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From the Pacific to Superior: Species of salmon/Tom Rozich

October 25, 2013 The fall of the year signals the return of salmon to their stream of birth and when they are targeted by anglers. more »»

Rally for the record books

October 18, 2013 HOUGHTON — A return to Rally America's national championship was big enough, but this weekend's Lake Superior Performance Rally has even more to offer: High drama. more »»

Fall woods walks stalked by Sasquatch?/Brian Hess

October 11, 2013 Fall is here and in full swing. It’s been getting cooler and we’ve had a couple of frosts in areas already. Ducks and geese, among many other things, are making their migration south. more »»

Answering your questions as hunting season begins in Michigan/Debbie Munson Badini

October 4, 2013 Contrary to what the recent weather patterns may have us believing, the fall hunting seasons are officially here and in full swing. more »»

Walleye Association looks out for fishery, fishermen/Tom Rozich

September 27, 2013 The walleye population is making a big comeback in Portage and Torch Lakes. more »»

A catalog of objects found in the woods/Dan Schneider

September 20, 2013 Wrapper, Snickers bar Plastic bottle, 16. more »»

American Woodcock an interesting species/Brian Hess

September 13, 2013 There has been a cool crispness to the air lately that, to me, indicates the approach of autumn. I’ve noticed even the smell of the woods has started to subtly change to the earthy aromas of fall. more »»

Special deer hunts expand opportunities for hunters with disabilities/Inside the DNR

September 6, 2013 It's that time of year again when hunting plans start to firm up and red X's begin to fill calendar pages as the various season openers are nearly upon u. more »»

Combatting the alarming Japanese knotweed/Janet Marr

August 30, 2013 “Picture your favorite trout stream or canoeing river lined for miles with a tangle of rigid, bamboo-like stems 10 feet tall, making access to the river impossible and threatening healthy fish... more »»

Lake Gogebic — Giant gem of the U.P./Tom Rozich

August 23, 2013 Lake Gogebic is the sixth-largest inland lake in Michigan and the biggest in the U.P., containing 13,380 acres. more »»

Taking a new look at an old trail/Dan Schneider

August 16, 2013 Most of the trips I take into the woods, whether hiking, mountain biking or snowshoeing, I take solo or with one or two close friends. more »»

Get out and enjoy Perseid meteor shower

August 9, 2013 Summer is in full swing now. Although the weather, flora, and fauna don’t seem to be acknowledging it, the universe is. The earth remains on its same trajectory and orbit. more »»

Give archery a shot, explore nature at Porkies

August 2, 2013 Have you ever wanted to give archery a shot? Here's your chance. more »»

Kingstrom sifts through scum at North Shore tourney

July 26, 2013 EAGLE?HARBOR?— “Congratulations Mary, you won the scummiest fishing tournament in the Keweenaw!” said Jim Oikarinen during weigh-ins as he presented Mary Kingstrom her first place prize for biggest... more »»

Taking a peek at the Portage-Torch Lake Chain/Tom Rozich

July 26, 2013 The Portage-Torch Lake Chain (PTLC), also known as the Keweenaw Waterway, connects Keweenaw Bay with Lake Superior, effectively creating an island. In 1865 the U.. more »»

Surfing, sawing and new perspective/Dan Schneider

July 19, 2013 My first surf was at Seaside Reef south of Encinitas, Calif. more »»

Summer means berries are ripe for picking/Brian Hess

July 12, 2013 Summer is upon us and berry-picking season is getting under way. There are a plethora of berries to pick in the Copper Country throughout the spring, summer, and fall. more »»

Fish, birds, snails equal what, you say?/Biological Bits

June 28, 2013 Mother Nature can be very complicated in her day-to-day ecosystem operations. While most life cycles are fairly simple, others can be extremely entangled and perplexing. more »»

Longest Day anglers haul in big catches

June 21, 2013 By JIM?JUNTTILA For the Gazette COPPER?HARBOR?— Mark Kinnunen caught a nice 36.25-inch, 16. more »»

Silver leaves in midsummer night’s light/Dan Schneider

June 21, 2013 Today is June 21, the solstice. The apex of summer and the longest day of the year. The sun stays above the horizon, evenings stretch on. At this time of year it is possible to start out at 9 p.m. more »»

 
 
 

 

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