A friendly reminder that Michigan fishing licenses expire today. If you are fishing tomorrow, you’ll need a new license. Get one online here: http://www.mdnr-elicense.com/welcome.asp
Attempting to stop sea lamprey with an electric barrier has become a thing of the past on the Pere Marquette River, according to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service officials. The federal agency recently announced it no longer will operate its electric weir there and will resume treating the river only with chemical lampricides. More on...
The removal of several small-town dams in the past year is making way for miles of improved fish habitat, including stretches of the Thornapple River in Barry County and Rice Creek in Calhoun County. More from MLive.com >>>
The Michigan DNR is looking for your answer. Right now the state has 97 miles of flies-only water, even though it's legally allowed 212 miles. What's your take on this?
I saw this on Nick Garlock’s Facebook page and had to share it.
GAYLORD — Settlement negotiations are under way in a case involving a Pigeon River dam release that caused an extensive fish kill on the river in 2008. Officials from the state, Michigan Trout Unlimited and Pigeon River Country Association are meeting with the dam’s owners to discuss the fate of the impoundment after a June...
Eric Sharp of the Detroit Free Press wrote a great article about how Rusty Gates helped preserve the Au Sable River.
Schrems West Michigan Trout Unlimited has planned its 2009 Salmon float trip for members and friends on the Muskegon River for Saturday, October 17, 2009.
SWMTU has its 2009 Steelhead float trip for members and friends on the Muskegon River for Saturday, April 18, 2009.
(Editor’s note: Dick Smith is a long-time board member of SWMTU and avid fisherman. This article first appeared in Trout Talk.) By Dick Smith The carp come onto the long flat to feed and the smallmouths shadow them. Sometimes there will be two or three bass swimming along with a carp. Generally the bigger the...