Dan Donarski, outdoor blogger and enthusiast, details his evening amidst the glow of the Hunter’s Moon, in search of the elusive Woodcock. Read more with Pure Michigan Connect!
Last week, on Thursday night, we were treated to what the Farmer’s Almanac calls the Hunter’s Moon. This moon is the first full moon after the Harvest Moon.
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.
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.