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Pier Pressure

August 21st, 2013 by MUCC Staff.

Looking like a meteor shower, the constant casting of glow-in-the-dark spoons flying through the air and dropping into the water on the Frankfort pier was mesmerizing. This time of the year the salmon are making their way back to the rivers to spawn. Passing by the pier heads for the first time in a few […]

Pier Pressure

Turkey Tail Mount

May 29th, 2013 by MUCC Staff.

With the 2013 turkey season winding down here in Michigan, some of us were able to notch a tag. But, after the kill, there’s some questions that need to be answered. First of all, how do you want to display your trophy? If you are getting a full body mount, it’s gonna need some special […]

Turkey Tail Mount

Bowfishing Michigan

May 9th, 2013 by MUCC Staff.

As the temps continue to rise and the excitement of turkey season starts to fade behind the constant hum of mosquitoes, thoughts are turning to adventures on the water. This is the perfect time of year to pick up the bow, drop the boat in the water and fire up the lights in search some […]

Bowfishing Michigan

License fees: By the Numbers

March 11th, 2013 by MUCC Staff.

Back in February, Tony wrote a blog about the new license fee proposal that was introduced and the media headlines that followed. Since then I’ve had countless people stop me to talk about the proposal and I’d say 60% or more were opposed to it but yet couldn’t tell me exactly how it would affect […]

License fees: By the Numbers

Pink Guns

January 30th, 2013 by MUCC Staff.

I’m not usually one to grouse about politics. Although I’ll vote during each election and once in awhile write a legislator or meet with one on a particular bill, I’m not one to attend rallies, hold signs and become very vocal about things in the political arena. But, the recent movement out east that is […]

Pink Guns

Big Baits, Big Fish

December 13th, 2012 by MUCC Staff.

Last I checked, the waters of Saginaw Bay and Lake Erie were dipping perilously close to the 32 degree mark and skim ice is common on most mornings at boat ramps. But, if you’ve got good cold weather gear, now is the time to put a trophy walleye on ice. Until ice up, the fishing […]

Big Baits, Big Fish

Shot selection

November 28th, 2012 by MUCC Staff.

In the course of taping shows over the years, I’ve had the opportunity to sit around many a firearm deer camp and talk hunting. The topic has come up many times on shot selection. There are your old guys who only shoot for the neck, the normal “behind the shoulder” guys, but rarely do I […]

Shot selection

Another Firearm Option

November 13th, 2012 by MUCC Staff.

With the firearm season around the corner, hunters across the state have been sighting in their guns. Although I don’t do much gun hunting, when I do choose to join the “orange army”, I do so with a handgun. With today’s muzzleloader and shotgun technology, southern Michigan hunters are now able to really reach out […]

Another Firearm Option

Radishes, A New Option

October 16th, 2012 by MUCC Staff.

With all the talk about EHD lately, I figured it’s time to talk about something positive. After the drought this year, my food plots were not doing so great. They came up good early but withered away during the heat and lack of rain. Going into the fall, I was a little gun shy to […]

Radishes, A New Option

One Pie to Go Please

September 25th, 2012 by MUCC Staff.

In my travels across the state taping hunting, fishing and other outdoor shows, I’ve become a somewhat connoisseur of fine pizza. Pizza is the ultimate outdoorsman food in my mind. You can eat it for one meal and save the rest for breakfast the next day. It’s not messy so you can pack a few […]

One Pie to Go Please

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