After more than 25 years in the outdoor writing business, you would think I'd know better.
Monthly Archives: August 2012
By Howard Meyerson Lansing — State fisheries officials are recommending that Michigan’s Upper Peninsula brook trout limit remain five fish per day after hearing from anglers around the state about a proposal floated last spring to double the limit to … Continue reading
By Howard Meyerson LANSING, MI — Despite hot, dry weather and drought conditions this summer, waterfowl hunters have plenty to look forward to this fall. Michigan’s early goose hunting season opens Saturday statewide, and hunters will be allowed to take … Continue reading
By Howard Meyerson Manistee, MI – Anglers will be keeping fewer steelhead on the lower portions of Little Manistee and Platte rivers in the future if a proposed regulation change is approved by DNR director, Keith Creigh, in September. A … Continue reading
By Howard Meyerson Plainwell, Mich. — A decision has been made. Lake Michigan states will reduce chinook salmon stocking by 50 percent next year. Approximately 1.65 million fewer will be planted in Lake Michigan, according to state officials. The decision … Continue reading
By Howard Meyerson SUTTONS BAY, MI — Kate Thornhill is used to difficult challenges; she has traveled solo more than once deep into the Minnesota Boundary Waters paddling the wooden kayak she built. But on Sept. 1, she is going for … Continue reading
By Howard Meyerson LANSING, MI — Michigan wildlife officials plan to deal with Chronic Wasting Disease differently in the future, taking a regional approach, rather than one that affects an entire state peninsula. Revisions to the state CWD action plan … Continue reading
And the clock is ticking….
The question of the ages? Probably – especially if you are a woman. The story today in Mother Jones today states that it is a myth, but wait, hold on. You should read further. The MJ story is interesting. It touches … Continue reading