Every one knows its been a hard season for Michigan fruit and vegetable growers. And hard seasons translate into higher prices at market. But hunters are going to feel the pinch this year too, according to a story in Michigan Outdoor News. Prices for sugar beets, carrots and corn, all used as bait by hunters, went up. If economics has had any part of slowing hunting activities down, this turn of events isn’t going to help.
After more than 30 years in the outdoor writing business, you would think I'd know better.