Daily Archives: June 10, 2012

Going Light: The Warbonnet Blackbird Hammock

Over the years I’ve given hammocks some thought, even contemplated switching to one or another of the hammock shelters for lightweight backpacking. Now perhaps there is one worth testing. Jim Bradley, author of huskyhiker.com website, reviews this one on Section … Continue reading

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Lake trout rules on Lake Huron to be eased

By Howard Meyerson The 2004 disappearance of Lake Huron alewives may have put Chinook salmon fishing on the rocks, but state officials say that catastrophe proved a boon for native lake trout. So much so that Michigan Department of Natural … Continue reading

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Who wants trout? Michigan TU funds study to find out

By Howard Meyerson Michigan Trout Unlimited wants to find out more about cold water anglers, those who fish trout, salmon and steelhead on the state’s rivers and lakes. The conservation group raised $100,000 to fund that study. The project is … Continue reading

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