Feeling a bit put out by the slowdown in the deer hunting? Dan Donarski has some tips on how to get the most out of the latter half of the season on Pure Michigan Connect!
The general firearms deer season is half over. The deer are more secretive, there’s foul human scent all over the woods, and more than a fair share of bucks have been taken already. This is especially true on public land. Places like the Hiawatha and Pere Marquette national forests, and the Copper Country and Pigeon River state forests. Actually, any of our public lands in Michigan.
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!
With autumn storms starting to form in the Canadian prairies, ducks will be on the move, and so will waterfowlers in Michigan. Saginaw Bay, Lake St. Clair, Drummond Island, the Les Cheneaux’s– all these will bring the ducks in, and the duck hunters will smile through frozen moustaches and frozen cheeks.