Clay and Brad Sterling out-dueled a tough field of 31 teams Saturday in the Southwest Michigan Anglers Club (SMAC) tournament on Paw Paw Lake.
Jeremy Siler and Brock Howell won the Butcher Baits Opening Day Tournament at Klinger Lake Saturday.
You’ve heard the stories over the years. So-and-so would have won the big-money tournament if it hadn’t been for a dead fish at weigh-in.
A solution to similar sad stories, EGO is proud to offer the affordable and easy-to-carry FISH/WEIGH-IN COOLER, designed from the ground up to provide a safe and friendly way for the tournament angler to transport fish to tournament weigh-ins, as well as ice fish for dinner, even chill beverages.
If you already own trail cameras, now is the time to put them to use.
If you don't own one, this is the perfect time to pick one up and put it in play. In hunting, there is no substitute for scouting prior to the hunt and a trail camera is a great way to improve your scouting by being your eyes in the outdoors 24/7.
In the months before the start of deer season, a trail camera offers the hunter the opportunity to view the quality of deer using his hunting grounds.
A recent trail camera photo of a cougar in northern Marquette County has been verified by the Department of Natural Resources cougar team.
The photo was taken at 2 a.m. on Wednesday, July 18 on private property. The landowner, who has asked to remain anonymous, met with DNR Wildlife Division staff this week to confirm the location where the photo was taken.
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