November 23, 2017 RSS feed / Outdoors

Hunters in Roscommon County cash in at buck poles

Despite a cold, dark and wet morn­ing, hunters in and around Roscommon County brought in prize-winning bucks to area buck poles on opening day of the firearm deer season Nov. 15.  More...

UP BUCK

Prudenville’s Jim Hoover bagged this 10-point buck while hunting in the Upper Peninsula Nov. 17. Hoover harvested the deer near Detour using a .270 rifle. (Courtesy photo)   More...

ANOTHER BIG ONE

Gary Townsend, 70, of Prudenville, shot this beautiful 10-point in Clare County on opening day. Townsend said he shot the buck, which came in chasing a doe, at around 10 a.m. More...

BETTER TWO-DAY TOTAL THAN LAST YEAR

The Grayling Buck Pole at Skip’s Sporting Goods had a total of 24 deer hung during the first two days of the firearm deer season this year, two more than it did last season. More...

Grace 2.1 takes a swim in Higgins Lake

Boat watchers on Higgins Lake know that most of the watercraft seen on the lake are of the pleasure boat or fishing boat varieties. They also know that there are usually very few watercraft of any kind on the lake during the month of November.  More...

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