November 24, 2016 RSS feed / Outdoors

Trail users also gear up for firearms season; few (but some) complaints

Orange attire suggested

You may want to wear blaze orange, but don’t worry about keeping your head down.  Users of the Leelanau Trail and Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail, located on opposite sides of the Leelanau Peninsula, appear to be walking and peddling through More...

‘South’ camp winning Omena rivalry

The eight sportsmen at Rockin’ Bobby Ray’s Weaver Creek Deer Camp in Omena were feeling pretty good about themselves last week.  Fueled with chicken jalapeño soup and a few pops, the rag-tag group of hunters started firearm season wi More...

ROZANSKIS ON THE OPENER

THE ROZANSKI family connected on three quality bucks in the Lakeshore on opening day. Shown from left are the 9-points taken by Ed Sr. and Ed Jr., with Dave Rozanski’s 10-point on the right.   More...

Clear vision sought for Tart trail intersections

Users of the TART Trail are being asked to park a little farther from county road intersections in the interest of safety. Eventually they may not have a choice. More...

Weather flips, so no more flip-flops

If you don’t like the weather in Michigan, wait five minutes. No truer words could be spoken in Leelanau County, where people were wearing flip-flops Friday and winter boots on Saturday. More...

Bigger bucks fall during first week of firearms deer season

One hunter asks: Where are does?

The major story emerging from the first week of firearms deer season has to be the several notable bucks taken by county hunters. But another storyline emerged: Does seem to have disappeared in parts of the county. More...