly seven months since that sad final day of the 2015 season passed. more »»

Bush 'N Brook: There are sure signs spring is drawing near

April 15, 2016 While planning a vacation a few months ago to get away from winter for a week or so, it was difficult for my wife and I to coordinate weeks off and it wasn’t until the first week in April that we... more »»

Become an Outdoors Woman

April 15, 2016 By CHRISTIE BLECK Journal Staff Writer MARQUETTE — Start making a packing list that includes sunscreen, insect repellent a water bottle. more »»

Gone fishin’

April 15, 2016 Upper Peninsula ? Marquette: Fishing was again slow with the cold and snowy conditions. more »»

Improving habitat for whitetail deer

April 8, 2016 MARQUETTE — Look outside the window and make note of all the snow on the ground. more »»

U.P. groups are awarded grants

April 8, 2016 MARQUETTE — The Marquette County Conservation District received a $10,000 grant from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources to enhance deer habitat. more »»

Gone fishin’

April 8, 2016 Upper Peninsula - Marquette: Had slow fishing. Some were still targeting coho near the "bubblers" when using both artificial lures and cut bait. Those trolling spoons had no luc. more »»

Work continues to clear site of former Sappi paper plant

April 8, 2016 MUSKEGON, Mich. (AP) — Work continues to clear the site of the former Sappi paper plant in the western part of the Lower Peninsula for possible redevelopment. Property owner Melching Inc. more »»

Whitetail herd might be getting a break this year

March 25, 2016 I had a pleasant surprise when I drove up to Big Bay the other day — I spotted several deer! After the past few severe winters and the dismal hunting seasons last fall, not to mention no whitetail... more »»

Songs for the forest

March 25, 2016 MARQUETTE — This weekend is when a cappella singing mixes with conservation. The Michigan G-Men of Ann Arbor will perform from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday at Coco’s Restaurant, 911 N. more »»

Gone fishin’

March 25, 2016 Upper Peninsula -?Marquette: The docks were put in at both marinas this week, and the beach access on the Upper Harbor is now blocked off and anglers are to use the boat launches. more »»

Vacant lots in cities to become tree farms, ag plots

March 25, 2016 ST. LOUIS (AP) — St. Louis' population has dropped by more than half over the past seven decades, leaving thousands of lots of vacant land dotting the landscape, especially on the city's north side. more »»



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