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.
Resident fishing expert Dan Donarski gives some advice about how to get your fall (and walleye season) off to a great start.
Fall means the summer doldrums are over on the walleye front. As the water cools the fish once again become very active.
Did you hear, or feel, that big breath of wind on September 7? Most folks with school-aged kids will tell you that wind came from the mothers and fathers of these children as a long-needed sigh of relief that comes with Independence Day, also known as the first day of school!