LONG LAKE, Wis.—The Big 4+ Sportsman’s Club held their annual membership picnic at their clubhouse in Long Lake on Saturday, July 20. Over 100 people turned out to enjoy a day of trap shooting, raffles and good food.
Here, large male bluegill guard their spawning nests on an Iron County lake. (Ziegler photo) IRON COUNTY— The central and western Upper Peninsula is most well known for trout and walleye fisheries although quality bluegill fisheries are quietly targeted especially by downstate and non-resident anglers.
LANSING—The Michigan Natural Resources Commission (NRC) took action to name the wolf a game species in the state and approve a limited public wolf harvest in three distinct regions of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
During a weekend camping trip to Lake Ottawa, Colton and Madelyn Dye of Iron River get an opportunity for a good catch from the fishing pier. They had encouragement from parents Greg and Stephanie along with little sister Trinity. (Dye photo)
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Canoes took off in a rush of water from the power plant in Crystal Falls at the start of the Bass Fest canoe race on the Paint River. The annual event followed the parade on July 6 during the festival’s activities. More photos in our Photo Gallery.