July 27, 2017 RSS feed / Outdoors

SMALLMOUTH SMORGASBORD

SUTTONS BAY angler Phil Siemer, a doctor at Suttons Bay Medical Clinic, caught this 22-inch smallmouth bass on Lake Leelanau Friday using less than an inch of a night crawler.   More...

Second ‘Astromony Day’ planned by Lakeshore

Astronomy Day is returning. The event, scheduled at the foot of the Dune Climb and at the Visitors Center, will be held Saturday with family activities starting at 3 p.m. More...

Charter captains: Kings have arrived

Heroes aren’t made in a day.  But Leland charter captain Bob Schlitts sure felt like one Sunday after he and a customer caught nine king salmon west of South Manitou Island.  The catch is one Leelanau County charter captains had been More...

Conservancy hike in Northport

The Leelanau Conservancy will host an outing at the Lighthouse West Natural Area today at 10 a.m.  Docents Ed Ketterer and Jack Dunn will lead the walk which will focus on how the land for the natural area was formed, what’s happening now More...

Tart ride ends in, of course, pie

Bob Stuber of Traverse City was standing at the intersection of the Leelanau Trail and First Street in downtown Suttons Bay, waving an orange flag and directing bicyclists toward the end of their 17-mile ride at the village’s Marina Park.  More...