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THE OPENER: MICHIGAN PHEASANT'S ARE FLUSH WITH POTENTIAL

October 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

We’ve talked about waterfowl openers, bow hunting, and firearm deer hunting forecasts already, but did you know that there was yet another opening day last week? Pheasant season just began in the Lower Peninsula last Monday and will continue through November 14. And with all the talk of the hunting license restructuring, one benefit of…

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FERAL FRIDAY FINALE: A MUDDY FUTURE

October 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

For the past 4 weeks of #FeralFridays, we have given you all the ammunition needed to build a case about why we need to eradicate and prevent the establishment of feral swine in Michigan: Have You Seen Feral Swine? (with lots of pictures of tell-tale signs) Feral Swine-Bad for Michigan! Shoot on Sight Feral Swine Diseases…

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OPENING NEW WATERS: PROPOSED BASS FISHING REGULATION

October 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

by Lia Biondo, MUCC Policy Intern  MichiganBass.net Over ninety percent of anglers in Michigan rate bass fishing as good, very good, or excellent, according to a public opinion survey put out this past summer by the Department of Natural Resources. That’s no surprise, as several Michigan bass fishing spots consistently rank among some of the…

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