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Republic youth camp to host free archery event

July 23, 2011 REPUBLIC — On Aug. 6 and 7, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Eastern time), Chief Lake Wilderness Youth Camp in Republic will be hosting a free ”Youth Archery Event. more »»

Outdoors report — panfish, bass action in full swing

July 23, 2011 IRON MOUNTAIN — This week’s heat wave has kept some anglers off the water, but panfish and bass fishing remains goo. more »»

Brule River offers many choices for paddlers

July 4, 2011 CRYSTAL FALLS — Iron County is blessed with many good canoe and kayaking streams. The Paint and Brule Rivers are considered the best all around choices for paddling. more »»

Outdoors report

July 2, 2011 IRON MOUNTAIN — It should be a good holiday weekend for fishing, as warm weather takes hold. Area bait shops report good fishing this past wee. more »»

Fall turkey applications on sale through Aug. 1

July 2, 2011 LANSING?— The Michigan Department of Natural Resources reminds hunters that applications for fall turkey hunting licenses are on sale through Aug. 1. more »»

Outdoors report

June 25, 2011 IRON MOUNTAIN – Cool, wet weather kept many from enjoying fishing during the past week, but conditions look more favorable this weekend. more »»

DNR to host walleye hearing July 20 in IM

June 25, 2011 MARQUETTE — The Michigan Department of Natural Resources will host two public meetings in July to gather input on proposed walleye management guidelines for the Northern Lake Michigan Management Unit. more »»

Trappers education offered

June 18, 2011 FLORENCE, Wis. — The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and Wisconsin Trappers Association will hold a Trapper Education Course on Friday, June 24, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.. more »»

Outdoors report

June 11, 2011 IRON MOUNTAIN — This weekend is Michigan’s annual Free Fishing Weekend, where both resident and non-residents can fish without a license. All regulations still apply. more »»

Kid-friendly suggestions for free fishing weekend

June 11, 2011 CRYSTAL?FALLS —Any parent, grandparent or adult who has tried to take young children out angling knows you need to find some fishing action without too much delay. more »»

Outdoors report

June 4, 2011 IRON MOUNTAIN — The windy start to the week hampered fishing for many anglers, but the bite has picked up since. “Fish are finally biting,” said Pattie Teske at Florence Sport and Bait. more »»

Outdoor Briefs

June 4, 2011 Free fishing event June 11 at Lake Ottawa campground IRON?RIVER?— In celebration of free fishing weekend, the Ottawa National Forest is hosting an exciting, fun-filled day of fishing for kids and... more »»

ORV safety class offered

June 2, 2011 IRON MOUNTAIN — The Dickinson County Sheriff’s Office will be holding an ORV Safety Education Class for children who need a certificate to operate an OR. more »»

Outdoors report

May 28, 2011 IRON MOUNTAIN – Good walleye fishing is being reported by a number of fishermen. “Some did very well on walleye this week,” said John Grier at Whispering Pines Outpost. more »»

‘Kids Fishing Day’ on June 4 at Lost Lake in Florence County

May 28, 2011 FLORENCE, Wis. — The Eagle River-Florence Ranger District team wants to introduce young people to the sport of fishing during the District’s first-ever “Kids Fishing Day” on Saturday, June 4. more »»

Walleye should be active for opener

May 13, 2011 Editor’s note: Bill Ziegler is a retired fisheries biologist who managed fisheries in the southwest U.P. for most of his 34-year career in the Michigan Department of Natural Resource. more »»

Moose hunting advisory panel to meet in U.P.

May 7, 2011 MARQUETTE — The Moose Hunting Advisory Council will host two public input meetings in the Upper Peninsula this month, offering an opportunity for interested parties to submit public comment regardin... more »»

Outdoors report

May 7, 2011 IRON MOUNTAIN — Trout fishermen reported success this week, despite higher than normal water levels. “The water is high and cold,” said John Grier at Whispering Pines Outpost in Breitung Township. more »»

Try warmer waters for early season trout

May 5, 2011 CRYSTAL?FALLS —Cold spring weather can inhibit trout fishing success on typical inland trout streams. Trout are less active in streams with cold water temperatures as the ice breaks up. more »»

New regulations highlight new trout season

May 2, 2011 LANSING?— A little more than a decade ago, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources embarked on a process to simplify trout regulation. more »»



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