Pure Michigan Connect golf contributor Tim Hygh gives us the inside scoop on the 9 gorgeous championship golf courses at Boyne.
Okay, you are planning your upcoming summer golf trip to Boyne for a buddies golf junket. Sweet. Whether it is a week-long trip or a long weekend, it will surely be a memorable golf experience.
That’s the easy part.
With over 11,000 inland lakes, and 4 of the 5 Great Lakes at our disposal, it is no surprise that so many men and women enjoy fishing in Michigan. Today’s blog is a sweet story of a boy, a steelhead, and an uncle that gets his just desserts.
I think I had just turned 6 years old. That’s when I caught my first steelhead. We were fishing on the Little Manistee River in mid-April…Easter weekend to be exact. I had caught my prized fish, dad had put it on a stringer for me, and I was busy showing my catch off to every fisherman we passed as we made our way downstream.
Read why Dan Donarski, outdoor blogger and enthusiast, suggests late autumn as the perfect time for fishing in Michigan. Read his advice from Michigan Connect on ways to reel in Steelhead fish this season!
Don’t put those rods away just yet, this is prime time to still be fishing!
Thanks to outdoor blogger, Dan Donarski, for providing another insightful look toward successful fishing in Michigan. Read this and similar articles here on Pure Michigan Connect!
Go For The Bronze! As the leaves change smallmouth bass start to get seriously aggressive in Michigan.
Let’s be quite frank– smallies make largemouths look like overweight chumps. Think sculpted middleweights versus blubbery heavyweights. Rivers only seem to enhance this difference. Think rivers like the Menominee, Au Sable, Grand and Kalamazoo. And don’t forget about the in-flows and out-flows on lakes like St. Clair or the impoundments on rivers like the Muskegon.
Dan Donarski is back with tips on how to make the most of the last few weeks of trout fishing season.
All good things must come to an end, and so it is with the inland trout season. Ending at the end of this month – that’s less than two weeks – it speaks of autumn and I cry rivers. (OK, yes, there are some streams that stay open year-round, however, most do close.) There is something about the pull of water on my legs while wading some small stream, or big river for that matter, that seems so, well, spiritual.