Category Archives: Hunting

NRC Youth Conservation Council invites youth bloggers to share stories about Michigan’s great outdoors

One year after launching its blog, the Natural Resources Commission Youth Conservation Council is opening up that public platform – http://michiganycc.wordpress.com/ – to young outdoor voices across the state. The Youth Conservation Council, established by a Natural Resources Commission resolution … Continue reading

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Dansville State Game Area shooting range opening Nov. 1

The Department of Natural Resources today announced that its Dansville shooting range in Ingham County – located at 1819 Kelly Road in Mason, within the Dansville State Game Area – will reopen Saturday, Nov.1, after extensive renovations have been made … Continue reading

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11-year-old hunter bags rare albino deer

While it was once illegal to kill albino deer, it is perfectly legal now in Michigan as of 2008. This amendment – Removal of Protection for Albino and All-White Deer Wildlife Conservation Order Amendment No. 8 of 2008 removes the protection … Continue reading

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Make Whitetails Do A Double-Take – Keys to Bringing Bucks to Decoys

The buck stood at the edge of a picked cornfield about 250 yards away. Even at that distance I could see he was a definite “shooter.” Rather than skirting the field and coming by my stand just off of the … Continue reading

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Michigan Hunting Reference

Whether it’s your first time out or the continuation of a family tradition, the outlook is outstanding for a great Michigan deer hunting season. Don’t miss your chance to put a trophy in your sights. Be prepared Still time for … Continue reading

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Aimpoint Launches New Carbine Optic

Chantilly, VA – Aimpoint, the originator and worldwide leader in electronic red dot sighting technology, has announced the introduction of a new sight designed specifically for modern sporting rifles such as the AR-15. This new product, known as the Aimpoint … Continue reading

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HSUS Manipulates Judicial System in Attempt to Muzzle Biologists

GW:  Nothing new here about those that would change man’s relationship with animals by any means to thwart the only means to genuine conservation:  hunting. On top of spending millions of dollars to buy the Question 1 ballot initiative, the Humane … Continue reading

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Ideology Masquerading as Science

The Humane Society of the United States is a radical animal “liberation” group run by longtime activists who have a vision to eliminate society’s use of animals. That’s not just animals for food. For instance, HSUS president Wayne Pacelle has … Continue reading

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DNR Shooting Ranges Have Extended Hours

The Department of Natural Resources is providing extended shooting hours at the ranges to help hunters prepare for the firearm deer season on the three weekends prior to November 15. Ortonville and Pontiac Lake October 25-26 9 a.m. to 5:30 … Continue reading

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Remembering the gargantuan Jordan Buck

MISSOULA, Mont.- Ninety-nine deer seasons have passed since James Jordan pulled the trigger on a gargantuan whitetail that would become one of the best-known trophies of all time – and still stands as the biggest typical buck ever taken in … Continue reading

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