September 20, 2012 RSS feed / Outdoors

SALMON PEAK

But will they slide?

Waters off the shoreline of Leelanau County this season have yielded the best salmon fishing in memory, although individual fish seem a bit on the small side.  As did Lake Huron in 2003, the year before the salmon population plummeted. More...

State park offers oodles of autumn adventures, along with fall food

Watching the birds and the bees will be on the agenda at the Fall Harvest Festival, set for 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at the Leelanau State Park.  More...

The story on ‘natural’ salmon

If computer models that show cutting back chinook salmon stocks in half will likely stabilize the salmon population are correct, what can fishermen in Leelanau County expect in the coming years? More...

Hunters — some younger than 10 — gear up for special weekend hunt

It will be an interesting weekend to be a 9-year-old — especially if he or she likes the outdoors.  That’s because of a change in state law that will allow young hunters — make that very young hunters — to shoot a deer.&n More...

Boats, cars, Fishtown: Old-fashioned fun

Ideal weather conditions Saturday contributed to a well-attended, successful and multi-faceted Leland Heritage Celebration.  Dozens of classic cars and their owners, from muscle cars to British sports cars to an assortment of race cars, streamed More...