It's been a little over two years since the Michigan DNR, in partnership with the Little River Band of Ottawa Indians, announced a new initiative to bring back a long-gone historical species Arctic grayling to the Great Lakes state.
Michigan's Arctic Grayling Initiative - with more than 45 partners, including state and tribal governments, nonprofit organizations, businesses and universities - is committed to reintroducing this culturally significant species, with steady progress made since June 2016.
With Halloween just around the corner, now’s the perfect time to load your boat with monsters – monster muskies.
In lakes with big populations of perch or shad, the best trick for treating yourself to a record esox this fall is trolling Rapala Super Shad Raps.
The tactic is so effective on Green Bay that it often yields multiple 45-plus-inch fish per day.
After a 15-year hiatus, largemouth bass virus has re-emerged in a new northern Lower Peninsula water.
The virus has been confirmed as a factor in a fish kill in Cedar Lake in Iosco County, Mich., with additional lakes in the area being examined.
Check out these links to info from Hall of Fame Outdoor Journalist Louie Stout.
Have an interesting photo you'd like to share with our readers? We'd love to post it on our Braggin' Board!
Click here to submit your photos.
Bass tournament fishing and NASCAR go together like beer and hot wings.
I get that, since both sports grew out of the south.
But NFL and bass fishing?
I didnt see it coming, but that bond was definitely there during the first-ever KVD/Lions Charity Bass Tournament near Detroit last week.
It was born a year ago out of a conversation between Kalamazoos Kevin VanDam, arguably the best pro bass angler on the planet, and Lions head coach Jim Schwartz, who has turned the NFL doormat into a pillar of super bowl hope and promise.